Super Moon

    This week, on December 3, we will see the brightest “Super Moon” of 2017.   A “Super Moon” occurs when the Moon is at its closest to Earth during its Full Moon phase. Because of the Elliptical orbit of the Moon, its distance from Earth normally varies between 225,800 and 252,000 miles, and Read More …

The Chained Woman

In early November at around 10 p.m. the constellation Andromeda (The Chained Woman) can be seen directly overhead.   Andromeda is one of the constellations associated with Pisces (The Fish) which tells about the Church age.  Andromeda is a picture of a woman bound in chains and represents the suffering of the Jews in the Read More …

The Halloween Star

                The upcoming Halloween celebration dates back to the Druids, who used the holiday for various Pagan religious practices including Human sacrifice. There is nothing Christian about it.               Yet there is one interesting story about the Halloween celebration which illustrates how the Pagans tried to appropriate the stars into their religions. Read More …

Stellar New Year

  Today we celebrate Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, the beginning of their Civil Year. Later this week on September 22, we will celebrate the beginning of a New Star Bible Stellar Year.   The Star Bible is a name describing the how the stars and celestial bodies reveal glory of God declared in the Read More …

The Northern Cross and the Star of Bethlehem

                    Tonight at about 10:00 pm the Northern Cross will be at the Zenith point. So will the Star of  Bethlehem.                   The Northern Cross is a very distinctive cross which is contained in the constellation Cygnus (The Swan). Cygnus is a picture of a swan which represents the first and second Read More …

Destined for Worship

              If you’ve ever wondered where we’re all headed, just look up at the Zenith point early this evening.               Astronomers say the Earth, the Moon, the Sun, and the entire solar system are moving toward the bright star Vega at about 40,000 miles per hour. Vega, the fifth brightest star in the Read More …