On April 3, A.D. 33, when Jesus was executed, five planets in the solar system moved to position, forming the image of a man on a cross.

According to many researchers, April 3, A.D. 33, is the day Jesus was crucified. It was on that day that Saturn, Jupiter, Earth, Venus, and Uranus moved into position creating the image of a man crucified on a cross. This is an extremely rare astronomical phenomenon, that merely reappear 600 years after A.D. 33.

The author of this interesting discovery is Miguel Antonio Fiol, a historian from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The simulation model shows the position of the planets in the solar system on April 3, A.D. 33. (Model Source: Solar System Scope illustration by M.A. Fiol, Applied sciences Group) (Facebook)

According to the Christian Newswire website, based on a simulation model of the universe, on April 3, 33, five planets—Saturn, Jupiter, Earth, Venus, and Uranus—were in a position that formed a similar shape to Jesus’s crucifixion, “with the head, hands spread to both sides and legs bent in an exact posture, but on galaxy range.”

Not only that but Saturn’s rings formed a halo or crown about the “head,” of the grouping, producing the crown of thorns that was on Jesus’s head on the day of the crucifixion.

Similarly, Jupiter and Venus represent the two hands, while Earth and Uranus correspond to the feet.

Historian Miguel Antonio Fiol said:

“At first sight I knew it looked like the person who was crucified. According to historians, the alignment of planets began in mid-March and lasted until mid-April in 33. The same layout has appeared once every 333 years, meaning that it has occured six times in the period from year 0 to 2000.

“It’s hard to see this as a coincidence. This unique layout only appeared in a single month in A.D. 33, and did not appear again for another 600 years. This is a very rare phenomenon, and based on data from the above model, we will not see it again until about 2900.”

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