September Star Constellation Declares, “I’m Glad You’re Not My Daddy

I’ve been holding on to this article since August of 2017. While I feel this topic has been clearly addressed, due to some people misquoting some of my previous writings, as well as those who have wanted to know my position on this matter, of mine, I’ve decided to go ahead and release this article.


September 2017 Constellation Declares, “I’m Glad You’re Not My Daddy!”

Why I allow myself to get sucked into some of these crazy galactic discussions, is beyond me. Nonetheless, for those who are being amped up about September 23, 2017 cosmic alignment, let me draw your attention to a few known facts.

But before I do, let me just say that I do believe countless cosmic movements and alignments have prophetically pointed to some amazing revelations in the kingdom of God and will continue to do so in the years to come. After all, I’m the guy who wrote the book “Space The Prophetic Frontier.”

Having said that, I also believe there is a lot of prophetic nonsense that gets tossed around as future prophecies from God.

So what about September 23, 2017?

Christopher M. Graney in Astronomy Essentials highlights a few basic facts about September’s planetarium alignment.

“First, in one year, thanks to the Earth’s annual orbit, the sun travels the entirety of the ecliptic, thus passes through every one of the 12 constellations of the zodiac. The sun is in Virgo every September.
Second, in one month the moon goes through its cycle of phases, and travels the entirety of the ecliptic, and thus passes through every constellation of the zodiac—all owed to the period of the moon’s orbit being one month. Therefore there is always a day or two every year when the sun is in Virgo and the moon is just to the east of Virgo (just past the “feet”).

So, the celestial “woman clothed with the sun with the moon at her feet” is as common in September as is the U.S. holiday of Labor Day.”

Christopher continues,

“But what of the crown of 12 “stars,” comprised of three planets and the nine stars of Leo? The response to this question is another question — why nine stars in Leo? There are many more than nine stars in Leo. Those nine are the brighter ones, which are often depicted as comprising the general outline or shape of the constellation. In fact there are scads of stars in Leo and surrounding the “head” of Virgo.

So the sun in Virgo, the moon at Virgo’s “feet”, and Jupiter in the constellation are regular occurrences.
This leaves the planets at the “head” (the number depending on the number of stars granted to Leo) as the determining factor in making a “momentous” celestial arrangement. Indeed – while various Internet sources speak of the specific celestial arrangement here as being “unique in human history” or “once in 7,000 years” – in fact, it is not unique to September 23, 2017.

This basic arrangement happened before — in September 1827, in September 1483, in September 1293, and in September 1056. While this search only goes back one thousand years, from 2017 to 1017 — there are undoubtedly other examples outside of that time period and probably more examples within that time period.”

Therefore, it is my belief that the future September 23, 2017 alignment is just another wonderful historic rotation of the heavens above.

I realize that no matter what I say about September or any other month of the year, there are those of you who will not give up on your position on the future chaos of the world and its eventual demise.

To those who still believe God is determined to punish humanity into a place of repentance, I just want to say, “I’m glad you’re not my Daddy!”

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