Carried Along by The Winged Horse

Skywatcher Journal
October 16, 2013

International Star Bible Society

Carried Along by The Winged Horse

At this time of year the Winged Horse, the Constellation Pegasus, takes its place directly overhead at about 10:00 pm. The Constellation is easily recognized by the large square formed by its stars, also known as the “Great Square of Pegasus.”

There are three horses pictured in the Constellations of the Star Bible, and all of them symbolize spiritual power (see Zechariah 6:1-8). The first, Centaurus, (The Despised One) is a man-horse combination which symbolizes a man of great spiritual power: Christ. The second, Sagittarius (The Archer) is a man-horse combination announcing

the Coming of Christ, The Arrow of God (Isaiah 49:1-7).

Pegasus tells a different story, as Christ the “Despised One” was crucified and “The Archer” was raised from the dead and returned to Heaven. However, Christ promised to send the Holy Spirit, which is represented in the Constellation Aquarius (The Water Pourer- see our Blog of 10/2/13 “The Pentecostal Star”). Pegasus, which is associated with Aquarius, is a riderless horse. The Man has returned to Heaven, but the Spiritual Power represented by The Winged Horse, The Holy Spirit, remains (John 14:25 & 26). Star names is Pegasus confirm this message, with Enif (The Water), Matar (Who Causes to Overflow), and Algenib (The Carrier –see 15 63:8-14)
Pegasus is just south of the Zenith Point at about 10:00pm, and is about half way between the North Star Polaris and the Pentecostal Star Formalhaut. Algenib (the Carrier) is in the southwest corner of the great square.
Let yourself be carried along by the Holy Spirit tonight.

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