The Solar Eclipse of 2020

“Great Signs shall there be from heaven.”

Jesus – Gospel of Luke 21:12

“The fourth and last lunar eclipse of 2020 occurred on Monday, November 30. There will be one more full moon this year on December 29th.

Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse of 2020 – Blood Moon

Here we are, two weeks later on Monday, December 14th, a total Solar Eclipse occurs just 7 days prior to the Winter Solstice on the 21st. This will be the longest and darkest night of the year. Without the Moon we have no light at all at night except from the stars.

Total Solar Eclipse, December 14, 2020, in the Heavenly Golden Gate

This eclipse is the only total solar eclipse of the year 2020. A truly spectacular celestial event, when the new moon sits fully in the throne of the sun, creating temporary darkness during one of nature’s most awe-inspiring sights.

The Golden Gate

The Heavenly Golden Gate

There was also an annular eclipse on the Summer Solstice, June 21st, the longest day of the year, 2020. This is when the moon slides in front of the sun but does not quite cover it. It produces a “ring of fire” or a crown of fire around the Moon. It has been called the ‘Wedding Ring” effect. This occurred in Silver Gate which is 180˚ out from the Golden Gate to the ‘Gate of Man’.

The Annular Solar Eclipse of June 21, 2020, the Summer Solstice in the Heavenly Silver Gate or ‘Gate of Man’

Two Great Lights

The only time the New Moon can be seen is when it covers the Sun during an eclipse, otherwise it is invisible or unseen/hidden. A phenomenal event because the diameter of the Sun is 864,000 miles while the diameter of the Moon is 2,160 miles. The Sun is exactly 400 times larger than the Moon but is 400 times further away so that from an earthly perspective they appear to be the same size.

Heavenly Measures

Astrologically this eclipse will happen in “The Golden Gate of Heaven” or the “Gate of God” which points to an alignment with the Galactic Equator. The Sun at the solstice slowly shifts through the Galactic Equator of the Milky Way. This Gate is located between Sagittarius and Scorpio where the arrow of the Archer, Sagittarius, is pointed directly at the heart of the Scorpion. This alignment also took place on December 21, 2012. According to the Mayan calendar, this marked the beginning of the end of the Age.

Galactic Alignments of the Sun at the Winter Solstice

2020 – 2012 = 8 years x 360 = 2880
2020 – 2016 = 4 years x 360 = 1440

2020 – 2020 = 0

It can be shown that 144 and 288 are numbers that include not only those who are sealed standing on Mount Sion/Zion and measures in the Wall of New Jerusalem but they are the double confirmation of “the measure of the man, that is, of the Angel” who measures the Wall in the Book of Revelation 7, 14 and 21 and in the The Book of the Prophet Ezekiel 43:13.

If you have ever wanted to see Proof of the Creator, you will find it in this spectacular event. Who can see it without emotion?! And when you perceive the measures of the two Arks built by Noah and Moses as per God’s instruction and how they correlate to these two “Great Lights” you will be in absolute awe!

On Earth as it is in Heaven

Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven!”

Jesus – Matthew 6:9-13

“And God made two great Lights; the Greater Light to rule over the Day and the Lesser Light to rule the Night: and the stars also. And God set them in the Firmament of Heaven to give Light upon the earth and to rule over the day and over the night and to divide the light from the darkness and God saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.”

Genesis 1:16-18

Another phenomenon is happening in the heavens which will climax seven days later at the Winter Solstice, December 21st. That is the Great Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter. From now till then they can be see moving closer and closer together. I will report on that later in the week and how it relates to the Age of Aquarius.

Night sky - Milky Way - Great Conjunction - Winter Solstice
Panoramic Night Sky – Winter Solstice 12/21/20

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