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Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs
Zanesville, OH December 10, 2011

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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

 The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

 According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

 According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 one reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

 Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

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Pesquisadora cristã usa programas da NASA para explicar a “Estrela de Belém”

Professora de astronomia usou tecnologia de ponta para investigar os céus de mais de 2000 anos atrás  

A professora de astronomia Irene Worthington Baron utilizou mais de 60 programas de computador da NASA para provar a veracidade da “estrela de Natal”.

Recentemente, ela publicou suas conclusões em um livro onde afirma que a estrela descrita na Bíblia foi apenas um marcador de posição e o último de dez espetaculares anúncios celestes do nascimento.

A autora foi professora de ciências e da astronomia durante mais de 40 anos e teve acesso aos programas da NASA para usar em suas aulas. Sendo cristã, ele decidiu usar o que há de mais avançado na tecnologia nessa área para descobrir o que realmente aconteceu naqueles dias.

Seu ponto de partida é que, desde que foram criados, os movimentos de todos os corpos celestes, incluindo Lua, Sol, Terra e os demais planetas são imutáveis. Portanto, os astrônomos podem usar equações matemáticas para calcular como os corpos celestes se movem.

Os programas da NASA são capazes de realizar milhares de cálculos para refazer eventos ocorridos nos céus mais de 2.000 anos atrás.

Ela também estudou como os astrônomos antigos usavam seus simbolismos. Para isso, fez um extenso estudo de vários materiais  escritos por historiadores e arqueólogos. Os dados que obteve são baseados em registros históricos, pinturas e esculturas em templos antigos, moedas e selos.

Reunindo os dados da astronomia e o simbolismo dos antigos, pôde reconstituir o anúncio do nascimento mais importante da história da humanidade.

Algumas especulações no passado davam conta que a estrela de Natal era um cometa, uma estrela que explodiu (chamada de supernova) ou uma conjunção de planetas, quando eles parecem se fundir no céu.

Os muitos livros que Irene leu sobre história antiga e arqueologia mostram que os astrônomos na época faziam todas as observações celestes durante o amanhecer.

Portanto, todos os cálculos do computador usavam como base seis horas da manhã no fuso horário de Belém, que serviu como referência para latitude e longitude.


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Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs

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Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011 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 [...]


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En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

    Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas.

   Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).

 
En el libro ella, explica cómo se utilizan los símbolos antiguos de astronomía y programas informáticos modernos para descubrir hechos que rodearon al nacimiento de Jesús.

   Irene Baron, dijo a The Christian Post: “siempre pensé que era una estrella de Navidad y quería encontrarla”, así que Baron comenzó a estudiar los símbolos de los antiguos astrónomos.

   En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

Ella escribe, “El sexto evento importante del anuncio del nacimiento de Jesús ocurrió el 1 de septiembre de 0004, cuando un espectacular eclipse solar se produjo cerca de Marte, Venus y Saturno, mientras que el Sol se eclipsó parcialmente con un movimiento lento de Saturno. La Luna luego se movió en frente del Sol, hasta dejarlo totalmente eclipsado”.

   Baron, explicó que la “Estrella de Navidad era, en realidad, Saturno. Fue en el otro lado del sol durante ese tiempo y era muy brillante en el cielo nocturno. Se movió hacia la derecha en Belén durante un período de dos semanas”.

¿Cómo se descubrió todo esto?

   La autora comenzó a utilizar los programas de la NASA, para investigar el amanecer del cielo en el momento del nacimiento de Cristo. Baron, se imaginó que lo podría volver en el tiempo con los programas de computadora para ver los patrones de las estrellas cómo eran como durante ese tiempo.

  Baron, puso todos los cálculos en su computadora durante las búsquedas de su equipo para encontrar el amanecer en la zona horaria local de Belén gracias al uso de la latitud y la longitud correcta de esa ubicación. Los programas de computadora, nos retroceden el tiempo e imprimen mapas del cielo con la hora y el lugar, indicó.

   Los datos de Irene Baron, se basaron principalmente en registros históricos, pinturas y esculturas de los templos antiguos, monedas y sellos legales.

   “Ellos (los reyes magos) usaron su simbolismo para interpretar lo que sucedió en el cielo. Y cada planeta o una estrella simbolizaba a un dios. Cuando se comenzó a ver los eclipses que rodearon el nacimiento de Cristo, tomaron este símbolo al de un dios más grande y más poderoso que se acercaba a la tierra.

   Debido a esto, Barón, dijo, que “los sabios tenían un previo conocimiento a través de su estudio de las estrellas que Cristo iba a nacer a causa de los diferentes sucesos en el movimiento de los planetas y las estrellas. Por lo que fueron capaces de tener el tiempo suficiente para viajar desde sus países de origen a Belén para rendir homenaje a Jesús”.

   En su libro electrónico, Baron, proporciona gráficos e imágenes para explicar mejor sus resultados. Ella dice que su investigación “confirma lo que creen los cristianos, y lo valida la Biblia”.

   El libro digital, se vende en Amazon, fue escrito e ilustrado por el autor para permitir a las personas de 12 años de edad, comprender la información presentada, y los eventos del aviso del nacimiento que se explican de una forma fácil.


 

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Estudio comprueba la existencia de la Estrella de Belén

En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas.

Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery)...


 

 

 

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Estudio comprueba la existencia de la Estrella de Belén

Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas.

Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).Leer mas...

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Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas. Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un [...]


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Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas, reseña el portal noticiacristiana.

Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).

En el libro ella, explica cómo se utilizan los símbolos antiguos de astronomía y programas informáticos modernos para descubrir hechos que rodearon al nacimiento de Jesús.

Irene Baron, dijo a The Christian Post: “siempre pensé que era una estrella de Navidad y quería encontrarla”, así que Baron comenzó a estudiar los símbolos de los antiguos astrónomos.

En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

Ella escribe, “El sexto evento importante del anuncio del nacimiento de Jesús ocurrió el 1 de septiembre de 0004, cuando un espectacular eclipse solar se produjo cerca de Marte, Venus y Saturno, mientras que el Sol se eclipsó parcialmente con un movimiento lento de Saturno. La Luna luego se movió en frente del Sol, hasta dejarlo totalmente eclipsado”.

Baron, explicó que la “Estrella de Navidad era, en realidad, Saturno. Fue en el otro lado del sol durante ese tiempo y era muy brillante en el cielo nocturno. Se movió hacia la derecha en Belén durante un período de dos semanas”.

¿Cómo se descubrió todo esto?

La autora comenzó a utilizar los programas de la NASA, para investigar el amanecer del cielo en el momento del nacimiento de Cristo. Baron, se imaginó que lo podría volver en el tiempo con los programas de computadora para ver los patrones de las estrellas cómo eran como durante ese tiempo.

Baron, puso todos los cálculos en su computadora durante las búsquedas de su equipo para encontrar el amanecer en la zona horaria local de Belén gracias al uso de la latitud y la longitud correcta de esa ubicación. Los programas de computadora, nos retroceden el tiempo e imprimen mapas del cielo con la hora y el lugar, indicó.

Los datos de Irene Baron, se basaron principalmente en registros históricos, pinturas y esculturas de los templos antiguos, monedas y sellos legales.

“Ellos (los reyes magos) usaron su simbolismo para interpretar lo que sucedió en el cielo. Y cada planeta o una estrella simbolizaba a un dios. Cuando se comenzó a ver los eclipses que rodearon el nacimiento de Cristo, tomaron este símbolo al de un dios más grande y más poderoso que se acercaba a la tierra.

Debido a esto, Barón, dijo, que “los sabios tenían un previo conocimiento a través de su estudio de las estrellas que Cristo iba a nacer a causa de los diferentes sucesos en el movimiento de los planetas y las estrellas. Por lo que fueron capaces de tener el tiempo suficiente para viajar desde sus países de origen a Belén para rendir homenaje a Jesús”.

En su libro electrónico, Baron, proporciona gráficos e imágenes para explicar mejor sus resultados. Ella dice que su investigación “confirma lo que creen los cristianos, y lo valida la Biblia”.

El libro digital, se vende en Amazon, fue escrito e ilustrado por el autor para permitir a las personas de 12 años de edad, comprender la información presentada, y los eventos del aviso del nacimiento que se explican de una forma fácil.


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Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas.

Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).

En el libro ella, explica cómo se utilizan los símbolos antiguos de astronomía y programas informáticos modernos para descubrir hechos que rodearon al nacimiento de Jesús.

Irene Baron, dijo: “siempre pensé que era una estrella de Navidad y quería encontrarla”, así que Baron comenzó a estudiar los símbolos de los antiguos astrónomos.

En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

Ella escribe, “el sexto evento importante del anuncio del nacimiento de Jesús ocurrió el 1 de septiembre de 0004, cuando un espectacular eclipse solar se produjo cerca de Marte, Venus y Saturno, mientras que el Sol se eclipsó parcialmente con un movimiento lento de Saturno. La Luna luego se movió en frente del Sol, hasta dejarlo totalmente eclipsado”.

Baron, explicó que la “Estrella de Navidad era, en realidad, Saturno. Fue en el otro lado del sol durante ese tiempo y era muy brillante en el cielo nocturno. Se movió hacia la derecha en Belén durante un período de dos semanas”.

 

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La autora comenzó a utilizar los programas de la NASA, para investigar el amanecer del cielo en el momento del nacimiento de Cristo. Baron, se imaginó que lo podría hacer volver en el tiempo con los programas de computadora para ver los patrones de las estrellas cómo eran como durante ese tiempo.

Baron, puso todos los cálculos en su computadora durante las búsquedas de su equipo para encontrar el amanecer en la zona horaria local de Belén gracias al uso de la latitud y la longitud correcta de esa ubicación. Los programas de computadora, nos retroceden el tiempo e imprimen mapas del cielo con la hora y el lugar, indicó.

Los datos de Irene Baron, se basaron principalmente en registros históricos, pinturas y esculturas de los templos antiguos, monedas y sellos legales.

“Ellos (los reyes magos) usaron su simbolismo para interpretar lo que sucedió en el cielo. Y cada planeta o una estrella simbolizaba a un dios. Cuando se comenzó a ver los eclipses que rodearon el nacimiento de Cristo, tomaron este símbolo al de un dios más grande y más poderoso que se acercaba a la tierra.

Debido a esto, Barón, dijo, que “los sabios tenían un previo conocimiento a través de su estudio de las estrellas que Cristo iba a nacer a causa de los diferentes sucesos en el movimiento de los planetas y las estrellas. Por lo que fueron capaces de tener el tiempo suficiente para viajar desde sus países de origen a Belén para rendir homenaje a Jesús”.


 

 

 

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A professora de astronomia Irene Worthington Baron utilizou mais de 60 programas de computador da NASA para provar a veracidade da “estrela de Natal”.

Recentemente, ela publicou suas conclusões em um livro onde afirma que a estrela descrita na Bíblia foi apenas um marcador de posição e o último de dez espetaculares anúncios celestes do nascimento.

A autora foi professora de ciências e da astronomia durante mais de 40 anos e teve acesso aos programas da NASA para usar em suas aulas. Sendo cristã, ele decidiu usar o que há de mais avançado na tecnologia nessa área para descobrir o que realmente aconteceu naqueles dias.

Seu ponto de partida é que, desde que foram criados, os movimentos de todos os corpos celestes, incluindo Lua, Sol, Terra e os demais planetas são imutáveis. Portanto, os astrônomos podem usar equações matemáticas para calcular como os corpos celestes se movem.

Os programas da NASA são capazes de realizar milhares de cálculos para refazer eventos ocorridos nos céus mais de 2.000 anos atrás.

Ela também estudou como os astrônomos antigos usavam seus simbolismos. Para isso, fez um extenso estudo de vários materiais  escritos por historiadores e arqueólogos. Os dados que obteve são baseados em registros históricos, pinturas e esculturas em templos antigos, moedas e selos.

Reunindo os dados da astronomia e o simbolismo dos antigos, pôde reconstituir o anúncio do nascimento mais importante da história da humanidade.

Algumas especulações no passado davam conta que a estrela de Natal era um cometa, uma estrela que explodiu (chamada de supernova) ou uma conjunção de planetas, quando eles parecem se fundir no céu.

Os muitos livros que Irene leu sobre história antiga e arqueologia mostram que os astrônomos na época faziam todas as observações celestes durante o amanhecer.

Portanto, todos os cálculos do computador usavam como base seis horas da manhã no fuso horário de Belém, que serviu como referência para latitude e longitude.

As dificuldades para chegar a uma conclusão durante sua pesquisa não foram poucas e estão incluídas no livro Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery [Desvendando o mistério da estrela de Natal].

A professora Baron diz que o simbolismo usado por antigos sacerdotes, astrônomos, astrólogos, e cosmólogos referia-se ao nascimento de um deus poderoso. Afinal, para eles, cada objeto que existia no céu era um deus e o anúncio do nascimento indicava que aquele seria o deus mais poderoso do universo.

A professora afirma que isso pode ser visto em diferentes interpretações simbólicas do céu feitas por civilizações como acádios, asiáticos, assírios, babilônios, chineses, egípcios, mesopotâmias, persas e sumérios.

Naquele momento da história, o mundo conhecido desfrutava de uma paz imposta pelos exércitos romanos. As pessoas podiam viajar com segurança. Isso permitiu que os magos, com os seus astrônomos e comitivas pudessem sair de sua terra natal e chegar até Belém, na Judeia.

O Sol era visto como um deus poderoso e confiável. A lua era considerada uma deusa, fonte de toda a inteligência, guardiã do conhecimento, do calendário e, quando vista junto com o Sol, significa saúde, felicidade e estabelecia as bases do poder do rei ou governante.

Cada um dos movimentos no céu das “estrelas errantes”, hoje chamados de planetas, significava algo para os antigos astrônomos.

O livro discute a posição do Sol, da Lua e da Terra durante um eclipse solar. Os antigos conheciam os eclipses solares e foram eles que ajudaram a anunciar o nascimento de Cristo em uma progressão de dez eventos incomuns e magníficos.

A maioria deles fez aparecer no céu uma luz de balizamento que guiou os reis estrangeiros até Jesus.

A série de eventos comprovados nesta obra ocorreram ao longo de muitos meses. Naquela época, os preparativos para uma viagem como essa demoravam um ano de antecedência ou mais.

As pessoas escolhidas como representantes de seus países para fazer essa visita ao maior Deus do universo sabia das exigências.

Isso inclui a escolha dos presentes ou tributos entregues, afinal o novo Deus poderia afetar o futuro de suas nações e o resultado de guerras.

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery  é um relato minucioso e fascinante do fenômeno estrelar descrito na Bíblia. Os capítulos abordam os registros bíblicos em paralelo a conceitos básicos de astronomia e simbolismo de civilizações antigas.

Há uma série de notas sobre os quase 100 livros consultados e referências técnicas sobre o funcionamento dos programas da NASA.


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Estudio comprueba la existencia de la Estrella de Belén

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Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas.

Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).

En el libro ella, explica cómo se utilizan los símbolos antiguos de astronomía y programas informáticos modernos para descubrir hechos que rodearon al nacimiento de Jesús.

 Irene Baron, dijo a The Christian Post: “siempre pensé que era una estrella de Navidad y quería encontrarla”, así que Baron comenzó a estudiar los símbolos de los antiguos astrónomos.

En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

Ella escribe, “El sexto evento importante del anuncio del nacimiento de Jesús ocurrió el 1 de septiembre de 0004, cuando un espectacular eclipse solar se produjo cerca de Marte, Venus y Saturno, mientras que el Sol se eclipsó parcialmente con un movimiento lento de Saturno. La Luna luego se movió en frente del Sol, hasta dejarlo totalmente eclipsado”.

Baron, explicó que la “Estrella de Navidad era, en realidad, Saturno. Fue en el otro lado del sol durante ese tiempo y era muy brillante en el cielo nocturno. Se movió hacia la derecha en Belén durante un período de dos semanas”.

¿Cómo se descubrió todo esto?

La autora comenzó a utilizar los programas de la NASA, para investigar el amanecer del cielo en el momento del nacimiento de Cristo. Baron, se imaginó que lo podría volver en el tiempo con los programas de computadora para ver los patrones de las estrellas cómo eran como durante ese tiempo.

Baron, puso todos los cálculos en su computadora durante las búsquedas de su equipo para encontrar el amanecer en la zona horaria local de Belén gracias al uso de la latitud y la longitud correcta de esa ubicación. Los programas de computadora, nos retroceden el tiempo e imprimen mapas del cielo con la hora y el lugar, indicó.

Los datos de Irene Baron, se basaron principalmente en registros históricos, pinturas y esculturas de los templos antiguos, monedas y sellos legales.

“Ellos (los reyes magos) usaron su simbolismo para interpretar lo que sucedió en el cielo. Y cada planeta o una estrella simbolizaba a un dios. Cuando se comenzó a ver los eclipses que rodearon el nacimiento de Cristo, tomaron este símbolo al de un dios más grande y más poderoso que se acercaba a la tierra.

Debido a esto, Barón, dijo, que “los sabios tenían un previo conocimiento a través de su estudio de las estrellas que Cristo iba a nacer a causa de los diferentes sucesos en el movimiento de los planetas y las estrellas. Por lo que fueron capaces de tener el tiempo suficiente para viajar desde sus países de origen a Belén para rendir homenaje a Jesús”.

En su libro electrónico, Baron, proporciona gráficos e imágenes para explicar mejor sus resultados. Ella dice que su investigación “confirma lo que creen los cristianos, y lo valida la Biblia”.

El libro digital, se vende en Amazon, fue escrito e ilustrado por el autor para permitir a las personas de 12 años de edad, comprender la información presentada, y los eventos del aviso del nacimiento que se explican de una forma fácil. (FUENTE: NOTICIACRISTIANA.COM)

 

Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas.

Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).

En el libro ella, explica cómo se utilizan los símbolos antiguos de astronomía y programas informáticos modernos para descubrir hechos que rodearon al nacimiento de Jesús.

