I have to include Catholicism with all its popery when I speak of the Roman religion. A “giant alien planet” was found, according to space.com.
Indeed, the study team’s calculations suggest that the candidate planet must have been born about 50 times farther away from the star than its current location, then migrated in.— Big find! Scientists spot giant alien planet orbiting close to dead star’s corpse
There are stars and planets, with much gratuitous talk of “births” and “deaths” in outer space. These scientists are astrologers, not astronomers as they bill themselves in their requests for public funding of private research. When there are star signs, and “births” or “deaths” are spoken of or said to occur in certain areas of the night sky or under certain signs of the Zodiac, it is clear that the writing of these scientists and researchers is no better in character than that of the daily horoscopes published in the mainstream press, usually online or printed media.
In the paper being presented here the elements of medieval computus are transformed on an arithmetical basis and from this a formula for the fixing of Easter is developed. With the help of these two components it is possible to calculate the Julian as well as the Gregorian dates of Easter and, in addition the calendar of any given year. The formula for the date of Easter being submitted here can be traced back exclusively to the elements of the medieval computus and can be ratified by the chronologists.— Werner Bergmann. Easter and the Calendar: The Mathematics of Determining a Formula for the Easter Festival to Medieval Computing. Journal for General Philosophy of Science / Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie. Vol. 22, No. 1 (1991), pp. 15-41 (27 pages) Published By: Springer https://www.jstor.org/stable/25170898
The Roman religion originally developed the science of “computus” to rule over the resurrection of Jesus Christ by fixing the date of the celebration of Easter in coordination with the positions of the sun, moon, and stars.
The Romans by custom accounted births and deaths as “vital statistics” according to their religion. Those heathens, including that tyrannical King Herod so infamous for the massacre of the innocent ones, did not account life to begin at conception, but only after birth, mayhem, scarification, healing, and viability.
The ancient Roman physicians universally practiced Cæsarean sections and abortions as well as circumcisions and castrations, in violent opposition to the Greek oath of Hippocrates.
I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan; and similarly I will not give a woman a pessary to cause an abortion. In purity and according to divine law will I carry out my life and my art. I will not use the knife, even upon those suffering from stones, but I will leave this to those who are trained in this craft.— Greek Medicine: The Hippocratic Oath
To this day those doctors spite that miracle of the Virgin Mary who gave birth to a son who was to be the King of the Jews, and of the Saint Joseph who, when he was warned of God in a dream, arose by night, took the mother and child, and fled to Egypt until King Herod, the murderer of the innocent ones, was dead.