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3:1 And the constellation Sagittarius officiated before the Yehuveh’s messenger, Jupiter, and the opposing constellation Scorpio is on the right side of him [on the Feast of Trumpets, 12 September 2007, and for a short time following].
Bible, KJV Translation:
3:1 And he shewed me Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of the LORD, and Satan standing at his right hand to resist him.
Yehuveh’s Fifth Sign in the Heavens: Commentary on Zechariah 3:1-7 (26 November 2008):
Significant Words and Comments:
Commentary on Zechariah 3:1 (26 November 2008): Following the events of the second Year of Returning (Darius), Zechariah 3:1-4:14 present three astronomical signs which focus attention on events which take place in the third Year of Returning (Darius) beginning on the first day of the seventh month, the Feast of Trumpets, 12 September 2007.
On this Feast of Trumpets, Yehuveh brings His people through a final transformation. Interestingly, the picture we have in English is not sustainable in the original Hebrew text. The apparent picture in the KJV text [“And He shewed me Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of Yehuveh, and Satan standing at his right hand to resist him.”] fails to present the Hebrew here.
As discussed in details with the words below, the Hebrew word for Satan is not a name, but a simple noun or adjective, an opponent. Joshua or Yehoshua, while used as a name, simply means Yehuveh saved, and may be a name for something other than a person; priest is any one officiating. The first words, he showed me, in the Hebrew, are actually fear of father, that is, Father-fearing, Yehuveh-fearing. This renders the verse as, “Father-fearing Yehuveh-Saved, the highest officer, is positioned before the messenger (angel, planet Jupiter) of Yehuveh and the opponent is on the messenger’s right side.” This is still not clear, until we consider the Astronomy-Astrology on this night. The messenger of Yehuveh, the planet Jupiter, this night sits between the constellations Sagitarius [symbol of the tribe of Gad and the Qabbalah quality respect, fear of Yehuveh], and Scorpio [anciently known as the eagle, symbol of the tribe of Dan and the Qabbalah quality persistence in truth].
Study the Chart of Twelves: Ezekiel 1:10 and Revelation 4:7 each list the four fixed constellations, which Numbers 2 ties to four lead tribes.
From this text, because Scorpio, symbol of Dan, is on the right side of the messenger planet it is the opponent. Other associations with the tribe of Dan and the characteristics of an eagle. Genesis 49:16-17 states, “Dan shall judge his people, as one of the tribes of Israel. Dan shall be a serpent by the way, an adder in the path, that biteth the horse heels, so that his rider shall fall backward.” A judge, a snake that bites progress! That’s an opponent! Connecting this information to Zechariah 3:1, the Hebrew term hasatan from which we have derived Satan, rather than speaking of a single being who opposes Yehuveh, is here an address for the constellation Scorpio. Furthermore, Genesis 49:18, which follows this information about Scorpio/Dan, translated “I have waited for Thy salvation, Yehuveh,” in Hebrew says, “Bound to Yehuveh saves,” using the same language as that of Zechariah 3:1. This simply states that Scorpio is “bound to,” adjacent to, a constellation known as Yehuveh saves, Yehoshua, the constellation Sagitarius.
Rather than a dream or vision of the high priest changing clothing, this chapter marks a time when the messenger-of-Yehuveh, the planet Jupiter, is between Sagitarius (saved by Yehuveh) and Scorpio (the opponent), which occurred 12 September 2007. When this time came, Yehuveh said to His people, “Behold, I have caused thine iniquity [rebellion] to pass from thee, and I will clothe thee with change of raiment.” Awesome!
Originally Written: 26 November 2008
Latest Update: 26 November 2008
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