 Irene Baron, dijo a The Christian Post: “siempre pensé que era una estrella de Navidad y quería encontrarla”, así que Baron comenzó a estudiar los símbolos de los antiguos astrónomos.

En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

Ella escribe, “El sexto evento importante del anuncio del nacimiento de Jesús ocurrió el 1 de septiembre de 0004, cuando un espectacular eclipse solar se produjo cerca de Marte, Venus y Saturno, mientras que el Sol se eclipsó parcialmente con un movimiento lento de Saturno. La Luna luego se movió en frente del Sol, hasta dejarlo totalmente eclipsado”.

Baron, explicó que la “Estrella de Navidad era, en realidad, Saturno. Fue en el otro lado del sol durante ese tiempo y era muy brillante en el cielo nocturno. Se movió hacia la derecha en Belén durante un período de dos semanas”.

¿Cómo se descubrió todo esto?

La autora comenzó a utilizar los programas de la NASA, para investigar el amanecer del cielo en el momento del nacimiento de Cristo. Baron, se imaginó que lo podría volver en el tiempo con los programas de computadora para ver los patrones de las estrellas cómo eran como durante ese tiempo.

Baron, puso todos los cálculos en su computadora durante las búsquedas de su equipo para encontrar el amanecer en la zona horaria local de Belén gracias al uso de la latitud y la longitud correcta de esa ubicación. Los programas de computadora, nos retroceden el tiempo e imprimen mapas del cielo con la hora y el lugar, indicó.

Los datos de Irene Baron, se basaron principalmente en registros históricos, pinturas y esculturas de los templos antiguos, monedas y sellos legales.

“Ellos (los reyes magos) usaron su simbolismo para interpretar lo que sucedió en el cielo. Y cada planeta o una estrella simbolizaba a un dios. Cuando se comenzó a ver los eclipses que rodearon el nacimiento de Cristo, tomaron este símbolo al de un dios más grande y más poderoso que se acercaba a la tierra.

Debido a esto, Barón, dijo, que “los sabios tenían un previo conocimiento a través de su estudio de las estrellas que Cristo iba a nacer a causa de los diferentes sucesos en el movimiento de los planetas y las estrellas. Por lo que fueron capaces de tener el tiempo suficiente para viajar desde sus países de origen a Belén para rendir homenaje a Jesús”.

En su libro electrónico, Baron, proporciona gráficos e imágenes para explicar mejor sus resultados. Ella dice que su investigación “confirma lo que creen los cristianos, y lo valida la Biblia”.

El libro digital, se vende en Amazon, fue escrito e ilustrado por el autor para permitir a las personas de 12 años de edad, comprender la información presentada, y los eventos del aviso del nacimiento que se explican de una forma fácil. (FUENTE: NOTICIACRISTIANA.COM)

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Christian researcher uses programs of NASA to explain the Star of Belém

 



The teacher of astronomy Irene Worthington Baron more than used 60 programs of computer of NASA to prove the veracity of the “star of Christmas”.

Recently, it published its conclusions in a book where she affirms that the described star in the Bible was only one marker of position and the last one of ten spectacular celestial announcements of the birth.

The author was teacher of sciences and astronomy during more than 40 years and had access to the programs of NASA to use in its lessons. Being Christian, it she decided to use what she has of more advanced in the technology in this area discovering what really happened in those days.

Its starting point is that, since that they had been servant, the movements of all the celestial bodies, including Moon, Sun, Land and the too much planets are invariant. Therefore, the astronomers can use mathematical equations to calculate as the celestial bodies if they move.

The programs of NASA are capable to carry through thousand of calculations to more than remake events occurred in skies 2,000 years behind.

It also studied as the old astronomers used its symbolisms. For this, she made an extensive study of some materials written for historians and archaeologists. The data that it got are based on historical registers, paintings and sculptures in old temples, currencies and stamps.

Congregating the data of astronomy and the symbolism of the old ones, it could reconstitute the announcement of the birth most important of the history of the humanity.

Some speculations in the past gave account that the star of Native was a comet, a star that blew up (called new) or a conjunction of planets, when they seem to merge themselves in the sky.
The many books that Irene read on old history and archaeology show that the astronomers at the time made all the celestial comments during the dawn.

Therefore, all the calculations of the computer used as base six hours of the morning in the hourly spindle of Belém, that served as reference for latitude and longitude.

The difficulties to arrive at a conclusion during its research had not been few and are enclosed in the Unraveling book the Christmas Star Mystery [Unmasking the mystery of the star of Christmas].

The Baron teacher says that the used symbolism for old priests, astronomers, astrólogos, and cosmologists the birth of a powerful god was mentioned to it. After all, for them, each object that existed in the sky was a god and the announcement of the birth indicated that one would be the god most powerful of the universe.

The teacher affirms that this can be seen in different symbolic interpretations of the sky made by civilizations as acádios, Asian, Assyrians, babilônios, Chinese, Egyptians, mesopotâmias, Persians and sumérios.

At that moment of history, the known world enjoyed of a peace imposed for the Roman armies. The people could travel with security. This allowed that the magos, with its astronomers and comitivas could leave its native land and arrive until Belém, in the Jew.

The Sun was seen as a powerful and trustworthy god. The moon was considered a goddess, source of all intelligence, guard of the knowledge, the calendar and, when sight together with the Sun, means health, happiness and established the bases of the power of the king or governor.

Each one of the movements in the sky of the “nomadic stars”, today called planets, meant something for the old astronomers.

The book argues the position of the Sun, the Moon and the Land during a solar eclipse. The old ones knew the eclipses solar and had been they who had helped to announce the birth of Christ in a progression of ten uncommon and magnificent events.

The majority of them made to appear in the sky an airway lighting light that guided the foreign kings until Jesus.
The series of events proven in this workmanship had occurred throughout many months. At that time, the preparativeses for a trip as this delayed one year of antecedence more or.

The chosen people as representative of its countries to make this visit to the biggest God of the universe wise person of the requirements.

This includes the choice of the gifts or tributes you deliver, after all the new God could affect the future of its nations and the result of wars.

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a minute and fascinating story of the phenomenon to estrelar described in the Bible. The chapters approach the Biblical registers in parallel the basic concepts of astronomy and symbolism of old civilizations.

It has a note series on 100 books almost consulted and references techniques on the functioning of the programs of NASA.

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Professora de astronomia usou tecnologia de ponta para investigar os céus de mais de 2000 anos atrás.

A professora de astronomia Irene Worthington Baron utilizou mais de 60 programas de computador da NASA para provar a veracidade da “estrela de Natal”.

Recentemente, ela publicou suas conclusões em um livro onde afirma que a estrela descrita na Bíblia foi apenas um marcador de posição e o último de dez espetaculares anúncios celestes do nascimento.

A autora foi professora de ciências e da astronomia durante mais de 40 anos e teve acesso aos programas da NASA para usar em suas aulas.
Sendo cristã, ele decidiu usar o que há de mais avançado na tecnologia nessa área para descobrir o que realmente aconteceu naqueles dias.

Seu ponto de partida é que, desde que foram criados, os movimentos de todos os corpos celestes, incluindo Lua, Sol, Terra e os demais planetas são imutáveis. Portanto, os astrônomos podem usar equações matemáticas para calcular como os corpos celestes se movem.

Os programas da NASA são capazes de realizar milhares de cálculos para refazer eventos ocorridos nos céus mais de 2.000 anos atrás.

Ela também estudou como os astrônomos antigos usavam seus simbolismos. Para isso, fez um extenso estudo de vários materiais escritos por historiadores e arqueólogos. Os dados que obteve são baseados em registros históricos, pinturas e esculturas em templos antigos, moedas e selos.

Reunindo os dados da astronomia e o simbolismo dos antigos, pôde reconstituir o anúncio do nascimento mais importante da história da humanidade.

Algumas especulações no passado davam conta que a estrela de Natal era um cometa, uma estrela que explodiu (chamada de supernova) ou uma conjunção de planetas, quando eles parecem se fundir no céu.

Os muitos livros que Irene leu sobre história antiga e arqueologia mostram que os astrônomos na época faziam todas as observações celestes durante o amanhecer.

Portanto, todos os cálculos do computador usavam como base seis horas da manhã no fuso horário de Belém, que serviu como referência para latitude e longitude.

As dificuldades para chegar a uma conclusão durante sua pesquisa não foram poucas e estão incluídas no livro Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery [Desvendando o mistério da estrela de Natal].

A professora Baron diz que o simbolismo usado por antigos sacerdotes, astrônomos, astrólogos, e cosmólogos referia-se ao nascimento de um deus poderoso. Afinal, para eles, cada objeto que existia no céu era um deus e o anúncio do nascimento indicava que aquele seria o deus mais poderoso do universo.

A professora afirma que isso pode ser visto em diferentes interpretações simbólicas do céu feitas por civilizações como acádios, asiáticos, assírios, babilônios, chineses, egípcios, mesopotâmias, persas e sumérios.

Naquele momento da história, o mundo conhecido desfrutava de uma paz imposta pelos exércitos romanos. As pessoas podiam viajar com segurança. Isso permitiu que os magos, com os seus astrônomos e comitivas pudessem sair de sua terra natal e chegar até Belém, na Judeia.

O Sol era visto como um deus poderoso e confiável. A lua era considerada uma deusa, fonte de toda a inteligência, guardiã do conhecimento, do calendário e, quando vista junto com o Sol, significa saúde, felicidade e estabelecia as bases do poder do rei ou governante.

Cada um dos movimentos no céu das “estrelas errantes”, hoje chamados de planetas, significava algo para os antigos astrônomos.

O livro discute a posição do Sol, da Lua e da Terra durante um eclipse solar. Os antigos conheciam os eclipses solares e foram eles que ajudaram a anunciar o nascimento de Cristo em uma progressão de dez eventos incomuns e magníficos.

A maioria deles fez aparecer no céu uma luz de balizamento que guiou os reis estrangeiros até Jesus.

A série de eventos comprovados nesta obra ocorreram ao longo de muitos meses. Naquela época, os preparativos para uma viagem como essa demoravam um ano de antecedência ou mais.

As pessoas escolhidas como representantes de seus países para fazer essa visita ao maior Deus do universo sabia das exigências.

Isso inclui a escolha dos presentes ou tributos entregues, afinal o novo Deus poderia afetar o futuro de suas nações e o resultado de guerras.

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery é um relato minucioso e fascinante do fenômeno estrelar descrito na Bíblia. Os capítulos abordam os registros bíblicos em paralelo a conceitos básicos de astronomia e simbolismo de civilizações antigas.

Há uma série de notas sobre os quase 100 livros consultados e referências técnicas sobre o funcionamento dos programas da NASA.




 

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Astronomers verify the existence of the Star of Bethlehem


When ex- professor of astronomy of the secondary school Worthington Irene Barón received 60 computer science programs of astronomy of the NASA for her class, she began to ask itself she could use if them to try if really there were one Christmas of stars.



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When ex- professor of astronomy of the secondary school Worthington Irene Barón received 60 computer science programs of astronomy of the NASA for her class, she began to ask itself she could use if them to try if really there were one Christmas of stars.

Baron, recently was retired and after 40 years of education, it finishes publishing new e-book, to clarify the mystery of the Star of Christmas (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).

In the book it, explains how the old symbols of astronomy and modern computer science programs are used to discover facts that surrounded to the birth of Jesus.

Irene Baron, said: “ always I thought that it was a star of Christmas and it wanted to find it ”, so Baron began to study the symbols of the old astronomers.

In its book, Baron, affirms that their findings reveal that they were 10 great celestial events that announced the birth of Jesus Christ, being the last mark, the position of the star on Bethlehem.

She writes, “ the sixth important event of the announcement of the birth of Jesus happened the 1 of September of 0004, when a spectacular solar eclipse took place near Mars, Venus and Saturn, whereas the Sun was eclipsed partially with a slow Saturn movement. The Moon soon moved in front of the Sun, until leaving it totally eclipsed ”.

Baron, explained that “ Star of Christmas was, in fact, Saturn
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. It was in the other side of the sun during that time and was very shining in the sky nocturne. ” moved towards the right in Bethlehem during a period of two weeks.

How was discovered all this?

The author began to use the programs of the NASA, to investigate the dawn of the sky at the time of the birth of Christ. Baron, imagined that it could return in the time with the computer programs to see the landlords of stars how they were like during that time.

Baron, put all the calculations in its computer during the searches of its equipment to find the dawn in the local hour zone of Bethlehem thanks to the use of the latitude and the correct length of that location. The computer programs, back down the time to us and print maps of the sky with the hour and the place, indicated.

The data of Irene Baron, were based mainly on historical registries, paintings and legal sculptures of the old temples, currencies and seals.

“ They (the magical kings) used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky. And each planet or a star symbolized a God. When it was begun to see the eclipses that surrounded the birth by Christ, they took this symbol to the one from a greater God and more powerful than it approached the Earth.

Due to this, Baron, said, that “ the wise people had a previous knowledge through their study of the stars that Christ was going to be born because of the different events in the movement from planets and stars. Reason why they were able to have the time sufficient to travel from its countries from origin to Bethlehem to pay tribute to Jesus ”.

In its electronic book, Baron, provides graphs and images to explain better its results. She says that its investigation “ confirms what the Christians create, and been worth the Bible ”.

The digital book, is sold in Amazon, was written and illustrated by the author to allow the people of 12 years of age, to include/understand the presented/displayed information, and the events of the warning of the birth that are explained of a easy form.

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Astrónomos comprueban la existencia de la Estrella de Belén


Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas.

Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).

En el libro ella, explica cómo se utilizan los símbolos antiguos de astronomía y programas informáticos modernos para descubrir hechos que rodearon al nacimiento de Jesús.

Irene Baron, dijo: “siempre pensé que era una estrella de Navidad y quería encontrarla”, así que Baron comenzó a estudiar los símbolos de los antiguos astrónomos.

En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

Ella escribe, “El sexto evento importante del anuncio del nacimiento de Jesús ocurrió el 1 de septiembre de 0004, cuando un espectacular eclipse solar se produjo cerca de Marte, Venus y Saturno, mientras que el Sol se eclipsó parcialmente con un movimiento lento de Saturno. La Luna luego se movió en frente del Sol, hasta dejarlo totalmente eclipsado”.

Baron, explicó que la “Estrella de Navidad era, en realidad, Saturno. Fue en el otro lado del sol durante ese tiempo y era muy brillante en el cielo nocturno. Se movió hacia la derecha en Belén durante un período de dos semanas”.

¿Cómo se descubrió todo esto?

La autora comenzó a utilizar los programas de la NASA, para investigar el amanecer del cielo en el momento del nacimiento de Cristo. Baron, se imaginó que lo podría volver en el tiempo con los programas de computadora para ver los patrones de las estrellas cómo eran como durante ese tiempo.

Baron, puso todos los cálculos en su computadora durante las búsquedas de su equipo para encontrar el amanecer en la zona horaria local de Belén gracias al uso de la latitud y la longitud correcta de esa ubicación. Los programas de computadora, nos retroceden el tiempo e imprimen mapas del cielo con la hora y el lugar, indicó.

Los datos de Irene Baron, se basaron principalmente en registros históricos, pinturas y esculturas de los templos antiguos, monedas y sellos legales.

“Ellos (los reyes magos) usaron su simbolismo para interpretar lo que sucedió en el cielo. Y cada planeta o una estrella simbolizaba a un dios. Cuando se comenzó a ver los eclipses que rodearon el nacimiento de Cristo, tomaron este símbolo al de un dios más grande y más poderoso que se acercaba a la tierra.

Debido a esto, Barón, dijo, que “los sabios tenían un previo conocimiento a través de su estudio de las estrellas que Cristo iba a nacer a causa de los diferentes sucesos en el movimiento de los planetas y las estrellas. Por lo que fueron capaces de tener el tiempo suficiente para viajar desde sus países de origen a Belén para rendir homenaje a Jesús”.

En su libro electrónico, Baron, proporciona gráficos e imágenes para explicar mejor sus resultados. Ella dice que su investigación “confirma lo que creen los cristianos, y lo valida la Biblia”.

El libro digital, se vende en Amazon, fue escrito e ilustrado por el autor para permitir a las personas de 12 años de edad, comprender la información presentada, y los eventos del aviso del nacimiento que se explican de una forma fácil.

 

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A professora de astronomia Irene Worthington Baron utilizou mais de 60 programas de computador da NASA para provar a veracidade da “estrela de Natal”.

Recentemente, ela publicou suas conclusões em um livro onde afirma que a estrela descrita na Bíblia foi apenas um marcador de posição e o último de dez espetaculares anúncios celestes do nascimento.

A autora foi professora de ciências e da astronomia durante mais de 40 anos e teve acesso aos programas da NASA para usar em suas aulas. Sendo cristã, ele decidiu usar o que há de mais avançado na tecnologia nessa área para descobrir o que realmente aconteceu naqueles dias.

Seu ponto de partida é que, desde que foram criados, os movimentos de todos os corpos celestes, incluindo Lua, Sol, Terra e os demais planetas são imutáveis. Portanto, os astrônomos podem usar equações matemáticas para calcular como os corpos celestes se movem.

Os programas da NASA são capazes de realizar milhares de cálculos para refazer eventos ocorridos nos céus mais de 2.000 anos atrás.

Ela também estudou como os astrônomos antigos usavam seus simbolismos. Para isso, fez um extenso estudo de vários materiais  escritos por historiadores e arqueólogos. Os dados que obteve são baseados em registros históricos, pinturas e esculturas em templos antigos, moedas e selos.

Reunindo os dados da astronomia e o simbolismo dos antigos, pôde reconstituir o anúncio do nascimento mais importante da história da humanidade.

Algumas especulações no passado davam conta que a estrela de Natal era um cometa, uma estrela que explodiu (chamada de supernova) ou uma conjunção de planetas, quando eles parecem se fundir no céu.

Os muitos livros que Irene leu sobre história antiga e arqueologia mostram que os astrônomos na época faziam todas as observações celestes durante o amanhecer.

