Hidden Biblical Calendar Reveals The Concise Date Of The Star Of Bethlehem

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The Adoration of the Magi by Domingos Sequeira, (1828) (Public Domain)

Hidden Biblical Calendar Reveals The Concise Date Of The Star Of Bethlehem

The first Christmas day was on February 26 in the year 6 BC for new evidence suggests it was the date when Jesus was born. The key to unlocking the mystery of Christ’s birth lies within the phenomenon, known as the Star of Bethlehem. There were several theories doing the rounds about the identity of the star, one of which was the coming close together of Jupiter and Saturn three times over several months in what is known as a triple conjunction of those two planets.

Kepler's trigon, a diagram of great conjunctions from Johannes Kepler's 1606 book De Stella Nova (Public Domain)

Kepler's trigon, a diagram of great conjunctions from Johannes Kepler's 1606 book De Stella Nova (Public Domain)

The biblical prophets had predicted a Messiah would come, but nobody knew that they had also developed a set of calendar time charts to map out the details of his birth. The dates include his conception at the time of a triple conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, to his birth on the date of a fiery triangle of Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. To safeguard these time charts, the biblical scribes repackaged the numerical indices and disguised the data as two enormous censuses, which they covertly inserted in the Old Testament. Just recently those calendar charts were unveiled from where they lay hidden behind the computations of those two censuses. At last the greatest story never told can be revealed.     


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