The Goat and the Fish

On January 20 the constellation Capricorn (The Goat) moves behind the sun. Capricorn is the fifth chapter of the Star Bible, a very peculiar picture of a dying goat with the tail of a fish. The constellation and its three associated constellations of Aquila (The Eagle), Sagitta (The Arrow), and Delphinus (The Dolphin) tell the Read More …

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 …