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Is Cosmos Giving Birth To A New Celestial Body On 2nd Sep. 2006?

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Posted by Karthik on August 28, 2006 20:48:40 UTC

With the recent redefinition of Pluto as a dwarf planet, the entire astronomy is headed for a massive rediscovery. If such an addition or deletion of a celestial body creates furore with the practising astrologers all over the world, by setting off their benchmark systems, it is more acute in India, where astrology is revered and actively practised for centuries.

Added to this emerging cosmic controversy is an interesting addition from the circle of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, an internationally acclaimed god-man from the South of India, who is famous for his well documented spiritual miracles and service to humanity at large. One of his disciples, by the name of Sri Vasantha Sai, a respectable woman of 70 years, who reportedly has some inner contact with Sri Sathya Sai Baba, claims that the cosmic body will give birth to a new celestial star, hitherto unknown to the telescope-clad astronomic community. This new star will have a ring around it, and it will appear on the eastern sky. This new celestial body, she claims, can be seen on the 2nd September, 2006, which coincides with the opening ceremony of a massive spiritual pillar she has erected in her spiritual abode called as "Mukthi Nilayam", near Madurai city in southern India. Further her disciples believe that scientific and astronomical agencies in the U.S.A., including NASA, can corroborate her claims with their scientific tools and instruments.

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