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We now know much about the Star.

It signified birth.
It signified kingship.
It had a connection with the Jewish nation.
It rose in the east, like other stars.
It appeared at a precise time.
Herod didnt know when it appeared.
It endured over time.
It was ahead of the Magi as they went south from Jerusalem to
It stopped over Bethlehem.

If the Star wasnt one of the spectacular astronomical objects weve

examined, whats left? Biblical qualification 6that Herod had to ask when
the Star appeared is a powerful clue. Anyone can glance up and see planets
and stars. That is the nature of things in the sky. But, apparently, one could
look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didnt know of it. It took magi
to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz,
and Herod jumped into murderous action. A reasonable hypothesis is that
the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was
striking when explained.
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The conjunction of Venus and Jupiter

the action or an instance of two or more events or things
occurring at the same point in time or space.

Take two planets; also known as Gods and Goddesses in ancient

text; holy bible; a bit of curiosity, combined with some research;
and see myths of old before your eyes. These are the things
considered pagan. This is a time for Light magic to appear, and a
time for Dark magic to appear. According to the pope, it is the
Year of Mercy. According to news, things are dark. To the
conspirator it may be a disappointment. Or could it be? We shall
According to ancient text, and including the bible, the following
information is provided in excerpts taken from Wikipedia, and
used for educational purposes only. Ive only placed each piece of
the puzzle together that you may desire to research it more
because this is only one part of a rabbit hole, one door to many
more doors. The choice is yours.
In 1953, the MillerUrey experiment demonstrated that a
combination of lightning and the chemical compounds that existed
in the atmosphere of a primordial Earth could form organic
compounds (including amino acids) that could serve as the
building blocks of life.
It is considered highly unlikely that there is any Earth-like life on
Jupiter, because there is only a small amount of water in Jupiter's
atmosphere and any possible solid surface deep within Jupiter
would be under extreme pressures.

The planet Jupiter has been known since ancient times. It is

visible to the naked eye in the night sky and can occasionally be
seen in the daytime when the Sun is low. To the Babylonians, this
object represented their god Marduk.
Marduk (Sumerian spelling in Akkadian: AMAR.UTU "solar calf";
Greek ,Mardochaios) was a late-generation god from
ancient Mesopotamia and patron deity of the city of Babylon.
According to The Encyclopedia of Religion, the name Marduk was
probably pronounced Marutuk. The etymology of the name
Marduk is conjectured as derived from amar-Utu ("bull calf of the
sun god Utu").[2] The origin of Marduk's name may reflect an
earlier genealogy, or have had cultural ties to the ancient city of
Sippar (whose god was Utu, the sun god), dating back to the third
millennium BC.
In the perfected system of astrology, the planet Jupiter was
associated with Marduk by the Hammurabi period.
Marduk's original character is obscure but he was later associated
with water, vegetation, judgment, and magic. His consort was the
goddess Sarpanit. He was also regarded as the son of Ea
(Sumerian Enki) and Damkina and the heir of Anu, but whatever
special traits Marduk may have had were overshadowed by the
political development through which the Euphrates valley passed
and which led to people of the time imbuing him with traits

belonging to gods who in an earlier period were recognized as the

heads of the pantheon. There are particularly two godsEa and
Enlilwhose powers and attributes pass over to Marduk
Enki (/ki/; Sumerian: dEN.KI(G) ) is a god in Sumerian
mythology, later known as Ea in Akkadian and Babylonian
mythology. He was originally patron god of the city of Eridu, but
later the influence of his cult spread throughout Mesopotamia and
to the Canaanites, Hittites and Hurrians. He was the deity of
crafts (gaam); mischief; water, seawater, lakewater (a, aba, ab),
intelligence (gest, literally "ear") and creation (Nudimmud: nu,
likeness, dim mud, make beer). He was associated with the
southern band of constellations called stars of Ea, but also with
the constellation A-IKU, the Field (Square of Pegasus).
Enlil (nlin), (EN = Lord + LL = Wind, "Lord (of the) Storm") is
the God of breath, wind, loft and breadth (height and distance).[2]
It was the name of a chief deity listed and written about in
Sumerian religion, and later in Akkadian (Assyrian and
Babylonian), Hittite, Canaanite and other Mesopotamian clay and
stone tablets. The name is perhaps pronounced and sometimes
rendered in translations as "Ellil" in later Akkadian, Hittite, and
Canaanite literature. In later Akkadian, Enlil is the son of Anshar
and Kishar.
The sons of Anak are first mentioned in Numbers 13.
Anak (/enk/; Heb. 'nq spelt as both
and as
upon the reference) is a well-known figure in the Hebrew Bible in

