Saturday, August 10, 2019


This article briefly explains the accompanying graphics depicting the Signs in the Heavens after sunset and after dawn on Tisha B' Av or the 9th of Av, which falls on August 10th and 11th, 2019.

Tisha B'Av is the saddest day on the Jewish Calendar - when all religious Jews mourn the loss of the First and Second Temples to Yahweh in Jerusalem. Both of these Temples were reportedly destroyed on this same exact day in the past. But there is a Jewish legend that Yahweh Elohim plans to turn this day into a great day of joy and celebration at some point in the future.

For Christians and Messianic Jews, nothing could be more joyful than the resurrection of the dead and the transformation of the living into immortal saints that will occur at the time of the Rapture. This is why Tisha B'Av has come to be an important Watch Day that signals believers to look for the return of their Messiah and King Yahshua when He comes to rescue His beloved Bride. Though no one knows the day or hour of the return of Yahshua with His angelic army at the time of the Rapture, it would be awesome if the Rapture did occur on Tisha B'Av so this day could be remembered as a time of joy rather than sorrow.

The compelling image below is of the Heavenly Sign that will be visible on the night of August 10th, 2019, at the start of Tisha B'Av:
Heavenly Sign in Sagittarius and Scorpio the Night of Tisha B'Av or the 9th of Av
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The blue text box on the above image contains a note explaining a highlighted feature that is also extremely important in regard to Bible Prophecy, and it reads as follows:

In This Graphic, Note How The Planet Saturn 
Depicting Yahshua's Many Crowns Is Literally
Crowning The Archer Signifying King Yahshua
Coming In Glory As The Planet Jupiter Signifying
Christ as a Suffering Servant Highlights the Foot
Of Ophiuchus that Crushes Scorpio/Satan's Head!

Fascinatingly, this sign on the night of Tisha B'Av on Saturday, August 10th is tied DIRECTLY to the Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius on December 26th, 2019, which will actually fall in the year 2020 per Jewish reckoning - if the Feast of Trumpets is seen as the start of their Lunar Year. Below is the graphic I created for a recent article of this Chanukah Solar Eclipse, which will fall on the 5th day of Chanukah. This day technically highlights the 5th or Servant Lamp on the 9-Branch Chanukah Menorah. As the Servant Lamp, this Lamp is used to light all the other lamps, and therefore specifically signifies Yahshua our Messiah as the Light of the World:

The Amazing December 26th, 2019 Chanukah Wedding Ring Eclipse in Sagittarius
The Graphic below features the most interesting Heavenly Sign that will be evident in the Heavens shortly after sunrise on the latter portion of the 9th of Av falling on Sunday, August 11th, 2019:
Heavenly Sign in Leo and Cancer after Sunrise on Tisha B'Av or the 9th of Av
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The blue text box on the image contains a note explaining a highlighted feature of the graphic that is important in relation to Bible Prophecy, and it reads as follows:

It's Interesting How Sirius A, Which Signifies
Old Jerusalem, The Future New Jerusalem, And
The Everlasting Habitation Of Yahshua's Bride,
Is Aligned With The Sun And Venus Signifying
Yahshua In His End Time Roles As Bridegroom
(Psalm 19:4-5, Malachi 4:2) And The Desire Of
His Beloved Bride Saying "Come!" (Rev. 22:16-17)
At 8 O'Clock AM On Tisha B' Av Per An Orthodox
Monk's Prophecy Of The Timing Of The Rapture

The reference to the monk pertains to a prophecy that a Byzantine Monk gave in ancient times that explains the date of the Resurrection from the Dead and end of the world. Steve Fletcher found that this prophecy could be used to pinpoint Tisha B'Av in 2019 as the time of the Rapture. The Monk said that the resurrection would occur at a specific time on the Sunday after the Feast of the Transfiguration, when the Orthodox Christians celebrate Yahshua's appearance before His apostles in glorified form, along with Moses and Elijah, on top of a high mountain that was located within the boundaries of ancient Israel. The Feast of the Transfiguration fell on Tuesday, August 6th, 2019 this year, and Tisha B'Av is on Sunday, August 11th. I found the time difference in the monk's native land online, did the math, and figured out what time it would be in my part of the world. If the time is correct, it would be at 8 am CST. Hence the time chosen for my graphic of the sign on the morning of Tisha B'Av.

But if the Rapture doesn't happen this weekend, don't despair! Tu B'Av or the 15th of Av is also a high Rapture Watch time, and it falls on Friday, August 16th, beginning on the evening of the 15th. This minor Feast of Israel is a celebration of summer and family, as well as love and marriage. Similar to Valentine's Day in America, it stands as a way to dispel the sadness of Tisha B'Av, and its association with weddings makes it another good Rapture Watch candidate. I'll write more about this minor feast if we're still here on August 12th. I also think that the Heavenly Signs this year may be pointing to Chanukah 2019 as the possible time of the Rapture. Please see my last Ministry Blog Article for a look at the Fetal Development Chart Tied to Yahshua's Gestation Period for one of the big reasons why the Wedding Ring Eclipse in the middle of Chanukah is of such an interest to me:


This is all I've had time to share for now, but I trust that the graphics are self explanatory upon closer examination. In closing, if the Rapture does occur this weekend, I just want to say what a privilege and honor it has been to serve Yahshua and His Body of Born-Again Believers as one of the most vocal and active Sacred Astronomers of the End Times. Many thanks to all those who have loved, prayed for and supported me through difficult times. May our Messiah Yahshua, the King of kings and Lord of lords, bless and reward you all accordingly!

With Love and Blessings
From Your Sister In Yahshua,
Helena Lehman of the
Pillar of Enoch Ministry