Okay, if a person goes by the Conception of Jesus that is or should be around Dec.25 so that is when it is celebrated, but if a person goes by the
birth of Jesus then according to Dr. Ernest Martin (I think the one who dug up the Temples over there in the Middle East) then Jesus was probably born
around Sept. 11, 3B.C. So by the Conception that would make this year 2011, but if a person goes by the birth of Jesus then the year would be 2010.
What does this have to do with crop circles? What does any of it have to do with the Mayan Calendar? Actually, perhaps it is just about calendars in
the first place.
And also, why would any spacealiens come all the way here to warn us about evironment things when we already have the equipment in place around the
globe for seeing such data.
The book The Temples That Jerusalem Forgot is a result of the in-depth research of Dr. Ernest Martin that shows that the Temples of God in Jerusalem
were indeed located over the Gihon Spring and not under the Dome of the Rock.
The nativity occurred on September 11, 3 B.C.E. Note the following sequence of historical events.
1. Joseph and Mary’s journey to Bethlehem for the “census” occurred at the very close of the Jewish civil year ― an apt time for a
registration of peoples to happen. It was in the summer season and before the rains set in that would have made it difficult.
2. Jesus was born in a stable in the twilight period of September 11th, the Day of Trumpets, 3 B.C.E.
3. He was circumcised on September 18, 3 B.C.E. (the eighth day for the circumcision rite is reckoned inclusively).
4. He was dedicated in the temple on October 20/21, 3 B.C.E.
5. Luke says: they returned into Galilee, to their own city Nazareth (Luke 2:39). This means they did not go to Egypt after the birth of Jesus. After
all, they had only gone to Bethlehem for the “census,” not to move there. So, the family returned to Nazareth in the latter part of October, 3
6. Then for some reason, they decided to move to Bethlehem. This could have been in the spring or summer of 2 B.C.E. They set up house, having no need
for the temporary type of shelter they had when Jesus was born (Matthew 2:11).
7. On December 5th (Kislev 7) of 2 B.C.E. the youth tore down the eagle from the east entrance to the temple.
8. Then on December 25, 2 B.C.E., when the King planet Jupiter came to its stationary point in mid-Virgo the Virgin, it would have been seen
“stopped over Bethlehem” as viewed from Jerusalem. The Magi then went to Bethlehem and gave the child the gifts they brought from the east. Jesus
was now a paidion (Greek: toddler) not a brephos (Greek: infant, as in Luke). He was old enough to stand and to walk. In the papyrus codex Bodmer V of
the Proto-Evangelium of James written in Egypt in the 4th century, it even states that the Magi were able to see Jesus “standing by the side of his
mother Mary” (21:3). This shows early opinion that the visit of the Magi to give gifts to Jesus was long after his birth. This giving of gifts by
the Magi would have occurred during the days of Hanukkah when Jewish fathers were accustomed to give gifts to their children. This would have appeared
quite proper to Jewish people.
9. With the warnings of the Magi, Joseph and Mary immediately took Jesus to Egypt in late December of 2 B.C.E.
10. Immediately after this, Herod killed all the male children “from two years old and under” (Matthew 2:16). This matter of killing children two
years old can now make better sense. If Jesus was born on 11 September, 3 B.C.E., the slaying of the innocents was about 15 months after his birth. If
the conception period were also considered, it comes to 24 months exactly. This may be a helpful clue that Jesus was indeed born in September, 3
B.C.E. and why the Magi saw Jesus “standing by the side of his mother Mary.”
11. Soon afterward, the two illustrious rabbis were tried and sentenced by the Sanhedrin. This could have been in early January of 1 B.C.E., and then
a few days later (on January 10th) the eclipse of the Moon occurred that Josephus mentioned.
12. Herod then died about January 28th (Schebat 2) in 1 B.C.E.
13. Later, in the spring of 1 B.C.E., the Passover occurred during which 3000 Jewish worshippers lost their lives in the temple.
14. In the summer and autumn of that year (1 B.C.E.) The War of Varus took place.
15. Then, about twenty-eight years later, Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist sometime in either October or November of C.E. 27 at the beginning of
a Sabbatical Year. Jesus then began his official ministry with the Passover and Pentecost season of C.E. 28 and was finally crucified in C.E. 30.
If what I am suggesting in this book is true, a new understanding in the life of Jesus emerges. Not only do many obscure passages in Josephus make
sense, but the chronological and theological indications of the New Testament about the birth of Jesus also become clearer. Roman history as well
becomes more understandable for the middle years of Augustus. And while none of us was living some 2000 years ago to prove these points as an
eyewitness, there is enough evidence available to give us some reasonable assurance that this new information brings us pretty close to the truth.
Now also the Feast of the Assumption is August 15th. So if by Eastern Orthodox Church if Mary rose into Heaven on the third day then I think that
would mean August 18th.
But has there not been that question on whether Jesus was a spacealien or not?
Over 600 Planetariums go now by this sequence around Dec. 25th now about the Star of Bethlehem.
Maybe we just are still off on any calendar, including the Mayan Calendar, and all this Fear Mongering is not what the spacealiens had in mind if they
mutated humans a long time ago, which has also been mentioned.
I do not know, I was not there, and like anything else, it is a nice day outside and I expect it will be the same way tomorrow for the most part,
unless it rains a little.