Job 38:31

Can you bind the cluster of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion?
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Pleiades. The seven stars. Arcturus. A bright star in the north. (Challoner) The same terms occur, and are explained, chap. ix. 9. (Haydock)

Gregory The Dialogist

AD 604
67. The stars Pleiades, are so called from pleistoV, that is, from plurality. But they were made so near to each other, and yet so distinct, that they can be near together, and yet cannot possibly be united, since they are united in nearness, but disunited as to contact. But Arcturus so illuminates the seasons of night, as placed in the axis of heaven, to turn itself in divers ways, and yet never to set. For it does not revolve out of its orbit, but placed in its own position, it inclines to all quarters of the world, though it will never set. What then is it, that man, who was formed from the earth, and placed upon the earth, is questioned as to the government of heaven, that he cannot join together the Pleiades, which he sees were made close to each other and almost united, and that he cannot break up the circuit of Arcturus, though he can behold it almost dissipated by its own rapidity of motion? Is it not, that considering in those His servants, the power of their Creator, he shoul...

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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