September 29, 2 B.C. is without a doubt, the correct date of the birth of Jesus Christ, confirmed by all of the information, some new, that I have pulled together below, particularly from the books of Luke, Daniel and Revelation as well as the free Stellarium software among several other historical sources. To get started, Jewish tradition implies that Jesus started his 3.5-year Ministry on his 30th birthday based on Levitical Rabbinical tradition (Numbers 4:3). The calculated crucifixion date from the previous blog post related to Daniel’s 70-week prophecy (Daniel 9:24-27) with historical and astronomical information regarding various constraints, confirms the likely time frame. I declare that this is the most compelling case for any date of the birth of Christ! Comment below if you don’t agree by the end of this blog post. Read on!
- Jesus was 33.5 years old at Crucifixion by many traditional accounts.
Daniel 9:27 “And he will make a firm covenant with the many for one week, but in the middle of the week he will put a stop to sacrifice and grain offering;”
April 3, 33 AD – Crucifixion of Christ
The crucifixion occurred during the 70th Week or Holy Week from Daniel’s 70 Weeks Prophecy.
- Sunday March 29, 33 AD – Palm Sunday.
- Thursday April 2, 33 AD – Last Supper Passover Feast begins after sundown.
- Friday April 3, 33 AD – Passover with Lunar Eclipse – Red Moon best viewed from Israel.
- Saturday April 4, 33 AD – Sabbath, a day set aside from Week of Creation for this event.
- Sunday April 5, 33 AD – Resurrection Day!!!
Jesus was Baptized by John the Baptist
Jesus was baptized on his 30th Birthday by John the Baptist, according to Levitical Rabbinical Tradition, which is considered the official start to His Ministry. One could consider either Palm Sunday or the Crucifixion as the end of Jesus’ 3.5-year Ministry.
March 29, 33 AD (Palm Sunday) – 3.5 years = September 29, 29 AD
April 3, 33 AD (Crucifixion) – 3.5 years = October 3, 29 AD
Subtract 30 years from either of these 2 dates and Jesus was born on either September 29, 2 BC or October 3, 2 BC.
Joseph and Mary Travel to Bethlehem for Census and Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah), Feb 5, 2 BC – Sept 29, 2 BC
In the temple of Augustus at Ankara, an inscription was found referring to a census in the year 8 BC. The relationship of this “tax call” with the enrollment of Joseph and Mary is an unfounded conjecture since it would apply only to Roman citizens. And even more conjectural is to imagine that Mary would have had to travel so far, because the taxes would apply only to Joseph. On the other hand, historians have identified a combination of census and oath of allegiance that would have effectively involved Mary and Joseph, done between the years 3 and 2 BC, as the result of an imperial decree related to the bestowal of the title “Pater Patriae” to Augustus by the Senate on the 5th of February of the year 2 BC. Josephus recorded that nearly 6000 Pharisees refused to take the oath, approximately one year before Herod died.
Also in the Fall of 2 BC, The Feast of Trumpets, Rosh Hashanah, was celebrated on September 29th. Yom Kippur was coming up on October 8th. September 29th is the likely candidate for the Birth of Christ, as it fell on Rosh Hashanah, which was also Tishri 1, the 2nd observed “New Years” by Hebrews each year with the New Moon. This festival to celebrate their harvest would explain very well why in Luke 2:7 there was no room in the Inn for Joseph and Mary that night, likely the night before on September 28, 2 BC. Remember that nightfall September 28 to nightfall September 29 is Tishri 1.
Luke 2:7 7 “And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn.”
Revelation 12:1 “A great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head. 2 She was pregnant and cried out in pain as she was about to give birth.”
Revelation 12:1 and the Stellarium’s computer representation of the stars and planets around Virgo (based on Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion) on September 29th, 2 BC just after 12:00 am local time shows the moon moving into position under the feet of the constellation Virgo but not yet above the horizon in Jerusalem. According to the Gospels, specifically Luke, Jesus was born at night. At approximately 7:45 am, the assemblage of all Biblical referenced celestial bodies and Virgo would have been above the horizon in Jerusalem; however, Jupiter and Virgo would not have been visible anyway to the naked eye with the sun shining so close to them during the daytime.
