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The Secret Pentagram of Venus

June 19, 2011

The eight-year pentagonal cycle of Venus fascinatingly does what it says on the tin, it ends up leaving the points of a pentagram shape every 8 years as it orbits through space.  It does so, on a path in which every 1.6 years leaves a marking point of one of the five points that make up the pentagram.  [Just out of interest I used a calculator, to divide 8 [years] by the 12 [months of year], which equals 0.666 reoccurring].  Some of the following and more technical explanation about this beguiling fact, can seem to be a little difficult to fully grasp the significance as to what is really taking place here, and I advise all of those who can to visit the website where there’s a great description with fantastic illustrations that shows exactly how it all happens.

I believe this is a hidden fact, [particularly the 243 year double transit of Venus going across the Sun, which I explain in a minute], and a contributing feature as to why such rumours are abound that something significantly will happen in 2012, – and it will, as to what Venus does in 2012, is indeed a once in a lifetime event, and only normally known about, observed and understood by astronomers, astrologers and folks of course interested in such facts, like those of the Masonic/Illuminati cabals and whom revere such a planet.  Venus is the Roman name for the Greek Aphrodite, goddess of love, grace, beauty and sexual rapture, hence where the name Venereal disease [VD] came from.

Venus has also been called the “Jewel of the sky”, Eosphorus as the morning star and Hesperus as the evening star; from a modern day astronomer’s view, it’s Earth’s sister planet; and from an astrologer’s view, the compliment to Mars, and to the Satanist: Venus represents Lucifer, the Fallen Angel.  Other cultural names for Venus include: the Babylonian Ishtar; the Syro-Palestinian goddess Ashtart; the Aztec: Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli meaning “Lord of the House of Dawn”, an apparition of Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent; the Maya: Kukulcan.  Venus was the Mayan patron of warfare, with several battles coinciding with significant Venus alignments, and the Norse Sif, noted for her “conjugal fidelity”.  Aside from the asteroids, Venus is the only main planet named after a goddess, for our [own] “soul-ar system” [1].

A “Venus Transit” occurs when we can see the planet passing directly in front of the Sun.  This is similar to when the Moon passes in front of the Sun on a solar eclipse.  Unlike the Moon, which covers most of the Sun, Venus appears as a small dot crossing the face of the Sun.  A transit [also called a passage] can only occur with the inner planets – Mercury and Venus, because they’re the only two that can lie between the Earth and Sun during their orbits [2].  We’re in the tail end of the second Venus Transit of this millennium, which is a rare occurrence in its normal 8 year cycle.  The Venus Transit presently upon us has come in a pair, with each transit in the pair spaced eight years apart.  There was one transit on the 8th June 2004 and the next one is due on the 6th June 2012 [3].

As I say, this is rare, as it’s a once in a life time event, only every 243 years the Venus Transit cycle appears as a pair spaced 121.5 ±8 years apart, that actually cross the face of the Sun in equal distances, and a fact that makes this kind of thing that little bit more exceptional.  The last Venus Transit [pair] occurred 129.5 years ago in 1874 and 1882.  The next pair will occur 113.5 years from this one, in 2117 and 2125.  Although the transits currently occur in pairs, this is not always the case, sometimes there is only one transit.  Currently, the transit pairs that occur at the south node transit lie in the sidereal sign of Taurus.  This is where the June 2004 appeared and the June 2012 pair will occur in the “horns of the bull” El Nath, which is the north horn, and Al Hecka is the south horn. The 2004 – 2012 retrogrades begin just under Auriga [the charioteer] and under the auspices of Capella, the messenger of light, and just under Al Nath, the north horn [1].

These retrogrades, complete over Aldebaran and Hyades, – in which the brightest stars within the Hyades Cluster form a ‘V’ shape.   Aldebaran is the “Eye of the Bull” marking the centre [~15°] of sidereal Taurus.  The “Gate of Man” of the Holy Cross is also shown.  It lies at 5° sidereal Gemini, at the feet of the Twins, Pollux and Castor.  The Twins stand upon the galactic equator.  Although the Venus-Sun conjunction lies in sidereal Taurus, the theme of the 1.6 year Venus synodic cycle began on 8th June 2004 and was defined by the star alignments looking from the Sun toward Venus, Earth [and Pluto] the sidereal heliocentric view, all residing in the sidereal sign of Scorpio and in the constellation of Ophiuchus.  Each Earth-Venus synodic theme is presented in the Lunar Planner in which it occurs[1].

Extract from Trapped in a Masonic World

[1] “RV Challenge – IIlkin’s email #1.” <;.

[2] “The Venus Transits 2004 / 2012: The Pentagonal Cycle of Venus. <;.

[3] “Aracaria Biodynamic Farm, Mullumbimby, NSW, Australia.” <;.

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