Study of the 2 Cows born with 7 on their Foreheads (Sept 20, 2014 and Sept 25, 2014)

Conjunction with Venus and Mars on July 1st
God’s True Calendar counting Moon moving into New Location (1st Cows Birthday)
God’s True Calendar counting Moon moving into New Location (2nd Cows Birthday)

This happens in 2023 as well, exactly same day for Feast of Trumpets

Sun is in Virgo (6th Month Of Elul) and starts September 17th, just like it happened in 2014.

I am also seeing a Connection to Av if you use the 360 Day Year Calculation from the Cow’s Birth.

1 Month Off in Calendar, which makes the 7 Year Mark for ONE of the Cows To land on Tisha B Av.

New evidence suggests Jesus Christ was born on June 17.

Sydney, Dec 8 (ANI): An Australian astronomer has claimed to have solved the mystery of the Bethlehem star, that suggests Jesus Christ was born on June 17, not December 25, which if proven true might change the date when Christmas is celebrated in the world.

According to biblical mythology, the Bethlehem star was the guiding star that led the three wise men, or magi, to the birthplace of Jesus Christ.

Now, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph, Dave Reneke, News editor of Sky and Space magazine and also an astronomer, has said that complex charting software has allowed astronomers to map the night sky as it would have appeared more than 2000 years ago and has revealed a spectacular astronomical event at the time of the birth of Christ.

“It’s like a digital map where we can move forward in time as well as backwards,” Reneke explained.

Generally accepted research has places the nativity to somewhere between 3BC and 1AD.

Using the Bible book of Matthew as a reference point, Reneke pinpointed the planetary conjunction to an exact date in 2BC.

Reneke said that a “beacon of light” would have been visible across the eastern dawn sky as Venus and Jupiter moved across the constellation of Leo on June 17, 2BC.

The conjunction of the planets was so close that the planets would have appeared as one bright star even with the naked eye, according to Reneke.

“It’s called a star, but it’s really a planet,” he said.

“They could easily have mistaken it for one bright star. Astronomy is such a precise science, we can plot exactly where the planets were. It certainly seems this is the fabled Christmas star,” he added.

Theories of such a conjunction have competed with speculation the star was caused by a supernova, an exploding star, or even a comet.

Reneke said that by narrowing the date down, the technology has provided the most compelling explanation yet. (ANI)

Jupiter, Venus to converge in Star of Bethlehem moment


JUNE 29, 2015 / 5:37 PM / CBS NEWS

Starting on Tuesday, Jupiter and Venus will be so close in the night sky that you could cover them both with the tip of an outstretched finger.

The two planets will be just a third of a degree apart as seen from North America.

“To the eye they’ll look like a double star,” said Kelly Beatty, a senior editor at Sky & Telescope magazine. “Anyone who hasn’t glanced at the evening sky for a while will be surprised by how dramatically tight the pairing is.”

They will be easy to spot as the brightest objects in the sky, after the sun and moon. Venus, appearing as a crescent, will be even brighter than its neighbor. Not far to their upper left, appearing much fainter, is Regulus, the alpha star in the constellation Leo.

They will remain no greater than 2 degrees apart – a thumb’s width at arm’s length – until July 4.

Called a conjunction, this celestial convergence is more common than you might think.

They appeared slightly closer together before dawn on August 18, 2014, and they’ll be separated by about 1 degree before dawn on the morning of October 26th. During a remarkable conjunction on May 17, 2000, Venus and Jupiter were just 0.01 degrees apart – but too near the sun to be seen. Next year, on August 27th, they’ll dazzle again during an evening conjunction with a separation of just 0.1 degrees.

At the beginning of June, the two planets were 20 degrees apart in the sky, about twice the width of your fist held at arm’s length. Week by week, Jupiter and the stars behind it have gradually slipped lower in the evening twilight. But Venus, due to its rapid orbital motion around the sun, has stayed high up. The resulting slow-motion convergence put them 6 degrees apart last week, setting the stage for Tuesday’s awesome display.

Although the two planets appear very near one another in the sky, they’re actually not. Venus is 58 million miles from Earth, and Jupiter is 12 times farther out at 565 million miles. The distance explains why the two planets will look roughly the same size even though Jupiter is far larger.

Sky & Telescope Contributing Editor Fred Schaaf points out that this current string of Venus-Jupiter conjunctions closely resembles a similar series between the years 3 and 2 B.C. It has been suggested that their joint appearance came to be known as the Star of Bethlehem.

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