In the graphic above, you can see that the sun is directly next to, almost touching, the base of Virgo’s clothes with the Moon on the same lateral plane as the base of her feet and Jupiter (i.e. ‘crown of twelve stars’ [12 symbolizes God’s rule, authority, and power], the king planet of 12 significant objects that orbit the sun, i.e. eight planets plus the four dwarf planets; Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris) is lateral to the crown of Virgo’s head, all in their intended places on the right date.
Since this Bible reference was written by John well after Jesus was on Earth, the celestial event was not visible because of the shining sun in such close proximity to Jupiter and Virgo nor known to those on Earth at that time in Jerusalem from future Scripture unwritten yet, it clearly must have been intended for those of us in the future who could calculate the orbits in reverse direction with software to these dates and location to determine the birth date in the past for a future purpose closer to the end times. That being said, to me, Christ’s Birthdate confirms Daniel’s 70-Week’s Prophecy dating methodology (and vice-versa), which in turn confirms the calculations and types of historical and astronomical intersections also found in the decoding of Daniel’s 2300 Evening and Day Prophecy.
In the verse before Revelation 12:1, respectively Revelation 1:19, the Lord says to John, ” 19 Now write down all you have seen [past]—all that is [present] and all that will be [future].” Revelation 12:1 is clearly referencing a major event in the past from the time this was written.
The ‘Star of Bethlehem’ doesn’t help us date the birth of Christ to a specific date but was intended for a very visual sign of the times, which I personally believe was a combination of a once in an eternity, hyper supernova (like Kepler’s supernova of 1604 AD) that also had some sort of amazing conjunction with Jupiter (viewable to the West, months earlier near Babylon, moving West to East in the night sky) to bring the 3 wise men to Judah, in addition to the retrograde “hang” of Jupiter (viewable to the South from Jerusalem) along Virgo’s arm over Bethlehem on December 25, 2 BC when they would have been looking for it from Jerusalem after meeting with Herod.
But… that is a separate thought for another post!
Luke 2:8-12 says, “8 And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. 9 An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. 10 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. 11 Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. 12 This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.” Jesus was born at night on Tishri 1, 3760 and the shepherds that the angles appeared to were about a mile away from baby Jesus in Beit Sahour to the southeast. Talk about an amazing Feast of Trumpets with live angelic trumpets and singing from Heaven! Using the computer model, no other possible birth years, before or after this date or adjacent dates put these 3 referenced celestial bodies anywhere near these same 3 well-placed locations with Virgo as described in Revelation 12:1, including October 3, 2 BC.
|Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah)||Tishri 1, 3760||September 29, 2 B.C.|
2nd Century Saint Irenaeus writes of Jesus Birth
Irenaeus, born about a century after Jesus, notes that Jesus was born in the 41st year of the reign of Augustus. Since Augustus began his reign in the autumn of 43 BC, this appears to substantiate the birth of Jesus as the autumn of 2 BC. Eusebius (264-340 AD), the “Father of Church History,” ascribes it to the 42nd year of the reign of Augustus and the 28th from the subjection of Egypt on the death of Anthony and Cleopatra. The 42nd year of Augustus ran from the autumn of 2 BC to the autumn of 1 BC. The subjugation of Egypt into the Roman Empire occurred in the autumn of 30 BC. The 28th year extended from the autumn of 3 BC to the autumn of 2 BC. The only date that would meet both of these constraints would be the autumn of 2 BC.
September 29, 2 BC, ROSH HASHANAH – The Birth of Jesus Christ
Sir Isaac Newton, Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John (1733), Chapter XI, Of the times of the birth and passion of Christ.