Portanto, todos os cálculos do computador usavam como base seis horas da manhã no fuso horário de Belém, que serviu como referência para latitude e longitude.

As dificuldades para chegar a uma conclusão durante sua pesquisa não foram poucas e estão incluídas no livro Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery [Desvendando o mistério da estrela de Natal].

A professora Baron diz que o simbolismo usado por antigos sacerdotes, astrônomos, astrólogos, e cosmólogos referia-se ao nascimento de um deus poderoso. Afinal, para eles, cada objeto que existia no céu era um deus e o anúncio do nascimento indicava que aquele seria o deus mais poderoso do universo.

A professora afirma que isso pode ser visto em diferentes interpretações simbólicas do céu feitas por civilizações como acádios, asiáticos, assírios, babilônios, chineses, egípcios, mesopotâmias, persas e sumérios.

Naquele momento da história, o mundo conhecido desfrutava de uma paz imposta pelos exércitos romanos. As pessoas podiam viajar com segurança. Isso permitiu que os magos, com os seus astrônomos e comitivas pudessem sair de sua terra natal e chegar até Belém, na Judeia.

O Sol era visto como um deus poderoso e confiável. A lua era considerada uma deusa, fonte de toda a inteligência, guardiã do conhecimento, do calendário e, quando vista junto com o Sol, significa saúde, felicidade e estabelecia as bases do poder do rei ou governante.

Cada um dos movimentos no céu das “estrelas errantes”, hoje chamados de planetas, significava algo para os antigos astrônomos.

O livro discute a posição do Sol, da Lua e da Terra durante um eclipse solar. Os antigos conheciam os eclipses solares e foram eles que ajudaram a anunciar o nascimento de Cristo em uma progressão de dez eventos incomuns e magníficos.

A maioria deles fez aparecer no céu uma luz de balizamento que guiou os reis estrangeiros até Jesus.

A série de eventos comprovados nesta obra ocorreram ao longo de muitos meses. Naquela época, os preparativos para uma viagem como essa demoravam um ano de antecedência ou mais.

As pessoas escolhidas como representantes de seus países para fazer essa visita ao maior Deus do universo sabia das exigências.

Isso inclui a escolha dos presentes ou tributos entregues, afinal o novo Deus poderia afetar o futuro de suas nações e o resultado de guerras.

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery  é um relato minucioso e fascinante do fenômeno estrelar descrito na Bíblia. Os capítulos abordam os registros bíblicos em paralelo a conceitos básicos de astronomia e simbolismo de civilizações antigas.

Há uma série de notas sobre os quase 100 livros consultados e referências técnicas sobre o funcionamento dos programas da NASA.



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Irene Worthington Baron användas över sextio NASA astronomi datorprogram för att söka himlen i 2000-år sedan efter bevis och bevis på julen stjärna. Författaren rapporter som bekräftar varje upptäckte födelse tillkännagivande om Jesus Kristus genom att använda flera program astronomi dator.

Titlarna på NASA datorprogram som används av författaren anges i illustrerad bok, reda ut julen Star Mystery, på URL: http://www.irenebaron.com, och i slutet av detta pressmeddelande.

Ms Baron har sagt: “Bara för att en spektakulär himmelsk händelse inträffade i gryningen himmel 2000 – år sedan betydde inte att det var en del av Jesu Kristi födelse tillkännagivande. Händelsen måste ha rätt tillhörande symbolik som användes av forntida präster, astronomer, astrologer och kosmologer hänvisning till födelsen av den nya och mest kraftfulla Gud att födas i universum. “

Författaren korrelerade tolkningar av himmelska symboler och symboliska händelser som används av stjärnan bevakare av Kristi tid med de faktiska händelserna som de ägde rum i gryningen himlen. De svårigheter hon stött på under den forskning som ingår i boken.

Läsarna kommer att finna texten hänvisningar till de gamla symboliken i boken korrelerade med slutkommentarer som visas i kapitel. Referenser listas i den nyligen publicerade digital bok, reda ut julen Star Mystery, på URL:. Http://www.irenebaron.com, och i slutet av detta pressmeddelande

Enligt Ms baron, fanns det tio stora, himmelska händelser tillkännage Jesu Kristi födelse, den sista är den positionsmarkör över Betlehem. Händelserna skapade vad hon anser vara den största födelse tillkännagivande i mänsklighetens historia.

personer som använder program astronomi dator är inbjudna av författaren för att verifiera den himmelska händelser upptäckte hon. I sin bok hon identifierar varje event för dag, timme, månad och år.

Det har blivit allmänt känt att stjärnan bevakare av 2000-år sedan studerade himlen i gryningen. Deltagande individer måste därför ställa in tiden för deras sökningar till gryningen i den tidszon i Betlehem.

Det är allmänt känt att dagens astronomer att forntida astronomerna, astrologer, präster och kosmologer används symboler och symbolik att tolka stjärnan rörelser innan babylonierna av 4000-år sedan.

rörelser stjärnor och planeter på himlen är exakta och matematiska. Författaren drog därför slutsatsen att den gamla stjärnan bevakare, väl bevandrad i matematik och astronomi, kunde göra förutsägelser av Star rörelser år i förväg. Ms Baron uppgav det är logiskt att dra slutsatsen att ha avancerad kunskap är vad som gjorde att följen av Wisemen / Magi / astronomer / präster och deras stöd personal, gott om tid att resa från sina hemländer till Betlehem i Judeen för att hylla den nya guden och blir kanske den första hedningarna dyrka Honom.

Ms Baron lärt uppgifter om den gamla tolkningar av symboler och rörelser stjärna genom att använda abstrakt, böcker, tidningar och tidskrifter om antikens historia och arkeologi, inklusive studier av gamla skrifter, sniderier vägg, konst, astronomi, och historiska artefakter. Som nämnts tidigare är dessa referenser finns i slutet av detta pressmeddelande. Några exempel på de resurser identifiera symboler och symboliken i de gamla astronomerna, astrologer, och kosmologer och deras tolkningar är:

arkeoastronomi och Roots of Science av E. Krupp, AAAS Valda Symposium 71. Westview Press.

Norton Historia Astronomi & kosmologi av J. North, utgiven av WW Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy av försvunna civilisationer genom EG-Krupp, utgiven av Harper & Publishers Row.

Rapporterna från magiker och astrologer i Nineve och Babylon med redaktör RC Thompson, publicerad av Luzac & Company.

Författaren rapporter från sin forskning att den spektakulära födelse tillkännagivande händelser började i juli det händelserika året när den gamla “vandrande stjärna” gudar Venus, Mars och Jupiter var nära uppradade i gryningen himlen. I opposition hade de sin fulla ansikten briljant upplysta som neonskyltar. Symboliskt var astronomerna ombeds vara uppmärksamma på vad som komma skulle. Från den punkten, hände stora och spektakulära symboliska händelser snabbt.

Författaren fann de gamla gryningen himlen gudar flyttade unika sätt att bidra till att skapa imponerande julstjärnan händelser. Enligt hennes forskning, under förutsättning att varje himmelska händelse ytterligare symboliska bevis på att den nya guden födas på jorden var förutbestämd att bli den mäktigaste guden av universum.

Ms Baron konstaterade, “Den gamla stjärnan bevakare förmodligen skakade i sandaler när de tolkade den fenomenala och spektakulära händelser. Den förutspådda födelse största guden i universum var nog, för dem, det största evenemanget som någonsin hända på jorden. “

Enligt henne referenser, de gamla präster och astronomer tilldelats olika attribut till envar av de “vandrande stjärnor”, inklusive Saturnus. Deras olika symboliska föreställningar om månguden av kunskap och deras allsmäktiga solguden skapelsen är också diskuteras och refereras i boken.

Använda referenser för att verifiera sina resultat, förklarar Ms baron de specifika himmelska symboliska tolkningar av forntida civilisationer, inklusive Akkadians, asiater, assyrier, babylonierna, kinesiska, egyptier, Mespotamians, perser och sumererna.

Den digitala boken är skriven och illustrerad av författaren att personer åldrarna tolv och äldre för att förstå den information som presenteras. Astronomi kunskap som behövs för att förstå händelserna födelse tillkännagivande förklaras i ett lätt att förstå format.

Den digitala boken, reda ut julen Star Mystery, finns tillgänglig från större elektronisk bok säljare som Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble e-böcker, och Sony Reader Store.

En recensent rapporter:

reda ut julen Star Mystery är en grundlig, noggrann och trollbindande hänsyn till julstjärnan fenomenet bygga på många NASA datorprogram, bibliska passager, historiska dokument, illustrationer på fornlämningar, mynt och juridiska sälar som går tillbaka tre tusen eller år. De vetenskapliga data med gamla observationer och föreställningar bildar en exakt förklaring av Jesu födelse och tillhörande fenomenet julstjärnan. Denna text är en bra källa till information för forskare, lärare och befolkningen i allmänhet. Rekommenderas varmt för bibelforskare.

H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms Baron bor för närvarande i Ohio.




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Estudio comprueba la existencia de la Estrella de Belén

En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

 

Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas.

Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).

En el libro ella, explica cómo se utilizan los símbolos antiguos de astronomía y programas informáticos modernos para descubrir hechos que rodearon al nacimiento de Jesús.

 

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En su libro, Baron, afirma que sus hallazgos revelan que fueron 10 grandes eventos celestiales que anunciaron el nacimiento de Jesucristo, siendo la última marca, la posición de la estrella sobre Belén.

Ella escribe, “El sexto evento importante del anuncio del nacimiento de Jesús ocurrió el 1 de septiembre de 0004, cuando un espectacular eclipse solar se produjo cerca de Marte, Venus y Saturno, mientras que el Sol se eclipsó parcialmente con un movimiento lento de Saturno. La Luna luego se movió en frente del Sol, hasta dejarlo totalmente eclipsado”.

Baron, explicó que la “Estrella de Navidad era, en realidad, Saturno. Fue en el otro lado del sol durante ese tiempo y era muy brillante en el cielo nocturno. Se movió hacia la derecha en Belén durante un período de dos semanas”.

¿Cómo se descubrió todo esto?

La autora comenzó a utilizar los programas de la NASA, para investigar el amanecer del cielo en el momento del nacimiento de Cristo. Baron, se imaginó que lo podría volver en el tiempo con los programas de computadora para ver los patrones de las estrellas cómo eran como durante ese tiempo.

Baron, puso todos los cálculos en su computadora durante las búsquedas de su equipo para encontrar el amanecer en la zona horaria local de Belén gracias al uso de la latitud y la longitud correcta de esa ubicación. Los programas de computadora, nos retroceden el tiempo e imprimen mapas del cielo con la hora y el lugar, indicó.

Los datos de Irene Baron, se basaron principalmente en registros históricos, pinturas y esculturas de los templos antiguos, monedas y sellos legales.

“Ellos (los reyes magos) usaron su simbolismo para interpretar lo que sucedió en el cielo. Y cada planeta o una estrella simbolizaba a un dios. Cuando se comenzó a ver los eclipses que rodearon el nacimiento de Cristo, tomaron este símbolo al de un dios más grande y más poderoso que se acercaba a la tierra.

Debido a esto, Barón, dijo, que “los sabios tenían un previo conocimiento a través de su estudio de las estrellas que Cristo iba a nacer a causa de los diferentes sucesos en el movimiento de los planetas y las estrellas. Por lo que fueron capaces de tener el tiempo suficiente para viajar desde sus países de origen a Belén para rendir homenaje a Jesús”.

En su libro electrónico, Baron, proporciona gráficos e imágenes para explicar mejor sus resultados. Ella dice que su investigación “confirma lo que creen los cristianos, y lo valida la Biblia”.

El libro digital, se vende en Amazon, fue escrito e ilustrado por el autor para permitir a las personas de 12 años de edad, comprender la información presentada, y los eventos del aviso del nacimiento que se explican de una forma fácil.

ene Baron, dijo a The Christian Post: “siempre pensé que era una estrella de Navidad y quería encontrarla”, así que Baron comenzó a estudiar los símbolos de los antiguos astrónomos.


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A professora de astronomia Irene Worthington Baron utilizou mais de 60 programas de computador da NASA para provar a veracidade da “estrela de Natal”. Recentemente, ela publicou suas conclusões em um livro onde afirma que a estrela descrita na Bíblia foi apenas um marcador de posição e o último de dez espetaculares anúncios celestes do nascimento. A autora foi professora de ciências e da... 

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fot. Grzegorz Łobiński/flikr.com  nauczycielka astronomii Irene Worthington Baron otrzymała kiedyś w ramach pomocy edukacyjnej 60 programów komputerowych od NASA. Zaczęła się wtedy zastanawiać, czy może ich użyć do udowodnienia, że na prawdę istniała Betlejemska Gwiazda

 

 


Baron, która niedawno przeszła na emeryturę po prawie 40 latach nauczania, wydała książkę Odkrywanie Tajemnicy Gwiazdy Betlejemskiej, w której wyjaśnia wydarzenia związane z narodzeniem Chrystusa na podstawie starożytnych symboli astronomicznych i nowoczesnych programów komputerowych.

 

 

 

 

 

 "Zawsze uważałam, że Gwiazda Betlejemska istniała na prawdę i chciałem ją znaleźć" – mówi Baron. Z jej ustaleń wynika, że na niebie było aż 10 dużych zjawisk, które zapowiadały narodziny Jezusa Chrystusa, a ostatni z nich ukazało się dokładnie nad Betlejem.

 

 

 

 

 

"Gwiazda Betlejemska to był w rzeczywistości Saturn" – tłumaczy badaczka. Znajdował się on po drugiej stronie słońca i był bardzo jasnym punktem na niebie w tamtym czasie. Nad Betlejem Saturn był widoczny przez dwa tygodnie.

 

 

 

 

 

Jak emerytowana nauczycielka astronomii odkryła to wszystko? Baron zaczęła używać programów NASA do badań nieba w przybliżonym czasie narodzin Chrystusa.  Szybko zorientowała się, że mogła cofnąć się w czasie za pomocą programów komputerowych, aby sprawdzić, jakie gwiazdy pojawiały się wtedy na nieboskłonie.

 

 

 

 

 

Wyniki zebrane po analizie komputerowej Baron porównywała ze starożytnymi symbolami. Ponad dwa tysiące lat temu ludzie doskonale już opanowali obliczanie ruchów planet i ich zaćmień, jednak ciała niebieskie nadal utożsamiali z bogami. Baron twierdzi, że przed narodzinami Jezusa na niebie pojawiło się wiele zaćmień, stąd też starożytni odczytali te zjawiska, jako symbol narodzin większego, mocniejszego boga.

 

 

 

 

 

Zdaniem Baron mędrcy wiedzieli z wyprzedzeniem o narodzeniu Chrystusa właśnie dzięki badaniu gwiazd. Dlatego mieli wystarczająco dużo czasu na podróż do Betlejem, aby złożyć hołd narodzonemu Bogu. "Moje badania potwierdzają tekt biblijny i to, w co wierzą chrześcijanie" – podsumowuje badaczka.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Professora de astronomia usou tecnologia de ponta para investigar os céus de mais de 2000 anos atrás.

A professora de astronomia Irene Worthington Baron utilizou mais de 60 programas de computador da NASA para provar a veracidade da “estrela de Natal”.

Recentemente, ela publicou suas conclusões em um livro onde afirma que a estrela descrita na Bíblia foi apenas um marcador de posição e o último de dez espetaculares anúncios celestes do nascimento.

A autora foi professora de ciências e da astronomia durante mais de 40 anos e teve acesso aos programas da NASA para usar em suas aulas.

Sendo cristã, ele decidiu usar o que há de mais avançado na tecnologia nessa área para descobrir o que realmente aconteceu naqueles dias.

Seu ponto de partida é que, desde que foram criados, os movimentos de todos os corpos celestes, incluindo Lua, Sol, Terra e os demais planetas são imutáveis. Portanto, os astrônomos podem usar equações matemáticas para calcular como os corpos celestes se movem.

Os programas da NASA são capazes de realizar milhares de cálculos para refazer eventos ocorridos nos céus mais de 2.000 anos atrás.

Ela também estudou como os astrônomos antigos usavam seus simbolismos. Para isso, fez um extenso estudo de vários materiais escritos por historiadores e arqueólogos. Os dados que obteve são baseados em registros históricos, pinturas e esculturas em templos antigos, moedas e selos.

Reunindo os dados da astronomia e o simbolismo dos antigos, pôde reconstituir o anúncio do nascimento mais importante da história da humanidade.

Algumas especulações no passado davam conta que a estrela de Natal era um cometa, uma estrela que explodiu (chamada de supernova) ou uma conjunção de planetas, quando eles parecem se fundir no céu.

Os muitos livros que Irene leu sobre história antiga e arqueologia mostram que os astrônomos na época faziam todas as observações celestes durante o amanhecer.

Portanto, todos os cálculos do computador usavam como base seis horas da manhã no fuso horário de Belém, que serviu como referência para latitude e longitude.

As dificuldades para chegar a uma conclusão durante sua pesquisa não foram poucas e estão incluídas no livro Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery [Desvendando o mistério da estrela de Natal].

A professora Baron diz que o simbolismo usado por antigos sacerdotes, astrônomos, astrólogos, e cosmólogos referia-se ao nascimento de um deus poderoso. Afinal, para eles, cada objeto que existia no céu era um deus e o anúncio do nascimento indicava que aquele seria o deus mais poderoso do universo.

A professora afirma que isso pode ser visto em diferentes interpretações simbólicas do céu feitas por civilizações como acádios, asiáticos, assírios, babilônios, chineses, egípcios, mesopotâmias, persas e sumérios.

Naquele momento da história, o mundo conhecido desfrutava de uma paz imposta pelos exércitos romanos. As pessoas podiam viajar com segurança. Isso permitiu que os magos, com os seus astrônomos e comitivas pudessem sair de sua terra natal e chegar até Belém, na Judeia.

