Considering in verses 12 to 15 we have a relationship of Angels represented as stars instructed to know this place and to protect this place because this place is will be used in conjunction to a new season. The mention of "since thy Days" inspires the thought that, Does an zodiac processional season equal a day, The days of the Ancient of Days? and since 1st Eden was built 38,000 years ago just after the equinox of a descending season the riddle season it would mean that that we are in the Day and a half of the days of the Ancient of Days at the ascending equinox of a new zodiac processional season. One season = 26,000 years. the riddle Such an interesting parallel.
The place, the 1st Garden of Eden and the discovery of it, is a seal, a memory, but is related to the future. Consider we are entering a new precession season, an equinox. In verse 15 it refers to the arm that is broken, the destruction of Eden. However in these days of 1Eden we have rediscovered the broken arm and what it represents.
12 Hast thou commanded the morning since thy days; and caused the dayspring to know his place;
13 That it might take hold of the ends of the earth, that the wicked might be shaken out of it?
14 It is turned as clay to the seal; and they stand as a garment.
15 And from the wicked their light is withholden, and the high arm shall be broken.
Lets have a look at the particular
constellations mentioned in Job.
I found they have there own parallels which are thought provoking.
31 Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion?
"32 Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth in his season? or canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons?"
Is Acturus another representation of the 12 gates of Eden that protected the Garden of the Gods1st Eden. Also are the associated stars in the constellation an outline of the actual island. Is this the riddle left in the Job and the sphinx loosened?
Another interesting study on the Mazzaroth...its all links.
an excerpt from the above link
In the name of the nymph Calisto, by Greek fable said to be changed into the constellation, we find the Semitic root which we meet again in the west as Caula, a sheepfold. With the idea of a sheepfold* in the mind, it needs but to look at these seven remarkable stars to perceive how well is imaged there the fold, and the sheep proceeding from the corner of it, as if following the bright star Arcturus, always said to be the guardian of these stars, whatever they might be called. Arcturus means He cometh, the guardian or keeper. From the root "to come" was also formed Arcas, by the Greeks said to be the name of Ursa Minor. Arcas, by the Greeks said to be changed into the Lesser Bear, was also called the son of the Supreme Deity: the name of the chief star, Al Gedi, the kid, or Lamb of sacrifice, would carry with it that mysterious tradition. In the Persian sphere there are three maidens walking in Ursa Minor, waiting on Him who was to come, as the name Kochab expresses. As in Ursa Major, the Semitic names show that here also was set forth the fold and the flock: the fold, in Scripture metaphor the Church; the flock, the Lord's people. If from Arcas we derive the names of the arctic and Antarctic hemisphere, to those epithets we may annex appropriate meanings: the hemisphere in which He came, who was to come, of whom the polar star was the emblem, being called the arctic, that in which He came; the opposite, the Antarctic, that in which He did not come. Could there be a Sevenfold link
Again The Constellation of Acturus has the shape of the isle of Maati similar to Orion. Interestingly Acturus seems to be represented as the Bear, the protector. similar to the function of the 12 gates of Eden, protecting the isle of the Gods 1st Eden.
excerpt from Cystallinks site
Arcturus is the fourth brightest star in the sky: only Sirius, Canopus and Alpha Centauri outshine this orange giant. It is a variable star in the last stages of its life.
Arcturus takes its name from its nearness to the sky Bears, Big and Little Bears, Ursa Major, and Ursa Minor. From Arktouros or Arctophilax, "the Bear Guard" and also called "the Bear Watcher". The "Herdsman", or "driver of oxen" are other titles.
Another big piece of the puzzle.
Note the shape of the submerged garden land of the Gods. 1st Eden, similar to the outline of both Acturus and Orion.
The Sphinx Riddle
Another interesting study on the
Mazzaroth...its all links.
Again the outline of this constellation looks like the another depiction of the island of the Gods. 1st Eden.
Job reveals the clues of Eden and the story in the stars by name constellation that have the depiction of the isle of Eden of the coast of Cyprus,
And the Gentiles shall come to thy light, and kings to the brightness of thy rising.