The Magi followed the Star of Bethlehem to find a new king of Israel, announced on Babylonian tablets.
Hidden Story: The Magi were astrologers of Babylon, students of the stars, with the purpose of interpreting the will of the ancient gods. The Star of Bethlehem would have been a sign of the Anunnaki to announce the arrival of a “king of the Jews,” who would be positive for Babylon.
These magicians were scholarly priests of the ancient east who believed in the Anunnaki. The word “magician” comes from Persian ma-gu-u-sha. They appear in the Gospel of Matthew.
The Three Wise Men of Babylon: reading Jupiter and Venus
According to research, the Magi used the astrological manual called Enuma Anu Enlil, a collection of tablets that reveal the behavior of stars and planets, showing omens and prophecies left by the Anunnaki.
It has been interpreted that the Star of Bethlehem would have appeared to announce the emergence of a new Alexander the Great in Israel, the new “king of the Jews.” This has to do with a sociopolitical crisis suffered by Babylon at that time of the first centuries before Christ.
Babylon was in decline under the rule of the king of Partia. According to interpretations, in the Enuma Anu Enlil, the Anunnaki had announced a positive change of government, from the death of that king of Partia.
This was read on the astrological side, with the Venus’s approach to Jupiter in June of year II a. C. The agent of political change would be a «King of Amurru». Amurru was the ancient name of the area of Israel, Jordan and Syria, dominated by Herod.
The omens were deciphered when Jupiter was passing by the star Regulus of the constellation Leo, in the month of September of the year III a. C. Making accounts, from that September of the year III to June of the year II, there are 9 months.
These 9 months would represent a pregnancy and a difficult birth, exactly when Jupiter was closer to Regulus and Venus announced the birth.
The Star of Bethlehem
The goal of the Magi was to go to Jerusalem and tell the king of Amarru that the gods of Babylon were going to support him. In fact, The Enuma Anu Enlil seems to recommend a trip to that enemy land for peace “Negotiation”.
The wizards did not find that prince of Jerusalem, but they realized the Hebrew legend of the Messiah, so they went to Bethlehem in the second half of December of year II a. C. Early in the morning they would have observed Jupiter in front of them.
This would indicate a lot that Jupiter could have been the Star of Bethlehem. Surprisingly, when they finally arrived in Bethlehem, the wizards saw that Jupiter had stopped, probably on December 25.
Jupiter would have stopped to change direction, a phenomenon described in the Enuma Anu Enlil and that is interpreted as «Kings will be reconciled», a new time of peace.
An old UFO?
It should also be noted that various ufologists and researchers on the subject of ancient astronauts have exposed that the Star of Bethlehem would be a UFO, left floating there to announce the Jewish Messiah.
This makes sense, because the Anunnaki having advanced space technology (or a “divine power”), they would have easily placed that bright ship in the night sky, to guide the Magi.
Much of this information appears in the book «The star of Bethlehem and Babylonian astrology: astronomy and revelation 12 reveal what the magicians saw», by author Dag Kihlman.