O Sol era visto como um deus poderoso e confiável. A lua era considerada uma deusa, fonte de toda a inteligência, guardiã do conhecimento, do calendário e, quando vista junto com o Sol, significa saúde, felicidade e estabelecia as bases do poder do rei ou governante.

Cada um dos movimentos no céu das “estrelas errantes”, hoje chamados de planetas, significava algo para os antigos astrônomos.

O livro discute a posição do Sol, da Lua e da Terra durante um eclipse solar. Os antigos conheciam os eclipses solares e foram eles que ajudaram a anunciar o nascimento de Cristo em uma progressão de dez eventos incomuns e magníficos.

A maioria deles fez aparecer no céu uma luz de balizamento que guiou os reis estrangeiros até Jesus.

A série de eventos comprovados nesta obra ocorreram ao longo de muitos meses. Naquela época, os preparativos para uma viagem como essa demoravam um ano de antecedência ou mais.

As pessoas escolhidas como representantes de seus países para fazer essa visita ao maior Deus do universo sabia das exigências.

Isso inclui a escolha dos presentes ou tributos entregues, afinal o novo Deus poderia afetar o futuro de suas nações e o resultado de guerras.

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery é um relato minucioso e fascinante do fenômeno estrelar descrito na Bíblia. Os capítulos abordam os registros bíblicos em paralelo a conceitos básicos de astronomia e simbolismo de civilizações antigas.

Há uma série de notas sobre os quase 100 livros consultados e referências técnicas sobre o funcionamento dos programas da NASA.


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Amerykańska nauczycielka astronomii Irene Worthington Baron otrzymała w ramach pomocy edukacyjnej 60 programów komputerowych od NASA. Zaczęła się wtedy zastanawiać, czy użyć ich do udowodnienia, że betlejemska gwiazda istniała naprawdę.

Baron, która niedawno przeszła na emeryturę po prawie 40 latach nauczania, wydała książkę "Odkrywanie tajemnicy gwiazdy betlejemskiej", w której wyjaśnia wydarzenia związane z narodzeniem Chrystusa na podstawie starożytnych symboli astronomicznych i nowoczesnych programów komputerowych.

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Zawsze uważałam, że gwiazda ta istniała naprawdę i chciałem ją znaleźć – mówi Baron. Z jej ustaleń wynika, że na niebie było aż 10 dużych zjawisk, które zapowiadały narodziny Jezusa Chrystusa, a ostatni z nich ukazało się dokładnie nad Betlejem.

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Gwiazda betlejemska to był w rzeczywistości Saturn – tłumaczy badaczka. Znajdował się on po drugiej stronie słońca i był bardzo jasnym punktem na niebie w tamtym czasie. Nad Betlejem Saturn był widoczny przez dwa tygodnie.

Jak emerytowana nauczycielka astronomii odkryła to wszystko? Baron zaczęła używać programów NASA do badań nieba w przybliżonym czasie narodzin Chrystusa. Szybko zorientowała się, że mogła cofnąć się w czasie za pomocą programów komputerowych, aby sprawdzić, jakie gwiazdy pojawiały się wtedy na nieboskłonie.

Wyniki zebrane po analizie komputerowej Baron porównywała ze starożytnymi symbolami. Ponad dwa tysiące lat temu ludzie doskonale już opanowali obliczanie ruchów planet i ich zaćmień, jednak ciała niebieskie nadal utożsamiali z bogami. Baron twierdzi, że przed narodzinami Jezusa na niebie pojawiło się wiele zaćmień, stąd też starożytni odczytali te zjawiska, jako symbol narodzin większego, mocniejszego boga.

Zdaniem Baron mędrcy wiedzieli z wyprzedzeniem o narodzeniu Chrystusa właśnie dzięki badaniu gwiazd. Dlatego mieli wystarczająco dużo czasu na podróż do Betlejem, aby złożyć hołd narodzonemu Bogu. Moje badania potwierdzają tekst biblijny i to, w co wierzą chrześcijanie – podsumowuje badaczka.


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Estudio comprueba la existencia de la Estrella de Belén

Cuando la ex profesora de astronomía de la escuela secundaria Worthington Irene Barón recibió 60 programas informáticos de astronomía de la NASA para su clase, comenzó a preguntarse si los podía usar para probar si realmente hubo una Navidad de estrellas. Baron, recientemente fue jubilada y tras 40 años de enseñanza, acaba de publicar un nuevo e-book, para esclarecer el misterio de la Estrella de Navidad (Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery).


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Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs - 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.Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011 Irene Worthington Baron used over sixty NASA ...


 

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Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.” 

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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. 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind. 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago. 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him. 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe. 

Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

 According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book. 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians. 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

 s. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

 The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company. 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe. 

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

 According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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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.

Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.
It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:
Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.
The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.
Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.
The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

One reviewer reports:
Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.
H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.
Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.
She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


 

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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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

 The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

 According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind. 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe. 

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

 According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians. 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D. 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.” 

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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. 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem. 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago. 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company. 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly. 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.” 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book. 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format. 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

 The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

 According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind. 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem. 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago. 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company. 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly. 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.? 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book. 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store. 

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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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.

Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

 The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

 According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.
It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago. 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him. 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:
Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.
The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.hoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.
The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly. 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

 According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format. 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 One reviewer reports:
Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.
H. Lewis, M.D. 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.
Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.
She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.



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 Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs

Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

 The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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. 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind. 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem. 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company. 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly. 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe. 

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.? 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book. 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 he digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format. 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D. 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

 The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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. 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind. 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem. 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe. 

Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.” 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book. 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians. 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store. 

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D. 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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Christmas Star Events Proven And Explained By Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs.

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.




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Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.” 

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

 According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago. 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him. 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company. 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly. 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

 According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book. 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians. 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format. 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

 Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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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, Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christs 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.

 

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christs 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.

 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient wandering star gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 

Ms. Baron stated, The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.

 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the wandering stars, including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

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While thousands of Christians around the world joined worshipers in Washington and Bethlehem Saturday for the annual Bethlehem Prayer Service in Washington D.C., and 2.039 billion Christians (32% of world population) prepared for the celebration of the birth of Jesus, former high school astronomy teacher, Irene Worthington Baron, was announcing that she thinks she has unraveled the mystery of the Christmas Star of Bethlehem.

Yeah, I know, but as I read more, it became very interesting.

Her search began when she received 60 astronomy computer programs from NASA for her classroom.

By using the programs to recapture star locations, etc., about the time Jesus was born, led her to some fascinating discoveries.

In her book she claims that her findings reveal that there were 10 major celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem.

She has released an ebook titled, "Unraveling The Christmas Star Mystery".

This is how the Christianpost.com reported the story:

She writes, “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky.”

She told CP that the, “Christmas star was, in fact, Saturn.” It was on the other side of the sun during that time and was very bright in the night sky. It was moving right over Bethlehem during a two-week time period.

So how did she discover all of this?

The author began using the NASA programs to research the dawn sky around the time of Christ’s birth. Baron figured she could go back in time with the computer programs to look at what the star patterns were like during that time.

She set all calculations during her computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. The computer programs would then go back in time and print out sky maps from the time and place in the sky she indicated.

When the computer would finally print something out, sometimes after days of waiting, Baron would look at the sky charts for unusual patterns like eclipses.

Once she located different sky patterns she would then look at the symbolism of ancient cultures during the time around the birth of Christ that had also noted similar occurrences. She began an extensive study of books written by historians and archaeologists. Their data was based primarily on historical records, paintings and carvings on ancient temples, coins and legal seals.

The planets and stars have set patterns, so astronomers as far back as 4,000 years ago, beginning in Babylonian times, could use mathematics to predict how the celestial objects would move for a year or more in advance. For ancient cultures, each motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something.

They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky. And each planet or star symbolized a god. When they began seeing the eclipses surrounding the birth of Christ, they took this to symbolize a larger more powerful god was coming to earth.

Because of this, Baron said, the wise men had advance knowledge through their study of the stars that Christ would be born because of different happenings among the movement of the planets and stars. So they were able to have enough time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem to pay homage to Jesus.

In her ebook, Baron provides charts and pictures to further explain her findings. She says her research “will confirm what Christians believe, and validate the Bible.”

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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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

 

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

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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.

 

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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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

The public domain, astronomy computer programs were sent to the author by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration education library. She used their computer programs to discover, verify, and report the astronomy events listed in the digital book: Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. The computer program titles include:

 

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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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

The public domain, astronomy computer programs were sent to the author by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration education library. She used their computer programs to discover, verify, and report the astronomy events listed in the digital book: Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. The computer program titles include:

 

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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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

The public domain, astronomy computer programs were sent to the author by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration education library. She used their computer programs to discover, verify, and report the astronomy events listed in the digital book: Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. The computer program titles include:

 


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(ANS) – NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) sent me over 60-astronomy computer programs to use in my high school astronomy classroom. WOW! That was awesome! The programs were so diverse, they could be used to track celestial motions of the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars in many ways. I was excited and my students were awed.

 

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Being a Christian, the first thing that came to my mind was a question. Could these programs tell me what happened in the sky when Christ was born? Could I prove there really was a Christmas star? If so, what was it?

Some past suggestions and speculation of the Christmas star were that it was a comet, an exploding star called a nova or supernova, or a conjunction of planets. A conjunction of planets is when the planets appear to merge. Since their orbital paths are millions of miles apart, they don’t physically meet, but appear to do so in the sky. Were any of these things the Christmas star?

I always enjoyed searching for information. In the past I’d done so using books. Now, I could use my computer. To have the opportunity to use mathematically precise computer programs was a blessing. The movements of the Sun, Moon, planets and stars in the sky don’t change, so the computer programs would be accurate. To have the opportunity to find out about the celestial objects of 2000 years ago was going to be a challenge, and I loved challenges. This was going to be fun. I was going to find out if there really was a Christmas star. Consequently, I spent much time on the computer almost every night.

Did I find out what happened? I sure did!

It was an exciting journey back into history, for not only did I have to find the event set which was predicted and anticipated by the ancient wise men/astronomers/astrologers/ cosmologists/magi/priests, I had to learn more about them and that time in history. How did they interpret what they saw in the sky? What was symbolic to them? Why would they use the event of some celestial happening to predict the birth of the greatest God to be born in the universe?

After reading through many books on ancient history and archeology, I learned that astronomers at that time used dawn for all celestial observations. Therefore, I had to set all calculations during the computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. I consistently used six o’clock in the morning.

In His original creation, God set the wheels in motion for everything to happen at the correct time and place in the future, perhaps millions of years later. To realize what He accomplished is humbling. The intelligence and magnificence of our Heavenly Father is so great, it’s hard to comprehend.

In the Holy Bible, Galatians, 4:41* is the statement: “But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son.”

This tells us that His Son would be born when everything was perfect for that event. And it was. At that time in history, the known world was at a peace enforced by the Roman armies. People could travel safely and did. That enabled the wise men with their astronomers and entourages to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea.

To these astronomers, who erroneously believed every object that existed in the sky was a god, this heavenly birth announcement was for the first God to be born on Earth. In addition, their interpretations told He would be the most powerful God in the universe. This was a God that would change their way of thinking and the religions of the world. The wise men became the first gentiles to worship Him.

To the ancients, everyone single object in the sky was erroneously considered to be a god and held symbolic meaning. Their powerful Sun god had no equal. They had no idea it was related in any way to the myriad points of light in the sky, other suns (stars) in the far distances of our galaxy. Considering the Sun as both powerful and dependable, the orderly path it took over the years gave it a characteristic they determined to be the source of all authority. When interpretations of celestial events were made, if the Sun was involved, it meant there was approval of the event by all the gods of their universe.

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Their Moon god was considered the source of all intelligence, knowledge, keeper of the calendar and, when seen with the Sun, meant health, happiness, greetings and established the foundations of the emperor, king, or ruler.

After the Sun and Moon, the most important gods to them were those which made up the “wandering stars,” now known as planets. Every motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something to the ancient astronomers. They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky, each of their celestial gods declaring what was to be.

When our almighty and all-knowing God created the universe, he produced every piece of every subatomic particle, atom, star, nebula, galaxy, dark matter, and all that existed, visible and invisible. At that instant of creation, the laws of nature that God ordained in his infinite wisdom were set into motion, along with every celestial object. They continued moving in what many would consider meaningless motions. But He knew and preordained them to move in ways that at the time His Son, Jesus Christ, was going to be born on Earth, the heavens announced not only His birth, but also His birthplace.

It is a miracle that it happened when the birth and the birthplace could be determined correctly by the astronomers of that time. Like the Babylonians before them, they were so mathematically advanced they could predict the motions of the heavenly bodies years in the future. That gave their countrymen time to decide what to do about the birth of the new God. They had to choose who would travel up to a year in advance or more to reach the birthplace of the new God. What supplies would be needed for all personnel traveling with their entourage? What gifts they would take? How would the gifts be presented within the protocols of their culture? What would the presentation mean for the future of the presenters and their countries? To ponder the questions was probably mind boggling to them.

The emperors, kings, and rulers chosen as representatives of their countries to make a presentation to the greatest God of the universe were most likely very apprehensive. Not only was there probably heightened anxiety and anticipation of solving the problems that would arise during the preparation and duration of their journeys, they had to make sure that everything they were going to do during the actual gift presentation would be correct. What would they wear? Would they decorate their skin as they did in the temples of their homelands? Should the main dignitary or a priest offer the gifts? Should they bow or prostrate themselves before Him? Since this God could greatly affect the future of their nation and the outcome of wars, everything had to be perfect.

These men, the best their countries had to offer, were going to be eye witnesses to the greatest event to ever occur on Earth. They were going to actually see the God that was born during the most magnificent and largest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

The chapters of the book include the Introduction, Biblical Records of the Birth, Basic Astronomy Concepts, Symbolism by Civilization, The Ancient Astronomers, The Christmas Star Events, Computer Evidence, References, Computer Programs Utilized, Glossary, and Endnotes. An index is available for hard copies.

Using 98-book and periodical references and 65-computer programs, the Christmas star event was proven and spectacular. What an honor and blessing it has been for me to experience the discovery and knowledge of what happened at the birth of Jesus Christ.

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Here is one of my original sketches, later refined and used in the book. The text discusses the position of the Sun, Moon and Earth during a solar eclipse. The ancients used their symbolism to interpret the meanings of two dawn solar eclipses that occurred within 30-days of one another. One was a total solar eclipse which fully blocked the sun. The other was a partial solar eclipse. The eclipses helped announce the birth of Christ in a progression of ten unusual and magnificent events.

One paragraph from the book reads: “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. Venus, Mars and Saturn were still at opposition and extremely brilliant. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky. It did not matter that the Sun’s brilliance blocked out their Saturn god, for the astronomers knew where Saturn was. As the Moon blackened the Sun and blocked the sunlight, Saturn’s image would have brightened to allow it to appear like a jewel of light beaconing for attention in the sky.”

Note: During this investigative journey, I spent several years researching the historical and archeological history of 2,000-years ago. My research has taken me to many libraries. I have used the resources of my local public library here in Zanesville, Ohio and found the reference personnel gracious in their offers to obtain books from elsewhere for my use. My studies at Hiram College (BA) and Ohio University (MA) were implemented by training with the World Engineers Joint Council in London, England where I studied coordinate indexing, operations, research procedural steps, information systems, syntactical problems, information retrieval thesauri, relationships of knowledge, information, and data under the auspices of the Information Systems Research Division of Battelle Memorial Institute out of Columbus, Ohio.

Having studied astronomy in college, I taught astronomy as part of Earth Science in high school for almost 30-years, I found my students fascinated about the sky above them. I have collected astronomy materials and data since high school, much of it from NASA.

I wrote the geology and hydrology section of the Top Secret Mekong River Project book for the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), Research & Development Center – Thailand, living in that country 4-years. I was editor of the National Earth Science Teachers Newsletter (East Central Section), presented workshops at the Science Education Council of Ohio and other regional meetings. Having been recognized by Hiram College with their Annual Award of Outstanding Achievement, other awards have primarily been for teaching or technology. A few include National Science Foundation fellowships, honorary societies, AT&T Ohio Science Teacher of Year, Governor’s Fellow, Outstanding Earth Science Teacher (East Central Section, National Association of Geoscience Teachers), entries in Who’s Who with four different organizations, etc.

* Scripture quotation is taken from the Holy Bible, King James Version, Copyright 1981, Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Used by permission.


 


Irene Baron currently resides in Zanesville, Ohio. A former teacher and current pilot, Irene worked with the Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA) in Thailand while employed by Battelle Memorial Institute and as an aerial photographer. Recently retired, she is spending time painting icons for her angel alphabet book and finishing the second novel in a Christian paranormal suspense series. She is a member of Coburn UM Church and has one daughter who lives in Delaware. Irene is currently working on a non-fiction book about this topic and publishers may reach the author at: irenebaron@irenebaron.com.

 

 

 




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The author, a teacher of science and astronomy for 40+ years, used over sixty NASA provided astronomy computer programs to research the Christmas star event. The purpose was to discover if there really was a Christmas star. If so, what was it? Did she find it? Yes she did!
Since the universe was created, the motions of all celestial bodies, including the Earth, Moon, Sun, and planets, have been unchanging. That is why the astronomers of 4,000-years ago, beginning in Babylonian times, could use their mathematics to predict how the celestial objects would move for a year or more in advance. The NASA computer programs, based on mathematics, could therefore search for events over 2,000-years ago. The next problem was to find out why the ancient astronomers, using their symbolism, interpreted the Christmas star event to predict the greatest God in the Universe was going to be born on Earth.
Ms. Baron solved this problem after extensive studies of numerous books written by historians and archeologists. Their data was based primarily on historical records, paintings and carvings on ancient temples, coins and legal seals. She put the astronomy data found with the symbolism of the ancients to uncover the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.
A precise and easy to understand explanation of the of the Christmas star events, this text is a good source of information for the Bible scholars, teachers, and the population in general. This book is recommended for teachers in seminaries, Christian schools and home schools. In reading this indispensible work about the Christmas star, they will also learn more about astronomy.

