Glory

Heaven = Saturn

Clouds of Heaven: Clouds of Saturn

Gory = Circle
         = Ring

Great glory: many circles or rings

Planet Saturn is the Lord (King) of the rings, like Christ is the King (Lord) of Glory. Christ comes surrounded by the rings of Saturn to portray his own great glory. Christ’s glory is made up of many circles; and the rings of Saturn portray the circles.

Time is in circles; and Christ comes with a very long history. The long history is many years. And when the many years are measured, they are like many circles. A circle could be the circle of twelve months constituting a year; and since Christ comes with many years, he comes with many circles of twelve months.

The Clock is the instrument used for measuring time. It is central to the ability to measure the twenty four hour period in a day. The seven days constituting a week, the four weeks constituting a month, and the twelve months constituting a year, depend on the ticking Clock. The Clock, the instrument used for measuring the basic unit of all the other levels of Time, is made up of twelve sub-units. Small wonder all the glory of Christ are summarized into the twelve rings constituting Saturn’s Disc.

Seconds, Minutes, and Hour, are measured in a circle of twelve units – the Clock. The twelve rings in Saturn’s Disc also portray the circles of sixty seconds, sixty minutes, and 12 hours. These smaller circles are the basics of the years of Christ, the months in Christ’s years, and the weeks constituting the months in Christ’s years.

Saturn’s hexagram is the sign showing that Christ has come.
The Sign: the hexagram

The hexagram is Christ himself; and it is a sign. It is called a sign because this sign has been iconic of the people of God throughout the past centuries. The hexagram has been an icon of Judaism, and has been preserved for several generations. It is the only convincing sign showing that the Messiah of the Jews has arrived.

The hexagram was the bright star visible in the sky when Christ was born. It was expected that the hexagram should appear in the sky during the period of Christ’s birth. And it did appear over Saturn as glowing Saturn’s hexagram in the North Pole of Planet Saturn.

Saturn is the largest star visible in the sky during the early morning hours. It is the last star still visible in the sky during the first few moments of sunrise. This means that Saturn is the star ushering in the day-light by crossing from the darkness of the early morning hours to the light of the early morning hours. This is why Saturn is called the Morning Star.

The Morning Star was one of the many prizes God promised to give to those who win the victory:

“I will also give them the morning star” (Revelation 2:28)

Morning Star = Saturn

I will also give them the morning star: I will give them custody over planet Saturn.
This means that the hexagram will become theirs and planet Saturn will become their eternal home. There were others contesting for the Saturn. Although there were some called gods there, Christ was out to cease the planet from them and give it to his own people. So, we shouldn’t be surprised why Planet Saturn is playing a very crucial role here.

In a rare appearance, Saturn was visible as a beautiful ring in the East of the Sky during the early morning hours. This rare occurrence was the first sighting of the star of Jesus by the three wise men. The three wise men saw Saturn in its rare magnificent ring form in the East of the sky during early morning hours.

“We saw his star when it came up in the east.” (Matthew 1:2)

We saw his star: we saw the hexagram or we saw Saturn

His star = the hexagram
              = Saturn

The East: Christ comes starting from the east of the sky

“For the Son of Man will come like the lightning which flashes across the whole sky from the east to the west” (Matthew 24:27)

Saturn was visible in the sky when it was still dark and remained visible in the sky during the first few hours of day-break. This means that Saturn is the star that ushered in the day. It is the star of the morning

Therefore Christ coming from the east means Christ comes, beginning early in the morning.

The East = Early Morning

The West: Christ comes ending in the west of the sky.

A very bright star, brighter than Saturn, was visible in the west of the sky during the early hours of nightfall. This star signifies the evening of Christ’ Day. And Christ coming from the east to the west implies that Christ and reigns throughout the day until it is nightfall.
The lightning flashing across the whole sky from the east to the west is the rising of the sun in the east to the setting of the sun in the west. At sunrise was Saturn; at sunset was Jupiter.

Jupiter was glowing when the three wise men saw it. During the first coming of Christ, Saturn to Jupiter or East to West or Sunrise to Sunset is the transition from the Law to John the Baptist. It is the transition from the Hexagram (Judaism) to the Pentagram (the Orthodox Church).

Jupiter = Fifth Planet in the Solar system
             = 5
            = Pentagram (or Pentagon)
            = the Orthodox Church
            = Constantinople
            = John the Baptist
                                    
Saturn = Sixth Planet in the Solar System
             = 6
            = Hexagram (or Hexagon)
            = Judaism
            = Jerusalem
            = Moses

After the first coming of Christ, there was the night. After the night came the next morning when Saturn – the hexagram – ended the darkness and ushered in a new day. The new day is the second coming of Christ.

During the second coming of Christ, Saturn to Jupiter or East to West or Sunrise to Sunset is the transition from John to Jesus Christ. It is the transition from the Hexagram Pentagram (the Orthodox Church) to the Square (the Catholic Church).

Jupiter = Fifth Planet in the Solar system
             = 5
            = Pentagram (or Pentagon)
            = the Orthodox Church
            = Constantinople
            = John (Water Baptism)
                                    
Saturn = Sixth Planet in the Solar System
             = 6
            = 2 × 3
            = 2 × Trinity; 3 = Trinity (Testament)
            = Star (2 Trinity); 2 Trinity = 2 Testaments or 2 halves of the Holy Eucharist
            = Christ (the Word); the Word = Holy Bible = 2 Testaments (2 Trinity)
            = the Catholic Church
           = Vatican
           = St. Peter’s square
           = the Square
           = Peter
         

Although Constantinople is located west of Jerusalem, it is east of the Vatican City. Therefore when Christ came down to Constantinople, he was in the east heading to the west – the Vatican City.

During the first coming, Jesus began from the east as the hexagram in Jerusalem and ended in the west as the pentagram in Constantinople. And during the second coming, Jesus began from the east as the pentagram in Constantinople and ended in the west as Christ – the hexagram – in the Vatican City.

Note:
The hexagram – Christ – in the Vatican City is a Square. The square is divided into four squares by a cross so that the Cross is used to substitute the hexagram. Both the square and the hexagram are formed by two right-angled triangles. In the Church, the hypotenuse sides of the two right-angled triangles are united to form the square. While in Judaism, the two right-angled triangles intersect to form the hexagram.

The first coming of Christ is the first half of the Holy Eucharist, and the second coming of Christ is the second half of the Holy Eucharist.