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Researcher Claims Scientific Proof of Christmas Star

For centuries, historians, scientists and scholars have debated the existence of the Star of Bethlehem in the Biblical telling of Christ’s birth. Now the existence of this celebrated, yet debated, Star has been proven by Texas lawyer and professor, Rick Larson, in the documentary, “The Star of Bethlehem,” available on DVD Oct. 23 at [...]

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Interesting stuff. I've done some looking into this as well and there was a lot happening in the sky with Jupiter about then! http://whychristmas.com/story/wisemen.shtml

There were also a couple of other conjunctions, a super nova and a comet all viewable within the same region (and on the journey to Jerusalem/Bethlehem) at the same time!
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