The Star of Bethlehem, which heralded the birth of Jesus, was actually a 2,160-year recurrence of the Jupiter Effect, i.e., the time when all of the planets of our Solar System line up and give the appearance of a single Bright Star. The date of our last Jupiter Effect was on my 43rd birthday, March 28, 1980.
The gravitational pull on our Earth was greatly increased, creating enormous tectonic stress, causing Mt. Saint Helens to become active and subsequently blow May 18, 1980.
One year earlier, to the day, March 28, 1979, the Three Mile Island Nuclear Meltdown Incident occurred, eerily foreshadowed by the "China Syndrome" movie of that same year.
Because there is a 2,160-year interval between Jupiter Effects, or Stars of Bethlehem, The "Star of Bethlehem," or Jupiter Effect, that preceded the Jupiter Effect of March 28, 1980, subtracting 2,160 years, would be 180 B.C. by today's calendar.
What? Why we all thought that Jesus was born in 1 A.D. No wonder we're having so much trouble trying to get a historical handle on whether or not He existed. Somebody must have been playing games with the calendar because 180 years have disappeared into thin air. That somebody was Julius Caesar.
We must not forget that Caesar was not only the Supreme Political Power of Rome, He was also the Pontifex Maximus, the Supreme Pontiff, what we would call a Pope today. Whatever was Rome in the past, is still Rome today. The names may be changed but the hierarchical structure is identical.
The story of Jesus may have actually happened 180 years before we are taught to believe that it happened. This means that he was Crucified in 146 B.C. and not 33A.D.
One hundred years later, in 46 B.C., under Julius Caesar, Sosigenes, whose name means "Saviour of our people," an astronomer of Egypt about whom nothing is known, authored the Reform of the Calendar. WHY?