In my previous article, I explained why the Book of Revelation cannot be taken seriously, as it is an absolute forgery used to perpetuate Christianity by attaching Jesus to a revised version of the Sibylline Oracles and the Mysteries of Isis and Osiris. The Catholic Church is NOT to be trusted to tell you the truth about Yeshua (he was never known as “Jesus”). The peer-reviewed, mainstream, scholarly evidence that is now available paints a very disturbing picture of the early Church and their campaign of evidence-creation, silencing critics, murder, pedophilia, and the widespread suppression of the truth. How so many people trust the Church is now mind-boggling to me. But, to be honest, I’m not saying all people that subscribe to a specific set of religious beliefs are ignorant or “bad”. I’m just saying that we have a duty and obligation to do our own independent, evidence-based research to ascertain if what the Church, Synagogue or Mosque is teaching is, in fact, the absolute truth as it pertains to an unbiased account of recorded history. From my research, it isn’t. I can’t help it if our history doesn’t mesh with what these religious texts are saying. That’s not my fault, and that’s also what should propel us to look deeper for the truth that has been obscured by religion for well over the last two-thousand years.
Okay, back to the matter at hand. Here are the passages from the Book of Revelation pertaining to our topic today.
Revelation 12 King James Version
12 And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars:
Let’s dissect that first passage before moving on. First of all, obviously, it’s not meant to be read literally, but astrologically. Take a look at the following image detailing this celestial event that most recently occurred on 09/23/2017.
Obviously, this is Virgo, the Virgin, and she is “clothed by the Sun”, as it sits on her left shoulder. The Moon is “under her feet”, and she has a “crown of twelve stars” on her head, which is really the nine stars of the sign Leo, the Lion, and three additional stars: Mercury, Mars, and Venus.
Fundamentalists, attempting to cement a prophesied and apocalyptic “end” to humanity, will argue that this is a once-in-a-7000-year event. That’s not true. In only the past 1,000 years, not exact but similar harmonizations in the sky have occurred at least four times, in CE 1827, 1483, 1293, and 1056.
2 And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.
The planet Jupiter (Jove in Roman Mythology) stands between the thighs of Virgo and appears to symbolically stand for the “man-child” that was just “birthed.” The planet had previously been in the “womb” of Virgo for nine months, the same time of a full human gestation period, before it crossed the imaginary line connecting the “hip stars”, Heze and Spica.
3 And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.
The “great red dragon” of Revelation is the constellation “Draco” or “Draconis”. Many ancient cultures associated this constellation with a negative aspect of some form or another. We’ll cover one of those from an Egyptian perspective shortly that will show how the author(s) of Revelation plagiarised older texts to build its foundation.
The first clue to understanding what is said in Revelation 12-4, is the reference to the color “red.” Spiritually, the opposite of red is white, which is symbolic of “spirit” in mysticism. Therefore, we can deduce that this reference to red is a negative reference, which in mysticism, is the lower emotional nature that we all possess; for example, Medusa. Of course, if read literally, you still get that obvious connection.
And if the color red is a negative aspect, we can make the leap to the astrotheological attachment to the Zodiac sign Scorpio, the Scorpion, which is attached to the Autumnal (Fall) Equinox, the “sting” of the Sun at the beginning of the “entrance to the underworld”, the beginning of the symbolic “death” of the Sun that culminates at the Winter Solstice.
4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born.
Take a good look at both of those images and their respective descriptions below each one to get a grasp on how the biblical writers wrote about the movement of celestial bodies and subsequently hid these arrangements and movements in allegory to preserve agricultural truths that revolved around the Sun and its strength or lack thereof.
The first part of the above passage “And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth” relates to the tail of Draco and one-third of the stars, or more specifically, 120 degrees of the Zodiac, namely: Capricorn, Sagittarius, Scorpio, and Libra; each one representing 30 degrees of the 360 degrees of the ecliptic. Four signs with each representing 30 degrees for a total of 120 degrees, which constitutes one-third of the 360 degrees of the Zodiac. Notice how the signs appear below the ecliptic? Anything associated with being below that line was believed to be malevolent or evil by ancient cultures. Mainly because these signs represented the weakest portion of the Zodiac for the Sun, ie. Winter, lack of abundance of crops, despair, suffering, and by extension, Satan or the Devil, which is really Capricorn (goat/devil) where the Sun symbolically “dies” and “resurrects” during the Winter Solstice.
The second part of that passage “and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born” was plagiarized from the ancient Egyptian culture, as is depicted in the relief shown above. What we identify as Ursa Major, the Great Bear, they identified as the Mother Hippo. What we identify as Ursa Minor, the Little Bear, they identified as the Baby Hippo. What we identify as Draco or Draconis, they identified as the Crocodile. We see this same celestial scenario play out in the Bible as Mary, Jesus and King Herod; and in Hinduism as Devaki, Krishna and King Kansa. It’s the same celestial allegory that’s been carried forward for many, many centuries.
So there you have it. The only “war in heaven” is between those specific constellations, not good and bad angels or any of that nonsense. In an upcoming article, I will show you why these constellations are “fighting” and what they are “fighting” over.