Some of you may remember my post back in September about the Abraham Accord Temple Coin. This was a special coin designed and minted to commemorate the Abraham Accord Peace plan signed that month. It's actually got quite a bit of strange symbolism on it. If you didn't see my post, I encourage you to do so. I'm not going into it again here. However, I am going to point out something that I missed and something that several commenters on that blog post pointed out to me that made my jaw drop. Here's the back of the coin
Like I said, if you want to read my thoughts on the symbolism here on the coin, please go to my article. What I want to focus on here is the tiny planet at the top of the coin. When I first saw it, I thought, Oh, they have a picture of Saturn. Saturn represents Satan, so I just assumed they were telling us who orchestrated all of this. But then someone pointed out that the planet itself is not Saturn but Jupiter. Notice the stripes around the planet? Saturn does not have stripes like that. Only Jupiter does. And Jupiter does not have rings. Hence, they combined the two planets into one
Did you know that on Monday, December 21st, there is going to be a very RARE Conjunction of the two planets, Jupiter and Saturn? If you haven't heard about it, it's all over the news. Many are touting it as the Christmas or Bethlehem star. In fact, many theologians and astronomers believe the Bethlehem star to have been a conjunction between Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars.
On December 21st, these two planets have not been so close in proximity for 800 years. (8 in the Bible represents New Beginning) There are tons of articles on the Web about this coming conjunction, so if you want to check it out, just type in Christmas star conjunction or something similar and you can read about it and also find out how to see it.
Back to the Coin. WHY would they put a symbol of an obvious conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter on this coin? (Jupiter is the King planet and in Biblical astronomy represents Jesus) Are they trying to tell us something will happen on that day? Is it a warning? Is it to mark a coming event? I guess we'll find out soon enough.
Another interesting thing is the 3 phrases of Peace spread across the coin in 3 languages.
For when they say, “Peace and safety!” then sudden destruction comes upon them, as labor pains upon a pregnant woman. And they shall not escape. 1 thess 5:3