What the Prophetic Calendar Says About Israel and Jesus’ Second Coming

Last week, the stars of the constellation Gemini (The United) were directly overhead at the zenith point in the southern U.S.

Gemini is one of the zodiacal constellations and is the tenth chapter of the Star Bible. The name means “The Twins” in Greek, but in the ancient Hebrew, it means “The United.” It is a picture of two men standing together who are united as one. The first contains the bright star Pollux, meaning “He Who Comes to Suffer” at its head, with the Star Alhena, meaning “Wounded” at its feet. This figure corresponds to the first half of Genesis 3:15, where the seed of woman will be wounded in the heel, and is clearly a picture of the crucifixion and First Coming of Christ. The second figure has Castor, “The Ruler” as its head and Mebsuth, “Treading Under Foot” at its feet. This speaks to the second half of Genesis 3:15, where the seed of woman crushes the head of the serpent, and represents the return of Christ. Together, the stars of Gemini tell us that the one who suffered will return to rule.

The bright stars of Gemini, Castor and Pollux are also part of the prophetic calendar which produces signs in the sun, moon and stars surrounding both appearances of Christ. In 6 B.C., the precession of the equinoxes carried the Star Pollux, “He Who comes to Suffer,” directly overhead at zenith in Jerusalem. This was a sign of the nearing advent of Christ and described his sacrificial death on the cross. That same year, the constellation Gemini entered the summer season. It was in the summer of 6 B.C., nine months before the star of Bethlehem appeared in the spring of 5 B.C., that we believe Gabriel appeared to Mary and Christ was conceived.

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