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Gospel In The Stars

From the Ancient Astronomy in BC Bible Days

before misleading astrology and modern astronomy existed.

Astrology is actually a deviant distraction from the Real thing – the Creator's Story

He has to give us, that Patriachs in Old Testament Times used to follow

in their understanding of God and Creation.

Make Sure to SEE This Site!

The Gospel in the Stars: Part 1-3

An amazing True Account of the Star Constellations

depicting and testifying of the Life of Christ and Salvation for man.

You will never read anything like it.

Know the Difference - It's so Important

Yes, for all our knowledge_ astronomy Today with it's profound beauty, sadly lacks these Vital Truths!

The website Link above will take you to lines up Scriptures (inspired words of God) in both the

Old and New Testament

of the Bible with each Star Sign and accompanying Stars linked to them.

The Biblical View of the Constellations

David wrote, “The heavens declare the glory of God … Day unto day utters speech, and night unto night shows knowledge.” Obviously, there is a message in the heavens that we need to understand.

If Christians could only understand the original prophetic message given in the ancient names of the stars and constellations, no one would become ignorantly involved with astrology. The truth would indeed set men free from Astrology.

The stars were originally divided into 48 constellations — 12 major constellations, with 36 decans or sidereal sidepieces.

Furthermore, the stars were given certain names, many of which have survived throughout the course of history. In Psalm 147:4, we are told that God named the stars: “He tells the number of the stars; He calls them all by their names.”

And again in Isaiah 40:26, the prophet wrote: “Lift up your eyes on high and behold who has created these things, that brings out their host by number; He calls them all by names by the greatness of His might and because He is strong in power; not one of them fails”

When David wrote, “night to night shows forth knowledge” (Psalm 19:2), he must have been referring to meanings of the names of the stars. Though most people in our generation are not aware of those ancient names, David and his contemporaries were. In his native language of Hebrew, the names of the stars were commonly used in messianic prophecies.

Kenneth C. Flemming, in his book “God’s Voice in the Stars,” wrote, “God Himself is responsible for the names of the stars. He did not entrust this task to Adam, as He did in the giving of names to animals.

“During the first 2,500 years of history, before writing became widespread, these signs in the night sky were of particular importance. They declared the Glory of God as seen in the coming of the Savior” (page 23).

READ MORE on the Following Website

Three Pages Part 1-3

Part 1 is Introductory like this Excerpt above


of all the Constellations

Yes, they speak the Praises and Glory of God


Here is a Description of Virgo and Stars related

to give you some idea


The constellation, Virgo, was given to represent God’s promise in Genesis 3:15. It was in Eden that God spoke to the beguiling serpent: “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed. It shall bruise thy head, and thou shall bruise his heel.”

The fact that the constellation is called a virgin reminds us of Isaiah 7:14: “Behold a virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name, Immanuel.”

The picture of Virgo is that of a woman with a shock of wheat in her left hand and a branch in her right hand. The brightest star in the constellation is located in the seed of the wheat. The star is called Spica, a Latin word meaning “the branch.” Along with the branch in her right hand, we are reminded of Isaiah 4:2: “In that day shall the branch of the Lord be beautiful and glorious.”

In the Old Testament, our Savior is called “a rod of the stem of Jesse … a root out of dry ground.” And Zechariah called Him the “Branch.”

There are three sidereal sidepieces, which help to tell the story of Virgo, making a total of four constellations. There is Coma — the Virgin with her newborn son; Boötes — the great harvestman; and Centaurus — the archer.


The word Coma means “the desired,” for the child in the lap of his mother represents the desired one, the desire of women, the desire of all nations — the long awaited Messiah.

Isaiah offers another scripture that identifies this child. He wrote:

“Unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The Mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6).

Yes, the virgin of Isaiah 7:14 bears a son, Immanuel — “God with us!”


Boötes is pictured as a shepherd — bearing his rod, and as a harvestman — bearing his sickle. It is the Seed of the woman who will come to reap the great harvest. The word Boötes means, “the Coming One.” Another name for the Constellation was taken from a star in the left knee of the Shepherd. It was called Arcturus, which also means, “He cometh.”


In the ancient star chart, the Centaur is pictured as being half human and half horse. That, however, is not the original concept of the constellation. The name Centaurus simply means, “two natures.” Obviously, it referred to the fact that since the Seed of the woman was “virgin born,” he was not the seed of man. His two natures, then, represent a combination of humanity and deity. He is God clothed in human flesh and, therefore, can rightly be called Immanuel, which means “God with us.”

In Genesis 15, the story is given of Abraham and the covenant made by God with him. Genesis 15:5: “And he brought him forth abroad, and said, Look now toward the heaven, and tell the stars, if thou be able to number them: and he said unto him, so shall thy seed be.”

The message written in the stars refers to the “seed” of Abraham. The telling of the stars and the numbering of the stars presents a prophetic message of the coming Savior of the world. Jesus Christ is the ultimate fulfillment of that great message. Virgo and her attending sidereal sidepieces represent the beginning of an adventure to destroy the seed of the serpent and to rescue the human race.

In the 12th chapter of Revelation she is seen clothed in the sun with the moon under her feet, giving birth to the Messiah. This tells us that His birth was on Rosh Hashanah, a time when the constellation Virgo is hidden by the sun and the new moon appears beneath her feet! Virgo represents both the house of Israel and Mary.

Please Note: I do not endorse Branham's doctrines on Zodiac and Pyramid. He perverted the Gospel. The following Link will take you to a Web-Page that is rich with Scriptures speaking of God's Plan of SALVATION for Man as seen in the GOSPEL in your Bible.

One can get pre-occupied with schools of thought excessively sometimes

but I have chosen this particular source of the Gospel in the Stars

because of the generous amount of Biblical detail by an Author

who is skilled in Scripture (the inspired Word of God).




The passion of Jesus Christ stands alone as the most important event creation has ever known. The Bible tells us that long before the world began, God had planned that the crucifixion of Jesus would be the method and payment for sin – the only payment that would reconcile sinners to a holy and loving God.

1 Peter 1:19-20 – “He paid for you with the precious lifeblood of Christ, the sinless, spotless Lamb of God. God chose Him for this purpose long before the world began, but now in these final days, He was sent to the earth for all to see. And He did this for you.”

Down through history, God provided us a roadmap. He foretold various signs and conditions through His prophets. These prophets spoke of things that mankind should watch for so that the Messiah would be recognized and believed. These signs or prophecies were given to us in the Old Testament. The Old Testament is the part of the Bible written before Jesus was born. Its writings were completed in 450 B.C. The Old Testament, written hundreds of years before Jesus’ birth, contains over 300 prophecies that Jesus fulfilled through His life, death and resurrection.

Mathematically speaking, the odds of anyone fulfilling this amount of prophecy are staggering.

Mathematicians put it this way:

1 person fulfilling 8 prophecies: 1 in 100,000,000,000,000,000

1 person fulfilling 300+ prophecies: Only Jesus!




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