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The author, a teacher of science and astronomy for 40+ years, used over sixty NASA provided astronomy computer programs to research the Christmas star event. The purpose was to discover if there really was a Christmas star. If so, what was it? Did she find it? Yes she did!
Since the universe was created, the motions of all celestial bodies, including the Earth, Moon, Sun, and planets, have been unchanging. That is why the astronomers of 4,000-years ago, beginning in Babylonian times, could use their mathematics to predict how the celestial objects would move for a year or more in advance. The NASA computer programs, based on mathematics, could therefore search for events over 2,000-years ago. The next problem was to find out why the ancient astronomers, using their symbolism, interpreted the Christmas star event to predict the greatest God in the Universe was going to be born on Earth.
Ms. Baron solved this problem after extensive studies of numerous books written by historians and archeologists. Their data was based primarily on historical records, paintings and carvings on ancient temples, coins and legal seals. She put the astronomy data found with the symbolism of the ancients to uncover the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.
A precise and easy to understand explanation of the of the Christmas star events, this text is a good source of information for the Bible scholars, teachers, and the population in general. This book is recommended for teachers in seminaries, Christian schools and home schools. In reading this indispensible work about the Christmas star, they will also learn more about astronomy.


 

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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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

 

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D. 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.


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Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011Irene 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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

 he author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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. 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem. 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago. 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him. 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe. 

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

 According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book. 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians. 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D. 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

 The public domain, astronomy computer programs were sent to the author by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration education library. She used their computer programs to discover, verify, and report the astronomy events listed in the digital book: Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. The computer program titles include:


 


 

 

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Irene Worthington Baron used more than sixty of the NASA astronomy computer program to find Heaven 2,000 years ago for evidence and proof of the star of Christmas. The author reports the confirmation of each found the announcement of the birth of Jesus Christ by using some of the astronomical computer program.

The title of a computer program used by NASA are listed in the picture book writer, breaks down the mystery star Christmas, in the URL: http://www.irenebaron.com, and at the end of this press release.

MS. Baron stated, “just because a celestial event occurring in the dawn sky spectacular 2,000 years ago does not mean it is part of the announcement of the birth of Jesus Christ. The show had to correct related symbolism that is used by the ancient priests, astrologers, astronomers, and cosmologists who refers to the birth of a new and most powerful God was born in the universe. “

The author’s interpretation of the symbol of the heavens and correlated events used by observers of the symbolic stars are the time of Christ with the actual events as they occur in the dawn sky. The difficulties he encountered during the research that is included in the book.

Readers will find the ancient symbolism in the book reference that correlates with the end records that are listed by chapter. The references listed in the new digital books published, breaks down the mystery of Christmas stars, in the URL: http://www.irenebaron.com, and at the end of this press release.



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Irene Worthington Baron used more than sixty programs of NASA astronomy computer search the sky 2000 years for the detection and proof of the star Christmas. The author reports confirming each ad discovered the birth of Jesus Christ through the use of several computer programs astronomy.

as computer programs from NASA used by the author listed in the illustrated book, Education of the Mystery Star Christmas at the URL: http://www.irenebaron.com, and at the end of this release.

Ms. Baron said. “Just because a celestial spectacular event at the dawn of 2000 - it was not for years was part of the birth of the proclamation of Jesus Christ of the event must have the correct symbol associated by the ancient priests, astronomers, astrologers and cosmologists who was born to be used for the birth of new and powerful God in the universe. “

The author is correlated

celestial symbols and symbolic interpretations of the events used by the observers out in the time of Christ with the actual events that occurred in the sky of dawn. The difficulties encountered during the search are included in the book.

reader will find references to symbols in the old text book with endnotes, listed by chapter are correlated. References are listed in the recently published book Digital inform the Christmas Star Mystery at the URL:. Http: / / www.irenebaron.com, and at the end of this press release

According to Ms. Baron

, there were ten major celestial events of the announcement of the birth of Jesus Christ, the last time the marker position in Bethlehem. Events have created what he considers the most important birth announcement in the history of mankind.

individuals, astronomy, computer programs are invited by the author to celestial events, they discovered check. In his book identifies each day of the event, hours, months and years.

It has become common knowledge that the star of the 2000s, observers surveyed the sky at dawn. The participating entities must, therefore, when they search until dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

It is well known to astronomers today, the ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests, symbols and symbolism used by cosmologists stars to interpret the movements in front of the Babylonians 4,000 years ago.

motions of stars and planets are accurate and mathematically. The author concludes that the old stars observers, also qualified in mathematics and astronomy able to predict movements have been out years in advance. Ms. Baron said, it is logical to conclude that knowledge is what makes traveling in the neighborhoods of the wise / magician / astronomer / priests and their support staff time enough to leave their home in Bethlehem in Judea, to make a homage to the new god and may be the first to pagan worship.

Ms. Baron

learned the details of the interpretation of symbols and former star movements with abstracts, books, newspapers and magazines on ancient history and archeology, including studies of ancient writings, wall reliefs , art, astronomy and historical artifacts. As already mentioned, these references at the end of this press release are included. Some examples of resources to identify the symbols and the symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers and cosmologists and their interpretations are as follows:

Archaeoastronomy and the roots of science by E. Krupp, AAAS Symposium 71 selected Westview Press.

History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. Norton North published by WW Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by EC Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The reports of the magicians and astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon, RC Thompson, editor, published by Luzac & Company.

The author reports on his research, which began the dramatic announcement of the birth event in July of this eventful year, where the old “wandering stars” of the gods, Venus, Mars and Jupiter were close fed in the sky at dawn. In opposition, they had turned their faces filled the bright neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers wondered, attention to what was coming to pay. In this respect, important and dramatic symbolic events happen quickly.

The author has found the ancient gods twilight sky went to help in a unique way to create beautiful poinsettias events. According to their research, provided that the evidence of each celestial event more symbolic than the new God is born as determined on the earth, the most powerful god of the universe. Become

Ms. Baron said. “Observers of old stars were probably shaking in his sandals when she played phenomenal and spectacular events foretold the birth of the greatest of God in the world was probably in order, the biggest event ever on earth is done . “

references, the old priest and astronomer assigned to different attributes to each of the “wandering stars”, including Saturn. Their different beliefs are symbolic for the moon god of knowledge and its powerful sun god of creation was also discussed and referenced in the book.

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with links to their results, Ms. Baron said the celestial specific symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations, including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians and Sumerians.

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digital book, education is the Christmas Star Mystery of electronic bookstores such as Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble and Sony Reader eBooks Store.

A reviewer wrote:

Unravelling the mystery of Christmas Star is a detailed, concise and compelling phenomenon of Christmas star on many computer programs from NASA, writings, historical documents, illustrations of ancient monuments, coins and seals three thousand or legal basis for several years. The scientific data with ancient beliefs and observations provide a detailed explanation of the birth of Jesus and the related phenomenon of the poinsettia. This text is a good source of information for students, teachers and people in general. Highly recommended for scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

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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.

Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

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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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

 

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 

Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D.

 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

 

The public domain, astronomy computer programs were sent to the author by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration education library. She used their computer programs to discover, verify, and report the astronomy events listed in the digital book: Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. The computer program titles include:

 

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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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

 

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

 

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

 

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

 

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

 

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

 

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

 

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

 

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

 

Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

 

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

 

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

 

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

 

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

 

One reviewer reports:

Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

H. Lewis, M.D. 

Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.



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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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

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Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

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Baron, recently retired after almost 40 years of teaching, just released a new ebook, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. In it, she explains how she used ancient astronomy symbols and modern computer programs to uncover events surrounding the birth of Christ.

She told The Christian Post, “I always thought there was one Christmas star and I wanted to find it.” So she started studying the symbols of ancient astronomers.

In her book, Baron claims that her findings reveal there were 10 major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem.

She writes, “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky.”

She told CP that the “Christmas star was, in fact, Saturn.” It was on the other side of the sun during that time and was very bright in the night sky. It was moving right over Bethlehem during a two-week time period.

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So how did she discover all of this?

The author began using the NASA programs to research the dawn sky around the time of Christ’s birth. Baron figured she could go back in time with the computer programs to look at what the star patterns were like during that time.

She set all calculations during her computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. The computer programs would then go back in time and print out sky maps from the time and place in the sky she indicated.

When the computer would finally print something out, sometimes after days of waiting, Baron would look at the sky charts for unusual patterns like eclipses.

Once she located different sky patterns she would then look at the symbolism of ancient cultures during the time around the birth of Christ that had also noted similar occurrences. She began an extensive study of books written by historians and archeologists. Their data was based primarily on historical records, paintings and carvings on ancient temples, coins and legal seals.

The planets and stars have set patterns, so astronomers as far back as 4,000 years ago, beginning in Babylonian times, could use mathematics to predict how the celestial objects would move for a year or more in advance. For ancient cultures, each motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something.

They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky. And each planet or star symbolized a god. When they began seeing the eclipses surrounding the birth of Christ, they took this to symbolize a larger more powerful god was coming to earth.

Because of this, Baron said, the wise men had advance knowledge through their study of the stars that Christ would be born because of different happenings among the movement of the planets and stars. So they were able to have enough time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem to pay homage to Jesus.

In her ebook, Baron provides charts and pictures to further explain her findings. She says her research “will confirm what Christians believe, and validate the Bible.”

The digital book, being sold on Amazon, was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages 12 and older to understand the information presented, and the birth announcement events are explained in an easy-to-comprehend format.

 

 

 

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    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, Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christs 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.

     

     

    The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christs 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.

     

     

    According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

     

     

    Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.
    It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the flipped at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

     

     

    It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

     

     

    The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are accurate and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient leading watchers, swell versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to go from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

     

     

    Ms. Baron learned the details referring the ancient interpretations of symbols and leading movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:
    Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.
    The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.
    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.
    The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

     

     

    The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient wandering star gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

     

     

    The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

     

     

    Ms. Baron stated, The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.

     

     

    According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the wandering stars, including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

     

     

    Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

     

     

    The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

     

     

    The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

     

     

    One reviewer reports:
    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and sound seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form an accurate explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.
    H. Lewis, M.D.

     

     

    Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.
    Additional information may be found on her Web located: http://www.irenebaron.com.
    She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    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.

    Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

    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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

    The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

    According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

    Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

    It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

    It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

    The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

    Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

    Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

    The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

    The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

    The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

    The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

    Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

    According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

    Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

    The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

    The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

    One reviewer reports:

    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

    H. Lewis, M.D.

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    Baron, recently retired after almost 40 years of teaching, just released a new ebook, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. In it, she explains how she used ancient astronomy symbols and modern computer programs to uncover events surrounding the birth o Full Article at The Christian Post

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    "When former high school astronomy teacher Irene Worthington Baron received 60 astronomy computer programs from NASA for her classroom, she started wondering if she could use them to prove there really was a Christmas star.

    Baron, recently retired after almost 40 years of teaching, just released a new ebook, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. In it, she explains how she used ancient astronomy symbols and modern computer programs to uncover events surrounding the birth of Christ.

    She told The Christian Post, “I always thought there was one Christmas star and I wanted to find it.” So she started studying the symbols of ancient astronomers.

    In her book, Baron claims that her findings reveal there were 10 major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem.

    She writes, “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky.”

    She told CP that the “Christmas star was, in fact, Saturn.” It was on the other side of the sun during that time and was very bright in the night sky. It was moving right over Bethlehem during a two-week time period.

    The author began using the NASA programs to research the dawn sky around the time of Christ’s birth. Baron figured she could go back in time with the computer programs to look at what the star patterns were like during that time.

    She set all calculations during her computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. The computer programs would then go back in time and print out sky maps from the time and place in the sky she indicated.

    When the computer would finally print something out, sometimes after days of waiting, Baron would look at the sky charts for unusual patterns like eclipses.

    Once she located different sky patterns she would then look at the symbolism of ancient cultures during the time around the birth of Christ that had also noted similar occurrences. She began an extensive study of books written by historians and archeologists. Their data was based primarily on historical records, paintings and carvings on ancient temples, coins and legal seals.

    The planets and stars have set patterns, so astronomers as far back as 4,000 years ago, beginning in Babylonian times, could use mathematics to predict how the celestial objects would move for a year or more in advance. For ancient cultures, each motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something.

    They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky. And each planet or star symbolized a god. When they began seeing the eclipses surrounding the birth of Christ, they took this to symbolize a larger more powerful god was coming to earth.

    Because of this, Baron said, the wise men had advance knowledge through their study of the stars that Christ would be born because of different happenings among the movement of the planets and stars. So they were able to have enough time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem to pay homage to Jesus.

    In her ebook, Baron provides charts and pictures to further explain her findings. She says her research “will confirm what Christians believe, and validate the Bible.”

    The digital book, being sold on Amazon, was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages 12 and older to understand the information presented, and the birth announcement events are explained in an easy-to-comprehend format."
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    Zanesville, OH December 10, 2011

     

    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, Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christs 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.

    The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christs 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.

    According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

    Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.
    It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

    It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

    The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

    Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:
    Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.
    The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.
    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.
    The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

    The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient wandering star gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

    The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

    Ms. Baron stated, The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.

    According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the wandering stars, including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

    Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

    The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

    The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

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    Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

    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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

    The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

    According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

    Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

    It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

    It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

    The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

    Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

    Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

    The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

    The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

    The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

    The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

    Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

    According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

    Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

    The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

    The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

    One reviewer reports:

    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

    H. Lewis, M.D.

    Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

    Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

    She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

     

    Dec 10

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    Posted in Boston Mass

    Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

    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, ?Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ?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.?

    The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ?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.

    According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

    Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.

    It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

    It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

    The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

    Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:

    Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

    The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.

    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

    The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

    The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient ?wandering star? gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

    The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

    Ms. Baron stated, ?The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.?

    According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the ?wandering stars,? including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

    Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

    The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

    The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

    One reviewer reports:

    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.

    H. Lewis, M.D.

    Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

    Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

    She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

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    PTM E-UPDATE -- DECEMBER 5, 2011

    Unraveling the Christmas star mystery

    Editor's note: Irene Baron has been a science and astronomy teacher for over 40 years. Her new book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, solves this fascinating riddle. In this article she tells the story of how her book came to be.

    ZANESVILLE, OHIO (ANS) -- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) sent me over 60-astronomy computer programs to use in my high school astronomy classroom. WOW! That was awesome! The programs were so diverse, they could be used to track celestial motions of the Sun, Moon, planets and stars in many ways. I was excited and my students were awed.

    Being a Christian, the first thing that came to my mind was a question. Could these programs tell me what happened in the sky when Christ was born? Could I prove there really was a Christmas star? If so, what was it?

    Some past suggestions and speculation of the Christmas star were that it was a comet, an exploding star called a nova or supernova, or a conjunction of planets. A conjunction of planets is when the planets appear to merge. Since their orbital paths are millions of miles apart, they don’t physically meet, but appear to do so in the sky. Were any of these things the Christmas star?

    I always enjoyed searching for information. In the past I’d done so using books. Now, I could use my computer. To have the opportunity to use mathematically precise computer programs was a blessing. The movements of the Sun, Moon, planets and stars in the sky don’t change, so the computer programs would be accurate. To have the opportunity to find out about the celestial objects of 2,000 years ago was going to be a challenge, and I loved challenges. This was going to be fun. I was going to find out if there really was a Christmas star. Consequently, I spent much time on the computer almost every night.

    Did I find out what happened? I sure did!

    It was an exciting journey back into history, for not only did I have to find the event set which was predicted and anticipated by the ancient wise men / astronomers / astrologers / cosmologists / magi / priests, I had to learn more about them and that time in history. How did they interpret what they saw in the sky? What was symbolic to them? Why would they use the event of some celestial happening to predict the birth of the greatest God to be born in the universe?

    After reading through many books on ancient history and archeology, I learned that astronomers at that time used dawn for all celestial observations. Therefore, I had to set all calculations during the computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. I consistently used six o’clock in the morning.

    In his original creation, God set the wheels in motion for everything to happen at the correct time and place in the future, perhaps millions of years later. To realize what he accomplished is humbling. The intelligence and magnificence of our Heavenly Father is so great, it’s hard to comprehend.

    Galatians 4:41 states: “But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son" (KJV).

    This tells us that His Son would be born when everything was perfect for that event. And it was. At that time in history, the known world was at a peace enforced by the Roman armies. People could travel safely and did. That enabled the wise men with their astronomers and entourages to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea.

    To these astronomers, who erroneously believed every object that existed in the sky was a god, this heavenly birth announcement was for the first God to be born on Earth. In addition, their interpretations told He would be the most powerful God in the universe. This was a God that would change their way of thinking and the religions of the world. The wise men became the first gentiles to worship him.

    To the ancients, everyone single object in the sky was erroneously considered to be a god and held symbolic meaning. Their powerful Sun god had no equal. They had no idea it was related in any way to the myriad points of light in the sky, other suns (stars) in the far distances of our galaxy. Considering the Sun as both powerful and dependable, the orderly path it took over the years gave it a characteristic they determined to be the source of all authority. When interpretations of celestial events were made, if the Sun was involved, it meant there was approval of the event by all the gods of their universe.

    Author Irene Baron with the Cessna that she pilots.

    Their Moon god was considered the source of all intelligence, knowledge, keeper of the calendar and, when seen with the Sun, meant health, happiness, greetings and established the foundations of the emperor, king or ruler.

    After the Sun and Moon, the most important gods to them were those which made up the “wandering stars,” now known as planets. Every motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something to the ancient astronomers. They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky, each of their celestial gods declaring what was to be.

    When our almighty and all-knowing God created the universe, he produced every piece of every subatomic particle, atom, star, nebula, galaxy, dark matter and all that existed, visible and invisible. At that instant of creation, the laws of nature that God ordained in his infinite wisdom were set into motion, along with every celestial object. They continued moving in what many would consider meaningless motions. But he knew and preordained them to move in ways that at the time his Son, Jesus Christ, was going to be born on Earth, the heavens announced not only his birth, but also his birthplace.

