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Astro-theology And Jesus - Sun Connection !!!

Jesus and The Sun 

As the story goes, he was born on Dec 25th, placed in a manger, while the Shepherds were attending their flocks.The birth of the sun takes place in the  sign of Capricorn; this zodiac has a very interesting constellation inside its called Cepheus (The King) . Within the Constellation of the Cepheus (The King), there are two stars of note they are- Errai and Alfirk.

Errai means “Shepherd”  & Alfirk  means “Flock

This explains the shepherds and the flock that were nearby at the time of Christ’s (sun’s) birth.

Jesus was said to have been laid in a manger at birth – it so happens that when the sun is in Capricorn, at midnight, the stars that light the night sky at the zenith are of the sign opposite the sun sign, which in this case points to Cancer. Within the sector of Cancer, there is an constellation known as  “The Beehive”. Beehive is a very recent name, anciently this constellation was known as the “Manger”, clearly indicating the Manger assigned to the birth of …

The Forgotten Lunar Mysteries Of Yore !!!

“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.”
                                                                                                                  - Buddha “Do not swear by the moon, for she changes constantly, then your love would also change.”

                                                                                   ― William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
Moses Moses is traditionally described as the monotheist who is the bearer of the tablets of Yahweh's law. The name Moses itself was derived from Egyptian names like Thutmose, Ahmoses etc. meaning "Un-fathered Son Of  A Princess".

The Pharaoh's daughter Meroe, the wife of Chenephreswas barren, and like all other Superhero stories of Virgin comics or Marvel comics, this theme of Infanticide plot of male Hapiru children  was a common theme even in ancient cultures. It is rehash of earlier myth  about Sargon of Akkad a millennium before:

 "My priestly mother conceive…