Archive for the ‘venus transit’ category

Venus is the Sister of Our Planet

March 3, 2013

 

 

Deeds of love bring peace into your life and the world.” ~ Dr. Lee Jampolsky

 

Venus is with an average solar distance of 108 million km the second inner planet and with a diameter of 12,100 km the third smallest planet in the solar system. It is one of the four terrestrial planets, which are also known as terrestrial or rocky planets.

Venus orbits with a minimum distance of 38 million km. It is almost the same size as Earth. It differs from the Earth in terms of geology and with regard to its environment.

After the moon, Venus is the brightest natural object in the twilight or night sky.  Venus as one of the bottom planets is the best seen in the morning or evening but never around midnight.  It is called the morning star and evening star. It can also be well observed during the daytime, even with small telescopes – and often even by the eye.

Venus is constantly glowing dark red (barely perceptible to humans). Due to the very high temperatures there is no water. The relief is mainly dominated by gently rolling plains. With relatively low level differences of less than a thousand meters it matches the global average level, and therefore it has many similarities to the Earth.

Parallel to the sun, Venus is active. According to Werner Neuner, Venus is the big sister of our Mother Earth. It helps Gaia (the primal Greek goddess of the Earth) with the heartache she has with us humans. Venus sends plasma eruptions that touch the earth.

In the scripts of the Mayans, Venus has always played a major role. Werner Neuner has done searches on the relationship between Earth and Venus, and came directly to the five-star, the pentagram, the golden section and the basic structure of all life, the sacred geometry. The five-star results from the course of the Earth and Venus around the Sun and its planetary conjunctions these two links. These conjunctions are rarely very distinctive. The terms of this are Venus transits.

Venus transits are astronomical events of the century. In such an event the sun, Venus and Earth are exactly aligned. If there is a Venus transit it will occur exactly 8 years after the previous one. The first Venus Transit occurred on June 8th, 2004 and so the next was on 6th. June 2012.

Since the Venus transit of 2004, we know that such an event has a huge impact on the emotional state of human beings. We can say that on December 21, 2012 three planets were connected and provide cosmic forces which will be very important for the earth.

They are:

–       The Centre of our galaxy, Hunab Ku.

–       The Sun, as the central star of our suns system.

–       The Venus, as the planet next to Earth.

Find my e-books are available on Amazon http://tinyurl.com/d2sshr3