I haven’t done the research on this, because I don’t have the astronomy software to verify his statements. But it’s interesting and I’ve blogged about similar things in the past, so here it is for whatever it’s worth to you. I have no idea what it means, apart from the usual, which is true for all of us regardless of how near or far away the end of the world may be:
Jesus can call you home at any time, so keep yourselves holy and prayed up! And don’t forget that, while we are saved by faith, we will be judged on our works. Don’t believe me? Read Matthew 25 and the Epistle of James.
“And a great sign appeared in heaven: A woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars. And being with child, she cried travailing in birth, and was in pain to be delivered. –Revelation 12:1-2
On November 20, 2016, Jupiter, the King planet, entered into the “womb” of the constellation Virgo the Virgin. This day was also the Feast of Christ the King and the last day of Pope Francis’ declared “Year of Mercy.”
Due to retrograde motion, the King planet spent the next 9 ½ months within the “womb” of the Virgin constellation.
On September 23, 2017, while the moon was at the feet of Virgo and the sun was rising directly behind her, Jupiter moved out of the “womb.” Upon the Virgin’s head were twelve “stars”, formed by the nine stars of the constellation Leo the Lion (another king), with the planets Mercury (Messenger), Venus (Woman), and Mars (Man).
The celestial “birth” of the King planet on September 23rd occurred just 3 weeks before October 13, 2017, which will be the 100th anniversary of the great miracle of the sun at Fatima.
On October 13, 1884, exactly 33 years prior to miracle, Pope Leo XIII had a vision in which he heard God grant Satan one hundred years to try and destroy the Church. Jesus was 33 years old when he died and rose again. Immediately after his vision, Pope Leo XIII composed this prayer to St. Michael.