Star of Bethlehem · Astrological defintion of Star of Bethlehem · Astrology Encyclopedia  ·  February 20, 2024, 21:52 GMT
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Star of Bethlehem

Star of Bethlehem - Astrology Encyclopedia

Definition of Star of Bethlehem Commonly conjectured to have been the conjunction of Saturn, Jupiter and Mars which occurred about 2 B.C. It is supposed that the astrologers, the "wise men of the East," were endeavoring to locate a child born at the point in terrestrial latitude and longitude from which this triple conjunction would occur in the same celestial latitude and longitude, and in the midheaven of that particular geographical location. As this was one of the grand mutations (q.v.) it was presumed that a child born at the exact place and hour that would posit this important satellitium (q.v.) at the cusp of the Tenth House, would be marked by Destiny to become the initiator of a new epoch in world history. It may be that the legend of the manger was devised as a record of a birth, connotated to this grand conjunction in 2 B.C.

(Nicholas deVore - Encyclopedia of Astrology)

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