Thursday, June 23, 2022

Look Up! Something momentus is about to occur! By T.W. Tramm

MaryLu Here: I came across this article on Tramm's facebook page and while I hesitate to mention yet more "rapture dates", I found it very interesting and encouraging. I hope you do too!
 LOOK UP! Something momentous is about to occur in the heavens.

On June 24, all seven planets in the Solar System, plus the Moon, will be lined up in their correct order on the same side of the Sun.

Such an alignment, called a “great planetary parade,” is extremely rare. According to Astronomer Gary Seronik, it has been about 100 years since a similarly compact parade of planets has graced the skies, and it won’t happen again until 2041.

But could this year’s planetary parade be more than just a rare astronomical event?


Seeing that June–Sivan is the biblical month of weddings, it is noteworthy that on the day of the alignment, the Sun, symbolizing the Bridegroom, Jesus, in Scripture, will transit into the constellation Gemini, the sign depicting the wedding-union between man and woman.

At the same time, the Moon, symbolizing the Bride, or Church, will be travelling slightly out of the planetary line, from planet to planet, as it heads toward Gemini to meet up with the Sun.

The climax occurs on June 29–30, when the Sun and the New Moon come together in the wedding-sign, Gemini, as happens only once a year.

The day after the ‘celestial wedding,’ the Moon will transit into the constellation Cancer, the sign portraying the heavenly home of the Bride, the eternal resting place of many mansions in the Father’s House (John 14:2, 3).

Thus, June’s planetary parade may be seen as a heavenly wedding procession pointing to the ultimate Wedding, the joining of Jesus and the Church, at the Rapture.

But there is more.

Besides June 30 being the ‘wedding-date’ of the Sun and Moon, this day marks the seven-year anniversary of the much-publicized Bethlehem-Star conjunction of 2015. This is significant as the God of the Bible is known for giving a seven-day or seven-year warning ahead of major events or judgments.

For instance:

• Noah was told to board the Ark seven days before the Flood began (Gen. 7:1–4).

• The Israelites circled Jericho for seven days, blasting seven trumpets, before the city was judged (Josh. 6:1–5).

• Pharaoh was warned in a dream about seven healthy cows and seven sickly cows that a famine would begin after seven years (Gen. 41).

With Pharaoh’s dream in view, consider another fascinating connection: June 30 corresponds to the biblical date Tammuz 1, the birthday of Joseph, the young Hebrew who interpreted the dream about the two sets of seven cows:

“Joseph said to Pharaoh, ‘God has shown Pharaoh [in a dream] what he is about to do … Seven years of famine will ravage the land’” (Gen. 41:28, 30 paraphr).

Here is why Joseph’s warning is particularly relevant in 2022: Those watching the signs seven years ago will recall the two cows that were born with distinct number “7s” on their heads around the Feast of Trumpets, the biblical “day of the awakening blast.” In prophecy circles, the cows with “7s” were interpreted to be a modern-day version of the sign given to Pharaoh, a seven-year warning regarding seven years of famine.

Seven years later, in 2022, a burgeoning global food crisis suggests the interpretation was correct. The period of famine foreshadowed by the cows is beginning.


On June 24, all seven planets in the Solar System, plus the Moon, will line up on one side of the Sun in a rare heavenly procession.

One week later, on June 29–30, the Sun and New Moon will unite in the wedding-sign, Gemini.

The next day, July 1, the Moon will transition into Cancer, the sign depicting the Church’s heavenly home.

The day of the ‘celestial wedding,’ June 30, also marks:

• Seven years since the Bethlehem-Star conjunction reoccurred in 2015.

• The first day of Tammuz and the birthday of Joseph, the young Hebrew who interpreted Pharaoh’s dream about the seven years of famine.

Scripture says the heavens ‘speak’ to us:

“The heavens declare the glory of God … Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they reveal knowledge” (Ps. 19:1, 2).

The message of June’s planetary parade seems to be, “the Wedding of Weddings is near!”

On a personal note, the last week of June also marks seven years since I began my watchman ministry, Season of Return, on Facebook. I want to express my sincerest gratitude to the brothers and sisters who have contributed by sharing the posts and their own thoughts and insights in the comments section.

Thank you, everyone, and God bless you. May we meet up soon at the heavenly wedding celebration!
Click HERE to go to Tramm's Facebook article for his notes to this article. Well worth the links.  I couldn't get them to work here from my blog, but here's the text below.

