Regulus: The Kingly Star
This sky map shows the location of brilliant planet Venus and the bright star Regulus in the pre-dawn sky on Oct. 3, 2012, as viewed from mid-northern latitudes.
Credit: Starry Night Software

Regulus is a bright star seen in the constellation Leo. It's the brightest star in the constellation
and among the brightest in Earth's night sky.
The star has two known companions nearby, a set of binary stars, but observations
in the past few years suggest there may be a white dwarf lurking close to Regulus as well.
Another mystery is the source of its extremely rapid spin and strange motion.
Because Regulus can stray within the ecliptic, or the path upon which the sun and planets travel,
it is very occasionally eclipsed by one of the planets or an asteroid. For example, in 1959,
Regulus was occulted by Venus.
 
The date and time of article are not accidental, my birthday
and 45th year of the 119th Jubilee
5 years from the Jubilee number 50
 
 
Elizabeth Howell has a Jewish Gematria of 1633
1722/1633
 
The Bible is [was] true, Acts 2:17 was true
This is God's Spirit being poured out on all flesh
soon our son's and our daughters will begin to prophecy!

Regulus' fixed position in the sky would give you a
11* 10' or a numeric of 111
 
The numbers of Regulus should surprise no one
 
We have seen 727, now 757
 
kingly star in Jewish Gematria Equals: 757 (k

10
i

9
n

40
g

7
l

20
y

400

0
s

90
t

100
a

1
r

80
)