    It is a miracle that it happened when the birth and the birthplace could be determined correctly by the astronomers of that time. Like the Babylonians before them, they were so mathematically advanced they could predict the motions of the heavenly bodies years in the future. That gave their countrymen time to decide what to do about the birth of the new God. They had to choose who would travel up to a year in advance or more to reach the birthplace of the new God. What supplies would be needed for all personnel traveling with their entourage? What gifts they would take? How would the gifts be presented within the protocols of their culture? What would the presentation mean for the future of the presenters and their countries? To ponder the questions was probably mind boggling to them.

    The emperors, kings, and rulers chosen as representatives of their countries to make a presentation to the greatest God of the universe were most likely very apprehensive. Not only was there probably heightened anxiety and anticipation of solving the problems that would arise during the preparation and duration of their journeys, they had to make sure that everything they were going to do during the actual gift presentation would be correct. What would they wear? Would they decorate their skin as they did in the temples of their homelands? Should the main dignitary or a priest offer the gifts? Should they bow or prostrate themselves before him? Since this God could greatly affect the future of their nation and the outcome of wars, everything had to be perfect.

    These men, the best their countries had to offer, were going to be eye witnesses to the greatest event to ever occur on Earth. They were going to actually see the God that was born during the most magnificent and largest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

    The chapters of the book include the Introduction, Biblical Records of the Birth, Basic Astronomy Concepts, Symbolism by Civilization, The Ancient Astronomers, The Christmas Star Events, Computer Evidence, References, Computer Programs Utilized, Glossary and Endnotes. An index is available for hard copies.

    Using 98 book and periodical references and 65 computer programs, the Christmas star event was proven and spectacular. What an honor and blessing it has been for me to experience the discovery and knowledge of what happened at the birth of Jesus Christ.

    SOLAR ECLIPSE: For the sun to be eclipsed, the darkest portion of the moon's shadow must touch the Earth. Here, the moon would be in the new moon phase with the dark side facing earth.

    Here is one of my original sketches, later refined and used in the book. The ancients used their symbolism to interpret the meanings of two dawn solar eclipses that occurred within 30-days of one another. One was a total solar eclipse which fully blocked the sun. The other was a partial solar eclipse. The eclipses helped announce the birth of Christ in a progression of ten unusual and magnificent events.

    One paragraph from the book reads: “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. Venus, Mars and Saturn were still at opposition and extremely brilliant. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky. It did not matter that the Sun’s brilliance blocked out their Saturn god, for the astronomers knew where Saturn was. As the Moon blackened the Sun and blocked the sunlight, Saturn’s image would have brightened to allow it to appear like a jewel of light beaconing for attention in the sky.”

    Note: During this investigative journey, I spent several years researching the historical and archeological history of 2,000-years ago. My research has taken me to many libraries. I have used the resources of my local public library here in Zanesville, Ohio and found the reference personnel gracious in their offers to obtain books from elsewhere for my use. My studies at Hiram College (BA) and Ohio University (MA) were implemented by training with the World Engineers Joint Council in London, England where I studied coordinate indexing, operations, research procedural steps, information systems, syntactical problems, information retrieval thesauri, relationships of knowledge, information, and data under the auspices of the Information Systems Research Division of Battelle Memorial Institute out of Columbus, Ohio.

    Having studied astronomy in college, I taught astronomy as part of Earth Science in high school for almost 30 years, I found my students fascinated about the sky above them. I have collected astronomy materials and data since high school, much of it from NASA.

    I wrote the geology and hydrology section of the Top Secret Mekong River Project book for the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), Research and Development Center, Thailand, living in that country four years. I was editor of the National Earth Science Teachers Newsletter (East Central Section), presented workshops at the Science Education Council of Ohio and other regional meetings. Having been recognized by Hiram College with their Annual Award of Outstanding Achievement, other awards have primarily been for teaching or technology. A few include National Science Foundation fellowships, honorary societies, AT&T Ohio Science Teacher of Year, Governor’s Fellow, Outstanding Earth Science Teacher (East Central Section, National Association of Geoscience Teachers), entries in Who’s Who with four different organizations.

    Irene Baron
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    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is currently available only in Kindle / ebook format through Amazon.com, iBookstore, Sony or Barnes & Noble.

    Irene Baron currently resides in Zanesville, Ohio. A former teacher and current pilot, Irene worked with the Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA) in Thailand while employed by Battelle Memorial Institute and as an aerial photographer.

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    Monday, December 19, 2011

    The Star Of Bethlehem Discovered?

    While thousands of Christians around the world joined worshipers in Washington and Bethlehem Saturday for the annual Bethlehem Prayer Service in Washington D.C., and 2.039 billion Christians (32% of world population) prepared for the celebration of the birth of Jesus, former high school astronomy teacher, Irene Worthington Baron, was announcing that she thinks she has unraveled the mystery of the Christmas Star of Bethlehem.

    Yeah, I know, but as I read more, it became very interesting.

    Her search began when she received 60 astronomy computer programs from NASA for her classroom.

    By using the programs to recapture star locations, etc., about the time Jesus was born, led her to some fascinating discoveries.

    In her book she claims that her findings reveal that there were 10 major celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem.

    She has released an ebook titled, "Unraveling The Christmas Star Mystery".

    This is how the Christianpost.com reported the story:

    She writes, “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky.”

    She told CP that the, “Christmas star was, in fact, Saturn.” It was on the other side of the sun during that time and was very bright in the night sky. It was moving right over Bethlehem during a two-week time period.

    So how did she discover all of this?

    The author began using the NASA programs to research the dawn sky around the time of Christ’s birth. Baron figured she could go back in time with the computer programs to look at what the star patterns were like during that time.

    She set all calculations during her computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. The computer programs would then go back in time and print out sky maps from the time and place in the sky she indicated.

    When the computer would finally print something out, sometimes after days of waiting, Baron would look at the sky charts for unusual patterns like eclipses.

    Once she located different sky patterns she would then look at the symbolism of ancient cultures during the time around the birth of Christ that had also noted similar occurrences. She began an extensive study of books written by historians and archaeologists. Their data was based primarily on historical records, paintings and carvings on ancient temples, coins and legal seals.

    The planets and stars have set patterns, so astronomers as far back as 4,000 years ago, beginning in Babylonian times, could use mathematics to predict how the celestial objects would move for a year or more in advance. For ancient cultures, each motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something.

    They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky. And each planet or star symbolized a god. When they began seeing the eclipses surrounding the birth of Christ, they took this to symbolize a larger more powerful god was coming to earth.

    Because of this, Baron said, the wise men had advance knowledge through their study of the stars that Christ would be born because of different happenings among the movement of the planets and stars. So they were able to have enough time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem to pay homage to Jesus.

    In her ebook, Baron provides charts and pictures to further explain her findings. She says her research “will confirm what Christians believe, and validate the Bible.”

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    Very interesting.

    May the star of His love and provision for all mankind shine brightly on your life and the lives of those you love.

    Your support gives us opportunity to be a voice for Christian values and principles in the present darkness of our culture.

    Thank you and God bless you.

    6 comments:

    grannieannie said...

    I loved the star ofbethleham DVD from a lawyers. view. He used computer programs also hillsdale college put out an imprimis article on this as well thanks for all you do Gary. Anne from Lynden

    11:17 AM, December 19, 2011
    Anonymous said...

    So now you're trusting science? Really?

    12:06 PM, December 19, 2011
    Anonymous said...

    I checked this out on software called Stellarium. It is described on their website as:

    Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
    It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.

    I entered the date and coordinates for Bethlehem. According to Stellarium, the closest date for the eclipse was on Sept. 3rd 0004. I was surprised to see the results seem verify the author's findings.

    The program does help to see how the planets line up during the day by allowing you to turn off the sun. You can also do time lapse, forward and reverse.

    1:03 PM, December 19, 2011
    Anonymous said...

    It seems unlikely that prior studies by NASA , prominent university astronomers and theologians have been one-upped by a HS teacher. Not impossible, just unlikely. I am not knowledgeable enough to assess the arguments.

    2:46 PM, December 19, 2011
    Anonymous said...

    When I was a child, in the 60s, I had an older cousin who was an astronomer, working for NASA. During a visit with my parents, I remember him telling us about this phenomena. I remember being so excited that I wanted to be an astronomer too, when I grew up. I became something else, but I have shared my childhood memory of this explanation -- certainly not as detailed as the information in this article -- several times through the years, usually with a skeptical response. It's interesting to see it come up again here. Some would say this kind of information removes the miraculous from the Bethlehem event. I disagree. There is far more to God's orchestration of the birth of His Son than planetary orbits can explain. But for those who need to see the measurable plotted on a graph, may this kind of corroboration nudge them closer to seeking the truth, rather than just write it off.
    Merry Christmas, from Seattle!

    4:39 PM, December 19, 2011
    Deb said...

    I have to respect this Chrstian teacher for exposing yet another Biblical error. It takes courage for a Christian woman to publicly admit that the Bible falsely identified a planet as a star. This is precisely the sort of error that ordinary humans would make when looking up at the night sky, but not one that an infallible and omniscent God would make if he were inspiring authorship of a manuscript. So thanks, Christian teacher and thank you Pastor Randall for reminding us exactly how reliable the Bible is.

    8:49 PM, December 23, 2011

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    Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs

    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.Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011 Irene Worthington Baron used over sixty NASA ...

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    Christian researcher uses NASA programs to explain the "Star of Bethlehem"

    Publicado em 15 de dezembro de 2011 por Mostarda Posted on December 15, 2011 by Mustard

    A professora de astronomia Irene Worthington Baron utilizou mais de 60 programas de computador da NASA para provar a veracidade da “estrela de Natal”. Professor of Astronomy Irene Worthington Baron used more than 60 computer programs from NASA to prove the veracity of the "Christmas star".

    Recentemente, ela publicou suas conclusões em um livro onde afirma que a estrela descrita na Bíblia foi apenas um marcador de posição eo último de dez espetaculares anúncios celestes do nascimento. She recently published its findings in a book which claims that the star described in the Bible was only a placeholder and the last ten spectacular celestial birth announcements.

    A autora foi professora de ciências e da astronomia durante mais de 40 anos e teve acesso aos programas da NASA para usar em suas aulas. The author was professor of astronomy and science for over 40 years and had access to NASA programs to use in their classes. Sendo cristã, ele decidiu usar o que há de mais avançado na tecnologia nessa área para descobrir o que realmente aconteceu naqueles dias. Being a Christian, he decided to use the most advanced technology in this area to discover what really happened in those days.

    Seu ponto de partida é que, desde que foram criados, os movimentos de todos os corpos celestes, incluindo Lua, Sol, Terra e os demais planetas são imutáveis. His starting point is that since they were created, all the movements of celestial bodies, including Moon, Sun, Earth and other planets are immutable. Portanto, os astrônomos podem usar equações matemáticas para calcular como os corpos celestes se movem. Therefore, astronomers can use mathematical equations to calculate how the heavenly bodies move.

    Os programas da NASA são capazes de realizar milhares de cálculos para refazer eventos ocorridos nos céus mais de 2.000 anos atrás. The NASA programs are able to perform thousands of calculations to redo events in the skies over 2,000 years ago.

    Ela também estudou como os astrônomos antigos usavam seus simbolismos. She also studied how the ancient astronomers used their symbolism. Para isso, fez um extenso estudo de vários materiais escritos por historiadores e arqueólogos. To do so, made an extensive study of various materials written by historians and archaeologists.

    Os dados que obteve são baseados em registros históricos, pinturas e esculturas em templos antigos, moedas e selos. The data obtained are based on historical records, paintings and sculptures in ancient temples, coins and stamps.

    Reunindo os dados da astronomia eo simbolismo dos antigos, pôde reconstituir o anúncio do nascimento mais importante da história da humanidade. Combining the data of astronomy and symbolism of the ancients, could reconstitute the most important announcement of the birth of human history.

    Algumas especulações no passado davam conta que a estrela de Natal era um cometa, uma estrela que explodiu (chamada de supernova) ou uma conjunção de planetas, quando eles parecem se fundir no céu. Some speculation in the past were aware that the Christmas star was a comet, a star that exploded (called a supernova) or a conjunction of planets, when they seem to melt into the sky.

    Os muitos livros que Irene leu sobre história antiga e arqueologia mostram que os astrônomos na época faziam todas as observações celestes durante o amanhecer. The Irene read many books about ancient history and archeology show that astronomers at the time were all celestial observations during sunrise.

    Portanto, todos os cálculos do computador usavam como base seis horas da manhã no fuso horário de Belém, que serviu como referência para latitude e longitude. Therefore, all calculations of the computer used as a basis six o'clock in the time zone of Bethlehem, who served as a reference for latitude and longitude.

    As dificuldades para chegar a uma conclusão durante sua pesquisa não foram poucas e estão incluídas no livro Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery [Desvendando o mistério da estrela de Natal]. The difficulties to reach a conclusion during his research are few and were not included in the book Unraveling the Mystery Christmas Star [Unraveling the mystery of the Christmas star].

    A professora Baron diz que o simbolismo usado por antigos sacerdotes, astrônomos, astrólogos, e cosmólogos referia-se ao nascimento de um deus poderoso. Professor Baron says the symbolism used by ancient priests, astronomers, astrologers and cosmologists concerned the birth of a powerful god.

    Afinal, para eles, cada objeto que existia no céu era um deus eo anúncio do nascimento indicava que aquele seria o deus mais poderoso do universo. After all, for them, each object in the sky that there was a god and the birth announcement indicated that this would be the most powerful god of the universe.

    A professora afirma que isso pode ser visto em diferentes interpretações simbólicas do céu feitas por civilizações como acádios, asiáticos, assírios, babilônios, chineses, egípcios, mesopotâmias, persas e sumérios. The teacher said that could be seen in different symbolic interpretations of the sky made by civilizations of Akkad, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Persian and Sumerian.

    Naquele momento da história, o mundo conhecido desfrutava de uma paz imposta pelos exércitos romanos. At that moment in history, the known world enjoyed a peace imposed by the Roman armies. As pessoas podiam viajar com segurança. People could travel safely. Isso permitiu que os magos, com os seus astrônomos e comitivas pudessem sair de sua terra natal e chegar até Belém, na Judeia. This allowed the Magi, with astronomers and their entourages could leave their homeland and come to Bethlehem in Judea.

    O Sol era visto como um deus poderoso e confiável. The sun god was viewed as a powerful and reliable. A lua era considerada uma deusa, fonte de toda a inteligência, guardiã do conhecimento, do calendário e, quando vista junto com o Sol, significa saúde, felicidade e estabelecia as bases do poder do rei ou governante. The moon was considered a goddess, source of all intelligence, guardian of knowledge, calendar, and when viewed along with the Sun, means health, happiness and established power bases of the king or ruler.

    Cada um dos movimentos no céu das “estrelas errantes”, hoje chamados de planetas, significava algo para os antigos astrônomos. Each of the movements in the sky of "wandering stars" now called planets, meant something to the ancient astronomers.

    O livro discute a posição do Sol, da Lua e da Terra durante um eclipse solar. The book discusses the position of the Sun, Moon and Earth during a solar eclipse. Os antigos conheciam os eclipses solares e foram eles que ajudaram a anunciar o nascimento de Cristo em uma progressão de dez eventos incomuns e magníficos. The ancients knew the solar eclipse and it was they who helped announce the birth of Christ in a progression of ten magnificent and unusual events.

    A maioria deles fez aparecer no céu uma luz de balizamento que guiou os reis estrangeiros até Jesus. Most of them did appear in the sky a light beacon that guided foreign kings to Jesus.

    A série de eventos comprovados nesta obra ocorreram ao longo de muitos meses. The series of events occurred in this work proven over many months. Naquela época, os preparativos para uma viagem como essa demoravam um ano de antecedência ou mais. At that time, preparations for a trip like this took one year or more in advance.

    As pessoas escolhidas como representantes de seus países para fazer essa visita ao maior Deus do universo sabia das exigências. The people chosen as representatives of their countries to make this visit to the chief God of the universe knew the requirements.

    Isso inclui a escolha dos presentes ou tributos entregues, afinal o novo Deus poderia afetar o futuro de suas nações eo resultado de guerras. This includes the choice of gifts or tributes delivered at all the new God could affect the future of their nations and the result of wars.

    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery é um relato minucioso e fascinante do fenômeno estrelar descrito na Bíblia. Unraveling the Mystery Christmas Star is a fascinating and detailed account of the phenomenon starring in the Bible. Os capítulos abordam os registros bíblicos em paralelo a conceitos básicos de astronomia e simbolismo de civilizações antigas. The chapters address the Biblical record in parallel with the basic concepts of astronomy and symbolism of ancient civilizations.

    Há uma série de notas sobre os quase 100 livros consultados e referências técnicas sobre o funcionamento dos programas da NASA. There are a series of notes on nearly 100 books and technical references consulted on the operation of NASA programs.

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    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.

    Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

    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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

    The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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.

    According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

    Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.
    It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.

    It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago.

    The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him.

    Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:
    Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.
    The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.
    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.
    The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

    The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly.

    The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

    Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.”

    According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

    Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

    The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format.

    The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store.

    One reviewer reports:
    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.
    H. Lewis, M.D.

    Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.
    Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.
    She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

    The public domain, astronomy computer programs were sent to the author by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration education library. She used their computer programs to discover, verify, and report the astronomy events listed in the digital book: Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. The computer program titles include:

        Adjust Right Ascension & Declination for Precession
        Altitude Azimuth
        Altazimuth Calculator – Interpolator
        Angular separation – Two Stars
        Calendar
        Calendrics
        Close Encounters
        Comet
        Coordinates: Moon & Planets – Any Date
        Conjunction
        Dynamic Planet Orbit Plotter for different Solar Masses
        Elongations & Transits of Polaris
        Ephemerides
        Ephemeris
        Ephemeris computer
        Equinoxes & Solstices
        Galilean Satellite Positions
                    Great Circle Distance
        Julian Day & Calendar Interchange
        Lunar Eclipse/Umbra
        Lunar & Solar Eclipse Calculations
        Mars: Next Opposition & Data
        Messier and NGC Catalogs
        Moon: Eclipses for Any Year
        Moon Finder
        Moon: Phases for Any Date
        Moon Phase Program
                    Moon Phases
        Moon Plotter for Phases/Locations
                    North Sky: A Computerized Star Chart
        Northern Star field
        Observer
        Planet Coordinates
        Planet Data
        Planet Finder
        Planet Grand Tour
        Planet Locator and Solar System Simulator
        Planet Orbits
        Planet views
        Precession
        RA & DEC ;Moon & Planets – Any Date
        Retrograde Motion of Mars
        Rise/Set/Transit & Star Time
        Satellite Passage
        Solar Eclipse #1
        Solar Eclipse #2
        Solar System Orrery
        Solar system: Rise Transit Set
        Spirografix – True Path Plotter
        Star & Nebula Locator
        Summing Stellar Magnitudes
        Sun Azimuth & Maximum Altitude
        Sunrise/Set
        Sunrise/Set Version #2
        Sunrise Sunset, Dawn & Dusk
        Sunrise/Sunset/Sun locations
        Text
        Time Dilation
        Time: Local Mean == Sidereal
        Times of rising and Setting of Mercury and Venus For Any Date
        Twilight times: any Location
        Ursa Star Time
        Year Sunrise/Set & Twilight Calculator
        Zodiac Sunsigns

    She also used the purchased computer program TellStar – Your Computer Graphics Window to the Universe distributed by Spectrum HoloByte.

    The author used over ninety abstracts, books, papers, and periodical references to determine the symbols and symbolic interpretations used by the ancient sky watchers. Endnotes correlate references to the text. The references are listed alphabetically below:

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    Ms. Baron attributes her success to numerous pastors who permitted access to their personal books and church libraries. She highly appreciates the helpful reference librarians at John McIntire Public Library in Zanesville, OH who obtained numerous books from other libraries at her request. The extensive library of the Zanesville Art Center was also utilized as was the Internet.


     

     

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    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.

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    Christmas Star Events proved and explained by NASA research programs using the computer Astronomy

    Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

    Irene Worthington Baron the computer programs of NASA sixty astronomy is used to find a sky-2000 years of evidence and proof of the star of Christmas. The author reports confirm each announced the birth of Jesus Christ discovered using various computer programs astronomy.

    titles of computer programs for NASA by the author are listed in the illustrated book, Unraveling the mystery of Christmas Star, at URL: http://www.irenebaron.com, and at the end of this press release.


    Ms. Baron said

    just because a spectacular event took place in the sky early 2000 -? Year does not mean he was part of Christ’s birth announcement? S. The event was to correct its symbolism that was used by ancient priests, astronomers, astrologers and cosmologists refer to the birth of the new and most powerful God to be born in the universe to have.


    The author

    correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by observers Star of Christ? s time with the actual events in the sky of dawn. The difficulties in finding included in the book.


    Readers will find references

    text of the ancient symbolism in the book with endnotes listed by chapter. References are included in the recently published book, Digital Unraveling the mystery of Christmas Star, at:. Http: / / www.irenebaron.com, and at the end of this press release

    According to Ms. Baron

    , there were ten major celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the latter being the marker position in Bethlehem. Events have created what it considers to be the birth announcement of the largest in the history of mankind.


    Individuals using computer programs

    astronomy were invited by the author to control the celestial events, she discovered. In her book, she identifies at least by day, hour, month and year.

    It is common knowledge that the observers of the star 2000 years has studied the heavens at dawn. Stakeholders have the time of their research at the beginning of the zone of Bethlehem.

    It is well known to astronomers today that the ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists symbols and symbolism is used to track the movement of the stars to interpret the Babylonians 4000 years before.

    motions of stars and planets in the sky and mathematical precision. The author concludes that the observers of the former star, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to track the movement of stars to predict years in advance. Ms. Baron said that it is logical to conclude that having prior knowledge which indicate housing / mages / astronomer / priests, and their support staff, enough time to travel to their country of origin Bethlehem of Judea to pay homage to God and new, perhaps, the first non-Jewish to worship.

    Ms. Baron has learned details of the interpretations of ancient symbols and motion stars using summaries, books, newspapers, and magazines for ancient history and archeology, including studies of ancient texts, wall sculptures, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As mentioned above, these references at the end of this press release. Some examples of resources to identify symbols and the symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers and cosmologists and their interpretations:

    Archaeoastronomy and the roots of science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

    history of astronomy and cosmology J. Norton North, published by WW Norton & Company.

    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by EC Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

    The reports of the magicians and astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon, with the publisher RC Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

    The author reports his research that the dramatic events began in July announced the birth of that memorable year, when the old? wandering stars? gods, Venus, Mars and Jupiter were aligned in the sky of dawn. In opposition, they had fulfilled their faces brightly lit like neon. Symbolically, the astronomers were asked to pay attention to what was coming. From here, significant and dramatic symbolic events happened quickly.

    The author has found the ancient gods of the dawn air moves in a unique way to help make the dramatic events of poinsettias. According to his research, every celestial event further evidence that the symbolic God are born again on earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the universe to be.

    Mrs. Baron said: Observers old stars are probably shaking in sandals when they played phenomenal and spectacular events. The expected birth of the greatest of God in the universe was probably, for them, the biggest event ever to happen to the Earth.


    According

    references, former priests and astronomers different attributes assigned to each of the stars? err? including Saturn. Their different symbolic beliefs about the god of the moon of knowledge and their almighty sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

    Using references to verify his findings, Dr. Baron said Heavenly specific symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and the Sumerians.

    book was written and illustrated by the author for people ages twelve years and older to the information presented to understand. Knowledge of astronomy to understand events of the birth is explained in an easy to understand format.

    digital book, Unraveling the mystery of Christmas Star, is available from the leading suppliers of electronic books, such as the Amazon Kindle store, Barnes & Noble eBooks and the Sony Reader Store.


    One reviewer reports

    :

    Unraveling the mystery of Christmas Star is a detailed, precise and interesting phenomenon poinsettias on a large number of programs of NASA, the scriptures, historical documents, illustrations of ancient monuments, coins, seals and three legal one thousand years. The scientific data with previous observations and beliefs are a clear explanation of the birth of Jesus and the related phenomenon of the poinsettia. This text is a good source of information for researchers, teachers and the general population. Highly recommended for scholars.

    H. Lewis, M.D.


    Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.

    additional information is available on its website: http://www.irenebaron.com.

    They would like to ask regarding astronomical research to answer. She can be contacted via e-mail address:. Irene Baron (at) irene Baron (dot) com

    the public domain, astronomy, computer programs were sent to the author by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration education library. She used her computer programs to discover, monitor and report events in astronomy included in the digital book: Unraveling the mystery of Christmas Star.

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    Christmas Star Events Proven and Explained by Researcher Using Nasa Astronomy Computer Programs

    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.

    Zanesville, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

    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, “Just because a spectacular celestial event occurred in the dawn sky of 2,000- years ago did not mean it was part of Jesus Christ’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.”

     The author correlated interpretations of celestial symbols and symbolic events used by the star watchers of Christ’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. 

    According to Ms. Baron, there were ten major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem. The events created what she considers to be the greatest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

     Individuals using astronomy computer programs are invited by the author to verify the celestial events she discovered. In her book she identifies each event by day, hour, month, and year.
    It has become common knowledge that the star watchers of 2000-years ago studied the sky at dawn. Participating individuals must therefore set the time of their searches to dawn in the time zone of Bethlehem.It is common knowledge to current astronomers that ancient astronomers, astrologers, priests and cosmologists used symbols and symbolism to interpret star movements prior to the Babylonians of 4,000-years ago. 

    The movements of the stars and planets in the heavens are precise and mathematical. The author therefore concluded that the ancient star watchers, well versed in mathematics and astronomy, were able to make predictions of star movements years in advance. Ms. Baron stated it is logical to conclude that having advance knowledge is what enabled the entourages of wisemen/magi/astronomers/priests, and their support personnel, ample time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea to pay homage to the new God and become, perhaps, the first gentiles to worship Him. 

    Ms. Baron learned the details concerning the ancient interpretations of symbols and star movements by using abstracts, books, papers, and periodicals concerning ancient history and archeology including studies of ancient writings, wall carvings, art, astronomy, and historical artifacts. As stated earlier, these references are included at the end of this press release. A few examples of the resources identifying the symbols and symbolism of the ancient astronomers, astrologers, and cosmologists and their interpretations include:
    Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.
    The Norton History of Astronomy & Cosmology by J. North, published by the W.W. Norton & Company.
    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.
    The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac & Company.

     The author reports from her research that the spectacular birth announcement events began in July of that eventful year when the ancient “wandering star” gods Venus, Mars, and Jupiter were closely lined up in the dawn sky. At opposition, they had their full faces brilliantly illuminated like neon signs. Symbolically, astronomers were being asked to pay attention for what was to come. From that point on, significant and spectacular symbolic events happened rapidly. 

    The author found the ancient dawn sky gods moved in unique ways to help create the impressive Christmas star events. According to her research, each celestial event provided further symbolic evidence that the new God being born on Earth was destined to become the most powerful God of the Universe.

     Ms. Baron stated, “The ancient star watchers were probably shaking in the sandals when they interpreted the phenomenal and spectacular events. The predicted birth of the greatest God in the universe was probably, to them, the biggest event to ever happen on Earth.” 

    According to her references, the ancient priests and astronomers assigned different attributes to each of the “wandering stars,” including Saturn. Their various symbolic beliefs concerning the Moon god of knowledge and their all powerful Sun god of creation are also discussed and referenced in the book.

     Using references to verify her findings, Ms. Baron explains the specific celestial symbolic interpretations of ancient civilizations including the Akkadians, Asians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Chinese, Egyptians, Mespotamians, Persians, and Sumerians.

     The digital book was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages twelve and older to understand the information presented. Astronomy knowledge needed to understand the birth announcement events is explained in an easy to comprehend format. 

    The digital book, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery, is available from major electronic book sellers such as the Amazon Kindle Store, Barnes & Noble eBooks, and the Sony Reader Store. 

    One reviewer reports:
    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding account of the Christmas star phenomenon based on numerous NASA computer programs, Biblical passages, historical records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and legal seals dating back three thousand or more years. The scientific data with ancient observations and beliefs form a precise explanation of the birth of Jesus and the associated phenomenon of the Christmas star. This text is a good source of information for the scholar, teacher, and population in general. Recommended highly for Biblical Scholars.
    H. Lewis, M.D.

     Ms. Baron currently resides in Ohio.
    Additional information may be found on her Web site: http://www.irenebaron.com.
    She will be glad to answer astronomy questions related to her research. She may be contacted through the email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com. 

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    Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS selected symposium 71. Westview Press.

    History of Norton Astonomi & cosmology by J. North, published by WW Norton & Company.

    Echoes of the Ancient Skies: Astronomy Lost Civilization by SPR Krupp, published by Harper & Row Publishers.

    Members Reports magic and sorcerers Nineveh and Babylon to the editor RC Thompson, published by Luzac & States.

     

     

    author of the report of his research that the event is great birth announcements began in July of that eventful time of ancient gods wandering star Venus, Mars and Jupiter meetings lined up in the sky at dawn. In opposition, they have filled their faces lit up like a bright neon signs. Symbolic, members of the astronauts were asked to consider what is to come. From that moment, on, an important symbolic event occurs at a rapid pace and amazing.

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    comprehensive account of the Christmas Star, precise and fascinating phenomenon of the Christmas star on NASA computer programs, Bible quotations, historical records, the picture on ancient monuments, coins, and seals the law since 3000 or more years. Observations and scientific data with ancient beliefs is a proper explanation birth of Jesus and related phenomena Christmas star. This text is a source of information for scholars, teachers, and residents in general. It is recommended highly for Undergraduate Bible.

    H. Lewis, M.D.

    Additional information is available on the site: http://www.irenebaron.com.

    He will be happy to answer astronomy questions related to his research. He can be contacted via e-mail address: irenebaron (at) irenebaron (dot) com

     

     public domain, astronomy computer program has been sent to the author by the National Aeronautik and Space Administration library education. He uses their computer program to locate, verify, and report the astronomical events that are listed in the digital book: Unraveling the Mystery of Christmas Stars. The title of computer programs including:

     


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    UNRAVELING THE CHRISTMAS STAR MYSTERY

    By Irene Baron

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    ZANESVILLE, OHIO - (ANS) - NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) sent me over 60-astronomy computer programs to use in my high school astronomy classroom. WOW! That was awesome! The programs were so diverse, they could be used to track celestial motions of the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars in many ways. I was excited and my students were awed.

    Being a Christian, the first thing that came to my mind was a question. Could these programs tell me what happened in the sky when Christ was born? Could I prove there really was a Christmas star? If so, what was it?

    Some past suggestions and speculation of the Christmas star were that it was a comet, an exploding star called a nova or supernova, or a conjunction of planets. A conjunction of planets is when the planets appear to merge. Since their orbital paths are millions of miles apart, they don’t physically meet, but appear to do so in the sky. Were any of these things the Christmas star?

    I always enjoyed searching for information. In the past I’d done so using books. Now, I could use my computer. To have the opportunity to use mathematically precise computer programs was a blessing. The movements of the Sun, Moon, planets and stars in the sky don’t change, so the computer programs would be accurate. To have the opportunity to find out about the celestial objects of 2000 years ago was going to be a challenge, and I loved challenges. This was going to be fun. I was going to find out if there really was a Christmas star. Consequently, I spent much time on the computer almost every night.

    Did I find out what happened? I sure did!

    It was an exciting journey back into history, for not only did I have to find the event set which was predicted and anticipated by the ancient wise men/astronomers/astrologers/ cosmologists/magi/priests, I had to learn more about them and that time in history. How did they interpret what they saw in the sky? What was symbolic to them? Why would they use the event of some celestial happening to predict the birth of the greatest God to be born in the universe?

    After reading through many books on ancient history and archeology, I learned that astronomers at that time used dawn for all celestial observations. Therefore, I had to set all calculations during the computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. I consistently used six o’clock in the morning.

    In His original creation, God set the wheels in motion for everything to happen at the correct time and place in the future, perhaps millions of years later. To realize what He accomplished is humbling. The intelligence and magnificence of our Heavenly Father is so great, it’s hard to comprehend.

    In the Holy Bible, Galatians, 4:41* is the statement: “But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son.”

    This tells us that His Son would be born when everything was perfect for that event. And it was. At that time in history, the known world was at a peace enforced by the Roman armies. People could travel safely and did. That enabled the wise men with their astronomers and entourages to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea.

    To these astronomers, who erroneously believed every object that existed in the sky was a god, this heavenly birth announcement was for the first God to be born on Earth. In addition, their interpretations told He would be the most powerful God in the universe. This was a God that would change their way of thinking and the religions of the world. The wise men became the first gentiles to worship Him.

    To the ancients, everyone single object in the sky was erroneously considered to be a god and held symbolic meaning. Their powerful Sun god had no equal. They had no idea it was related in any way to the myriad points of light in the sky, other suns (stars) in the far distances of our galaxy. Considering the Sun as both powerful and dependable, the orderly path it took over the years gave it a characteristic they determined to be the source of all authority. When interpretations of celestial events were made, if the Sun was involved, it meant there was approval of the event by all the gods of their universe.

    Their Moon god was considered the source of all intelligence, knowledge, keeper of the calendar and, when seen with the Sun, meant health, happiness, greetings and established the foundations of the emperor, king, or ruler.

    After the Sun and Moon, the most important gods to them were those which made up the “wandering stars,” now known as planets. Every motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something to the ancient astronomers. They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky, each of their celestial gods declaring what was to be.

    When our almighty and all-knowing God created the universe, he produced every piece of every subatomic particle, atom, star, nebula, galaxy, dark matter, and all that existed, visible and invisible. At that instant of creation, the laws of nature that God ordained in his infinite wisdom were set into motion, along with every celestial object. They continued moving in what many would consider meaningless motions. But He knew and preordained them to move in ways that at the time His Son, Jesus Christ, was going to be born on Earth, the heavens announced not only His birth, but also His birthplace.

    It is a miracle that it happened when the birth and the birthplace could be determined correctly by the astronomers of that time. Like the Babylonians before them, they were so mathematically advanced they could predict the motions of the heavenly bodies years in the future. That gave their countrymen time to decide what to do about the birth of the new God. They had to choose who would travel up to a year in advance or more to reach the birthplace of the new God. What supplies would be needed for all personnel traveling with their entourage? What gifts they would take? How would the gifts be presented within the protocols of their culture? What would the presentation mean for the future of the presenters and their countries? To ponder the questions was probably mind boggling to them.

    The emperors, kings, and rulers chosen as representatives of their countries to make a presentation to the greatest God of the universe were most likely very apprehensive. Not only was there probably heightened anxiety and anticipation of solving the problems that would arise during the preparation and duration of their journeys, they had to make sure that everything they were going to do during the actual gift presentation would be correct. What would they wear? Would they decorate their skin as they did in the temples of their homelands? Should the main dignitary or a priest offer the gifts? Should they bow or prostrate themselves before Him? Since this God could greatly affect the future of their nation and the outcome of wars, everything had to be perfect.

    These men, the best their countries had to offer, were going to be eye witnesses to the greatest event to ever occur on Earth. They were going to actually see the God that was born during the most magnificent and largest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

    The chapters of the book include the Introduction, Biblical Records of the Birth, Basic Astronomy Concepts, Symbolism by Civilization, The Ancient Astronomers, The Christmas Star Events, Computer Evidence, References, Computer Programs Utilized, Glossary, and Endnotes. An index is available for hard copies.

