Let me make myself clear, under no terms am I trying to promote some occult idea about the stars. The Lord makes it very clear when he says in Deuteronomy 4:19 not to bow down to stars, sun, or the moon. You are not supposed to worship these heavenly objects of space. In no way shape or form are you to bow down to them and make an image out of them. There is a prevalent argument among some Christians who believe the gospel is written in the stars, while others says it isn’t because it is never mentioned in the Bible, and since it is not mentioned in the Bible, then it can’t be validated. I stand on the argument that the Gospel was written in the stars. How did Adam spread the message of the promise seed to come if they themselves never had a bible to read?   

Adam passed the information of Jesus coming to Seth, who explained it into the star system for generations to come before the Bible was created.  I believe that the fallen angels corrupted the original message by Seth before the flood. The Book of Enoch mentions two fallen Angels by names in Chapter 8:3 when Baraqijal (taught) astrology, and Kokabel the constellations. It is here after Seth that the Fallen Angels laid an evil root unto a message intended for the world. If you haven’t read Part 1 of this series, do so now. Then you will understand Seth’s role in naming the constellations.  So the gospel was laid upon the stars by Seth and when the fallen angels came to earth before the flood, they corrupted it. The idea carried over after the flood by Noah’s grandson Cush, who was the father of Nimrod, who created the Tower of Babel. The Tower of Babel was Nimrod’s way of setting his will towards God and to try and stop another flood from happening, but the tower was supposed to be a conduit, in a sense, to tap into the heavenly realms, and to achieve that power long lost forgotten from the past before the flood. Nimrod resurrected Idol worship and spread idolatry among his people.  

Here is another example that Nimrod knew of something about the heavenly realms and its gospel.  The Book of Jasher chapter 8 speaks about Nimrod’s wise men seeing signs in the heaven about a great king being born.  Sound familiar?  Read Part One to understand what I mean.  They interpreted the signs in heaven (i.e. stars), and relayed it to Nimrod who ordered the slaughter of the child.  Who was this child he was trying to destroy?  Well, none other than Abraham.  Nimrod’s wise men saw a star from the East where they were able to interpret the coming of Abraham.  So why add all this information in here?  So I could build a case for the gospel in the constellations.  It is up to you if you want to believe it or not.  Ignorance is bliss and if we don’t search with all our hearts about truth, then the winner can basically write about whatever he wants about the past.  We all know what Jesus did for us when he died on the cross. We don’t need the stars to tell us that, but we can take comfort that its message was written in it.

Resources you should read:

Book of Enoch

Book of Jasher

PART 3: The Message Written In The Stars



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