“Story in the Stars” Filmmaker Joe Amaral Says Few Will Understand “Blood Supermoon” and True Nature of Signs in the Night Sky

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“Story in the Stars” uses biblical, historical and scientific knowledge to reveal how each constellation actually points us back to Jesus, and that the message of salvation is written in the stars for all of mankind to see.

Story in the Stars

Instead of looking to the stars for direction, we can look to the One who made those stars.

From bestselling author and award-winning filmmaker, Joe Amaral, comes the new documentary, “Story in the Stars,” in a Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo pack. This independent film has been met with rave reviews and global attention, selling over 10,000 copies in the first month of release earlier this year.

This Sunday, September 27th, 2015, a rare and amazing astronomical event known as the “Blood Supermoon” will occur. It will happen between 9-11:30 p.m. EDT in North America. The moon will become an eerie deep red color as it hides from the sun behind our planet.

Millions of people will be looking into the night sky and many will be astonished and delighted as the celestial show thrills its audience, but few will understand the true nature of the signs in the night sky. Amaral says, “There are 48 signs, or constellations in the sky. Every major civilization not only has the same figures, but the same names. Each culture understood these figures to be symbolic in nature, to serve as signs, to point them to a coming Redeemer!” The Bible says in Genesis 1:14: “And God said, ‘Let there be lights (sun, moon and stars) in the vault of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them serve as signs to mark sacred times, and days and years,’” and Jesus said in Luke 21:25, “There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars.”

Since the beginning of time man has looked up into the night sky and wondered, what’s up there, who put it there and why. After an intense dream during the cold Canadian winter of 2012, Amaral decided to look up the images he had seen: a woman in the heavens, a looming dragon and millions of stars.

“These images eventually led me to Revelation 12,” says Amaral. “It was exactly as I had seen them in my dream. Over two thousand years ago, the apostle John, who wrote the book of Revelation, was on the island of Patmos. It would have been pitch black with zero light pollution, and the stars would literally have been popping out of the night sky. After some fierce study and comparison, I realized that the images that John was describing in the book of Revelation, perfectly lined up with the constellations in the sky. This led me to search out the Scriptures for other evidence that God was the source and the root of the constellations.”

After years of careful study and analysis, Amaral reached the conclusion that each of the twelve zodiacs were created and positioned by God to tell the greatest story ever told, and He wrote it in the stars.

“Story in the Stars” uses biblical, historical and scientific knowledge to reveal how each constellation actually points us back to Jesus, and that the message of salvation is written in the stars for all of mankind to see. This is presented in a way that Amaral believes is not only eye-opening for Christians, but also for people who need to be free from the ties of horoscopes and astrology.

“Instead of looking to the stars for direction, we can look to the One who made those stars,” says Amaral. “For God so loved the world that He designed the universe to reveal the plan of salvation in the stars.”

Watch the official trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDEMa8Lm0cI

Visit the official website at https://storyinthestars.com.

ABOUT JOE AMARAL: Joe Amaral is a pastor and itinerant teacher who travels and speaks internationally, teaching on the Hebraic Roots of Christianity for over 12 years. He hosts the syndicated television program “First Century Foundations” and serves as a guest co-host on the long-running “100 Huntley Street,” and is the best-selling author of “Understanding Jesus” and “What Would Jesus Read,” both from FaithWords. Amaral has produced several teaching series and documentaries, and his latest project, “Story in the Stars,” combines his love of astronomy with his faith in new and thought-provoking ways. Amaral is available to speak at churches and events.

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