During the Great American Eclipse the Sun and the Moon were in the constellation Leo, near the star Regulus. Jupiter was is the womb of Virgo, and Venus was in Gemini. All of these planet and stars were visible during the Eclipse.
The eclipse occurred on August 21, 2017, the first day of Teshuvah. Teshuvah is a 40 day period starting on Elul 1 and ending on Yom Kippur. Teshuvah means “repentance” and “return”. It’s all about repentance and waiting for the return of the messiah.
In Jewish tradition, each morning during the forty day of Teshuvah, the shofar is blown, and Psalm 27 is read. Psalm 27 warns us that the time of Jacob’s Trouble is coming.
Psalm 27: The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?… For in the time of trouble He shall hide me in His pavilion: in the secret of His tabernacle shall He hide me; He shall set me up upon a rock.
Teshuvah is about watching for the messiah’s return before the start of the time of Jacob’s trouble.
In the book of Revelation, Jesus identifies himself as the “Bright and Morning Star”. This star is the planet Venus.
During the eclipse, which was 30 days before the Feast of Trumpets, Venus appeared in the constellation Gemini. The Feast of Trumpets is about the coronation of a King, the resurrection of the dead and the rapture of the Church, which is the bridegroom coming for his bride. A King always has his bride with him at his coronation.
So who does Gemini represent?
According to Joseph Seiss, author of the book, “The Gospel in the Stars” written in 1882, “It is God’s sign in the heavens of the coming marriage and union of the Seed of the woman with His redeemed Church, precisely as the same is set forth in all His word as the hope and joy of His people, to be fulfilled at His revelation and coming.”
The sign of Gemini is that of the bride and the bridegroom. The constellation Gemini consists of two figures. The figure nearest Leo represents Christ, and the other the Church. Not only did Venus appear in the constellation of Gemini, but Venus appeared in the figure that represents Christ, our coming bridegroom!
“It is not the one by himself in either case, but the one in and with the other, conjoined and perfected in the same administration— Christ with the Church, and the Church with Christ, as the one all-ruling Man-Child under whom the whole earth shall be delivered from misrule and oppression, the eternal kingdom come, and the entire world enjoy its unending Sabbath.”
“THE MARRIAGE OF THE-LAMB. Hence, in the Apocalyptic pictures of the ongoing judgment-period, after the Man-Child has been born into immortality, and is caught up to God, and has overcome the opposing Dragon and his angels by the blood of the Lamb and the word of their testimony, and immediately before Christ and His people come forth riding on white horses for the overthrow of the Beast and his armies, we hear the voice of gladness and rejoicing, and the giving of glory to the All-Ruler, in that “the Marriage of the Lamb is come” and the word of blessing goes forth upon all who are “called to the marriage-supper of the Lamb” (Rev. 19 : 7-9).” Joseph Seiss.
“After the Man-Child has been BORN into immortality, and is caught up to God” WOW!
Looks like Scott Clarke was right, the Church was conceived at Pentecost, and will be born at the rapture!!
Here is the link to the book George references:
The Gospel in the Stars: Or, Prímeval Astronomy (1884)
Here is the video: