Tagged: Venus

The passage of Venus – our most significant celestial event in 2012

I find all the expectations about 2012 to be largely overblown and mainly based on the pink smoke and mirrors of psy-ops. It’s conveniently forgotten that whatever the reason that the Mayans decided to end their calendar at 21 December 2012 makes no difference. Since the various calendar reforms by first Julius Caesar in 46 BC and then Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, we’re no longer in synch with their Short Count or Long Count calendars. However, there is one extraordinary event that will happen this year – in a few weeks time, in fact. And it’s been getting buried under all the other hype around. Continue reading

Why Lucifer must have been a woman

As explained in The Faery wisdom about race, Lucifer and the rivers of blood, Lucifer is not a devil, demon or even a male spirit. The word ‘lucifer’  or lightbringer in the Bible refers to the star of the morning, or Venus. This may come as a surprise to those who think that Lucifer is male, but more than that… as I set out to show here, she is represented as the Double Goddess throughout history, who is still in the sky at dawn, as the morning star, and is the first to rise at dusk as the evening star.

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