A sun deity gives the world a child, from Egypt, who possesses enormous "wisdom." And this eventallegedly took place on February 5, 1962. The interpretation of these symbols will be discussed later and their alleged significance will be developed.Jeanne then says:"A child, born somewhere in the Middle East shortly after 7 a.m. (E.S.T.) on February 5, 1962, willrevolutionize the world. Before the close of the century he will bring together all mankind in one all-embracing faith.Mankind will begin to feel the great force of this man in the early 1980's, and during the subsequentten years the world as we know it will be reshaped into one without wars and suffering. Hispower will grow greatly until 1999 [this year is extremely significant as will also be developed] at whichtime the peoples of this earth will probably discover the full meaning of the vision. "So according to this "vision," a child, born on February 5, 1962, will grow up to bring a one-worldreligion onto the face of the earth, and his efforts will be successful in 1999.The New York Times newspaper ran three consecutive articles on the conjunction of five planets, thesun, the moon and an "invisible body that astrologers call Khetu, " starting on February 4, 1962. Thefirst article stated that the various bodies moved into "rough alignment in the constellation Capricorn at7:05 A.M., New York time," and that they would "remain in that alignment until 7:17 A.M., New Yorktime, Monday. "However, the article went on to say that most of the people in India became alarmed, becausemost astrologers were making "predictions of disasters. " There were a few astrologers who werepredicting good for the world as a result of this alignment, but "few Indians appear[ed] to be payingthem much heed."Astronomers did not consider the event to be rare, however, and the article went on to report that"the same configuration [had] occurred several times in the past," the last time being in April, 1821,and then it occurred twice. The article reported that Dr. Kenneth L. Franklin of the Museum of NaturalHistory-Hayden Planetarium in New York had commented that that year does not seem to be a year of any remembered disasters. He was then quoted as saying: "And that year isn't famous for anything,as far as I know. "Dr. Franklin also commented on the body the astrologers call Khetu. He "speculated that it may besome sort of astrological addition used to make everything come out right." He then added that hebelieved Khetu "to be the invisible planet that is frequently taken into account in astrologicalreckonings, but that he had no idea how it was possible to keep track of something that no one could see."