————— April 08, 2015 —————

Signs in the Sky

http://www.spaceweather.com/8-4-2015/plieads_venus
http://www.universetoday.com/119708/venus-and-the-pleiades/

Venus and the Pleiades are converging for a close encounter in the sunset sky. This weekend, the planet and the star cluster will cross paths only 2o apart.

Image enregistrée avec les ajustements inclus.Consider it a mixture of dissimilar things. The Pleiades are elusive. They’re best seen out of the corner of your eye, a pretty little surprise that pops out of the night sky when you’re staring elsewhere. Venus is just the opposite. Dazzling, bright enough to cast faint shadows on a moonless night, it beams down from the heavens and grabs you when you’re not even looking.

For the next few nights, look west after sunset. Venus pops out of the twilight long before nightfall. As the sky fades to black, you can see the Pleiades, too. The nights of closest approach are Friday, April 10th, and Saturday, April 11th. Bright Venus makes for a stunning contrast against the pinpoint beauty of the star cluster. Observing tip: For maximum contrast, use binoculars.

aNNa’S NoTe:  I have been pointed at this for DAYS, which typically means I need to write something about it.  So here goes.  The Pleiades are the ‘seven sister stars’, but in Biblical Astronomy they stand for the Seven church eras found in Revelation 1 & 2.  Venus is our Coming Messiah, the Bright Morning Star.  They’re converging on the seventh day of Pesach… also a Sabbath.  So am I paying attention?  That would be a yes.  In fact, I pulled up Stellarium and took a peek:

plieades
The bull (is Messiah our Judge)… which only applies to those who follow Yeshua (and will be judged at the Lamb’s throne, as opposed to the Great White Throne judgment of Yehovah).  So naturally the seven churches are clustered in the bull.  You can’t see them very wel in this picture – the top red line is kind of covering them, dadgummit.  Nothing I can do about the program’s little quirks.  But anyhow, look at the brightest spot on the picture.  What we have here is the Sun (Yehovah Elohim) and Mercury converging at the same time right between the tails of two fishes… which stands for Israel in Bondage.

What does it all mean?  It’s saying that when Messiah gathers His own to be judged from the Lamb’s book of Life, at that time Yehovah will send Gabriel (Mercury) to begin the time of bondage for Israel (which is what the two fish symbolize).  KIND of kewl, considering the prophecies I’ve been posting, the timing of the feasts, and the other things we’ve been looking at!

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