Topic started on 9-2-2003 @ 09:41 AM by Nans DESMICHELS
The Bible mentions the constellation Orion specifically:
twice in Job (Job 9:9;38:31)and once in Amos (Amos 5:8).
The Hebrew name for Orion is Chesil (KHESIL) which means ža strong one, a heroÓ.
Egyptians name for Orion is Oar (OUAR) meaning žbrightnessÓ and also Hagat, žthis is he who triumphsÓ.The AkkadianŪs name for Orion is Urana
(OURANOS) which means žlight of heavenÓ.
The original spelling of Orion, (ORIENT), shows the Egyptian and Akkadian roots -- both denote a God of resurrection coming to the earth.
Jesus is the one who was slain, who will come as the Prince of Light and Glory to judge the world and those who live there.
In Job 9:9;38:31, Orion, and 12 zodiacs signs are noticed to prevent JOB friends about GOD CREATION UNIQUE.
POWER. These stars are mentioned as morning stars.
In Amos 5:8, Orionis Pleiades are mentionned as a danger comming from deep skyies.