Actually, she didn’t meet Jesus. The Gospels were stolen from previous mythological stories and rewritten. Without quoting from Acharya’s book, he was a sun god and also symbolized by the fish (Pisces). He was to bring them out of the age of Aries and into the age of Pisces. The way she says it, it makes a lot of sense, but basically the people who started the early myths lived by the skies to tell them when the Nile would flood and alike. They made stories out of all these various sun and moon gods, as well as the constellations and alike. As I said, Allah was originally a moon goddess. In an effort to make the Abrahamic religions seem monotheistic, the stories were rewritten and the lessor gods were turned into disciples and alike. Each were once symbolized by a astrological sign- ie John the Baptist was Aquarius, but became a mythological character in various stories.
It was the early Christians who forced everyone, including the Gnostic Christians, to anthropomophisize Jesus, instead of viewing him as the sun. Thus the aura around his head, as well as Mary’s. Mary once symbolized Virgo. The bright star was actually the planet Venus, which is seen every Christmas (or around Dec. 25).
This date is set because the ancients recognized that the sun makes an annual descent southward until after midnight December 21st, the winter solstice, when it stops moving southerly for three days and then starts to move northward again. During this time, the ancients declared that “God’s sun” had “died” for three days and was “born again” after midnight of December 24th.
Long story short, the ancients based their myths around the solar system and the Christians came along, rewrote the stories to their liking, anthorpomophasized the Sun of God, and then forced it on everyone. Even the Gnostics knew there was no historical Jesus- he was just a mystical figure. It’s the same with the moon goddess Al-lat, people came along, changed her to male, called her Allah, rewrote the stories, and finally forced this new fairy-tale god on people.