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ORION! My absolute favorite constellation! See blog of 1/8/12, Orion- The Coming Prince. This is the most viewed blog I have written. The heavens declare the glory of the Lord (Ps 19:1) and this January constellation shows that the coming One is not a beast, but a triumphant, glorious Son of Man & Prince of Peace.

I intend to brief you each month as to God’s original intent for each of the Heavenly ‘light holders(ma’owr). The Constellations are ‘fixed stars’ and the planets are ‘wandering stars’.  Almost every star has maintained the same Hebrew name that God gave them in the Beginning.  Psalm 147:4 tells us that “He counts the number of the stars; He calls them all by name.”  Each star has a part in the End Time plans of the Signs in the Heavens so it is a good idea to get familiar with God’s original intent for each star, whether fixed or wandering.

January  2014

The Planet Jupiter will be the highlight of January 2014, appearing larger than normal.  January 5, Jupiter will rise at sunset, and set at sunrise and visible all night long. The Hebrew name for Jupiter is Tzadik, which means righteousness. This planet is the King Planet, representing King David and the nation of Israel.

The constellations in this view all are from the last book of the heavens that ‘declare the glory of the Lord and tell of the full Redemption plan. This set is called “The Redeemer – The Glory That Should Follow”.  I will expound on the main constellations with their decans (smaller constellations) from Top Left:

  • AURIGA- THE SHEPHERD. The Shepherd is gentle to the sheep and fierce to those who come against the sheep, a protector (Isaiah 40:10). Auriga is seated on the Milky Way, holding on his left shoulder a goat, who is clinging to his neck as she looks at the fierce bull.  In his left hand he has 2 little kids (animals), just born, as though crying out in fear.  Jesus wants to assure us that in these end times, He is well able to take care of us. In the midst of fiery wrath God continually extends mercy, mercy, mercy towards His people. Ezekiel 34:22, “therefore I will save My flock, and they shall no longer be a prey; and I will judge between sheep and sheep.” The brightest star in the body of the goat is Alioth (Hebrew) which is a ‘she goat’. In Latin is has the same meaning and is called Capella. [decan of Taurus]
  • TAURUS- THE BULL. The picture is of the bull with his head down, rushing to pierce and destroy his enemies with his sharp horns.   The bulls eye is Al Debaran (Arabic) which means ‘leader’ or ‘governor’
  • GEMINI- THE TWINS. Here we see Jesus in a manifold two-fold  God and man, suffering and glory,    humiliation and triumph.  As man suffering for our salvation.  As God, triumphing in our complete salvation and final victory. The Greeks call this Apollo and Hercules. The Hebrew name is Thaumim, which means ‘united’ (Exodus 26:24, “And they (two boards) shall be coupled together beneath, and they shall be coupled together above the head of it unto one ring: thus shall it be for them both; they shall be for the two corners.”
  • ORION- THE GLORIOUS ONE, THE HUNTER, THE PRINCE.   This shows that the coming One is not a beast, but a triumphant, glorious man & prince. This constellation is brilliant, bright and shows forth Jesus as “The Light of the World”. Orion was originally spelled Oarian, from the Hebrew root word, ohr,   meaning light. A full teaching of Orion is on 1/8/12.  The brightest in the shoulder is named Betelgeus, which means ‘the coming of the branch‘ (Malachi 3:2) This is a star of great size- 700 million miles in diameter, while the earth’s diameter is almost 8,000 miles. The next in brightness is in the foot and called Rigel or Rigol which means ‘the foot that crushes‘. The foot is lifted up, and placed immediately over the head of the enemy, as though in the very act of crushing it. [decan of Taurus]
  • URSA MAJOR- THE GREAT BEAR–  This is the best known of all the constellations and is better known as the Big Dipper.  Job 38:32 (NKJV) “Can you bring out Mazzaroth in its season? Or can you guide the Great Bear with its cubs?”  Young’s Translation calls this Aysh, HNV calls it Ayish, several call it Arcturus (Arcturus is a star in the knee of Bootes that is close to both bears) [decan of Cancer]
  • CANIS MINOR- THE LESSER DOG– The Latin name is Procyom and means ‘Redeemer’ [decan of Gemini]
  • CANIS MAJOR-  THE GREATER DOG- SIRIUS– “The Prince”, Orion’s hunting dog. The coming glorious Prince of Princes (Sirius).  The constellation tells of the Prince that will come to rule and reign. As in Lepus it also has mixed messages from cultures.  In the Egyptian planisphere it is called Apes, which means ‘the head’. He is picture as a hawk, ‘caused to come forth’, ‘coming swiftly down’ The Hawk and eagle or both natural enemies of the serpent.  In the Persian planisphere it is pictured as a wolf, and is called Zeeb, which in Hebrew and Arabic also have the same meaning, ‘leader’. The star on the head is the brightest in the whole heavens! It is called Sirius, (Hebrew Sar) ‘the Prince’ as in Isaiah 9:6, “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, the mighty God, the everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace.” This is where we get the word ‘Sir’. [decan of Gemini]