1. Planet parades in general are not uncommon. What makes this year’s occurrence unique is that all seven planets are involved, they appear in their natural order from the Sun, and it happens in June–Sivan, the biblical month of weddings. 
2. June–Sivan is the month of weddings and betrothals in Scripture (Ex. 19; Acts 2; Ruth 4; Song 2).

3. The Sun symbolizes Jesus as the Bridegroom (Ps. 19:4, 5; 84:11). The Moon, the sun’s heavenly counterpart, thus represents the Bride, or Church. The Moon is emblematic of the Church as it has no light of its own. It relies entirely upon the Sun for its light (Ps. 19:4, 5; 84:11). Similarly, man has no light of his own. We were created in the image of God to reflect His brilliance and glory (Gen. 1:27). When we turn to face the majesty of God, when we surrender to Him and seek Him with all our hearts, we reflect His glory, just like the Moon reflects the glory of the Sun (Matt. 5:14).

4. The Sun and Moon meet up every year in Gemini, the wedding sign, for one or two days around the end of June–July. What makes this year’s meeting unique is the planetary procession occurring simultaneously.

5. The biblical study of constellations and their meanings is not the same as pagan astrology. As explained by E.W. Bullinger and others, the constellations, or mazzaroth (Hebrew), illustrate God’s plan of redemption for humanity. This heavenly mode of communication is alluded to in the Psalms: “The heavens declare the glory of God … Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they reveal knowledge” (Ps. 19:1, 2).

6. Constellation meanings:

Gemini – The Wedding Sign

Cancer – The Bride’s Home

7. Having emphasized the dates of heavenly alignments, we understand that signs in the heavens do not necessarily reveal the exact timing of the event they portray. Not even the angels know the “day or hour” of Jesus’ return. This is why we are told to keep watch (Matt. 24:36–44; 1 Thess. 5:1, 2).

8. Bethlehem-Star (Jupiter–Venus) conjunction of 2015: While Jupiter–Venus conjunctions are not uncommon, the one on June 30, 2015, was unique for multiple reasons. First, it occurred amid a slew of other heavenly signs, including solar and lunar eclipses on the biblical harvest festivals and New Year. Second, it mirrored a similarly brilliant triple conjunction of the two planets around the time of Jesus’ birth, in 3–2 BC. Third, like the conjunction in 3–2 BC, it occurred in June, in the constellation Leo, the sign depicting King Jesus, the “Lion of the tribe of Judah.” Fourth, like the conjunction in 3–2 BC, it occurred in the first year of a seven-year Sabbatical cycle. Since both conjunctions took place in the first year of a new seven-year cycle, they are separated by a span of exactly 288 Sabbatical cycles. This is significant as 288 is the totient function of 888, the numerical value of Jesus’ name.

9. Signs surrounding the Bethlehem Star of 2015: Blood-moon eclipses occurred on the spring and fall harvest festivals, Passover and Tabernacles. Also, on Nisan 1, a total solar eclipse darkened the northernmost tip of the globe, the point where the longitudinal lines intersecting every nation and landmass converge. Besides occurring on the biblical New Year, the Nisan 1 eclipse coincided with the spring equinox. For perspective, a total solar eclipse occurs on the spring equinox only one other time during the roughly 750-year period spanning 1662 AD to 2406 AD. Such an eclipse at the top of the globe, however, is said to happen only once every 100,000 years, making the event in 2015 unprecedented.

10. Joseph and June 30:

11. Cow harbingers and the burgeoning food crisis:

12. Coincidentally, 2022 is projected to be a record year for weddings. Due to the pandemic, the last couple of years have seen a sharp decline in couples walking down the aisle (2020 saw the lowest numbers since 1963). However, according to The Wedding Report, a group specializing in marriage statistics, 2022 is set to see an explosion of wedding ceremonies before the numbers normalize again in 2023.

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IMPORTANT MESSAGE: No one knows the day or hour of Jesus’ return (Matt. 24:36). However, a convergence of biblical signs and timelines suggests it is near. To escape the judgment reserved for a God-rejecting world, one must be in a saving relationship with Jesus Christ. If you have not yet done so, call on His name and believe that He is the Son of God who died for your sins and was raised from the dead (Rom. 10:13). Do it today. Time is running out.


  1. Amen and thanks!

  2. Wow!Keep looking up, see you in the clouds!

  3. So incredibly awesome!!

  4. I've have a really good feeling about these planets all aligning like this. We have felt so restless. One thing for certain, we know one of these days it will happen. Jesus is coming for His Church Bride! This just seems a perfect time for it to all come together and let this world have what it thinks it wants. Unfortunately they are not considering God's wrath and judgment either. That is definitely coming. Can't wait to see you in the sky, soon!