On November 20, 2012 the Star Bible’s third chapter is opened as the constellation
Scorpio (“The Scorpion”) moves into the Sun.
The constellation Scorpio and its associated constellations of Serpens (“The Serpent”) and
Ophiuchus (“The Serpent Held”) present the picture of a giant man holding a serpent and standing over a scorpion. The man we know to be Christ because of the star Saiph
(“Bruised”) in his foot identifying him as the “Seed of Woman” who was bruised in the heel (Genesis 3:15). The serpent is also easily recognized from the Genesis story as Satan, and he shown to be restrained by Christ in the age prior to the advent of Christ.
The Scorpion is a picture of rebellious men (see Ez 2:6) who rejected God’s offer of redemption through the Seed of Woman (Chapter 1: Virgo) and God’s pre-Christian system of religious observance (Chapter 2: Libra). The message is amplified by the bright red star
Antares (“The Wounding”) which indicates that rebellious men would wound the Seed of Women in the heel. This rebellion of Scorpio has continued through the ages.
But God will not allow rebellion to continue forever. In 2519 BC, the year that the sign of rebellion, Scorpio, was moved into the season of judgment, Fall, by the precession of the equinoxes, God sent a great catastrophe on the earth and only the righteous man Noah and his family survived. Sadly, Noah’s decedents
also rebelled against God. We are now waiting on the sign of Christ’s final judgment, Leo (“The Lion”) to enter the Fall season of judgment as this age comes to a close. That time is not too far off.
Scorpio, the Rebellion, can no longer be seen in the evening sky as it sinks into the sunlight. However, in the East look for the rising of beautiful Orion (“Coming Fourth as Light”), after sunset, which pictures the return of Christ in power and might.
And rejoice at that the age of the Rebellion is soon coming to an end.