Jean Stepnoski (20 Apr 2013)
"Meanings of Arcturus: The Night-Watcher, Red Herdsman, A Gathering Together"

Dear Doves,
   There is one more significant component part of signs in the heavens the night of 4-24-2013. It will be the red star Arcturus. Red is a color to remind us of the color of blood on the night of Second Passover. The information is mostly from  for you to research. Located in the constellation Bootes, on the left knee of the Herdsman, the bear keeper, it is the brightest star therein. It is the number four brightest star in the sky that night. It is a rendering of the Hebrew word ash related to the constellation of the Great Bear. Ash however may also relate to the Arabic word meaning night-watcher, because the Great Bear always revolves around the pole, and to our northern hemisphere never sets. In Hitchcock's Dictionary of Bible Names, Arcturus means a gathering together. It is referenced in the Book of Job in Job:9:8-9. "[God] which alone spreadeth out the heavens, and treadeth upon the waves of the seas. Which maketh  Arcturus, Orion, and Pleiades, and the chambers of the south." Presently, Arcturus points to or "spikes" to the star Spica in the knee of the constellation Virgo. This is for you at
   We can construct a sentence from these clues and other celestial phenomenon.  During the Second Passover night on 4-24, brightly shining blood red Arcturus, the Night-Watcher Red Herdsman under the nearly full Pink Moon, watches for a Gathering Together while pointing to Spica (First Fruits) covered or hidden by the Moon (Bride of Messiah/Christ) in the constellation of Virgo (the Maiden, the Virgin) with the approach of Saturn (the Adversary, Satan). Will these be momentous symbolic signs in the Sun, the Moon, and the Stars that night and related to the event of the Blessed Hope? We shall know soon.
With Love and Shalom,