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First Flight of Orion

First Flight of Orion
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First Flight of Orion

December 5 (Day 339, Sin Leading to Death):  The first test flight of NASA's new Orion spacecraft was completed successfully today.  Orion was launched from Cape Canaveral aboard a Delta IV at 7:05 AM EST (1205 GMT) and splashed down in the Pacific 275 miles west of Baja California at 11:28 AM EST (1628 GMT).  The spacecraft rose to a height of 3,604.2 miles above Earth before returning on its second orbit.  Its 16.5-foot diameter heatshield was tested during reentry with temperatures reaching 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit.   Parachutes were deployed to slow the descent down to 20 mph at splashdown at 23.6 N, 116.46 W.

Launch today under cloudy skies came after yesterday's foolishness.  The weather angels intervened to capitalize on the shortcomings and naiveté of the launch team.  The launch team struggled but were unable to get it together before using up a 2 hour and 39 minute launch window.  It was not NASA's day to go.  Yesterday was December 4, for weakness.  It was Day 338, for dying in the wilderness, which certainly came true.  Today, however, was December 5, for a giant, corresponding to the Heavy Lift launch vehicle and Orion, the mighty warrior.  And it was Day 339, for the Sin Leading to Death (39).

At Launch the Sun was on the Ascendant in Scorpius, and the constellation Orion was setting in Taurus.  The Sun in Scorpius with the first two planets was a Father and Sons configuration, for Satan as the world ruler and sons of lies and murder (Satan's followers).  Satan came up with the idea to use Orion to go to the Red Planet, and NASA accepted it.  The little Orion spacecraft was perched atop three liquid hydrogen rockets with RS-68 engines from 2002.

Chart

Orion Launch ChartThe Chart at the time of Launch of Orion contained a Grand Cross and two Horns.  A Grand Cross is the most intensive sign of suffering, and Horns are symbols of power.  The Horns were 90 degrees apart, like the horns of a goat.  The Horns pointed down corresponded to an animal sacrifice (Heb 9:13-14).  One horn pointed to the Mediator Planet in Pisces, for a priest, and the other horn pointed to the Last Adam in Sagittarius, for an enemy attack.  The two horns could also symbolize the Launch and Landing of the spacecraft.  The Launch Escape System on top of Orion is shaped like a horn.

The Sun was on the Ascendant in Scorpius with the first two planets in a Father and Sons configuration, corresponding to Satan as the world ruler along with sons of lies and murder.  The Constellation Orion was on the Descendant in Taurus.  The Moon had already set in Taurus, for a royal court, corresponding to the VIPs gathered in Florida to watch the Launch.

The Redeemer Planet was in Aquarius, for being redeemed from the sea, or the flood.  Aquarius corresponds to Florida, the location of the Launch.

The Red Planet was in Capricornus, for suffering from sin.  Capricornus corresponds to Texas, the home of Mission Control in Houston.  The Launch was billed as the first step to the Red Planet.  However, it will bring suffering from sin.

Conclusion

The Chart of the first Launch of Orion contained a Grand Cross and two Horns, like those of a goat.  The Grand Cross symbolized the judgment, or sacrifice, of an animal with horns.  The animal sacrifice symbolized the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for the sins of the world (Heb 9:13-14).  The Sun in a Father and Sons configuration on the Ascendant symbolized the conspiracy that sent Christ to the cross, and Orion setting in Taurus symbolized the death of Christ.

The planets on the Ascendant also correspond to Satan and his followers who are making plans to go to the Red Planet.  The Red Planet symbolizes the Blood of Christ, who was sacrificed for the sins of the world (Matt 26:28; Mk 14:24; Lk 22:20; 1 Pet 1:18-19).  It symbolizes the worst suffering in history.    Those who reject the Blood of Christ and want to travel to the Red Planet are seeking to desecrate the most sacred thing in history (Heb 6:4-6).  Such thinking is evil and inspired by Satan.

Launch of Orion was on Dec. 5, 2014, where 5 is for a giant, corresponding to the Heavy Lift Delta IV.  It was Day 339, for the Sin Leading to Death (39).  The first flight test of Orion on this day symbolizes the beginning of the end.

References

1.  "Live coverage: Orion lands in Pacific," Spaceflight Now, Dec. 5, 2014.

Released December 5, 2014

Author:  Larry Wood