Star and Full Moon Symbol


The Lamp Hanging from the Well of Souls is Jupiter in Proximity to the Full Moon. During the early hours of the night of May 27, 2018, Jupiter with the full moon appeared in the east of the sky and an extremely bright planet Mars appeared briefly in the west of the sky.

Mars was the brightest star and the second brightest object in the night sky, Jupiter was the second brightest star and the third brightest object in the sky, and the full moon was the brightest object in the night sky of May 27, 2018.

Jupiter is a five-pointed star because it is the fifth planet in the Solar System. Mars (the forth planet) is a four-pointed star, and Saturn (the sixth planet) is a six-pointed star.

The full moon is Isaac (the Cornerstone), and Abraham is represented by Jupiter. Since Isaac is the Son (Jesus) and Abraham is the Father, the full moon in proximity to Jupiter implies the ascension of the Son to the Father. This ascension is the rise of the moon from Mecca to Jerusalem. In Mecca, the moon is the black stone; in Jerusalem, the moon is the cornerstone.

The black stone or dark moon represents Ishmael, and the cornerstone or full moon represents Isaac. This means that the abode of Ishmael is Islam in the Grand Mosque in Mecca and the abode of Isaac is Islam in the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

Since the five-pointed star is the Father (Abraham), and the Lamp is Isaac, the Lamp with the five-pointed star is Isaac in Abraham's bosom.
No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him. (John 1:18) "KJV"
The only begotten Son: Isaac

The Father: Abraham

The only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father: Isaac is in Abraham's bosom at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem

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