‘Betelgeuse’ star in Orion constellation due for explosive supernova

I have written previously about the constellation Virgo and the part Jupiter plays in the Revelation 12 sign as it leaves Virgo on its way to Taurus, where it will meet Mars on August 13, 2024. Remember,  the Hebrew name for the constellation Taurus is Shur which means ‘coming to judge. The Hebrew name for Mars is Ma-Adim which means ‘the red one’ or ‘the Son of Man’. Also in the constellation Taurus is a cluster of stars known as the Pleiades which means ‘the congregation’. The clear meaning of this is “The Son of Man comes to judge with His Congregation, or saints.”

OrionThis Taurus sign will occur August 13, 2024, just 4 years from now. But, there is another happening in the sky that may also signal the nearness of the coming of the Lord. And it is happening in the constellation Orion. Notice that Orion is just before Taurus, in fact it is one of the Deacons of the constellation Orion. There are only 12 major constellations but each of them have several Deacons, or accompanying constellations. Taurus is one of the major constellations and Orion is one of Taurus’ Deacons.

Orion is known as the mighty hunter, holding a mighty club in his right hand and a lion’s skin in his left hand. He wears a brilliant starry girdle to which hangs a mighty sword, the hilt of which is the head and body of a Lamb. His right shoulder is marked by the bright star Betelgeuse, his left shoulder by the star Bellatrix and his uplifted foot by the star Rigel. Betelgeuse means “the Branch coming”, Bellatrix means “Swiftly coming or Suddenly destroying”, and Rigel means “the Foot that crushes”. The three stars, from which hangs a glorious sword are known as the Three Kings and also as Jacob’s Rod. Just as Isaiah wrote –

“There shall come forth a Rod from the stem of Jesse, And a Branch shall grow out of his roots. … Righteousness shall be the belt of His loins, And faithfulness the belt of His waist.” – Isa. 11:1-5

Orion constellation

Orion Constellation

Orion means “He who comes forth as light, the Brilliant, the Swift.” The Arabs called him Al Giauza (the Branch), Al Mirzam (the Ruler), and Al Nagjed (the Prince). This constellation represents the coming Messiah who is coming swiftly to destroy His enemies.

Orion has been one of the most constant constellations in the sky so, what does this men that one of it’s brightest stars is about to explode in a supernova? And this just a few years from the Taurus sign happening? And remember, Orion is one of Taurus’ deacons and is just before it in the sky.

It bears watching. Remember the stars were given for signs foretelling the future.

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