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Sea Remington Biblical Zodiac Sign and Sea Remington Twelve Disciples

Sea Remington

Sea Remington

Real Name:
Sea Remington
Known As:
Sea Remington
Place of Birth:
Barrie, Canada
Born / Date of birth:
Mar 16 1992 (age 23)

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Biblical Horoscope
Sea Remington's Biblical Disciple is Judas
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Sea Remington's Biblical Horoscope

Birth Color(s)
Birth Flower(s)
Daffodil, Jonquil
Birth Stone(s)
Lucky Day
Lucky Color(s)
Sea green
Lucky Number(s)
2, 6
Tin (Stannum)
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About Biblical Horoscope

Biblical Astrology throughout the Christian bible, the number twelve 12 is a prominent number. The twelve 12 tribes of Israel, twelve 12 Disciples of Christ, twelve 12 songs of Jabob, and the foundation of heaven or the new Jerusalem in twelve 12 layers of precious stones. Astrology has the constellation of heavens, twelve 12 zodiac signs, as well as twelve 12 houses to a chart or horoscope. Astrologers have taken the disciples of the Messiah and associated each of them with a zodiac sign. It was very important to have twelve 12 apostle. After the demise of Judas, he was replaced quickly as to say without twelve 12 disciples the group would not be whole. The Biblical Astrology signs include the following, Aries Peter, Taurus Simon, Gemini James, Cancer Andrew, Leon John, Virgo Philip, Libra Nathaniel, Scorpio Thomas, Sagittarius James, Capricorn Matthew, Aquarius Thaddeus, and Pisces Judas.



Symbol Meaning

Judas was born under the sign of Pisces. These people a easily depressed and often give up undertaken plans. This sign is known to wonder off from the real world, to become really closed in on itself. Jesus said on the last supper that one of the students will betray him, but who will it be exactly, he did not mentioned. For thirty silver pieces Judas had given up Jesus to the guards of Jerusalem. Often people of this sign do not admit the faults that they did, even if the evidence points directly to them.