The 7 Other Planets In Our Solar System Will Form A Line As The Path Of The Great American Eclipse Of 2024 Crosses America

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by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:

The Great American Eclipse of 2024 is truly going to be a once in a lifetime event.  A few days ago, I wrote about how this eclipse will pass over 7 locations named “Ninevah” as it moves across our country.  Since I wrote that article, I have also learned that the eclipse will go over a location in Texas named “Jonah” too.  That is pretty incredible, but what I have to share with you today is even more amazing.  Last week, I shared something that Rachel Baxter has discovered with my core subscribers.  I wanted to get their feedback before I shared it with the general public.  Like me, many of them were absolutely blown away by this discovery.

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This information is so explosive, and I feel that it is important to try to get it out to as many people as possible before the eclipse arrives.  So I can’t hold it back any longer.  Today, I am going to share with the whole world what I shared with my core subscribers last week…

Since the Great American Eclipse of 2017, we have been waiting for the Great American Eclipse of 2024, and now it is less than 2 months away. On April 8th, the Great American Eclipse of 2024 will complete the giant “X” over America that the Great American Eclipse of 2017 started. Amazingly, on that exact day the seven other planets in our solar system will “line up” in the sky. This is an extremely rare event, and it will never be seen again.

So why am I so concerned about what is going on in the heavens?

In Luke 21:25, Jesus specifically told us that we should watch for “signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars” just prior to His return.

And what I have to share with you today is absolutely amazing.

During the month of April, so many things are going to be happening in the heavens.

Let me start with things that are commonly known.

On April 4th, just 4 days before the Great American Eclipse of 2024, there will be a “planetary alignment” that will involve 4 planets

The next planetary alignment takes place on April 4, 2024. It will feature four planets – Venus, Neptune, Saturn, and Mars. The planets will align in the morning sky. Venus, Saturn, and Mars will be visible to the naked eye, but you’ll need a telescope or high-powered binoculars to see Neptune.

Half of the planets in our solar system will be aligned on that day, and that is pretty remarkable.

In addition, there will be 4 “planetary conjunctions” during the month of April.

On April 3rd, we will witness a conjunction of Venus and Neptune

On April 3, at 10:53 GMT (06:53 a.m. ET), Venus (mag -3.8) will pass 0°17′ of Neptune (mag 8.0) in the constellation Pisces. Venus is visible with the naked eye, but Neptune requires a telescope or binoculars with good magnification. From the Northern Hemisphere, the conjunction will be difficult to see because the planets will be too close to the eastern horizon in the morning. From the Southern Hemisphere, the event will be slightly easier to see as the planets will be higher above the eastern horizon.

On April 10th, we will witness a conjunction of Mars and Saturn

On April 10, at 18:46 GMT (2:46 p.m. ET), Mars (mag 1.2) will pass 0°24′ from Saturn (mag 1.1) in the constellation Aquarius. Both planets will be visible to the naked eye. Observers in the Southern Hemisphere will be able to see the planets high above the eastern horizon in the morning. In the Northern Hemisphere, the view will be poorer as the planets will be closer to the eastern horizon, rising just before sunrise.

On April 20th, we will witness a conjunction of Jupiter and Uranus

On April 20, at 07:30 GMT (03:30 a.m. ET), Jupiter (mag -2.0) and Uranus (mag 5.8) will meet in the constellation Aries. The distance between the planets will be only 0°31′. Observe the planets in the evening, low above the western horizon, just after sunset. This conjunction will be better seen from the Northern Hemisphere; in the Southern Hemisphere, Jupiter and Uranus will be very low. Don’t forget to bring binoculars to see Uranus — this planet is too faint for the naked eye, especially from light-polluted cities.

And on April 29th we will witness a conjunction of Mars and Neptune

On April 29, at 04:01 GMT (12:01 a.m. ET), Mars (mag 1.1) will pass extremely close to Neptune (mag 7.9) in the constellation Pisces. The apparent distance between the planets will be only 2’14” — even the distance between Jupiter and Saturn during the Great Conjunction in 2020 was greater (6.1 arcminutes). The conjunction of Mars and Neptune will be much less spectacular, however, because Neptune is too faint to be visible to the naked eye. Grab a pair of binoculars or a telescope and look for the duo in the east in the morning. Observers in the Southern Hemisphere will have a better view.

But everything that I have just shared with you pales in comparison to a discovery that has been made by Rachel Baxter.

In addition to our planet, there are 7 other recognized planets in our solar system.

In January, all 7 of those planets, along with the sun and the moon, began to “line up” in the sky.

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