The scenario: The Jett Durango trilogy, as written by Sage Sweetwater, the feminist concept of the Four Horsewomen as angels of the four cardinal directions counter to the Four Horsemen who bring death, war, famine and plague described in the Book of Revelation. Sage Sweetwater has cast two particular adversary characters who represent evil upon white horses, false prophets portrayed in this spaghetti western.
Jett Durango and Dominga Rio atop Black horses "speak the prices of wheat and barley" - "A quart of wheat for a day's wages, and three quarts of barley for a day's wages, and do not damage the oil and the wine!" from — Revelation 6:5-6˄ NIV is being scripted by Sage Sweetwater casting The Sundance Wives, the Four Horsewomen as patrollers of the Old West, not as agents of destruction, although the fiery scenes burn out evil men as false prophets.
Will Dominga Rio carry a pair of weighing scales indicating the way bread would have been weighed during a famine in biblical times? Or in other words, while in the Old West, for measuring powders, explosive or otherwise, of the apothecary?
It's taking a great deal of biblical history study and applying it non-traditionally and creatively to write this third Jett Durango Trilogy script of the Old West. This one's for Doc Holliday.