- A grievous vision is declared unto me;
- the treacherous dealer dealeth treacherously, and
- the spoiler spoileth.
- Therefore are my loins filled with pain:
- pangs have taken hold upon me, as the pangs of a woman that travaileth:
- I was bowed down at the hearing of it;
- I was dismayed at the seeing of it.
- My heart panted, fearfulness affrighted me:
- the night of my pleasure hath he turned into fear unto me.
The largest planet in our immediate solar system, Jupiter takes its name from the Jupiter the god in Roman mythology (Zeus in Greek myth) who was the king on the pantheon. He is the son of Saturn who represents Satan.
Jupiter overthrew Saturn in the ongoing saga of power in ancient myth. Herein lies symbolism of “old father” and “new father” as well as old ways and methods replaced by newer methods.
On 23 September 2017 Jupiter will appear in the birthing canal of Virgo.
- A chariot with a couple of horsemen,
- a chariot of asses, and
- a chariot of camels;
- and he hearkened diligently with much heed:
Columbia, a personification of the United States (much like Britannia for the UK and Marianne for France), is a face of a demon, as are female representations of Liberty and Freedom. Columbia is the feminine personification of America, who first appears in the poetry of African-American Phillis Wheatley in 1776 in a letter to George Washington during the revolutionary war. Throughout the Revolution, the image of Columbia was used all over the new America: cities were named for her, songs were sung about her, and her image can be seen throughout the architecture and art of the period. Until 1932, the United States had a Goddess depicted on nearly every coin minted; the Goddess of Liberty. She was the focus of the Morgan Dollar, the Peace Dollar, the Seated Liberty dollar…the dime that people refer to as a “Mercury Dime,” was actually a “Goddess of Free Thought,” designed by Mint designer Adolf Weinman.