A great phenomenon will occur this Christmas and Hanukkah Season. Christians, Jews, and believers from around the globe will look upon the skies with their naked eyes for the first time since the middle ages, 794 years ago, to witness this rare Christmas “Star of Bethlehem” this last week, December 2020.

It’s the greatest topic of discussion among astronomers and astrologers. On this special day of the winter solstice, December 21, 2020, “The Great Conjunction” of Jupiter and Saturn will sit so closely together in the night sky. The pair will appear to be one, at one-tenth of a degree apart, forming a radiant, dazzling light in the heavens.

Skywatchers bearing telescopes will be able to see this alignment about 45 minutes after sunset to the southwest point in the sky. As the heavens would have it, these two planets normally lie hundreds of millions of miles apart within our solar system.

Theologians and philosophers have noted that this sacred biblical star in the sky is the sign of divine changes to occur within a short time window.

Believers in Christ pray this great conjunction is a symbol of the miracles about to unfold, that it’s the marking of all revealed through a revolutionary gestation process, a time of endings and new beginnings, the resurrection of hope being shown to the masses as all old failing structures go by the wayside and are transformed and regenerated within supernatural and mystical events.

Theoretically, the Star of Bethlehem appeared during the Christ child’s birth, guiding three astrologers to the King of Kings, which became the first human ministry to unbelievers. Is this a spiritual synastry or just a timeless coincidence?

Whatever the supernatural existence, the heavens proclaim the glory of God.

Perhaps The Star of Bethlehem signifies the time of the “the Great Awakening” where the collective consciousness has spiritually awakened onto the ascension of a higher evolutionary realm, giving purpose and meaning to humanity through the healing hearts and minds of lightworkers whose mission in this lifetime is to aid in the mitigating clean up of tyrants, power mongers, and heathens.

This is an extraordinary time to be alive and a period of dyer reflection as man’s greatest mysteries and accomplishments are best discovered when he goes deep within.

As 2020 comes to a crescendo, it leaves the remnants of worn out and unkind failings behind. Good riddance to the rogue and radical people, places, and issues who weaponized the goodwill of humankind.

So ready your telescopes because you don’t want to miss this celestial spectacle, after all, NASA’s lunar expert Gordon Johnston said: “With a backyard telescope you should be able to see in the same field of view Jupiter’s four bright moons, Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, and Io, as well as Saturn brightly illuminated.”

For the many of us making wishes upon the stars, let’s pray this rare and sacred occasion is heavily favored by God almighty and that it’s the Christmas miracle that redeems our standing in the world, that we will be bathed in the glory and a hopeful new path of sage wisdom, healing, peace, and prosperity.

May the season of love and light be yours for eternity, and your future generations are blessed. Merry Christmas!

“Behold, I am coming quickly” Revelations 22:12