The act of two celestial bodies coming together prior to actual conjunction is referred to as converging]]>
This is the singular reason for the references towards what happened over two millennia, ago. Remember, also, according to the Bible, the story of the wise men who saw the convergence but had to travel from distant lands (by slow conveyance), to view the birth of Christ–meaning it was a not an event of short duration.
This is the reason that this convergence is being considered so rare and is causing numerous stories to break out, all over the media.]]>
Fortunately, if you miss this sighting and you missed the one in 2014, Venus and Jupiter have scheduled another date for the morning of October 26, 2015. On this day, they will be separated by 1°. And if you still can’t see this meeting, then next year, on August 27, the planets will reunite once again. Here they will be separated by a stunning 0.1°.]]>