Jupiter and Gemini

Posted: March 20, 2014 in Constellations, Planets

Tonight we were at Kemah Boardwalk with our youngest daughter and three our grandchildren from Minnesota who are here for Spring Break. The Sun had set, the amusement park bright and yet there was a star that stood out in the sky. I pointed my iPhone Star Finder at the star and it was the planet Jupiter directly in the middle of the constellation Gemini.

Jupiter was the only star that was shining in the sky and my eyes kept going to Jupiter. Waiting for my grandson I began to think about the heavenly message in that alignment.

Jupiter in Hebrew is Tzedek, which means ‘righteousness‘.

  • This planet is called the King David Planet and is also represents the Messiah
  • It is the largest of the 7 original planets
  • In Jewish tradition teaches that when a heavenly object strikes Jupiter it means that trouble is coming to Israel

Gemini – “The Twins”

  • The Hebrew name is Thaumim, which means ‘united
  • In this Heavenly Story of Jesus we see Him as ‘Son of God and Son of Man’, suffering and glory, humiliation and triumph.
  • As Son of Man suffering for our salvation
  • As the Son of God Jesus triumphed in complete salvation and final victory.
  • The Latin of this constellation is Castor and Pollux (Acts 28:11)

When I was looking at this heavenly message I began to think of what is happening in Israel right now, how they are threatened on every side. But God was sending me a confirmation from heaven. He is a covenant making God and a covenant keeping God. His promises for Israel are certain and will come to pass.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. And keep looking up.

 

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Comments
  1. Wanda Ulrey says:

    Thanks, Mary, for sharing about the heavenly signs!

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