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The Zodiac, Cherubim & The Sphinx - Zodiac astrology mythology, Ezekiel 41:18 And it (the paneling of the holy place of the temple) was made with cherubs ...and two faces were to a cherub, the face of a man, toward the palm tree from here, and a young lion's face toward the palm tree from there. It was made to all the house round and round...on the wall of the temple. Myth and God's Message in the Heavens The pictures found today in the zodiac were not developed by the Greeks, but were in place perhaps as early as 4000 B.C. predating even the civilizations of Sumeria .

These pictures were not merely arranged in haphazard order to aid in the tracking of the star movements, but with the purpose of depicting an epic narrative. Authors like Bullinger and Seiss have suggested that there is a deeper meaning, one that goes beyond even the most illuminated of occult interpretations. The zodiac is a pictorial story of God's plan of salvation on earth. Sphinx were often placed at entrances to palaces or temples of antiquity.

Printer friendly version. Hebrew Mazzaroth. ZDK ASTARIA Cultures - EMUSPATEL Introductory Literature Creator's Design Proclaimed in the Sky! (Prophetic Types in the Jewish Constellations and Hebrew Stars.) For thousands of years, Mankind has looked up into the night skies and beheld the starry-heavens. And the breathtaking sight has caused him to ponder the MEANING of what he is seeing. Thus, Philosophers have long confused one another over what that actual meaning might be! Even others have muddied the already cloudy waters by attaching all kinds of myths and superstions to the starry-heavens. So, where does the TRUTH lie? Well, as you may have noted in the rest of Our Web Site, WE feel that it is OUR sacred duty to bring you the TRUTH. Meaning of the Term? The true meaning of the term has been greatly obscured, for the Pagans and the Idolaters have asserted that the Mazzaroth is simply the Jewish Zodiac. Now, the Hebrew term Mazzel (or Mazzalah) simply means a light in the sky.

The Holy Scriptures record: Consider the Passage: 1. ?? The Zodiac-Bible In The Stars. Not many folks have heard about the Bible in the stars. This is definitely NOT astrology. Astrology can't even put three signs together to make a story, whereas, the 48 constellations that make up the true Zodiac all go together to tell the story of Jesus, the Redeemer.

The story includes His birth and life prophesy(the first four major Signs; 16 constellations), His dealings with His elect people(the second four major Signs), and His coming in triumph over Satan( the last four major Signs). You can listen to an introduction, a detailed account of the first sign, Virgo, and a summary of the whole Zodiac by going to the Zodiac section of the Straight Talk Archive . This page also includes the Lunar Zodiac, which, while approaching the subject from a totally different place, still tells the same story of the Redeemer. Below, I've included a Harmony that resulted from my study of this subject. As it was complete, even if minimal, I chose to include it now. Joseph A. Joseph A. Amazing, huh? Astronomy of Babylon. With the exception of the Venus tables of Ammiza-duga, which probably originated in the seventeenth century BC, most of the surviving Mesopotamian astronomical texts were written between 650 and 50 BC.

These clay tablets with cuneiform writing are called astronomical diaries, and they are the unmistakable observations of specialists: professional astronomer-scribes. A typical diary entry begins with a statement on the length of the previous month. It might have been 29 or 30 days. Then, the present month's first observation - the time between sunset and moonset on the day of the first waxing crescent - is given, followed by similar information on the times between moonsets and sunrises and between moonrises and sunsets, at full moon. When a lunar or solar eclipse took place, its date, time, and duration were noted along with the planets visible, the star that was culminating, and the prevailing wind at the time of the eclipse.

Assyrian star map from Nineveh (K 8538).