Astronomy teacher, Irene Worthington Baron, used NASA astronomy computer programs when searching for proof of the Christmas star. In her recently published results, the author concluded the Christmas star of Bethlehem was just the position marker and the last of ten spectacular, heavenly birth announcements.
Irene Worthington Baron used over sixty NASA astronomy computer programs to search skies of 2,000-years ago for evidence and proof of the Christmas star. The author reports confirming each discovered birth announcement of Jesus Christ by using multiple astronomy computer programs.
The titles of the NASA computer programs used by the author are listed in the illustrated book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, at the URL: http://www.irenebaron.com, and at the end of this press release.
Ms. Baron stated, â€œJust because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christâ€™s birth announcement. The event had to have the correct associated symbolism that was used by ancient priests, astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists referring to the birth of the new and most powerful God to be born in the universe.â€
The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christâ€™s time with the actual events as they occurred in the dawn sky. The difficulties she encountered during the research are included in the book.
Readers will find text references of the ancient symbolism in the book correlated with endnotes that are listed by chapter. References are listed in the newly published digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, at the URL:http://www.irenebaron.com, and at the end of this press release.
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