Astrology is based on such occultist phenomenon and superstitions all of it is to be avoided and means nothing other than being repetitive worldly events of the material realm. The Holy Spirit is where we can find Truth brought to anyone who seeks it from God the Father though Jesus Christ; not from the stars.
I had to point this out on another pseudo religion mindset bloggers spiel!
“No grasshopper not God and the Universe! God and Jesus Christ who are one in the same! Not the Universe; the universe is only material and ending or falling away as “Holy Scriptures” have told we humans for ages. The blind leading the blind! No one or nothing can lay claim to what Jesus said and did. Foolish modern mankind with its designer world and designer religions! Missed the boat and the Truth; being defiant, rebellious and wrong! Transgression just like Lucifer’s; who was Cast Out! The fallen with the falling away Universe or “material world;” which is the realm of the fallen one the prince of darkness! Your choice is simple; so much so that even a fool knows. The Truth is self-evident and the signs are too. All the Glory is His; He the Father, Son and Holy Ghost which are in heaven. Amen.”
Jesus answered, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.” John 14:6
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
NASA officials say this “great conjunction” won’t be seen again until 2080
As Christmas nears, astronomers are urging citizens to look to the sky in a few weeks to witness something not seen in almost 800 years.
From Earth’s viewpoint, Jupiter and Saturn are getting very close to one another and will look like a double planet when they appear to nearly collide on Dec. 21 — the date of the winter solstice — forming a rare phenomenon known as a “Christmas star.”
“Alignments between these two planets are rather rare, occurring once every 20 years or so, but this conjunction is exceptionally rare because of how close the planets will appear to be to one another,” Patrick Hartigan, an astronomer at Rice University, toldForbes.
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