Jesus’ Baptism (May 5, 27 AD)
Again, reading the Rudolf Steiner book, I found the idea of one of the major stars being aligned to our Sun on the day of Jesus’ baptism to be interesting, but the date is wrong.
At 10 a.m. on September 23 in the year 29, at the moment of the baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan, when Christ descended into incarnation in Jesus, the Sun at 0°50’ Libra was located on the meridian of Mega 39. Thus, there was a conjunction of the Sun with Mega 39 at the baptism in the Jordan, where the divine energy evidently flowing from the extraordinarily luminous star Mega 39 was transmitted to our Sun and from our Sun to Jesus Christ—remembering Rudolf Steiner’s words quoted above about the perfect concordance between Christ’s life and the “collective being of the whole universe.”Dann, Kevin; Powell, Robert. Astrological Revolution: Unveiling the Science of the Stars as a Science of Reincarnation and Karma . SteinerBooks. Kindle Edition.
Previously, I had the inspiration that Jesus would have been exactly 33 years and 4 months old when he was baptized by John. The date, therefore would be May 5, 27 AD.
Perhaps the assumption that the Sun had to be aligned to Mega 39 is the basis of the error. What if it was aligned with the Moon instead, in keeping with the feminine energy of the Christ? Strange, isn’t it, how our cultural masculine bias blinds us?
And in case anyone wants to accuse me of having a similar bias to my own way of thinking: of course I do. I wouldn’t be human, if I hadn’t.