“THE times of the Birth and Passion of Christ, with such niceties, being not material to religion were little regarded by the Christians of the first age. They who began first to celebrate them, placed them in the cardinal periods of the year; as the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary, on the 25th of March, which when Julius Caesar corrected the Calendar was the Vernal Equinox; the feast of John Baptist on the 24th of June, which was the Summer Solstice; the feast of St. Michael on Sept. 29, which was the Autumnal Equinox, and the birth of Christ on the Winter Solstice, December 25, with the feasts of St. Stephen, St. John and the Innocents, as near it as they could place them. And because the Solstice in time removed from the 25th of December to the 24th, the 23d, the 22d, and so on backward, hence some in the following centuries placed the birth of Christ on December 23, and at length on December 20.”
I find this Newtonian passage interesting as it correlates with dates for the same people that I have been calculating birth and conception dates for in my various blog posts. For instance, Mary was born on December 11, 17 BC and was likely conceived on or about the Vernal Equinox but possibly as far back as March 5, 17 BC. John the Baptist was definitely conceived on the Summer Solstice, June 25, 3 BC because the Immaculate Conception occurred on the Winter Solstice, December 23, 3 BC (i.e. six months apart as the Scripture says in Luke 1:26-27 & 39-41) and Jesus was born on the Feast of Trumpets, September 29, 2 BC.
While I worked completely independent of Newton’s mentioned dates, they are amazingly similar, even with the small differences noted (birth vs. conception events on a date). However with absolute certainty, I stand on the shoulders of the “giant” Sir Isaac Newton on a broader scale in my eschatological and biblical reckoning enterprises, pragmatically and inspirationally speaking.
It is also remarkable that the amount of time between the Winter Solstice of 3 BC and the Birth of Christ on September 29, 2 BC, is exactly 40 weeks apart, which is the average gestation period for a human being. The number 40 is biblically symbolic, meaning trials, testing, and tribulation. Jesus certainly experienced all three during his life on Earth, fulfilling hundreds of prophecies to save us all from eternal tribulation. The date calculator below confirms the span of time between the two of the three most prolific dates in Christianity, unknown explicitly to virtually everyone to date. This further suggests the planned perfection of the advent of Christ.
December 23, 3 BC, WINTER SOLSTICE – Immaculate Conception of Jesus Christ
Sept 29, 2 BC – 9 months, 6 days or 40 weeks, 0 days = Dec 23, 3 BC – Winter Solstice
|Summer Solstice||Tammuz 12, 3758, 14 hours, 303 parts||June 25, 3 B.C., 8:16 a.m.|
John 3:27-30 “27 To this John replied, ‘A person can receive only what is given them from heaven.’ 28 You yourselves can testify that I said, ‘I am not the Messiah but am sent ahead of him.’ 29 The bride belongs to the bridegroom. The friend who attends the bridegroom waits and listens for him, and is full of joy when he hears the bridegroom’s voice. That joy is mine, and it is now complete. 30 He must become greater; I must become less.”
Much like an earthly day where the sunlight increases or becomes greater during the morning and sunlight decreases or becomes less during the evening, God’s Prophetic “evenings and mornings” day works in the same manner as a solar year with the Winter Solstice to Summer Solstice as the morning and the Summer Solstice to Winter Solstice as the evening described in Daniel’s 2300 day prophecy in Daniel 8:14, “He said to me, “It will take 2,300 evenings and mornings; then the sanctuary will be reconsecrated.” Notice how in the verse that “evenings” comes before “mornings” rather than the reverse order as an earthly day. This is just like a Jewish day which begins at sundown so evening comes first. Evening, Summer Solstice = John the Baptist; Morning, Winter Solstice = Jesus Christ. John came before Jesus. Also, John said, “He must become greater; I must become less.”
Luke 1:26-27 & 39-41 “26 In the sixth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy, God sent the angel Gabriel to Nazareth, a town in Galilee, 27 to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David. 39 At that time Mary got ready and hurried to a town in the hill country of Judea, 40 where she entered Zechariah’s home and greeted Elizabeth. 41 When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the baby leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit.” [This happened after sunrise on the morning of the Winter Solstice, Dec 23rd, 3 BC. The Immaculate Conception clearly took place the night before which was still the same Jewish day marked from sundown to sundown.] This verse in Luke specifically shows the 6-month difference between John the Baptist and Jesus. The two solstices are 6 months apart which means their conceptions were perfectly opposite in timing relative to the tropical year as well as symbolically speaking, one with sin – man, the other without sin – God, among many others.
