I wanted to share with you what is developing now in the evening sky as (for us) the Spring Festivals of God are commencing.

We will be observing Passover the evening of 13 May and guarding the unleavened bread beginning on the 14th of May for seven days according to the instructions of God. (Lev 23 and elsewhere). As I write this post it is 12 May 2014 and guess who is fully appearing in the evening sky at this time?

Yes, it is the Virgin, Bethulah in Hebrew. So I thought I would do a small posting to commemorate the event and share with you the fact that she has arrived in the heavens.

So here she is (from Stellarium):

Virgo fully emerged in evening sky Late April, Early May 2014

Virgo fully emerged in evening sky Late April, Early May 2014

 

The Appearance of the virgin denotes the time of spring and harvest

The Appearance of the virgin denotes the time of spring and harvest

 

That’s why it’s spring when the constellation Virgo is above the horizon at early evening but why it’s winter when she’s not. From the perspective of the Northern Hemisphere, Virgo is absent from early evening sky in late autumn, winter and early spring. Virgo’s return to sky at nightfall coincides with the verdant season of spring.

Bottom line: The constellation Virgo the Maiden fully returns to sky at nightfall – with her feet planted on the eastern horizon – by late April or early May. [EarthSky.com]

bethuwlah {beth-oo-law’} pass. participle of an unused root meaning to separate; TWOT – 295a; n f AV – virgin 38, maid 7, maiden 5; 50 1) virgin

For as a young man marrieth a virgin, so shall thy sons marry thee: and as the bridegroom rejoiceth over the bride, so shall thy Alohym rejoice over thee. Isaiah 62:5

 

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