year at this time the Earth conjuncts the Dog
or God star Sirius, known as the Christ star. "We have seen His
Star in the east and have come to worship Him." (Matthew 2:2)
With the Earth and Sirius
at this time, from the
opposite side of the zodiac, both
opposing the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, they are therefore in direct
alignment with it. We celebrate
is celestially stimulated by the heart of our galaxy through the Sun,
and directly by the Christ star, Sirius.
about Star of Bethlehem theories and what the Wise Men could
have seen, at the following links ...
[ Excerpt from the book Secret Chamber by Robert
G. Bauval ]
Crab Nebula | NASA/CXC/SAO
of Wonder~Is the star of Bethlehem now a pulsar?
[ Beliefnet ]
A Royal Star?
[ MSNBC ]
received this poem, you may also enjoy ...
*****The Christmas Star*****
light from this star falls
from heaven to illuminate the way,
Of wise men and simple shepherds
from then to this day.
It lights the way to the
kingdom of heaven which is within,
As we follow this light we come
to better know our kin.
When the light of this star penetrates
into one's heart,
The journey to enlightenment is sure to start.
The light is angelic
inside our heart is divine,
Looking now toward heaven
as our heart is incline.
The wise men knew from the
science they had,
The shepherds simply knew that
inside they were glad.
It matters not how we know,
what counts is that inside we grow.
The star shown bright casting
light upon he,
Who came to give love and wisdom
to the likes of you and me.
May the Christmas Star shine
bright upon you,
And rekindle the divine love in your heart anew.
May this love shine out to all
family and friend,
May it last all year long and never come to an end.
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(top): Adaptation from "Euch ist ein Kindlein heut gebor'n"
by Karl Fuchs; Wiechmann-Verlag, Germany