the conquest of Canaan by the Israelites who, according to the

Book of Numbers, was a forefather of the Anakim[1][2] (Heb.
Anakim) who have been considered "strong and tall," they were
also said to have been a mixed race of giant people, descendants of
the Nephilim
Anakim (Hebrew: nqm ) are a race of giants descended
from Anak[1] mentioned in the Tanakh. They dwelt in the south of
the land of Canaan, near Hebron (Gen. 23:2; Josh. 15:13).
According to Genesis 14:5-6 they inhabited the region afterwards
known as Edom and Moab in the days of Abraham. Their name
may come from a Hebrew root meaning "strength" or "stature"
In Babylonian mythology, Sarpanit (alternately Sarpanitu,
Zarpanit, Zarpandit, Zerpanitum, Zerbanitu, or Zirbanit) is a
mother goddess and the consort of the chief god, Marduk. Her
name means "the shining one", and she is sometimes associated
with the planet Venus. By a play on words her name was
interpreted as zr-bntu, or "creatress of seed", and is thereby
associated with the goddess Aruru, who, according to Babylonian
myth, created mankind.

Another take on the two planets

Jupiter enthroned, with the symbols of Pisces and Sagittarius at
his feet (woodcut by Johannes Regiomontanus, 1512)

Jupiter (Jupiter symbol.svg) or is the ruling planet of

Sagittarius and is exalted in Cancer.
In Roman mythology, Jupiter is the ruler of the gods and their
guardian and protector, and his symbol is the thunderbolt.
The Romans believed that Jupiter granted them supremacy
because they had honored him more than any other people had.
Jupiter was "the fount of the auspices upon which the relationship
of the city with the gods rested." He personified the divine
authority of Rome's highest offices, internal organization, and
external relations. His image in the Republican and Imperial
Capitol bore regalia associated with Rome's ancient kings and the
highest consular and Imperial honours.
In the same way, the planet Jupiter is the king of the other
planets, a giant in size with spectacular, brightly colored clouds
and intense storms.
Some astronomers believe that it plays an important protecting
role in using its massive gravity to capture or expel from the solar
system many comets and asteroids that would otherwise threaten
Earth and the inner planets.
Jupiter takes 11.9 years to orbit the Sun, spending almost an
earth year (361 days) in each sign of the zodiac. Furthermore
Jupiter is usually the fourth brightest object in the sky (after the
Sun, the Moon and Venus)

Venus embodies sex, love, beauty, enticement, seduction, and

persuasive female charm among the community of immortal gods;
in Latin orthography, her name is indistinguishable from the
Latin noun venus ("sexual love" and "sexual desire"), from which it
Her cults may represent the religiously legitimate charm and
seduction of the divine by mortals, in contrast to the formal,
contractual relations between most members of Rome's official
pantheon and the state, and the unofficial, illicit manipulation of
divine forces through magic
In myth, Venus-Aphrodite was born of sea-foam. Roman theology
presents Venus as the yielding, watery female principle, essential
to the generation and balance of life.
Venus absorbs and tempers the male essence, uniting the
opposites of male and female in mutual affection. She is
essentially assimilative and benign, and embraces several
otherwise quite disparate functions. She can give military victory,
sexual success, good fortune and prosperity. In one context, she is
a goddess of prostitutes; in another, she turns the hearts of men
and women from sexual vice to virtue
Now do you understand ancient mythology a little better now? Or
is it mythology?
Look, you can see the Virgin in the birthing position in the
Western sky.