The Spacecraft Juno Coming Face to Face with Her King

by | Oct 11, 2019 | Biblical Astronomy

On August the 5th 2011, NASA embarked on a mission to Jupiter by launching the spacecraft Juno.

NASA stated that the purpose of the mission is: With Juno we will investigate the unknowns of Jupiter’s massive radiation belts to delve into not only the planet’s interior but into how Jupiter was born and how our entire solar system evolved.

It took almost 5 years for Juno to reach Jupiter and she finally entered Jupiter’s orbit in July of 2016.  Over the last three years Juno has been collecting information on Jupiter.  For me, the question arises, why is this mission occurring now, why Jupiter and why Juno?

Jupiter is the King planet… illustrating Yahshua the King.

The spacecraft’s name, Juno, finds its origin in the Greco-Roman mythology. Embedded within the myth of Juno we find the blueprint of her current mission, namely to see the true nature of Jupiter.  

The god Jupiter drew a veil of clouds around himself to hide his mischief, but his wife, the goddess Juno was able to peer through the clouds and see Jupiter’s true nature.

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Launches to Jupiter

Having entered the Kingdom Age, I wondered if this mission of Juno to Jupiter could correspond in any way to our own desire at this time to see our Lord’s true nature… to behold His Glory with unveiled face, as in a mirror and to know as we are known? (1 Corinthians 13:12 and 2 Corinthians 3:18).

It was therefore most remarkable to see that Juno’s final view of Jupiter, before her instruments were powered down in preparation for her insertion into Jupiter’s orbit, on 4 July 2016, revealed her true identity.

The configuration of Jupiter and His moons that she captured was an exact mirror image of the constellation Cassiopeia – the Glorified Woman… and thus we see 2 Corinthians 3:18 illustrated…

The final photo Juno took of Jupiter before her insertion into Jupiter’s orbit (above mirror line), reflecting the constellation of Cassiopeia (below mirror line)

And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, being transformed into the same image…

2 Corinthians 3:18

The glorified woman’s reflection in the King and the King’s reflection in the glorified woman… face to face… as one… United.

Now three years on, and looking at this image of Jupiter and His moons mirroring that of Cassiopeia I am reminded not only of our destiny, but also the very fact that our Heavenly Father is doing this marvellous work within His people at this time… a process in which all our bonds (flesh perceptions – Andromeda) are broken so we can be lifted up as Cassiopeia, the Glorified Woman… and when this process is complete, what we will see in the mirror is that our reflection corresponds to that of our King.

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