And God said: Let there be lights made in the firmament of heaven, to divide the day and the night, and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days and years: To shine in the firmament of heaven, and to give light upon the earth. And it was so done.
– Genesis 1:14-15
Has anyone else been watching the planet Mars lingering just to the right of the scorpion constellation?
The last time I wrote about something similar to this (slightly on this blog, but mainly in my ebook) was when Mars, known to symbolize war, was positioned next to the star spica (wheat) for months just over 2 years ago. Of course, wheat is the term used in Scripture to identify souls chosen by God. Following that obvious ‘sign in the heavens,’ it was not a surprise to see a Christian genocide begin in the Middle East in 2014.
Now, we’re seeing this planet associated with war conspicuously move in retrograde motion next to the scorpion constellation –
It will pretty much do a bullseye on the scorpion on August 15th.
Many Catholics will recognize this date as the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Mother. Considering the historical link to dates dedicated to the Virgin Mary and various war anniversaries, this is well worth watching.
Now, let me share a few dates associated with this latest ‘sign in the heavens.’
Mars moved across the scales of justice and halted over the scorpion on 4.20.2016 which, interestingly, is Hitler’s birthday. The planet then reversed and stopped on the scales of justice turning back toward the scorpion on 7.4.2016.
Wait….it gets better (or possibly worse).
- As noted above, the war planet will do a bulls-eye on the scorpion on the Feast of the Assumption of Mary.
- On September 8 (the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary), the moon will be 1/3 full while hovering over Saturn, which is directly over Mars.
After that, on the Feast of the Holy Rosary (miracle of Lepanto, anyone?), the war planet will find itself on the top of the bow of the archer, again while the moon is 1/3 illuminated.
Perhaps the second biggest takeaway here is the location of the moon and Mars near Pluto, a planet named after the ‘god of the underworld.’ If you recall, since all hell broke loose for Christians in the Mideast circa 2014, Pluto has been doing it’s own retrograde motion near Albaldah, a star that marks the head of the archer. I previously blogged on this in relation to the former epicenter of the islamic caliphate – Turkey (where the coup attempt just took place).
As far as the first biggest takeaway, note the position of Mars. It is marking a star called Kaus Borealis which again marks the top of the 3 starred bow of the archer. Kaus Borealis is 77 light years from us which means that the light we’ll be seeing here on earth will be the actual light generated from the star in 1939 – the year that marked the official start of WW2 beginning with Hitler’s invasion of Poland.