April 1, 2 BC – Birth of John the Baptist 40 weeks 0 days later
The birth of John the Baptist was 40 weeks 0 days later, April 1, 2 BC. June 25, 3 BC – April 1, 2 BC. 40 symbolizes trial, testing, and tribulation.
Approximate Death of Herod with Known Errors – 1 BC or 1 AD
Herod suffered a grave political demotion in 4 BC, as the result of a misunderstanding over raiders he sent to Arabia to suppress robbers hiding there. Augustus condemned Herod, removed his title “Caesar’s Friend” (amic Caesaris), and relegated him to the lower position of “subject”. This loss of status was a serious matter. Its ramifications eventually included Herod’s execution of his own son Antipater, and others, in a show of loyalty to Augustus.
The conjunctions of Venus and Jupiter in 3 and 2 BC around the fixed star Regulus were impressive and unique celestial phenomena. Since the ephemeris of Brian Tuckerman was published in the mid-’60s, allowing the experts to know this fact, Jupiter/Venus have been the preferred alternative for the star of Bethlehem in the mind of many astronomers and historians. This also suggests that related incarnation events were still in motion past the 4 BC date for Herod’s death.
Josephus (1st century Jewish Historian) mentions that Herod died in the interval between a lunar eclipse and the following Passover. For centuries this has been thought to be the eclipse of March 13, 4 BC or the eclipse of March 23, 5 BC and the evidence of astronomy has been decisive to establish the dogma that Herod died during one of those 2 years. The eclipse of December 29, 1 BC fits this criterion much better (more alike with the Crucifixion lunar eclipse of April 3, 33 AD). Take a look at all 4 eclipses side-by-side in separate tabs to see which one looks the most like the Crucifixion lunar eclipse. The full moon was nearly half eclipsed when it could first be seen rising in the east above the distant mountains about twenty minutes after sunset. A partial eclipse is more easily seen at moonrise than a total because totality delays first visibility (the entire moon is in the “invisible” portion) and the shape of the missing portion would have made it obvious that it was an eclipse, especially to the Judeans who used the moon to indicate the day of the month and who expected a full moon. Of the candidates to be Herod’s eclipse, the December 29, 1 BC eclipse was the most likely to have been widely observed. If December 29, 1 BC is correct, then Herod died in early 1 AD before Passover, which would have been April 25, 1 AD, rather than early 1 BC. With the September 29, 2 BC Birth date, Jesus would have been between 15 and 18 months old when Herod died. It is not clear exactly when Joseph, Mary, and Jesus fled to Egypt, likely right after their meet with the Wise Men, but Revelation 12:6 is clear that they stayed there in Egypt at a place God had prepared for them for 1,260 days. Revelation 12:6 says, “6 The woman fled into the wilderness, where God had prepared a place of refuge and safety where she could find sustenance for 1,260 days.” This verse has dual meaning because it is a picture of the same plight of the remnant of Israel that flees the Anti-Christ/Beast into the same Wilderness during the second half of the Tribulation for the same duration of time.
30 AD or 34 AD Crucifixion Dates Do Not Meet Scriptural Requirements
Contrary to popular belief and centuries of dogma, Jesus could not have been born in 5 BC or 1 BC. Reason being, Christ could not have been crucified in 30 AD or 34 AD because 1) Passover was not on a Friday either year (both years were on a Wednesday) and 2) there were no lunar eclipses in April of 30 AD or 34 AD when Passover would have occurred those 2 years according to the NASA Catalog of Lunar Eclipses from 1 AD to 100 AD. In 32 AD, there was a lunar eclipse on Passover, Monday, April 14th; however, it was not viewable whatsoever from Europe/Middle East/Africa and didn’t occur on a Friday. The only date that meets all of the Biblical requirements is April 3, 33 AD, which was on a Friday and coincided with a lunar eclipse that was viewable during moonrise in Jerusalem on Passover that year. A 33 AD Crucifixion year, places the birth of Christ in 2 BC, which agrees with several scholars such as Josephus, Irenaeus, Eusebius, and Sir Isaac Newton among others.
