Future proves past. Fall of Babylon written in the sky
How many coincidences before mathematically impossible?
Anyone who takes an interest in astrology will be aware that we are now experiencing the much heralded conjunction of Pluto, Saturn and Jupiter in the sign of Capricorn. Jupiter was the last to join the conjunction, entering Capricorn in December 2019. Since then, the three planets have been moving closer and closer together and this comes to a head on November 13th, 2020, when they will be lined up within 5 degrees of one another. (This means that they appear to be lined up one behind the other when viewed from the Earth.) The conjunction of these three planets, in the sign of Capricorn, is an extremely rare occurrence. The last time Saturn, Pluto and Jupiter were together in Capricorn was in 1285, at the time of the Crusades. Before that, the previous time they lined up was in 1894 BCE!
When I mentioned this to a friend, he told me that 1894 BCE might have been around the time of the birth of the civilization of Babylon. Intrigued, I went to Wikipedia and looked up “Babylon” and went straight to a sentence which said: “Babylonia – A small Amorite-ruled state which emerged in 1894 BCE” Wow! Is it possible that in November 2020 western civilization may be completing a great cycle of time that began nearly 4,000 years ago in Babylon?
Babylon does not get good press in the Bible, but it was here that some of the earliest known sets of laws were created – rules for regulating trade and settling disputes. In those ancient times, the idea of establishing rules to better manage human behaviour was a precursor for the development of the Judaic, Christian and Islamic civilizations that emerged from the Middle East.
The above 3 paragraphs were from Rebekah Hirsch of Charting the Soul , please read the rest, it’s very important information: 2020, AN EXTRAORDINARY YEAR: THE PLUTO, SATURN, JUPITER CONJUNCTION IN CAPRICORN
Fall of Babylon photos, maps and allot more information can be found on wikipedia
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