Blue Moon VS Red Light
In the early days of paganism the Sun and the moon were prominent deities for several cultures. The sun representing a male deity and the moon a female.
In ancient mythology the serpent was widely regarded as a universal symbol of the sun. Sun worship was common long ago, hailed as the source of all physical life, and the serpent regarded as the source of all spiritual life. Both sun worship and serpent worship began nearly side by side. Aesculapius, the ancient god of medicine, is represented by a serpent wrapping itself around a dead tree trunk, at the side of which springs up a young tree–the palm tree, a symbol of victory and of the restoration of life. For ancient Egyptians the deity of creation was known as Atum, a self-created sun-god whom is often depicted as a serpent deity.
A blue moon is an additional full moon that appears in a subdivision of a year: either the third of four full moons in a season, or a second full moon in a month of the common calendar.
The phrase has nothing to do with the actual color of the moon, although a literal “blue moon” (the moon appearing with a tinge of blue) may occur in certain atmospheric conditions: e.g., if volcanic eruptions or fires leave particles in the atmosphere of just the right size to preferentially scatter red light
Sun Seal Of Solomon
The priests and scientist of ancient times claimed that God works by mathematics.
Ancient religions and mythologies where often a conglomeration of; religion, mysticism, science, and math. The god of the Egyptians was depicted as a red solar disc, known as Re/Ra. The light of red which emanated from the solar god was depicted in hieroglyphics.
If we examine history we see that the religious beliefs of the very first civilisation, the Sumerians, weren’t totally focused on sun worship but they did have a Sun god. While the Sumerian’s Sun god wasn’t the most powerful deity in their culture it initiated the development of future Sun worship. Over the centuries the Sumerian Sun god’s influence grew while other god’s influence diminished.
By the time the Egyptian civilisation was at its peak, the Sun god had reached a supreme position. However, Sun worship reached its height and most involved form with the Aztec, Maya, and Inca civilisations of South America. The Inca culture was totally based on worship of the Sun. – Solar School net
Ancient astrology divides the stars in the heavens into 36 constellations. The number thirty-six is also seen as the early three sixes when set side by side. Amulets or pendants called the ‘Sigilla Solis’ also known as the solis seal, or the seal of the sun, were created by early priests. They contained the figures 1 to 36.
Through charting and mapping of the stars and in accordance with symbols and figures assigned to the sigilla solis numerical system, they claimed the ability to predict and foretell future events. Ancient people had a profound respect for the sun and their veneration for the sun-god of old is seen in many representations through out their culture. On the front side of the amulet of the ‘sun seal’ sits the god of the sun standing upon a lion. This indicated the sun’s position in the constellation of Leo during August. On the back was inscribed “Nachyel,” meaning “intelligence of the sun,” and in 36 squares are arranged the numerals 1 to 36 in such a way that adding the numbers of any column either horizontally or vertically, and also the two diagonals crossing the square, the total produced is the same – 111. The sum of the six columns, computed either
horizontally or vertically, was 6 x 111, or 666
English Gematria Findings: Solis Seal = 666 / A Math of Beast 666
Heft is ancient Arabic for “angel” it is derived from old Mesopotamia and Shaitan is the name of Satan as found in the Koran. In the Koran the devils name “Los ha-satan”
is spelled as “Shaitan”. “Heft Shaitan” is translated as “Angel Satan.” While the word ‘los’ is indicative of the “lost one”. In ancient text the adversary to God is originally called ha-Satan and Los was another name for the fallen Lucifer. The full name of the fallen Lucifer is “Los ha-Satan”, although today Western cultures refer to the devil as Satan. In the text of the Koran Satan is known by the names Shaytan, and Shaitan. Shaytan is the Arabic form of “Los ha-Satan” minus the Lo, dropping the extra S, and adding a Y. In pictures of the devil he is depicted in red, to symbolize fires, and hatred. The Hebrew word for evil was “Ra”.
In Exodus 10:10, Pharaoh says to Moses and Aaron, during one of their ongoing exchanges, רְא֕וּ כִּ֥י רָעָ֖ה נֶ֥גֶד פְּנֵיכֶֽם (reʾu ki raʿa neged penekem), literally “see, for there is evil before you,” or more idiomatically “look, you are up to no good.” By sheer coincidence, the Hebrew word רָעָה raʿa “evil” is the name of the Egyptian sun-god Ra, the head of the pantheon. In this bilingual pun, made possible by this linguistic coincidence, not only does Pharaoh deny the request of the Israelites to worship their God, but he also states, as it were, “that Ra is before you.” – The Torah.com