The Star of Bethlehem and the Magi 3 BC – 2 BC
On September 15th, 3 BC (Stellarium.org), Jupiter came into conjunction with Regulus, the star of kingship, the brightest star in the constellation Leo the Lion. Leo was the constellation of kings, and it was associated with the Lion of Judah. Just a month earlier, August 12, 3 BC (Stellarium.org) Jupiter and Venus had almost seemed to touch each other in another close conjunction, also in Leo.
Then the conjunction between Jupiter and Regulus was repeated on February 15th and May 10th of 2 BC (Stellarium.org). These celestial events would have certainly raised the curiosity of the magi or wise men from far away.
June 17, 2 BC (Stellarium.org), Jupiter and Venus, the two brightest objects in the night sky except for the moon, came so close that their disks appeared to touch. This exceptionally rare event could not have been missed by observers such as the Wise Men. This could have been the event that confirmed the previous series of celestial events and triggered the upcoming journey to Jerusalem. According to Stellarium, Jupiter would not have been visible at night much longer after the end of June until it was viewable once again in August, 2 months later, at nightfall after passing behind the sun. With an estimated trip of 750 miles between Babylon and Jerusalem, the time it would have taken to travel could be estimated at 2-3 months depending on the route around the desert, weather delays, rest periods, etc. I estimate that the Wise Men would have spent part of the Summer preparing for the journey and started sometime in October or early November for an arrival at the end of December, 2 BC.
The Bible does not mention how many Wise Men (likely Jewish Descendants from the old Babylon Magi School started by Daniel) there were or where they came from. (The tradition of three Wise Men developed from the Bible’s description of three gifts — gold, frankincense, and myrrh.) It is reasonable to suppose that their journey took months, however, since they had to cross several hundred miles of desert to reach Jerusalem. If they were in Jerusalem before dawn on Dec. 25, 2 BC, they would, in fact, have seen Jupiter (the King Planet) stop moving (retrograde motion) almost directly over Bethlehem to the south on the edge of Virgo (stellarium.org) just after 5am before sunrise. They could have traveled the five miles to Bethlehem and presented their gifts that day but they had to travel carefully since Herod was probably watching which direction they left Jerusalem. By then Jesus would have been a young child living with his parents in a house, not a baby in a manger. There is a reference not to an infant (brephos in the Greek) but to a toddler (paidion), indicating that the birth itself had been some months before.
Jan 6, 1 BC – Magi find Jesus who is ~ 3 months old.
Christian Holiday Epiphany (12 Days of [after] Christmas). Magi find 3-month-old Jesus in Bethlehem.
What is Dec 25, 1 BC?
440 AD – The Church in Rome officially proclaimed December 25th as the birth of Christ to align it with the pagan holiday celebrating the pagan sun god to influence them to Christianity. Up to this time, several dates had been used as Christ’s birth date due to persecution. Easter was the primary Christian holiday for centuries and not His birth.
525 AD – Dionysius Exiguus, a 6th Century monk, is the inventor of the Anno Domini Era (i.e. AD) Calendar Renumbering centered on presumed Jesus’ conception or birth when updating the Easter Table for the Pope. Dionysius had different reasons for a new calendar numbering starting point to get rid of previous calendars; To drop any pagan heritage and Diocletian era Christian persecution tainted calendars; To drop Anno Mundi era calendar counting methods which count years from creation that was nearing the feared end-of-world 6000 year millennium based on the 6th day of Creation in Genesis when man was created. Years were calculated with an inaccurate number of days in a year so the AM count wasn’t accurate. (16th-century mathematicians discovered the correct calculation of a tropical year, averaged to be 365.2422 days instead of 365.25 days, which caused a Gregorian calendar correction by the Pope to skip ahead by 11 days in the calendar from Oct 4 to Oct 15, 1582 AD in many European countries that accepted it.) Dionysius realigned the new yearly count with an assumed end of the religious age marked by calculated conjunction of all planets (visible planets in the sky all appearing in a straight line) in May 2000 AD. This was the assumed NEW end-of-world timeframe when Christ would return by. Wrong again, we are still here! He assumed the start of the 2000 year religious age with Dec 25, 1 AD using the ‘all planets conjunction’ as the anchor but decided to align instead with Jan 1, 1 AD so the incarnation date changed to Dec 25, 1 BC. Dionysius claimed to have calculated the birth of Christ from the beginning of Rome (i.e. 732 AUC) but offered no evidence on how this was calculated. Therefore, the birth of Christ was presumed to be Dec 25, 1 BC for all using the new calendar.
