Watch Jupiter

Posted: April 22, 2013 in Planets, Signs In The Heavens
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For the past week I have had a prompting to watch Jupiter. I looked online to see if there was any new reports regarding this planet but found none.

Why should I watch Jupiter?

  1. Because I am prompted by the Spirit.
  2. Jupiter represents Israel.
  3. I have learned when I am prompted to ‘watch Jupiter’ it is a prompting of Holy Spirit to pray for Israel

Facts about Jupiter:

  • The original Hebrew name for this planet is Tzedek, “the righteous one”.
  • It was one of the original 7 planets that formed a heavenly menorah on the 4th  day of Creation
  • Jupiter is a Roman name, named after their god Jupiter, the ‘sky god’
  • Jupiter is the largest of the planets, also known as  ‘wandering stars’
  • Jupiter is made up of gas
  • Represents King David
  • Represents kingship, coronation and birth of kings
  • According to Jewish tradition, when Jupiter is hit from heavenly bodies it is a sign of the end of the world.

Historically, Jupiter was and is a prophetic sign:

  • Three years before the birth of Moses, Jupiter and Saturn were in conjunction in the constellation Pisces. Josephus, Abarbanel, Eliazar and other historians affirm that Egyptian astronomers interpreted this sign as an indicator that a great man would be born among the Jews.
  • In 3 BC, Jupiter, the planet representing King David, was in conjunction with Regulus, the star of kingship, in the constellation of Leo the lion, considered to represent the tribe of Judah. This conjunction in Leo would be served as a sign of the birth of a leader.
  • September 11, 3 BC, (Tishri 1)  the sun and moon were in such a position in the constellation Virgo. Biblical astronomers put the birth of Jesus on that date because of the signs in the heavens.
  • 1994, Shoemaker Levy Comet 9 broke into 21 pieces and for 7 days began to bombard the surface of Jupiter. Each impact was stronger than a nuclear bomb, with each area affected larger than planet earth. This happened during Tisha B’ AV, the most dreaded day on the Hebrew calendar. This happened the same time that secret talks were going on in Oslo, Norway to exchange Israel’s land for peace. This became known as the ‘Oslo Accords’.
  • July 21, 2009 a giant scar-like blemish appeared in the clouds near Jupiter’s south polar regions. This was the 15th anniversary of the Shoemaker Comet 9 incident with Jupiter.
  • September 20, 2010 Planet Jupiter was the closest to the earth in 47 years. What is the significance? In 1963 President Kennedy intensely pressured Israel to give up their nuclear ‘defense’ program. When President Kennedy was shot Israel was the first suspected of the assassination plot.

Mark 13:33, “Take heed, watch and pray; for you do not know when the time is. (35) “Watch therefore, for you do not know when the master of the house is coming–in the evening, at midnight, at the crowing of the rooster, or in the morning– (37) “And what I say to you, I say to all: Watch!”

As for me, I will be watching Jupiter and praying for Israel.

Shalom

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Comments
  1. Randy Maddox says:

    I do a lot of my own study so I am quite slow at times. I just recently found out that Jupiter was representative of Israel so I went back and looked at the Shoemaker-Levy comet. It took 7 days in 1994. I have always believed the Anti-Christ will be a counterfeit duplicate of Jesus so I feel certain he will die in his 33 year of life. I can’t help but wonder if the Shoemaker-Levy comet was the counterfeit Star of Bethlehem and the 7 days of its falling has something to do with the length of the Anti-Christ’s reign. There is far more here than I can fully extrapolate, but I get the feeling its relevant.

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