The Remnant published an astonishing article in 2016 about an astronomical phenomenon that is supposed to happen for the first time in cosmic history this next Saturday, September 23rd, 2017. You may have already heard about this. If not, here is the scoop, basically.
This Saturday the planet Jupiter (named after the Roman king god) will pass through the "womb" of the constellation Virgo ("The Virgin"), and at the same time the Virgin will look to be crowned with 12 stars (yes 12) and the moon at her feet.
Does that remind you of a certain prophesy from the Bible?
These are astronomical facts. The constellation Virgo will objectively appear to be a Virgin, crowned with stars, with a moon at her feet. She will clothed by the Sun. Again, those are the plain scientific facts.
When I wake up Saturday morning, I'm not expecting any biblical world events. But friends, considering this amazing arrangement in the heavens corresponds so closely to the Scriptures, oh and the fact the 100th Anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima happens this October 17th, then I think it is a fair question what might happen.
Patrick Archbold of the Remnant wrote about it HERE.
Laramie Hirsch, being an astronomy buff, gave his ponderings about it HERE.