God wants to hurl the stars in huge amounts from heaven upon Earth.

What has Nemesis to do with Orion and Canis Major? - Comment on 2012 December 24

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A star stands already in the east, which will break the course for Orion, and the fire of the Canis Major will consume them all; and I want to hurl the stars in huge amounts from heaven upon Earth, so that all villains get killed and my light shines everywhere. Read more:

It is Christmas and the birth of Jesus was indicated through a star. His second coming will probably also be indicated by a star. On this website the first disaster of the times of the end is described as Earth Upheaval and there is an extra chapter for it, Earth Upheaval. This Earth Upheaval will probably be triggered by the hitting of celestial bodies upon Earth. One subject of this is the star that is approaching and which is announced by Bertha Dudde. One of the last webpages of this website, which deals with this approaching star, is 2011 Aug 08 – Nemesis – invisible companion star of the Sun. And the astronomers are looking for this Nemesis object.

Today now I read in a work by Jakob Lorber and found there a relative short reference to such an event.

The book by Jakob Lorber, in which I read, is called Die Haushaltung Gottes (The household of God). The passage is in Volume 1 and there in chapter 1, in the 12th and 13th verse.

Here the text:

A star stands already in the east, which will break the course for Orion, and the fire of the Canis Major will consume them all; and I want to hurl the stars in huge amounts from heaven upon Earth, so that all villains get killed and my light shines everywhere.
I, Jehovah, God from eternity, the truthful and faithful for the last warning. Amen.

The word star could be understood so that really a star, therefore a sun, is meant, and that could be a second sun of our solar system. This possibility was assumed by scientists after they discovered the celestial body Sedna, of which orbit in our solar system makes no sense without such a second sun.

Such a second sun could move towards Earth and it could bring other celestial bodies with it, which then get hurled upon Earth.

The word star must not always describe a sun, the word can also describe other celestial bodies. When we for example have a look at the night sky we might see quite bright stars and they can then be planets of our solar system. The words fixed star describes more real suns; they are celestial bodies which are so far away that we hardly perceive their movements and therefore seem to be solid, fixed, in the sky. Contrary to that our planets are not fixed and their position in the sky changes every day, exactly like the position of the Sun and the Moon.

Scientists therefore suspect the existence of a second sun in our solar system and they are therefore looking for it. The observation systems established in the last years do this partly automatically; the biggest problem for the astronomers seems to be that they do not know where to look for a second sun in the sky.

This passage by Jakob Lorber would be an ideal reference for astronomers to give particular attention to this place in the sky. But they do not read such things and if they would have this information, then they would probably feel stupid about it and not use it.

Based on the number of bright stars and because their arrangement is easily remembered, Orion is an outstanding constellation.

Orion, sometimes subtitled The Hunter, is a prominent constellation and visible throughout the world. It is one of the most conspicuous, and most recognizable constellations in the night sky.

Orion’s Belt is called Drie Konings (Three Kings) or the Drie Susters (Three Sisters) by Afrikaans speakers in South Africa.

Orion can be seen in central Europe about from August (morning sky) to April (evening sky), in the Southern Hemisphere in higher degrees of latitude about from July to May.

In the priod May-July (summer in the Northern Hemisphere, winter in the Southern Hemispher) Orion is in the daytime sky and thus not visible at most latitudes.

Orion’s seven brightest stars form a distinctive hourglass-shaped pattern in the night sky. Four stars form a large roughly rectangular shape, in the centre of which lie the three stars of Orion’s Belt.

         The constellation Orion




Canis Major is a constellation near Orion. Its name is Latin for ‘greater dog’. Canis Major contains Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky. Sirius is popularly called the Dog Star. Sirius or Alpha Canis Majoris, is one of the closest stars to Earth at a distance of 8.6 light-years. Sirius is also a double star; its companion is called Sirius B. The two orbit each other every 50 years. The star is also recognized as Canis Major’s nose. Epsilon Canis Majoris, also called Adhara, is the second brightest star in Canis Major and the 23rd brightest star in the sky. It is 430 light-years from Earth. It is a binary star. The band of the Milky Way goes through Canis Major and therefore background galaxies are hidden behind interstellar dust clouds.

Orion is mentioned in Job 9:9, Which maketh Arcturus, Orion, and Pleiades, and the chambers of the south, and in Job 38:31, Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion? and in Amos 5:8, Seek him that maketh the seven stars and Orion.

So the bands of Orion might be loosened.

Particularly conspicuous is Orion Nebula M 42, which is visible by the naked eye, the brightest area emission nebula of the sky, were the coming into being of new stars can be observed. It only portrays the shining tip of an enormous cloud complex of interstellar matter, which stretches away from us and passes through the entire constellation. There is the famous Horsehead Nebula, a dark cloud, which clearly stands out before the emission nebula C 434.

Nebulae play a role in Bertha Dudde’s prophecy 6324:

A sure sign of the near end is the becoming visible of a star, which moves in the direction of your earth and still takes a strange path - which will often escape your view and then suddenly come up again, because it is accompanied by impenetrable nebulae, which now and then dissolve to again and again solidify anew.

So parts of this Orion nebular could be very close to Earth and hide Nemesis despite it being very close to us, and both, the parts of the nebular and Nemesis are part of our solar system.


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