Transit Ritual 2012 - Venus, Enterprise & the Dragon Gate
2012-06-06 0:00

From: goroadachi.com/etemenanki

On June 4-6, 2012, we are likely going to see the oldest member of the space shuttle fleet, Enterprise, gets towed up the Hudson River to its final resting place, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, on the West Side of Manhattan. [Update: Dates shifted to June 3-6.] Most are totally unaware of this, but it will be a terrestrial reflection of the Transit of Venus simultaneously taking place in the sky on June 5-6. All carefully arranged to produce an exquisite instance of "as above, so below"...

When it happens, Enterprise will enter the Hudson River through its mouth at the southern tip of Manhattan where we can visualize a "gate" flanked by the Statue of Liberty and the World Trade Center where the Twin Towers once stood. The arrangement neatly reflects the celestial gate around the Galactic Anticenter flanked by the constellations Orion and Gemini. The Milky Way is a (celestial) river like the Hudson; Orion is a "torch bearer" (summer solstice Sun = Orion torch) like the Statue of Liberty; and Gemini is the "Twins" like the Twin Towers.

The Sun above, Enterprise below. Through a Galactic gate above, through a Hudson gate below. It’s a mirror uniting heaven and earth.

To go back in time a little, the "ritual" started back on April 27 when Enterprise flew into the Big Apple mounted atop a Boeing 747 precisely when Venus achieved its "greatest brilliancy" as the Evening Star. The coincidence implied underlying awareness of the upcoming Transit of Venus which will be the time of least brilliancy when Venus becomes a black dot on the face of the Sun (June 5-6) with no light reflected toward Earth.

As the graph shows, Venus is currently growing increasingly dimmer which will continue until early June. Then after the transit, Venus will be "reborn" as the Morning Star - or "Lucifer" - appearing on the other side of the Sun at dawn, growing brighter and higher everyday until it peaks around mid July.

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