This pivotal article on the celestial signs present at the time of Christ’s death begins by examining the overturning of Roe vs. Wade, highlighting a similarly rare planetary alignment that occurred during both events.
Roe VS Wade Overthrown
- In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling establishing the constitutional right to abortion.
- Roe, since 1973, had permitted abortions during the first two trimesters of pregnancy in the United States.
- Almost half the states are expected to outlaw or severely restrict abortion due to the Supreme Court’s decision… CNN
This is a day of good news, as in 1863 with the Emancipation Proclamation that set the slaves free.
Donald Trump brought good and bad to God’s people. But here and now, I acknowledge the good — the great good. The three Supreme Court Justices appointed by Trump tipped the scale.
Perhaps this will delay the demise of America, ripe for judgment.
Greater light means greater guilt. Now, we know that life begins before birth. Extenuating circumstances do arise, but at the end of the day, everyone must give an account of himself before God.
And while legislating law to unbelievers is unwise, still, the voice of conscience to a calloused society must be heard. After all, we are talking murder.
Just know that we will be hated for it.
Not without a heavenly sign
Such a momentous event, the overturning of Roe v. Wade, deserves a sign and seal of God’s approval.
For months, I have been studying the signs that accompanied the death of Christ, most notably the alignment of planets when Christ ascended to heaven in AD 33. “He led captivity captive” in His train (Eph. 4:8), and the parade of planets led by the Morning Star at that time symbolized this train. This “parade of planets” stretched from the Lamb to the Lion (that is, from the constellations of Aries to Leo).
However, another parade of planets is occurring this very month- an extremely rare event. It just so happens that over a week ago, I chose today’s date to represent this parade using my astronomy software. Below is the screen image I took back then:
A Parade of Planets When Christ Ascended
Below is a snapshot of the sky on the evening (and/or morning) when Christ ascended to heaven “in a cloud.” It was the eve of the Sabbath (Acts 1:12), Iyar 27th, 33 AD. It was 40 days after His resurrection.
(The sky is darkened in the image below to view the planets’ position with the Sun and moon.)
Pentecost came nine days later, and by that time, the planets were aligned to emphasize Gemini, “The Twins.” Gemini is a type of “Two Witnesses” because Christ sent them forth “two by two” (Luke 10:1; Rev. 11). They also left Noah’s ark “two by two” on the anniversary of this very day, Iyar 27th, precisely 1260 + 1290 years earlier in 2518 BC! (This Flood date includes Terah’s extra 60 years. “1260 + 1290 days” is referred to in Daniel 12 and Rev. 11-12.)
Before discussing the jubilees, I leave the following images for you to ponder.
(“Pentecost” came nine days after the ascension, on Sunday, 49 days after His resurrection — 50 days inclusive.)
God created the Sun and moon on the fourth day of the week. Therefore, the 4th day (Wednesday) is of supreme importance to those who observed the solar Enochian calendar at that time. Most Jews, however, kept the lunar calendar.
The following two images are a little technical. However, it shows that Venus, “the morning star,” rose early in the morning, “while it was still dark” at the same time Christ rose from the dead!
Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance. John 20:1
Thus, 40 days later, the Morning Star led the captives up to glory, symbolized by the classical seven heavenly bodies arrayed from the Lamb to the Lion (constellations). And He will return as the Lion of Judah in the same manner that He went to heaven. For He came as a Lamb but returns as a Lion.
“Men of Galilee,” they said, “why do you stand here looking into the sky? This same Jesus, who has been taken from you into heaven, will come back in the same way you have seen him go into heaven.” Acts 1:11
This parade of planets in AD 33 culminated the following year when Saturn and Jupiter nearly overlapped — an exceedingly rare event. This was on or about the time of the first martyr, Steven, and the resultant convert Saul, who became the Apostle Paul, Acts 7-8.