March 9th will bring a total solar eclipse over Indonesia – the most populous majority-muslim nation in the world.
The event will end as it passes Hawaii.
I can’t help but view this as a ‘God’s spotlight’ moment. I also believe our prophetic attention should be drawn to the area in the sky involved in the eclipse.
There is much to contemplate here, considering current events.
This YouTuber could have phrased certain things better. But nevertheless it’s a veeeeery interesting, intuitive post –
So, why the above featured image for this blog entry?
Because the eclipse will take place near a nebula commonly referred to as the ‘eye of God.’
I highlighted it in the lower left of this image of the sky taken during the eclipse (see the ‘Helix Nebula’) –
The eclipse takes place in the upper left of that graphic (see the moon blocking the sun) and will actually end the day before it begins.
As far as constellations involved, the eclipse will be located near the constellation Aquarius, or ‘the water bearer,’ near the constellation’s depiction of water being poured. * Interesting Mass readings for the date considering this…
The ‘mother planet,’ Venus, will mark the tail of the goat over the brightest star in its constellation – Deneb Algedi – a star located about 40 light years from earth. There is also an illusion to Babel or Babylon involved here. Of course, Babylon, in Scripture, has been linked to Saudi Arabia which is home to Mecca.
With that in mind, take a look at the Mass readings on the day the eclipse will end March 9th. Here you will find the stark difference between Christianity and islam. The latter denies the Sonship of Jesus Christ (the foundation of the Christian faith). The readings of the day are decisive in this regard – no Son of God means no God.
The sun is said to usually cross that area about February 13th.
The messenger – Mercury – in the midst of this celestial event.
The planet associated with war, Mars, has moved from the scales to the head of the scorpion….
Again, I can only recall the Fatima message on its 100th anniversary year.
* All prior sky shots were taken from the Skywalk astronomy app.
Finally, check out an east to west Hawaiian view of the eclipse from the app Sky Safari –
Watch and pray…