Signs in the Sky – Terry Crockett

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Signs in the Sky

March 7, 2023 5:23 PM
Terry Crockett

The world has entered into strange encounters marked with “No turning back” to “what was” as doors open to “Time in My Books”. The world is moving away from what “has been” into “All Things New”! In a year of Supernatural, unexpected, unexplained, Holy visitations and encounters, uncommon and out of the ordinary, God things appear.

The sky will reveal mysteries, such as Stars Bursts, leaving their post and are altogether absent.

A clock (Jupiter – God’s timepiece in the sky) sounding the alarm as if awaken, coming alive to fulfill its mission. 12 comes to mind as they rally around their Host Star serving as time pieces. Number 12, a renegade leaving its orbit bursting into its fellow soldiers causing a ruckus.

9/22/18. Signs in the skies-
Dates on My calendar as Christmas approaches. What do I see but My signs in Moeds. Jupiter, (A clock in the skies) – one of its 12 moons is out of orbit. Which one? Countdown.

6/18/19. One of Jupiter’s moon crashes into Jupiter-
Time pieces if you will, as a moon out of orbit and against the flow causes an explosion disrupting Jupiter’s system in a mid hour explosion. A time piece — a dinner bell calling to the world. (Jupiter is God’s timepiece in the sky. When Valetudo ( One of Jupiter’s moon -number 12) crashes into Jupiter or one of its other moons, it will be like midnight striking the clock)

I see a brother become restless, as he waits for his ride out of town. Saying sweet goodbyes to his long time companion. Compound Stars (piggy back) separate, splitting apart as if repelled from one another.

Constellation of Gemini
New things I bring to light. Far away in another dimension in the outer limits of space hides a secret — a Devine happening. A birth of sorts about to be front and center as a cluster splits and an explosion changes the group, as twin brothers are torn apart. A star about to leave its group in Gemini and brothers remain no longer.

Echos heard in the distance like rumblings (explosions) in deep space causing a disturbance sending waves passing over like a tsunami signaling an alarm. Space has become unsteady and daunting as if a beast has been released.

Something lies at the edge of Time, like an alarm clock set by Devine Providence and Order. At the End of the Age when everything is carefully and purposely brought under the Devine Order, in a time and day known only to God, Himself, when all things bow to their Creator, in an Age ready to close and implode, God prepares and delivers all rule and authority to conform to His Providence.

Holy vibrations, tremors and shakings in the Earth and the Heavens above, as worlds collapse and vanish making way for “All things New”! The old things that have been have become weaken, unable to remain, unstable, fragile and ready to expire.

Once occupied by star clusters, holes in space develop, as Stars disappear.

Signs everywhere if you look! Space travel reaching the outer banks seeing ‘glows’ like auroras deep in space. Sounds bouncing off Satellites like some interference, warning not to proceed. The Universe is active and alive breathing with the Breath of My Life.

In a year of signs, keep watch as a discovery of sorts, something will be picked up — something heard. A witness to testify the “End is Near” as the universe begins to pant and labor to breathe, as if its day of exit has arrived.


Signs in the sky. Keep watch they come with assurance according to My time.


What is host star?
The star around which a particular planet, brown dwarf, or lesser object revolves. Also known as the central star or primary. The more massive a planet or star is, the stronger the gravitational force it exerts. It is this force that allows a planet or star to hold other objects in their orbit.

Which is exactly what makes the twelfth newly discovered moon so interesting. It’s a prograde object, but its orbit—which is unlike any known Jovian satellite’s—carries it directly into the paths of moons from the outer, retrograde group. “It’s basically driving down the highway in the wrong direction,” Sheppard says, “and it makes for a very unstable situation.” The researchers named the wayward moon Valetudo, after the Roman god Jupiter’s great-granddaughter. It was the faintest of the objects Sheppard’s team observed, which makes it not only the palest Jovian moon ever discovered, but likely the smallest, as well.

Pollux (Beta Geminorum) is the brightest star in the constellation Gemini, and forms a striking pair with its companion, Castor. The two stars are of nearly equal brightness, and comprise the “twins” from which we derive the constellation’s name.

Found! First aurora beyond solar system
Posted by. Deborah Byrd
July 29, 2015
Astronomers announced today (July 29, 2015) that they’ve discovered the first aurora ever seen in an object beyond our solar system. It’s also the most powerful aurora ever seen. On Earth, we sometimes call an aurora the northern lights (or southern lights). Thanks to our spacecraft, we’ve seen auroras on other worlds in our solar system, too, for example on Jupiter. This newly found aurora is 10,000 times more powerful than any astronomers have witnessed before. It’s on relatively nearby object, a star-planet hybrid object or brown dwarf called called LSR J1835+3259. The scientists reported the aurora on this object in the July 30, 2015 issue of the journal Nature.

NASA Actually Recorded Sound In Space, And It’s Absolutely Chilling
April 18, 2019
Can you hear sounds in space? Now you’ve probably heard that there’s no sound in space, but technically that’s not true. Now yes, space is a virtual vacuum. However, sound does exist in the form of electromagnetic vibrations that pulsate in similar wavelengths. What NASA did was design special instruments that could record these electromagnetic vibrations, and transferred them into sounds that our ears could hear.

First you see them, then you don’t: Nine stars mysteriously disappear within 30 minutes
July 20, 2021
Palomar Observatory in California detected these transient stars in 1950, which were not to be found in photographs half an hour later and have not been traced since then. The image was captured on April 12, 1950, from the Palomar Observatory in California, which detected these transient stars which were not to be found in photographs half an hour later and have not been traced since then. Such a group of objects appearing and disappearing at the same time have been detected for the first time in the history of astronomy.

Stars are ‘disappearing from the night sky’, astronomers warn
Visibility is dropping even more rapidly than thought, and even despite attempts to preserve views of the sky
Andrew Griffin

Friday 20 January 2023
Stars are disappearing from the night sky in front of our eyes, astronomers have warned.
Every year, the sky gets as much as 10 per cent brighter, according to a major new study. That means that vast numbers of stars that were once visible are now hidden from astronomers and the public.

Thank you again,
Terry Crockett

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