The Messiah Immortalised in Time
The enormity and magnitude of this recent discovery was with the unveiling of a set of biblical time charts, which once formed the calendar of the gods. Those calendar charts were used by the prophets to forecast when the predicted Messiah would come on earth and it would be at the time of a bright star.
It has proved possible to decipher those time charts and find out the identity of the Star of Bethlehem. In turn, the data revealed the likely date that Jesus was born.
Read the first scientific evidence that shows how the biblical prophets had dated the birth and Crucifixion of Jesus by using a complex knowledge of astronomy.
Learn the identity of the Star of Bethlehem.
Study why the 26th February in year 6 BCE was the likely date of the birth of Jesus.
See how the gospel writers used the holy tabernacle as an image motif for the tomb to explain the events of the resurrection of Jesus in terms that mortals could understand.
Discover why Mary Magdalene could look into the tomb and see two angels sitting at either end of where the body of Jesus had lain whereas Peter only saw the linen clothes.
The dating in the calendar time charts confirm that Jesus was crucified on Friday 3rd April in the year 33 CE.
Michael Hearns (Author)
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