There is an imaginary clocklike circle in the heavens which now comes down to us as we, at this time, have more accurate representations of our night skies. Chapter 4 of the 'Book of Revelation' describes a throne that was set in heaven. I believe this throne to be on the 'Precession of the Equinoxes' circle of the ages of time. It makes one complete revolution in approximately 25,920 years. I have also used the color wheel of our art world to represent the 24 elders around this throne, each lasting for approximately 1,080 years. We are now in the lime color or hue of this spectrum because Chapter 4 describes the rainbow as being emerald in sight during the time it was written. I have divided the imaginary clock circle into 8 sections starting off the brightest northern pole star of 'Vega', which was closest to this circle at around 12,310 B.C. and shall be again at around 13,610 A.D. There are 4 great beasts or quadrants of stars described as eyes around the circle that also consists of this throne. There are also the 4 horses with each one representing one of the 4 quadrants. The white horse is in the yellow/gold sector, then the red, then the black is where the purple and blue is on the color wheel, and finally the pale is in the green section. I divided this circle into 8 sections for the 7 churchs or lampstands plus a 0 or 8th as the Lord's day. The temple of heaven is of the 'Cepheus' constellation (also called the 'King'). There are 7 Spirits or Stars that are around the throne. These are 7 northern pole stars plus the 8th namely 'Errai', Alderamin', 'Deneb', 'Vega', 'Eltamin', Thuban', 'Kochab' and our north star of our day 'Polaris'. There is one that goeth into perdition according to Rev. 12:9 and Rev. 17:11 and that I believe is 'Polaris' which is the north star of our day. With these writings I am hoping to bring some type of connection to all the differing beliefs in our world and a more unified and peaceful future for all of mankind. Many myths, religions and cultures have developed based on this circle of ages of the zodiac as it is divided into the 12 sections.