God created the Sun Moon and Stars for a purpose,
the wise men who understood the law's of the universe is the true Physican guided by God.
Happy Birthday Capricorn !!!
“When you ignore your gift, you runaway from your purpose.”
My mission here is to restore the lack of knowledge and fear of the unknown and assist others in searching
for the truth. Lunar Insight has presented research that establishes the validity of Astrology. My dedication to research
continues. Astrology is spiritual and among the oldest of mysteries. I encourage the community--including practitioners, researchers,
educators, and students--to participate in the research on this web site. Lunar Insight's goal is that you achieve knowledge
on your purpose that God has created you for.
be Turning Retrograde on December 19, 2016 at 2:56 AM PST and at 5:56 AM EST, on this same day
the planet Mars will be making a sign change from Aquarius to the sign Pisces the red cross of the zodiac. During this
retrograde the balance is needed in communicating with others, the danger is that you may adopt an arrogant or self-righteous
tone that will alienate you from others. Try very hard to plan everything carefully and not overlook details. Recognize that
every structure consists of parts integrated into the whole, which can be disrupted by an out-of-place part. Remain flexible
in your point of view and do not assume that you have all the answers. The nature of this retrograde transit makes it quite
easy to correct these faults if you are aware of them. In fact, making the effort to correct them can make this transit an
even more powerful force for good during this retrograde.
"God said, 'Let there be lights in the expanse of the sky to separate day from night; they shall serve as
signs for the set times - the days and the years; and they shall serve as lights in the expanse of the sky to shine upon
the earth.' And it was so. God made the two great lights, the greater light to dominate the day and the lesser light to
dominate the night, and the stars." Gen .1:14-16
These two great lights are the sun, and the moon, respectively. The word for 'set
times' here is moedim (appointed times) which is the very word that Yahweh chooses to use to describe His festivals. One
more passage that speaks of these two lights is found in Psalms 104:19: "He made the moon to mark the seasons; the
sun knows when to set."
This passage clearly sets the moon apart as the main marker of the
seasons, while the sun is to mark the day. The moon that reflects the light of the Sun confirms throughout the month as
it waxes and wanes that the created order is not chaotic. Its visible rebirth each month is very orderly and precise, but
not absolutely predictable. Therefore, each month has a degree of expectancy about it.
The Ordination of the New Moon
The months in the Sacred
calendar are established as lunar months. Therefore the sighting of the new moon was ordained to establish the beginning
of the monthly cycle and therefore the first day of the month. The moon's full cycle of illumination lasts a little over
29 days. Thus we have our biblical months of either 29 or 30 days.
The New Moon is a precise
astronomical event and can occur on different days because of the rotation of the earth. The determination of the New Moon,
therefore, must be determined from the time in which it occurs in Jerusalem to ensure the uniformity of religious worship
throughout the world, given increased communication.
This is based upon scripture which places Jerusalem
as the throne of Yahweh (Jeremiah 3:17), the centre-point of the law which will be given under Messiah (Isaiah 2: 3) through
the waters of the Spirit (Zechariah 8:22; 14:8-21). God has placed His name there for ever (2 Chronicles 33: 4) Before the
time of modern calendars, the new moon was vitally important as it was the official announcement of when the new month had
begun. Because Yahweh gave commandment to observe the feasts and festivals in their given times it was vital to keep accurate
count of when the new month began to celebrate the festivals correctly.
The Supermoon back again on December 14, 2016 This is the third Supermoon in a row in 2016.
The Moon Hasn't Been This Close in Almost 69 Years
On Monday (Nov. 14) at 8:52 a.m. EST, in New York the Full Moon
will arrive at its closest point to the Earth in 2016: a distance of 221,524 miles (356,508 kilometers) away. This distance,
which is measured from the center of the Earth to the center of the moon, is within 85 miles (137 km) of the moon's closest
possible approach to Earth; to be sure, this is an extreme perigee.
Two hours and 37 minutes after perigee (the moon's closest point to
Earth), the orb will officially turn full. In recent years, the media has branded full moons that coincide with perigee as
"supermoons," and this month's full moon will likely get a lot of extra attention since it will be the closest
since Jan. 26, 1948. So be prepared. It is certain that there will be considerable ballyhoo over this particular
full moon. (I wonder if there will be somebody who will dare call this a "Super-duper-moon?") The
full moon won't approach this close again until November 2034, although there were even closer full moons in January 1912
and January 1930.
The New Moon On October
30, 2016 at 12:38 PM in New York. This is the 2nd New Moon in this month and the last New Moon before the election on November
New Moon Solar Eclipse on September 1, 2016. 2:02 PM PST
and 5:02 PM EST. A great time to tune into the universe and all that's around
Strawberry Full Moon makes this summer solstice a rare thing.
Once in-a-lifetime special. The 2016 North America summer solstice happens on June 20, 2016
at 6:34 PM EDT.That's the very moment when, essentially, the Sun stands still at its northern most point seen from Earth.
It's zenith doesn't yearn north or south, but waits patiently at the Tropical of Cancer before switching directions and heading
south again. This is where the word solstice comes from. It's the Northern Hemisphere's first summer solstice full moon since
1967. What makes this so special is that the Full Moon and the solstice happen the same day.
The New Moon takes place at 19 degrees 16 min of Aquarius at 6:40 Am in Los Angeles and at 9:40 Am in New
York on February 8, 2016.
A rare celestial show this week.
A rare celestial show this week. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Five planets line up in the pre-dawn sky for the first time in 11 years. Mercury, Venus, Mars,
Jupiter and Saturn will be visible at the same time.All 5 planets will can be seen before dawn at 6.50 am EST on Wednesday.
They will be visible each day before dawn through February 20, 2016. Mercury
moves from evening to morning sky. Mercury is at the tail end of a fine evening apparition for the Northern Hemisphere. Because
Mercury reaches perihelion – its nearest point to the sun – on January 8, that means the solar system’s
innermost and swiftest planet is speeding up all the more. It'll pass in between the Earth and sun on January 14, to transition
over to the morning sky. This world will become visible in the eastern sky before sunrise, starting around January 20.
Once Mercury enters into the morning sky, it'll join up with the other four morning
planets – Jupiter, Mars, Venus and Saturn – to feature the first appearance of all five visible planets in the
same sky since the year 2005. Look for all five visible planets to adorn the predawn/dawn sky from about January 20 to February
expect people from both Earth’s Northern and Southern
Hemispheres to see Mercury with relative ease by around January 25. Mercury will be at its best in the morning sky for several
weeks, centered around February 7, 2016. At this juncture, Mercury rises about 80 minutes before the sun at mid-northern
latitudes. At temperate latitudes in the Southern Hemisphere, Mercury rises a whopping two hours (120 minutes) before sunrise.
As always, no matter where you live, binoculars help out with any Mercury
Although Mercury’s upcoming morning apparition will be a good
one for both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, it definitely favors the Southern Hemisphere. Mercury might be visible
for the whole month of February, 2016 in the Southern Hemisphere. The stars Antares and Spica will also be visible in
the same patch of sky. Uranus and Neptune are the only two planets that won't be seen.
Next occurrence in 2040 “grand conjunction” of planets would occur 24 years from now, on Sept.
10, 2040 when the five planets will appear close together in the sky. The difference is that in 2040 all planets line up
in the sign Libra creating a need for balance.
The Eiffel Tower has been lit up in the colors of the
South African flag in memory of Nelson Mandela.