    Using 98-book and periodical references and 65-computer programs, the Christmas star event was proven and spectacular. What an honor and blessing it has been for me to experience the discovery and knowledge of what happened at the birth of Jesus Christ.

    Here is one of my original sketches, later refined and used in the book. The text discusses the position of the Sun, Moon and Earth during a solar eclipse. The ancients used their symbolism to interpret the meanings of two dawn solar eclipses that occurred within 30-days of one another. One was a total solar eclipse which fully blocked the sun. The other was a partial solar eclipse. The eclipses helped announce the birth of Christ in a progression of ten unusual and magnificent events.

    One paragraph from the book reads: “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. Venus, Mars and Saturn were still at opposition and extremely brilliant. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky. It did not matter that the Sun’s brilliance blocked out their Saturn god, for the astronomers knew where Saturn was. As the Moon blackened the Sun and blocked the sunlight, Saturn’s image would have brightened to allow it to appear like a jewel of light beaconing for attention in the sky.”

    Note: During this investigative journey, I spent several years researching the historical and archeological history of 2,000-years ago. My research has taken me to many libraries. I have used the resources of my local public library here in Zanesville, Ohio and found the reference personnel gracious in their offers to obtain books from elsewhere for my use. My studies at Hiram College (BA) and Ohio University (MA) were implemented by training with the World Engineers Joint Council in London, England where I studied coordinate indexing, operations, research procedural steps, information systems, syntactical problems, information retrieval thesauri, relationships of knowledge, information, and data under the auspices of the Information Systems Research Division of Battelle Memorial Institute out of Columbus, Ohio.

    Having studied astronomy in college, I taught astronomy as part of Earth Science in high school for almost 30-years, I found my students fascinated about the sky above them. I have collected astronomy materials and data since high school, much of it from NASA.

    I wrote the geology and hydrology section of the Top Secret Mekong River Project book for the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), Research & Development Center – Thailand, living in that country 4-years. I was editor of the National Earth Science Teachers Newsletter (East Central Section), presented workshops at the Science Education Council of Ohio and other regional meetings. Having been recognized by Hiram College with their Annual Award of Outstanding Achievement, other awards have primarily been for teaching or technology. A few include National Science Foundation fellowships, honorary societies, AT&T Ohio Science Teacher of Year, Governor’s Fellow, Outstanding Earth Science Teacher (East Central Section, National Association of Geoscience Teachers), entries in Who’s Who with four different organizations, etc.

    * Scripture quotation is taken from the Holy Bible, King James Version, Copyright 1981, Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Used by permission.

    About The Author


    Irene Baron currently resides in Zanesville, Ohio. A former teacher and current pilot, Irene worked with the Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA) in Thailand while employed by Battelle Memorial Institute and as an aerial photographer. Recently retired, she is spending time painting icons for her angel alphabet book and finishing the second novel in a Christian paranormal suspense series. She is a member of Coburn UM Church and has one daughter who lives in Delaware. Irene is currently working on a non-fiction book about this topic and publishers may reach the author at: irenebaron@irenebaron.com.

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    "When former high school astronomy teacher Irene Worthington Baron received 60 astronomy computer programs from NASA for her classroom, she started wondering if she could use them to prove there really was a Christmas star.

    Baron, recently retired after almost 40 years of teaching, just released a new ebook, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. In it, she explains how she used ancient astronomy symbols and modern computer programs to uncover events surrounding the birth of Christ.

    She told The Christian Post, “I always thought there was one Christmas star and I wanted to find it.” So she started studying the symbols of ancient astronomers.

    In her book, Baron claims that her findings reveal there were 10 major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem.

    She writes, “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky.”

    She told CP that the “Christmas star was, in fact, Saturn.” It was on the other side of the sun during that time and was very bright in the night sky. It was moving right over Bethlehem during a two-week time period.

    The author began using the NASA programs to research the dawn sky around the time of Christ’s birth. Baron figured she could go back in time with the computer programs to look at what the star patterns were like during that time.

    She set all calculations during her computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. The computer programs would then go back in time and print out sky maps from the time and place in the sky she indicated.

    When the computer would finally print something out, sometimes after days of waiting, Baron would look at the sky charts for unusual patterns like eclipses.

    Once she located different sky patterns she would then look at the symbolism of ancient cultures during the time around the birth of Christ that had also noted similar occurrences. She began an extensive study of books written by historians and archeologists. Their data was based primarily on historical records, paintings and carvings on ancient temples, coins and legal seals.

    The planets and stars have set patterns, so astronomers as far back as 4,000 years ago, beginning in Babylonian times, could use mathematics to predict how the celestial objects would move for a year or more in advance. For ancient cultures, each motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something.

    They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky. And each planet or star symbolized a god. When they began seeing the eclipses surrounding the birth of Christ, they took this to symbolize a larger more powerful god was coming to earth.

    Because of this, Baron said, the wise men had advance knowledge through their study of the stars that Christ would be born because of different happenings among the movement of the planets and stars. So they were able to have enough time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem to pay homage to Jesus.

    In her ebook, Baron provides charts and pictures to further explain her findings. She says her research “will confirm what Christians believe, and validate the Bible.”

    The digital book, being sold on Amazon, was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages 12 and older to understand the information presented, and the birth announcement events are explained in an easy-to-comprehend format."
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    Irene Worthington Baron used over sixty NASA astronomy mechanism programs to hunt skies of 2,000-years ago for justification and reason of a Christmas star. The author reports confirming any detected birth proclamation of Jesus Christ by regulating mixed astronomy mechanism programs.

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    Archaeoastronomy and a Roots of Science by E. Krupp, AAAS Selected Symposium 71. Westview Press.

    The Norton History of Astronomy Cosmology by J. North, published by a W.W. Norton Company.

    Echoes of a Ancient Skies: The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations by E.C. Krupp, published by Harper Row Publishers.

    The Reports of The Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon with editor R.C. Thompson, published by Luzac Company.

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    Unraveling a Christmas Star Mystery is a thorough, accurate and spellbinding comment of a Christmas star materialisation formed on countless NASA mechanism programs, Biblical passages, chronological records, illustrations on ancient monuments, coins, and authorised seals dating behind 3 thousand or some-more years. The systematic information with ancient observations and beliefs form a accurate reason of a birth of Jesus and a compared materialisation of a Christmas star. This content is a good source of information for a scholar, teacher, and race in general. Recommended rarely for Biblical Scholars.

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    Ms. Baron now resides in Ohio.

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    She will be blissful to answer astronomy questions associated to her research. She might be contacted by a email address: irenebaron(at)irenebaron(dot)com.

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    The Star of Bethlehem Discovered?

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    When former high school astronomy teacher Irene Worthington Baron received 60 astronomy computer programs from NASA for her classroom, she started wondering if she could use them to prove there really was a Christmas star.

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    Baron, recently retired after almost 40 years of teaching, just released a new ebook, Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery. In it, she explains how she used ancient astronomy symbols and modern computer programs to uncover events surrounding the birth of Christ.

    She told The Christian Post, “I always thought there was one Christmas star and I wanted to find it.” So she started studying the symbols of ancient astronomers.

    In her book, Baron claims that her findings reveal there were 10 major, celestial events announcing the birth of Jesus Christ, the last being the position marker over Bethlehem.

    She writes, “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky.”

    She told CP that the “Christmas star was, in fact, Saturn.” It was on the other side of the sun during that time and was very bright in the night sky. It was moving right over Bethlehem during a two-week time period.

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    So how did she discover all of this?

    The author began using the NASA programs to research the dawn sky around the time of Christ’s birth. Baron figured she could go back in time with the computer programs to look at what the star patterns were like during that time.

    She set all calculations during her computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. The computer programs would then go back in time and print out sky maps from the time and place in the sky she indicated.

    When the computer would finally print something out, sometimes after days of waiting, Baron would look at the sky charts for unusual patterns like eclipses.

    Once she located different sky patterns she would then look at the symbolism of ancient cultures during the time around the birth of Christ that had also noted similar occurrences. She began an extensive study of books written by historians and archeologists. Their data was based primarily on historical records, paintings and carvings on ancient temples, coins and legal seals.

    The planets and stars have set patterns, so astronomers as far back as 4,000 years ago, beginning in Babylonian times, could use mathematics to predict how the celestial objects would move for a year or more in advance. For ancient cultures, each motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something.

    They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky. And each planet or star symbolized a god. When they began seeing the eclipses surrounding the birth of Christ, they took this to symbolize a larger more powerful god was coming to earth.

    Because of this, Baron said, the wise men had advance knowledge through their study of the stars that Christ would be born because of different happenings among the movement of the planets and stars. So they were able to have enough time to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem to pay homage to Jesus.

    In her ebook, Baron provides charts and pictures to further explain her findings. She says her research “will confirm what Christians believe, and validate the Bible.”

    The digital book, being sold on Amazon, was written and illustrated by the author to enable persons ages 12 and older to understand the information presented, and the birth announcement events are explained in an easy-to-comprehend format.

     

     

     

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    Thursday, September 22, 2011

    Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery

    By Irene Baron
    Special to ASSIST News Serivice

    ZANESVILLE, OHIO (ANS) -- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) sent me over 60-astronomy computer programs to use in my high school astronomy classroom. WOW! That was awesome! The programs were so diverse, they could be used to track celestial motions of the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars in many ways. I was excited and my students were awed.

     

    The three wise men and the Christmas star

    Being a Christian, the first thing that came to my mind was a question. Could these programs tell me what happened in the sky when Christ was born? Could I prove there really was a Christmas star? If so, what was it?

    Some past suggestions and speculation of the Christmas star were that it was a comet, an exploding star called a nova or supernova, or a conjunction of planets. A conjunction of planets is when the planets appear to merge. Since their orbital paths are millions of miles apart, they don’t physically meet, but appear to do so in the sky. Were any of these things the Christmas star?

    I always enjoyed searching for information. In the past I’d done so using books. Now, I could use my computer. To have the opportunity to use mathematically precise computer programs was a blessing. The movements of the Sun, Moon, planets and stars in the sky don’t change, so the computer programs would be accurate. To have the opportunity to find out about the celestial objects of 2000 years ago was going to be a challenge, and I loved challenges. This was going to be fun. I was going to find out if there really was a Christmas star. Consequently, I spent much time on the computer almost every night.

    Did I find out what happened? I sure did!

    It was an exciting journey back into history, for not only did I have to find the event set which was predicted and anticipated by the ancient wise men/astronomers/astrologers/ cosmologists/magi/priests, I had to learn more about them and that time in history. How did they interpret what they saw in the sky? What was symbolic to them? Why would they use the event of some celestial happening to predict the birth of the greatest God to be born in the universe?

    After reading through many books on ancient history and archeology, I learned that astronomers at that time used dawn for all celestial observations. Therefore, I had to set all calculations during the computer searches for dawn in the local time zone of Bethlehem while using the correct latitude and longitude for that location. I consistently used six o’clock in the morning.

    In His original creation, God set the wheels in motion for everything to happen at the correct time and place in the future, perhaps millions of years later. To realize what He accomplished is humbling. The intelligence and magnificence of our Heavenly Father is so great, it’s hard to comprehend.

    In the Holy Bible, Galatians, 4:41* is the statement: “But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son.”

    This tells us that His Son would be born when everything was perfect for that event. And it was. At that time in history, the known world was at a peace enforced by the Roman armies. People could travel safely and did. That enabled the wise men with their astronomers and entourages to travel from their homelands to Bethlehem in Judea.

    To these astronomers, who erroneously believed every object that existed in the sky was a god, this heavenly birth announcement was for the first God to be born on Earth. In addition, their interpretations told He would be the most powerful God in the universe. This was a God that would change their way of thinking and the religions of the world. The wise men became the first gentiles to worship Him.

    To the ancients, everyone single object in the sky was erroneously considered to be a god and held symbolic meaning. Their powerful Sun god had no equal. They had no idea it was related in any way to the myriad points of light in the sky, other suns (stars) in the far distances of our galaxy. Considering the Sun as both powerful and dependable, the orderly path it took over the years gave it a characteristic they determined to be the source of all authority. When interpretations of celestial events were made, if the Sun was involved, it meant there was approval of the event by all the gods of their universe.

     

    Irene is also a pilot and is pictured here beside besides a Cessna that she flies

    Their Moon god was considered the source of all intelligence, knowledge, keeper of the calendar and, when seen with the Sun, meant health, happiness, greetings and established the foundations of the emperor, king, or ruler.

    After the Sun and Moon, the most important gods to them were those which made up the “wandering stars,” now known as planets. Every motion, interaction, and happening in the sky meant something to the ancient astronomers. They used their symbolism to interpret what happened in the sky, each of their celestial gods declaring what was to be.

    When our almighty and all-knowing God created the universe, he produced every piece of every subatomic particle, atom, star, nebula, galaxy, dark matter, and all that existed, visible and invisible. At that instant of creation, the laws of nature that God ordained in his infinite wisdom were set into motion, along with every celestial object. They continued moving in what many would consider meaningless motions. But He knew and preordained them to move in ways that at the time His Son, Jesus Christ, was going to be born on Earth, the heavens announced not only His birth, but also His birthplace.

    It is a miracle that it happened when the birth and the birthplace could be determined correctly by the astronomers of that time. Like the Babylonians before them, they were so mathematically advanced they could predict the motions of the heavenly bodies years in the future. That gave their countrymen time to decide what to do about the birth of the new God. They had to choose who would travel up to a year in advance or more to reach the birthplace of the new God. What supplies would be needed for all personnel traveling with their entourage? What gifts they would take? How would the gifts be presented within the protocols of their culture? What would the presentation mean for the future of the presenters and their countries? To ponder the questions was probably mind boggling to them.

    The emperors, kings, and rulers chosen as representatives of their countries to make a presentation to the greatest God of the universe were most likely very apprehensive. Not only was there probably heightened anxiety and anticipation of solving the problems that would arise during the preparation and duration of their journeys, they had to make sure that everything they were going to do during the actual gift presentation would be correct. What would they wear? Would they decorate their skin as they did in the temples of their homelands? Should the main dignitary or a priest offer the gifts? Should they bow or prostrate themselves before Him? Since this God could greatly affect the future of their nation and the outcome of wars, everything had to be perfect.

    These men, the best their countries had to offer, were going to be eye witnesses to the greatest event to ever occur on Earth. They were going to actually see the God that was born during the most magnificent and largest birth announcement in the history of mankind.

    The chapters of the book include the Introduction, Biblical Records of the Birth, Basic Astronomy Concepts, Symbolism by Civilization, The Ancient Astronomers, The Christmas Star Events, Computer Evidence, References, Computer Programs Utilized, Glossary, and Endnotes. An index is available for hard copies.

    Using 98-book and periodical references and 65-computer programs, the Christmas star event was proven and spectacular. What an honor and blessing it has been for me to experience the discovery and knowledge of what happened at the birth of Jesus Christ.

     

    Sketch

    Here is one of my original sketches, later refined and used in the book. The text discusses the position of the Sun, Moon and Earth during a solar eclipse. The ancients used their symbolism to interpret the meanings of two dawn solar eclipses that occurred within 30-days of one another. One was a total solar eclipse which fully blocked the sun. The other was a partial solar eclipse. The eclipses helped announce the birth of Christ in a progression of ten unusual and magnificent events.

    One paragraph from the book reads: “The sixth significant event of Jesus’ birth announcement occurred on September 1st, 0004 when a spectacular solar eclipse occurred close to Mars, Venus, and Saturn while the Sun was partially eclipsing the slow moving Saturn. Venus, Mars and Saturn were still at opposition and extremely brilliant. The Moon then moved in front of the Sun and totally eclipsed it. To have the Sun eclipsing Saturn and the Moon eclipsing the Sun simultaneously is an extremely rare event at any time, let alone for a dawn sky. It did not matter that the Sun’s brilliance blocked out their Saturn god, for the astronomers knew where Saturn was. As the Moon blackened the Sun and blocked the sunlight, Saturn’s image would have brightened to allow it to appear like a jewel of light beaconing for attention in the sky.”

    Note: During this investigative journey, I spent several years researching the historical and archeological history of 2,000-years ago. My research has taken me to many libraries. I have used the resources of my local public library here in Zanesville, Ohio and found the reference personnel gracious in their offers to obtain books from elsewhere for my use. My studies at Hiram College (BA) and Ohio University (MA) were implemented by training with the World Engineers Joint Council in London, England where I studied coordinate indexing, operations, research procedural steps, information systems, syntactical problems, information retrieval thesauri, relationships of knowledge, information, and data under the auspices of the Information Systems Research Division of Battelle Memorial Institute out of Columbus, Ohio.

    Having studied astronomy in college, I taught astronomy as part of Earth Science in high school for almost 30-years, I found my students fascinated about the sky above them. I have collected astronomy materials and data since high school, much of it from NASA.

    I wrote the geology and hydrology section of the Top Secret Mekong River Project book for the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), Research & Development Center – Thailand, living in that country 4-years. I was editor of the National Earth Science Teachers Newsletter (East Central Section), presented workshops at the Science Education Council of Ohio and other regional meetings. Having been recognized by Hiram College with their Annual Award of Outstanding Achievement, other awards have primarily been for teaching or technology. A few include National Science Foundation fellowships, honorary societies, AT&T Ohio Science Teacher of Year, Governor’s Fellow, Outstanding Earth Science Teacher (East Central Section, National Association of Geoscience Teachers), entries in Who’s Who with four different organizations, etc.

    * Scripture quotation is taken from the Holy Bible, King James Version, Copyright 1981, Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Used by permission.


     


    Irene Baron currently resides in Zanesville, Ohio. A former teacher and current pilot, Irene worked with the Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA) in Thailand while employed by Battelle Memorial Institute and as an aerial photographer. Recently retired, she is spending time painting icons for her angel alphabet book and finishing the second novel in a Christian paranormal suspense series. She is a member of Coburn UM Church and has one daughter who lives in Delaware. Irene is currently working on a non-fiction book about this topic and publishers may reach the author at: irenebaron@irenebaron.com.


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