The Vatican has announced that an astronomical phenomenon, not seen in 800 years will be visible this Christmas, and it could explain the story of Bethlehem.
A CHRISTMAS ‘STAR’ will light up the night next week when Saturn and Jupiter come together during a Great Conjunction – but is this the same as the Star of Bethlehem 2,000 years ago?
JUPITER AND SATURN come within touching distance of each other just days before Christmas in an event called the ‘great conjunction’ for the first time in nearly 800 years.
The Great Conjunction of both planets promises to be an amazing sight and can be seen on Monday December 21st with many religious scholars speculating that this event could well be what is described as the ‘star of Bethlehem’
It is expected that the two planets will appear to merge together causing a very bright ‘star’ in the sky.
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