US Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence
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Declaration of Independence

The United States Declaration of Independence from Great Britain was approved by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, Day 186.  The Congress had actually voted to declare independence from Great Britain on July 2, but the formal wording of the Declaration of Independence was not approved until July 4.  That document was released to the press and published.  The original, which may have been signed only by John Hancock, President of Congress, and Charles Thompson, secretary, was not preserved.  The formal, engrossed copy of the Declaration that has been preserved was signed by 56 delegates.  Most of them signed it on August 2.

The numbers associated with the Declaration of Independence have significant meaning.  July 4 is the 7th month, for categorical punishment, and the 4th is for weakness.  The number, 1776, depending upon parsing can mean:  17, lawlessness; 77, Reverse Process Reversionism; 76, skill.  The document was skillfully written.  Day 186 means the son of the bondwoman persecuting the son of the free.  And the number 56 (original signers) means soldiers dropping like dung in the open field.

By the time the Declaration of Independence was approved, the Revolutionary War had already been underway for over a year.  The Continental Army led by George Washington was fighting the British, and there were frequent acts of rebellion, riots, and widespread discontent against the Kingdom of Great Britain.  The Declaration of Independence formalized the policy of the thirteen independent states against Great Britain.

Star Chart

Declaration of IndependenceThe Star Chart on the day of the signing of the Declaration of Independence contains a Grand Trine and a Yod, along with three planets in Gemini and two planets in opposition.  The Grand Trine symbolized the stability of the United States in the stand against Great Britain.  And the Yod symbolized the critical timing of the Declaration of Independence in relation to the Revolutionary War.  The three planets in Gemini brought forth the Marriage analogy of the Millennium in the formation of a new government to provide freedom for the citizens of the virgin land.  And the two planets in opposition symbolized the conflict between an outcast and a restorer.  The intention of the colonists was to throw out the British and restore freedom to the people.  The intention of the British was the opposite.

Since the time of the signing of the Declaration of Independence is not known, the Ascendant sign is not known.

The Sun Sign was Gemini, which symbolized a glorious Marriage.  The Moon Sign was Aquarius, which symbolized the citizens of the independent states (colonies).  The glorious Marriage was between the new government of the United States and the citizens.

Grand Trine

The Grand Trine connects the God of the Covenants Planet, Moon, and Red Planet.  The God of the Covenants in Virgo symbolizes a caretaker or covenant of the virgin land.  The Declaration of Independence was the first of the covenants that would govern the new land of the independent states.  The Moon in Aquarius symbolizes adherents of ideologies, or the citizens of the independent states.  The citizens of the United States had believed the Declaration of Independence and rejected the authority of the British crown.  The Red Planet in Taurus symbolizes a world war.  The Revolutionary War involved the nations of the world.  The British Empire symbolically ruled the world.  To oppose Great Britain would be tantamount to world war.  Other nations quickly took sides in the conflict between the US and Great Britain.

Gemini Marriage Symbolism

The Sun, Almighty God Planet, and Morning Star were in Gemini.  The Sun in Gemini symbolizes a glorious Marriage, like the Marriage of Christ, the King, and His Bride in the Millennium.  The new Marriage was between the new government of the United States and the citizens (formerly colonists).  The Almighty God Planet in Gemini symbolizes a Marriage Feast, a time of great celebration.  The birth of the new nation would be celebrated on July 4.  The Morning Star in Gemini symbolizes the husband as the leader in Marriage.  The new government that declared independence was like the husband who would lead his new wife (the citizens).  All this is the Marriage Culture analogy that is the root, or foundation, of a nation.2


The Yod indicates a crisis in timing.  The critical time is marked by the two planets at the base of the isosceles triangle of the Yod.  The two planets are the Savior Planet in Cancer, signifying a restorer, and the Redeemer Planet in Virgo, signifying a redeemer of the virgin land.  The opposition that must be resolved in this timing window is the nation of citizens of the independent states as symbolized by the Moon in Aquarius.  The new government must restore the freedom and redeem the virgin land from Great Britain in order to establish the citizens of the independent states in the new land.

The symbol of the restorer (Savior in Cancer) was also in opposition to the Last Adam Planet in Capricornus, a sign of an outcast.  The first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired at Lexington, Massachusetts when the Minutemen and the British fought on April 19, 1775.  The Revolution broke out at Lexington, which is at 42 N., for Baal and Jezebel.  Great Britain had come under the power of the Evil King and Prostitute of Babylon (Jezebel) and was, consequently, abusing the colonists.  In the Revolutionary War both the US and Great Britain were trying to be the restorer and to cast the other out.  The two planets in opposition on the Star Chart indicate that the conflict on the ground had its origin in Divine Design and the Angelic Conflict.  It was God's plan for the United States to be the new Client Nation in the place of Great Britain.


Taurus corresponds to Great Britain on the Zodiac Map.  The Red Planet in Taurus symbolizes world war.  The American Revolution was tantamount to a world war.  The Mediator Planet in Taurus symbolizes the mediator of the new Client Nation, which would be the United States of America.  The Continental Congress in adopting the Declaration of Independence became the mediator of the new nation.

Declaration of Independence Star Chart Planets

Sun Gemini Glorious marriage
Moon Aquarius Citizens of independent states (colonies)
Savior Cancer Restorer
Morning Star Gemini Leader in marriage
Red Planet Taurus World war
Almighty God Gemini Marriage feast
Ring Planet Virgo Caretaker, Covenant of the virgin land
Mediator Taurus Mediator of the Client Nation
Redeemer Virgo Redeemer of virgin land
Last Adam Capricornus Outcast



1. "United States Declaration of Independence," Wikipedia Encyclopedia.
2.  Larry Wood.  Marriage Culture.
3.  "Battles of Lexington and Concord," Wikipedia Encyclopedia.

Released February 5, 2010 - Revised February 26, 2010

Author: Larry Wood
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