Bob Ware (29 Nov 2020)
"Total Solar eclipse on day Electoral College picks the President 7 days later Jupiter and Saturn align on the Winter Solstice"

The Electoral College will select the next President of the United States on 14 December 2020. There will be a total solar eclipse across a portion of South America on that same day. 14 December 2020 will be the exact center point between two solar eclipses that will complete a giant X across the United States. The first of these two eclipses occurred on 21 August 2017 and the next will occur seven years later on 8 April 2024.


Seven days after 14 December 2020 there will be a conjunction of Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. The last time Jupiter and Saturn came this close together was in the year 1226. There are those who believe that the Star Bethlehem may have been the conjunction of these same three planets. This seven day period between the solar eclipse on 14 December 2020 and the conjunction of these three planets may be echoing the seven day warning that God gave to Noah in Genesis 7:4 before the floods began.