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The writings herein reflect the views of the authors based upon their research into extra-Biblical writings and commentaries.  Some of the comments counter what is written in the Bible, but they do reflect some early Christian and Jewish-Christian thinking and debates over various Christian theology of that time.

Perspectives of Steven Turner
Riding on the Clouds of Heaven

It has been said that fish have no feelings, and thus Jesus Christ did allow people to eat fish with their bread. Me and my Pa are ancient Pisces, sealed by the keys of heaven. In modern dates we are known as Aquarians of the Clouds of Heaven. (2 Esdras 13:3) The ancient Greek Ouranos is plural and means heaven. (Sirach 33:14, 42:23-25) Ouranos is said to the planet of the Aquarius Constellation. Plural with birthdays 7 days apart, as Ouranos is the 7th planet.

(Matthew 24:30, 26:64) (Mark 13:26, 14:62) (Luke 21:27) (D&C 45:44) (JS-M 1:36)

Pa turned 60, 7 on the 20th, when the keys of heaven opened the 60 years of Chinese Earth astrology. (Hebrews 12:26-27, 13:11-12) He, being born on 2-20, and me on 2-27, reveals the duel Hebrew 22s of Ouranos. Being seven days apart, and yet the 27th is the 8th day as the 20th is the 1st. (Exodus 22:30) And as my mom was born an ancient Libra, we lay aside every weight aside on the 7th day/constellation of Libra, beginning with Aries the first, revealing her as a Virgo Virgin, the 6th constellation according to modern dates. My son and I were both born on the Sabbath, of Virgins. He being an ancient Scorpio and a modern Libra, and my mom an ancient Libra and a modern Virgo, they both weighed up, moving off the scales of the Sabbath to the Jewish astrology and holidays, with eclipses. They are not weighed on the scales on the true Sabbath. (John 10:17)

(Hebrews 12:1) (Revelation 22:16) (Hebrews 12:1-28)


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