Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Check out the Star of Bethlehem for yourself

After viewing the videos on the Star of Bethlehm (see below) and doing some background research in the book (also below) you may be curious to see the conjuctions of Regulas and Jupiter or Venus and Jupiter that took place in 2 - 1 BC, yourself.

You can see it for yourself by downloading Stellarium, an open source planetarium program that lets you view the night sky from any place on earth and on any date and time.

Download the program for free and set it up on your computer. Then select Israel for your place and the dates:
The Regulas-Jupiter conjunctions
Sept. 12, 2 BC
Feb. 17, 1 BC
May 19 1 BC

June 17, 1 BC -- Jupiter-Venus Conjunction (4 day conjunction in Leo)(pictured above)
Dec. 25, 1 BC -- Jupiter stops over Bethlehem

I am in awe of how the God who created the universe, placed in the heavens the clockwork for the sign of the coming Messiah, before man sinned. Before man needed a Messiah, God already planned to be our Messiah.

"♥♪Oh, the love of God is greater far ♫♫ than tongue or pen can ever tell. It goes beyond the highest star and reaches to the lowest hell.♪♪♥"

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