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Solar Eclipse Prelude to September 23rd Constellation Line Up from Revelation 12

The Solar Eclipse caused quite a spectacular show for those fortunate enough to be in the line of totality. For those who were not, it was a let down. I was able to see the eclipse at 97% totality, but the sky only looked dim. It was not even as dark as it is right not at 8:00 PM. Americans still had an exciting day as folks gathered to catch a glimpse of this once in a lifetime view. However, the light show is not over.

Are you aware that this eclipse is the prelude to an even bigger event on September 23rd?

Revelation 12:1-2 Constellation is lining up now.

After the eclipse today, I decided to check my Star Tracker App to see what the eclipse looked like. This is what I saw

September 23, 2017, Revelation 12:1-2

Notice that the Sun and Moon are overlapping near the constellation of Leo the Lion. Even though you cannot read the name, the sun and moon are over the star Regulus, which is the regal or king star. So the sun and moon are lining up with the king constellation on top of the king star. This is fascinating to me, because Jesus is the Son (Sun) of God and is referred to as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah. The Son is in alignment with the King Star, Regulus, but this is not the total story.

Notice in the bottom left corner of this photo that we see part of Virgo. Here is the view of Virgo, the Virgin constellation. If you could look at the entire connected photo, Virgo is in the bottom left corner of Leo. This screenshot was taken today from my Star Tracker App.

Solar Eclipse, August 21, 2017, Jupiter

Notice in this photo that the planet Jupiter, the king planet, is inside the womb of Virgo, the Virgin Constellation. This celestial sign has been going on for a few months, almost 9.5 months to be exact. On September 23rd, Virgo will give birth so to speak to the King Planet. This exact event is describe in Revelation 12:1-2

Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a garland of twelve stars. Then being with child, she cried out in labor and in pain to give birth Revelation 12:1-2 (NKJV).

According to the Starry Night software, the constellation alignment on September 23, 2017 will look like this.

In this photo Virgo is clothed with the sun, the moon is at her feet, she has given birth to Jupiter (the King Planet), and 12 stars are above her head. There are 9 stars visible with the naked eye in Leo and the 3 planets Venus, Mars and Mercury are aligned above her head.

I have another post explaining how to interpret these signs in the sky, “Solar Eclipse, September 23, 2017 and Celestial Signs of Revelation 12”.

God must have given us the eclipse today to make us pay attention to the light show coming on September 23rd. The celestial sign on this day is not as obvious as the eclipse so he made us all study the sky today. Perhaps we need to continue our study of the stars. This constellation line up might not be as visible as the solar eclipse today, but if you download the Star Tracker App you might be able to see it on September 23rd. You can view this the entire month as everything continues to line up.

We are nearing the end of the age as we know it. Do you know anyone who is not saved? It is time for us to share our faith as never before. We do not want our family and friends to perish in hell throughout all eternity.

 

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