- March 5, 444 BC – Nehemiah Decree (476 Years 24 Days to Palm Sunday)
- Dec 11, 17 BC 8:53 am IST = Birth of Mary, mother of Jesus Christ
- June 25, 3 BC – Summer Solstice – John the Baptist’s Conception (9 months 12 days to birth or 40 weeks and 6 days.)
- Sept, 3 BC – Jupiter came into conjunction with Regulus in the constellation Leo the Lion.
- Dec 23, 3 BC – Winter Solstice – Immaculate Conception (9 months 12 days to birth or 40 weeks and 6 days.)
- Feb, 2 BC – Jupiter came into conjunction with Regulus again.
- Feb 5, 2 BC – Roman Decree of Census and Oath of Allegiance in birth cities across Roman Empire.
- Feb 5 – Oct 3, 2 BC – Joseph and Mary traveled to Bethlehem sometime during this timeframe.
- April 1, 2 BC – Birth of John the Baptist (34 years before the crucifixion of Christ).
- May, 2 BC – Jupiter came into conjunction with Regulus again.
- June 17, 2 BC – Jupiter and Venus came into conjunction, touching, creating a very bright star! Go Magi!
- September 28, 2 BC – After sundown on Tishri 1 also on the New Moon, Joseph and Mary were turned away as there was no room in the Inn.
- September 29, 2 BC – Birth of Jesus Christ (33 years 6 months before Palm Sunday)
- Dec 25, 2 BC – Magi see Jupiter stop or hung over Bethlehem from Jerusalem marking the location of Jesus.
- Jan 6, 1 BC – Christian Holiday Epiphany (12 Days of [after] Christmas). Magi find 3 month old Jesus in Bethlehem.
- Dec 29, 1 BC – Passover, 1 AD – Timeframe that Herod most likely died.
- September 29, 29 AD – John the Baptist Baptizes Jesus, Beginning of His Ministry (Jesus’ 30th Birthday).
- March 29, 33 AD – Palm Sunday (End of Daniel’s 69th Prophetic Week, Beginning of Daniel’s 70th Literal Week).
- April 2, 33 AD – Last Supper Passover Feast begins after sundown.
- April 3, 33 AD – 6-hour Crucifixion of Christ during Passover with Lunar Eclipse (Red Moon best viewed from Israel).
- April 4, 33 AD – The Sabbath, The Holy Day, set aside from Week of Creation by God for this very special event!
- April 5, 33 AD – Resurrection Day!!! (Easter)
- May 23, 33 AD – Day of Pentecost, Feast of Weeks or First Fruits, Birthday of Ancient Israel. (50 days after the crucifixion).
- 440 AD – The Church in Rome officially proclaimed December 25th as the birth of Christ to win pagan converts.
- 525 AD – Anno Domini Calendar (i.e. BC/AD) invented, incorrectly dates Christ’s birth on Dec 25, 1 BC.
- 800 AD – Majority of the Western World adopts AD Calendar.
- Oct 4, 1582 AD – Pope decrees Gregorian Calendar correction and skips 10 days to Oct 15 based on a 365.2422-day tropical year.
Jesus’ Birth Date, John the Baptist’s Birth Date, Jesus’ Immaculate Conception date, and John the Baptist’s Conception Date with commentary – by Chad Horton – Jan 18, 2011.
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Was Jesus Born on December 25 http://www.allaboutjesuschrist.org/was-jesus-born-on-december-25-faq.htm
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