First of all, there is so much confusion about this star but I am thankful that people are focusing on the Birth of Jesus Christ at this time of year instead of Santa and COVID19. Confusing debates such as : was Saturn and Jupiter what the Magi saw or was it Jupiter and Venus; was this conjunction 400 or 800 years ago; does Saturn have a Satanic connection? That last question I know for sure – God is the Creator of all things and He named and numbered all the stars. (Ps 147:4) Like I said, much confusion that we do not need right now.

But I am going to state from a Biblical Astronomy about tonight’s siting of Jupiter and Saturn. Tonight I took a photo from my SkyView App on my iphone so let’s take a look at what we see.

JUPITER – in this photo we see Jupiter, but cannot see Saturn. But you can see Saturn’s rings. Saturn is so close to Jupiter that they look like one star. I am in Orlando and we can see it clearly in the sky with all the lights of the area blinding out the other stars. Jupiter is the KING PLANET and has represented King David and Israel. God named this planet TZEKEK which means ‘righteousness‘. It is the largest of all the original 7 planets at Creation (Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, Mercury, Sun, Moon) that lined up on the 4th day of Creation. Josephus records in the Antiquities of the Jews 3.7.7, “these seven represent the Menorah (candlestick) of the Temple.”

SATURN – God named this planet Shabbtai and it means ‘rest’, such as the Sabbath Rest. This is one of the most brilliant and beautiful planets. Saturn is surrounded by over 1000 rings made of dust and ice. Saturn is total gas and continues to hold the beautiful shape and form as when God created this magnificent planet. Saturn has at least 52 moons.

Jupiter and Saturn are the slowest moving of all the planets and are both made of brilliant gas. They are the 2 largest of the planets.

CAPRICORN means “atonement”. This shows in the Heavenly Bible (Ps 19:1-6) and all the named stars in the Constellation a part of the Story of Jesus. This shows the Church and our benefits purchased at a great price. Capricorn has been called “the Sea Goat”. It appears to be dying with its head bowed down, the right leg folded under the body and seems unable to rise with the left. The other part of his body is like a fish full of life. In the Goat we have the Atoning Sacrifice (scapegoat). In the Fish we have the people for whom the atonement was made. In Egyptian this constellation is called ‘Hu-penius’, which means ‘the place of the sacrifice’. The Hebrew and Arabic name for the sign is ‘Gedi’, the ‘kid cut off’ or ‘cut off’. Capricornus is merely the Latin name of the sign and means ‘goat’.

In the Old Testament, goats were often used for the sacrifice. Leviticus 10:16 reads, “Then Moses made careful inquiry about the goat of the sin offering, and there it was-burned up.” Leviticus 9:3 reads, “And to the children of Israel you shall speak, saying, ‘take a kid of the goats as a sin offering.”

On the Day of Atonement there were two goats. The High Priest would cast lots over the two goats to determine which would be the sacrifice, ‘for the Lord’. The scapegoat was called ‘azazel’ in Hebrew. Sins were carried away with the scapegoat and when the goat was pushed over the cliff and died, the scarlet cord that was tied unto the door of the Temple would turn white. (Isaiah 1:18)

The tail of the goat is of a fish. A living fish proceeds from a dead goat. Fish relates to Born Again Christians, New Birth. The Greek symbols of “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior” is ichtus, and means ‘fish’. This symbol was used in the early days of Christianity to let others know you are a believer in Jesus.

This night is a very high occult night around the world because of the Winter Solstice and they will see this night different than we see it. We see Jesus the way God wanted us to see in the Biblical astronomy.

Keep looking up – your redemption is nigh. Luke 21:28

Let us look up and be thankful the Jesus died for all of us and that the world is looking up the heavens, wondering if there is a God to save them. I love how the Passion Translation brings out the brilliant way God speaks through us from the heavenlies, Psalm 19:1-4:

(1) “God’s splendor is a tale that is told;
his testament is written in the stars.
Space itself speaks his story every day
through the marvels of the heavens.
His truth is on tour in the starry vault of the sky,
showing his skill in creation’s craftsmanship.
(2) Each day gushes out its message to the next,
night with night whispering its knowledge to all.
(3) Without a sound, without a word, without a voice being heard,
(4) Yet all the world can see its story.
Everywhere its gospel is clearly read so all may know.

Comments
  1. Natalie says:

    Love the ending beautiful. Must share . God bless you and thanks for sharing

  2. Natalie says:

    Love the ending beautiful. Must share . God bless you and thanks for sharing

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