The Sign of Jonah

Matthew 12:38 states “Then some of the Pharisees and teachers of the law said to him, “Teacher, we want to see a sign from you.”39 He answered, “A wicked and adulterous generation asks for a sign! But none will be given it except the sign of the prophet Jonah. For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.”

What are we to make of this statement? Many biblical scholars have ruled the Book of Jonah out as being the most unintelligible books. The book of Jonah is a parable, and actually one of the most direct parables that exist. I read this passage and drew a time frame from this passage:
“Now the Lord provided a huge fish to swallow Jonah, and Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights.”

After already knowing the material for the book Walking the Path – The Eclipse Theory: A Reflection On The Fallen Angels, when I read this it was obvious to me that this fish in the Book of Jonah is the astronomical constellation of Pisces. Every 2,160 years, which happens to be a 1/12th of the number of years in a 26,000 year precessional cycle, is when the spring equinox moves to a different constellation. The next age we are entering is the Age of Aquarius. If the three days and three nights from Jonah’s book is calculated, 360 times 6 is 2160. 360 degrees is of course the number of degrees in a circle. I don’t think this was by accident. He also talks of a generation, this generation could also be seen as the generation of the Age of Pisces. This age is commonly thought of as beginning with the birth of Christ and the fish is the Christian symbol.

From 1Jonah:
Then the sailors said to each other, “Come, let us cast lots to find out who is responsible for this calamity.” They cast lots and the lot fell on Jonah. So they asked him, “Tell us, who is responsible for making all this trouble for us? What kind of work do you do? Where do you come from? What is your country? From what people are you?” ”

Jesus compares himself to the parable of Jonah. However, in this parable the sailors want to find out who is responsible for this calamity? The raging storm brings to mind the tumultuous age we are in. They want to seas to be calm, so they draw lots to find out who is responsible. Jonah draws the lot and they want to know more about him. Jonah offers to sacrifice himself by throwing himself into the sea. This parable is nearly identical to the act of Jesus dying on the cross and sacrificing himself for mankind. Did Jesus sacrifice himself for mankind in the age of Pisces?





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