Lunar Eclipse Of December 2010 – Part 2

Posted: December 21, 2010 in Eclipses, Signs In The Heavens

This is the first Lunar eclipse since August 28, 2007 when secret meetings were being held in Camp David regarding the Temple Mount.

This also is the evening of the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and marks the official beginning of winter. The sun is at its lowest in our sky because the North Pole of our tilted planet is pointing away from it.

According to Astronomy.com, this will have the highest Full Moon until 2020.    According to Rob Suggs of Marshall Space Flight Center, “The last time we had a total lunar eclipse on the solstice was in 1638 and the next one will be in 2094.”

The next total Lunar Eclipse will be April 2014, Passover. That will begin the tetrad of blood moons on feast days (Passover 2014, Tabernacles 2014, Passover 2015, Tabernacles 2015) I want to say so much about this, but there is no space in today’s email!!!!!

The eclipse will border the constellations Taurus, Gemini and Orion. (I love the Biblical meanings of these 3 constellations) Remember, how you tell the meaning of the constellation is to go back to the ancient star names (God named the stars, Ps 147:4) from the brightest in the constellation to the least.

TAURUS- ‘the bull’ This is a sign of the bull with his head down, rushing to perce and destroy his enemies with his sharp horns. The Hebew name is Shur, which comes from the root which means both coming and ruling.

  • The bulls eye is Al Debaran (Arabic) which means ‘leader’ or ‘governor’
  • The star in the tip of the horn is El Nath (Arabic) meaning ‘wounded’ or ‘slain’
  • The cluster of the stars at the neck of the bull is known as Pleiades which means congregation of the judge or ruler. This is also called Seven Sisters. Pleiades is found in the Bible in Job 9:9 and 38:31; Amos 5:8. Interesting that the 7 churches of Revelation 2-3 are all found at the base of the Taurus Mountains
  •  Another group of stars on the face of the bull is nown as the Hyades, which means ‘congregated’

GEMINI – ‘the twins’ Here we see Jesus in a manifold two-fold; God and man; suffering and glory; humiliation and triumph

  • One of the twins is holding a club and the other a bow, but they are both at rest, not in action – signifiying a peaceful reign to come, all enemies subdued
  • The Greeks called them Apollo and Hercules
  • The Hebrew name for the constellation is Thaumim, which means ‘united
  • The Latin names for the Twins are Castor and Pollux (see Acts 28:11)
  • The left twin holding the club is Hercules, ‘who cometh to labour or suffer’. The star in his left foot is Al Herah, which means ‘hurt’ or ‘wounded. The star in the center o fthe left twin is Waset, which means ‘set‘ and tells of Him who ‘set his face like flint’ to carry out the Herculean work and when the time was come ‘steadfastly set His face to go’ to complete it
  • The right twin holding the bow and arrow  brightest star in his head is called Apollo and means ‘ruler’ or ‘judge‘. The star in the knee of the twin on the right is called Mebsuto, which means ‘treading under feet.”
  • ORION- ‘the Glorious One’, ‘the Hunter’, ‘the Prince’This shows the Coming One is not a beast, but a triumphant, glorious man and prince
    • This constellations shows Jesus as the Light of this world (John 8:12; 1:4; 9:5)
    • In Hebrew the word is Chiseil, meaning ‘a strong one’, ‘a hero’
    • Amos 5:8, “He made the Pleiades and Orion”
    • The brightest star is in the shoulder and is named Betelgeus, which means ‘the coming of the branch’ (Malachi 3:2)
    • The next brightest star is in the foot and is called Rigel, meaning ‘the foot that crushes’. The foot is lifted up, and placed immediately over the head of the enemy, Lepus, as though in the very act of crushing it
    • The next star is in the left shoulder is called Bellatrix, which means ‘quickly coming’
    • The three in Orion’s belt are called the Three Kings (see Job 38:31)
    • Star in the right leg is Saiph, ‘bruised‘ (see Genesis 3:15)

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