Sign of Virgo
Sun in Virgo
Star Gospel Nearby Constellations

Sign of Virgo Virgo

Virgo, the Virgin, symbolizes the woman in Marriage Culture as both the Right Woman and mother of the child, including the humanity of Christ.  The constellation, Virgo, is portrayed as a young woman with a trident branch in one hand and a shock of corn in the other.  Virgo, the Virgin, symbolizes the Right Woman (2 Cor 11:2-4; 1 Tim 2:9-15; 5:14-15; Tit 2:4-5) who defeats the Prostitute of Babylon (Rev 2:20-23).

The Lord Jesus Christ was born from the virgin Mary to fulfill the Adamic Covenant by being the Savior of the world.

Virgo is symbolized by the Tribe of Naphtali, who is symbolized by the doe (Gen 48:21).

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Sun in Virgo

The Sun in Virgo symbolizes Christ, the Bridegroom (Psa 19:4-6); the clothing of Israel as the mother of Christ (Rev 12:1), and the believer's Resurrection clothing (1 Pet 1:8).

Star Gospel Nearby Constellations

Constellations around Virgo contribute to a fuller meaning in the Star Gospel.1   The nearby constellations include Coma, Bootes/Arcturus, and Centaurus.
Coma - the Infant

Coma - The Infant (Woman and Child) - The Son of God in Hypostatic Union born (Luk 2:11-12; Heb. 1:5, 2:14, 5:5, 10:5, "a body").  Coma, L. from Gk. = hair - from the hair of Bernice, the wife of Euergetes (Ptolemy III), king of Egypt in the third century BC (Bullinger).  Coma is also called Coma Berenices (hair of Bernice).

Bootes/Arcturus - The Shepherd

Bootes/Arcturus - The Shepherd - "the Good Shepherd gives his life for the sheep" (Gen 48:15; 49:24; Psalm 23:1; 80:1; John 10:11)
  - Bootes, L. from Gk Bowvth" (Bootes), the Wagoner (Odyssey, Homer) (Int. Gk Eng Lex, M/Webster); said to be the most ancient constellation; portrayed as a man with a spear in one hand and a sickle in the other.
  - Arcturus, L. from Gk. A[rktou'ro", (Arktouros), "bier", (Job 9:9, LXX), (Gk. a[rkto" (arktos), bear, aka Gk. a{maxa (hamaxa), the Wain (wagon)) + (Gk. ou\ro" (ouros), watcher, guard) = the Wagoner, wagon driver; or bier guard - i. e. guardian of the children following the bier, hence, metaphorically, "a shepherd."
   Note:  Gk. a[rkto" (arktos), as the bear, refers to the bier; and the Wagon Driver could refer to the wagon hauling the bier.  The Shepherd will also die and be placed upon the Little Bier.

Centaurus - The Centaur

Centaurus - The Centaur - destroyer horse demon from Hades, whose king is Heb. /oDb^a^} ('Abaddon),  jApolluvwn (Apolluon) (Rev 9:7-11); participated in the antediluvian attack on DNA seed of the woman (Gen. 6:1-5); incarcerated in the Abyss, Tartarus (2 Pet 2:4; Jude 6; Rev 9:1).
  -  Gk. Kevntauro" (Kentauros) = a Centaur: In early Gk. literature they were a savage, horse-riding tribe from Thessaly. (Homer); in later Poets they are monsters of double shape, half-man and half-horse.

Ruling planet - Savior (Isa 7:14; Matt 1:23-25).


Virgo can symbolize mother and child, right woman, Rachel's children, or sons of Light (believers).  It can symbolize a star, a mortal human, or a bloody son.  It can symbolize world peace, a powerful woman, a caretaker, a matchmaker, redeemer of virgin Israel, or a widow's redeemer.



1.  "The Star Gospel," Larry Wood, January 16, 2008.

Released February 14, 2010 - Revised Sept. 30, 2011

Author: Larry Wood
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