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Heavenly Signs: Grand Design for Christ's Return

3.67  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Those who have wondered about creation and if the Bible is truly from God will definitely get a clear answer to both questions by reading this book. God created the heavens for greater significance than separating the day from the night. It was created to display “Heavenly Signs.” The heavens reveal to mankind the truth about the End Times and the timing of events. It is a ...more
Paperback, 124 pages
Published October 2012 by WestBow Press
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Lee Harmon
May 24, 2013 rated it it was amazing
What do you get when you merge the book of Revelation with astrology?

You get what you start with: Revelation, in the spirit in which it was written. Few people give credence to the astrological underpinnings of Revelation, and the utter fascination its intended first-century audience held with the mysteries of the heavens. So while I knew I would disagree with Gable’s future-based interpretation of Revelation (I myself have little faith in astrology but quite a bit of faith in the historical-cri
Roberto Mattos
Feb 17, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is a very interesting book that clearly shows a lot of study on the Scriptures and research on sky maps, looking for eclipses and all type of signs described on the Bible.

The author came up with his interpretation of the Scriptures and using a very interesting software ("Starry Night" by Simulation Curriculum Corp) which maps the sky on any date in the past or future, he found out some matches for his interpretation on the end of times, based on what is written on the Scriptures.
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Sep 26, 2013 rated it did not like it
The author predicts future events using the Starry Night astronomy program. The dated he predicts range around 2354 to 2358, so the book is rather useless for contemporary readers. None of us will be alive over three hundred years from now to see if he is right. I also have the Starry Night program and could not replicate some of his illustrations. I have issues with him using Scripture out of context and making statements for which he has not documented sources. See my full review of this book ...more
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Mel Gable is from corporate management of high-tech silicon IC design companies in Orange County California. His last position was as President, CEO, and Chairman of INDIGITA Corporation. Previously, he was with QLOGIC Corporation, a NASDAQ-listed public company, as President, CEO, and Member of the Board of Directors. He previously held engineering management positions at EMULEX, Western Digital, ...more