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spiritual fact

"Every natural fact is a symbol of some spiritual fact".

Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882
American lecturer, poet and essayist

Introduction

The more ancient and knowing peoples regarded the origin and meaning of the constellations as divine in source and sacred in significance.  Hence, we have chosen a celestial theme to explore the divine connection.

The Revelation of God is written in the heavens.  Therefore,  we seek to point people to faith and knowledge of 'sacred-space' using cyber-space.
 

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Read our current content on our blog:

  • The Heart of the Magi Part 2
    The Heart of the Magi [Part 2] Happy New Year and God’s Abundant Blessings to everyone in 2017! In our last blog post in December of 2016, we recalled how the Magi followed the Star of the Messiah-Jupiter to Jerusalem and then Bethlehem. This study will expand on that basis as Part 2 of the […]
  • The Heart of the Magi
    Biblical Astronomy of the Birth of Christ This final message during Christmas weekend of our December 2016 blog is a Big Thank You to all of our new and longer standing readers and supporters. We have some exciting and unique products set to launch in 2017 and we will keep you updated on these events! […]
  • Biblical Astronomy of the 2016 17
    2016-17 Comets and the Blood Moon Tetrads There has been some noteworthy Comet activity in the heavens during 2016, going into 2017, relating to our previous November 2016 blog. We noted significant events in the Nov. 14th Super Moon post, which was the largest Super-Moon since the 1948 Super-Moon, preceding the Blood Moon Tetrad of 1949-50. We should also realize […]
  • Biblical Astronomy of the Super M
    Biblical Astronomy of the November 14th, 2016 Supermoon This month’s Super-Moon should provide two good nights of observation depending on local cloud cover and other observing conditions; Sunday evening close to sunset, 11-13-16 and the following Monday evening on 11-14-16. We’ve seen Super-Moons before — this will be the second in a series of three this […]