August 21st Sowing for Saturn

On August 21st there is a eclipse that happens to cut across the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. I wrote about it here (http://wp.me/p6Haqi-bW). But there is something interesting that also happens on this date that has to do with Saturn and pagan holidays. The gestival Consualia was in honor of Consus. Consus... Continue Reading →

Odin, Birth Pains and Jupiter

I was looking at 1st Thessalonians 5:4 recently and looked up the word for "travail" in the Greek. Lets look at the verse. "For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape." Now something first came to mind... Continue Reading →

Tuesday, the Hidden Hand and the Arch

There is something to be said about Tuesdays. According to God's calendar in conjunction with the Gregorian calender, it is the 3rd day of the week. This is so because the 7th day is Saturday on our modern calender. So logically speaking, our modern Tuesday is in fact the third day of the week. In... Continue Reading →

The Warrior King at it again

It seems he's on the news a lot again lately. The Warrior King started Ramadan in Mecca and then was seen in Aqqaba doing his prayers. Then King Abdullah helped residents in Jordan fight a fire near his Hashemite Palace a few days ago. He then went an had an iftar banquet tasty welcomed the... Continue Reading →

Jupiter is now the oldest divisive planet

It never ceases to amaze me. NASA has now come out and said that Jupiter is the oldest planet in the universe (http://www.space.com/37173-jupiter-oldest-planet-solar-system.html) and was the cause for dividing our solar system (https://arstechnica.com/science/2017/06/new-study-suggests-jupiters-formation-divided-solar-system-in-two/). It seems like since last year, NASA has been putting out and finding more new information on Jupiter than any other planet.... Continue Reading →

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