July 12, 2012

Joseph Revealed?

I recommend reading this article on www.InThatDay.net

http://www.inthatday.net/Watch/SignofJoseph.html

I find it very interesting that the Torah Portion for last week, the headlines in the News, and the Story in the Sky all seem to line up and be pointing to this time. As if we need more confirmation of what's going on, right? So, read that article. Seriously.

This week's Torah portion was Ba'lak, that is, Numbers 22:1-25:9, Micah 5-6, and Romans 11.
So what happened? Let me give you the astronomical facts, and then I'll expound on what I and others have seen on the subject. On last Shabbat, that would be the Portion of Balak, there began an alignment between Venus, Jupiter, the star Aldebaran and star cluster Pleiades in the constellation Taurus. NASA said that this alignment would be visible for about a week, beginning on a Shabbat, and ending on a Shabbat.

This morning, that would be Thursday, 7/12, Venus was at it's "greatest illuminated extent" or in plain english, it's brightness peaked before appearing to fade again due to it's orbit of the Sun. It works on a similar principle to how the moon waxes and wanes. Anyway, so if you couldn't see it before, there's no missing it this day.

On Friday, 7/13, depending on where you are in the world, the waning moon will be visible either between Jupiter and Pleiades, or near to them.

On Shabbat, 7/14, those in North Africa, the Middle East, and parts of Europe will be able to see the waning moon occult, or pass over and cover, Jupiter. All this while still in a straight line alignment with Venus and Pleiades. The moon is also supposed to be an "earthshine" moon. I.e. the "dark" part of the moon visibly reflects sunlight which has been reflected by the earth (It's like putting a mirror between a light source and another object, and looking at the object.) So the shape of the "dark" part of the moon will be faintly visible, as well as the glow of the waning crescent.

On Sunday, 7/15, the waning crescent is below Venus, as the alignment starts to wane and separate.

Okay, so that's the general gist of how this goes as far as what to visualize. www.Earthsky.org/tonight shows the above info. I like their site.

In the Torah Portion of Balak, I had seen some of the star symbolism in Baalam's blessings. Specifically, beginning in Numbers 23:10, when he says, "Who shall count the dust of Yaʽaqoḇ, and the number of one-fourth of Yisra’ĕl?..." That was an obvious reference back to the promise to Abraham that Yisra'el shall be as the sand on the shore and stars in the sky.

He blesses, in Numbers 24, with something similar to Psalm 1, and then continues, in verse 7 with, "He makes water flow from his buckets, and his seed is in many waters. His sovereign is higher than Agag and his reign is exalted." Aquarius is the water bearer. From his buckets comes an eternal flow of living water. That is a picture of Yahshua. It is also a kind of pointer, "take note", sort of thing. But that's a different topic.

Anyway, my interest was definitely perked up here. In verse 8, we read, "El who brought him out of Mitsrayim is for them like the horns of a wild ox; he devours nations, his enemies; and he breaks their bones, and with his arrows he smites."That is Taurus, or the sign of Joseph- Ephraim and Menashsheh. the "horns of a wild ox" description is mentioned several times in scripture.

In verse 9, we continue, "He bowed down, he lay down like a lion. And, like a lion, who would rouse him? Blessed is he who blesses you, and cursed is he who curses you."That is blatantly Leo, the Lion laying down. The lion which is scattered throughout the earth as prophesied in Micah 5-6, no? Leo is specifically the symbol of the House of Judah. I'm sure there were other constellations which could be compared, but these were the two big ones- the things that stuck in my mind.

In Numbers 24:17, Baalam says, "I see Him, but not now; I observe Him, but not near. A Star shall come out of Yaʽaqoḇ, and a Sceptre shall rise out of Yisra’ĕl, and shall smite the corners of Mo’aḇ, and shall destroy all the sons of Shĕth." How interesting that this is being read on the same exact date that NASA has said an alignment will occur within the constellation of Taurus.

So on Sunday, with these things fresh in my mind, and while mulling them over, I was on the alert, and saw this article linked to on BeastWatchNews.com: http://www.inthatday.net/Watch/SignofJoseph.html.

That's where the alignment comes in. It's interesting because the way that Venus, Jupiter, and Pleiades align, it looks like an arrow, starting from the horizon and pointing straight up. Is that not also the shape of a sceptre? With Pleiades creating the jewel encrusted knob-thingy on top?

If that isn't deep enough, let me throw something else at you. It'll be a bit of gematria. The greco-roman calendar date for the beginning of this weeklong occurrence was 7-7, and it was the Sabbath, or 7th day of the week. The biblical date, (being the moon cycle date, not the rabbinical one) was 4-17. The evening of Shabbat, 4-17 would begin, naturally, the 18th day. Or maybe evening revealed the 18th day as begun? Four is the number of Messiah, or at least that's what an older friend says. I'm not particularly good at this stuff, but he tends to be more interested in the numbers. So I guess that's probably correct.

Anyhow, where was I? Oh yeah, so 4 is the number of Messiah, and 18 is the number of life. It's the gematria of the word Chai, which is also a symbol of the Passover blood covering, or again- Yahshua. It would be the morning of the 18th that we would begin to really be able to see this alignment- or pointer towards Messiah/Joseph. The knowledge, and acknowledgement of which, is quite possibly a saving grace for those who are watching. Or an alert to be watching... Anyhow. So did you get all that?

Is this cool or what? I have woke up early twice this week to see it, including this morning. Wow, Venus was bright! I love being able to see my Scriptures come alive at night like this! I recommend trying to get up around 4:30-5:00 AM at least on Shabbat, 7/14/12, to see it. You really need to.

Shalom ya'll!

2 comments:

  1. How is Yah chai spelled backwards?

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  2. Correction: I had the Hebrew spelling of Chai incorrect. It is not the same letters as Yah spelled backward. Chai is spelled "Chet, Yod"- not "Hey, Yod".

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