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Synchronism of the Sphinx

 A synchronism is an event a monument or a war that links multiple countries, cultures or locations, for example, the Merneptah Stela from Egypt references the Assyrian conquest of Israel (Northern Kingdom). The ultimate synchronism is the constellation/zodiac that spread a story worldwide and the Sphinx in Africa is crucial to this story. 
Gen 3:15 is the first prophecy in the Bible and literally kicks off every event from Genesis to Revelations. "And I will put enmity between you and the woman and between your seed and her seed He shall bruise your head and you shall bruise his heel." (NKJV)  This word spoken to the serpent foreshadowed the coming Messiah via a supernatural virgin birth by pointing out that He would come via "her seed".  Since men supply the seed and women supply the egg the detail was significant.  Many if not all ancient cultures took note of the statement "her seed" which all 12 constellations played a part in confirming and reminding our earliest ancestors the seed is coming. 
The arrangement of the stars as they appear in the sky from Earth is not an accident and according to David in the book of Psalms 19:1-4, they tell a specific story. Paul quotes David from Psalms 19 in Romans 10:17,18 "So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. But I say, Have they not heard? yes verily, their sound went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world". Paul is explaining how the ancient world was aware of the story in the stars, the story of a savior born of a virgin (Virgo) that overcomes the serpent and becomes a king(Leo). The ancient kingdoms of Summeria, Cush and the Egyptians understood this depiction in the stars hence the uniformity of the names and meanings behind the constellations (Ex. Sumerian Gudera Cylinder). This was the reason the story of the gospel was so prevalent across multiple cultures even before the gospel was written on paper. 
The constellations tell a story that starts with the virgin birth Virgo and ends with the seed as the king, Leo. But how would anyone know to start the story at Virgo? The Egyptians built a monument, the Sphinx telling all of us to "Start Here".  On the temple ceilings of Dendera and Karnak in Egypt, the Sphinx is always painted between the constellations Leo and Virgo. The Sphinx which means to join together is the head of a woman (Virgo) with the body of a lion (Leo).
The constellation of Virgo and it's Decan (smaller constellation linked with the Zodiac figure) Coma kick off the story of grace by displaying a virgin holding a stalk of wheat, "I am the bread of life"  (Jesus) John 6:35. Coma shows the Virgin with the boy in her lap which is mentioned by Shakespeare in his play Titus Andronicus,  by the Arabian Astronomer Albumazar and the Egyptians under the name Shes-nu. This means that the birth of Christ is not in December but in September (whose constellation is Virgo) during the Feast of Tabernacles. This is why in the Gospel of John John states in 1:14 "And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us..." dwelt in the Greek means "encamp, have my tabernacle". This date of the birth might seem untraditional but the constellations give us the clue to his birth and his death. Jesus was crucified in April during the Feast of Passover when the Lamb/Goats were slaughtered. What's the symbol of Aries? 
In Genesis 15:5,6 God showed Abram the stars and told him to "count the stars if you be able to number them and he said unto him, So shall your descendants be. And he believed in the Lord: and he counted it to him for righteousness".  The word count in this verse is Saphar in Hebrew which means to count, recount, relate, declare.  God told Abram to declare the story of the stars about his descendant, the seed “Zera”... the English translation of the Hebrew descendants is incorrect, the word Zera is singular in the original Hebrew, not seeds, another fact that Paul points out in Galatians 3:16.  Zera is the same word used when God told the serpent in Genesis 3:15 that her "seed" would crush his head.  
“The Land of Ham”(Egypt) Psalms 105:23 has always held a special place in the history of Christ, “...And out of Egypt, I called my Son” Hosea 11: 1, “Arise, take the young Child and His mother, flee to Egypt.”  Matthew 2:13. Although multiple nations have referenced the seed, once again the land of Kemet has shown a pivotal role in ushering the Savior Jesus Christ.