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Look now for the biggest miracle of all. In the very near future a large, bright star will appear in the sky visible to all throughout the world – night and day.
In the very near future, people everywhere will have the opportunity to witness an extraordinary and significant sign, the like of which has been manifested only once before, at the birth of Jesus. Then, according to Christian teaching, a star appeared in the heavens and led three wise men from the East to the birthplace of Jesus. Soon, once again, a star-like luminary of brilliant power will be seen around the world. What does this mean? How is it possible?
The answer lies in the fact that this mysterious event is a sign, and heralds the beginning of Maitreya’s open mission. Soon after the sign appears in our skies, Maitreya will give His first media interview on American television.
Since early January 2009, sightings of the star have been reported from Norway, South Africa, the United States, Dubai and Qatar. More and more sightings are now expected. Reports have already appeared in Norwegian newspapers.
A new article by Benjamin Creme's Master, who is based in the Himalayas,
reveals how close we are to witnessing this sign and the historic events which
will follow. Maitreya's first interview will lead to further and more frequent
interviews in the USA, Japan and other countries.
Originally posted by Now_Then
Originally posted by foremanator
However if I am not mistaken, Planets are not supposed to twinkle or change colour. And this one does.
I would say anything star or planet like would twinkle when observed from Earth because you are looking at it through the atmosphere, it's the polloution and other particles etc in the atmosphere that account for the twinkle.
Why don't planets twinkle?
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Because a planet isn't a star...
A planet reflects light, it doesn't create it.
Originally posted by stevegmu
This thread is kind of pointless without a picture. I would guess satellite or weather balloon, however.