Maya 2012 Recommendations
Back last year, as I was doing research on a very different subject, or so I thought, I came across an account of an expedition to Africa in 1882 to scientifically record the rare Venus transit of the sun. The head of that expedition was the famous astronomer, Antoine D’Abbadie, soon to become the President of the Royal Academy of France and perhaps the person responsible for the mysterious Hendaye Cross, so we might suppose that accurately tracking and timing the event was of the utmost importance, and not just to the scientific community. It was curious that someone connected to a mysterious monument, one that marked the time period of 1992 through 2012 as the season of catastrophe, should also be involved with an astronomical event that points to the same time period.
Every 122 or so years, the orbit of the planet Venus falls such that twice, eight years apart, Venus passes between our viewpoint on earth and the face of the sun. Precisely observing this event in 1882 allowed the astronomers to accurately forecast the next such pair of transits, in the summers of 2004 and 2012. And the first of those events, something that will be completely unique to those alive at just this moment, happened on June 8th, 2004.
The second transit will be in the summer of 2012, roughly six months away from the end date of the Mayan calendar and the helical alignment of galactic center. This once in a lifetime event, synchronizing with so many other cosmic alignments and portents, gives us a kind of certainty concerning the singular significance of our time.
Transits of Venus are among the rarest of predictable astronomical phenomena and currently occur in a pattern that repeats every 243 years, with pairs of transits eight years apart separated by long gaps of 121.5 years and 105.5 years. Before 2004, the last pair of transits were in December 1874 and December 1882. The first of a pair of transits of Venus in the beginning of the 21st century took place on June 8, 2004 and the next will be on June 6, 2012. After 2012, the next transits of Venus will be in December 2117 and December 2125.
Pavel Smutney is a Planet X researcher from Slovakia. He has proposed that the alignment of the planets, particularly the conjunction of Venus and the Sun, has a stronger effect on the Earth's environment than previously suspected. He has looked at the rather rare Venus transits and thinks he has found a correlation with major seismic/volcanic activity. There appears to be a 6 month interlude between the Venus transit and major earthquakes, volcanoes and/or tsunamis.
Venus transits are rare, and tend to come in pairs. The current pair occur during 2004 and 2012. The previous pair occurred back in 1874 and 1882, then 1761 and 1769, and so on back through history. Venus is our nearest neighbour, and during this transit, or conjunction with the Sun, is only about 26 million miles away from the Earth. I present here an edited version of Pavel's explanation of his theory:
"The earthquake that occurred on 12/26/2004 had very close ties with Venus transit on 6/8/2004. The Earth, Venus and the Sun were on one line, and furthermore this line pointed toward constellations Taurus ,Orion, Gemini, where the main gravitational tug from space, closest stars, and nebulas comes from.
"The Earth's axis is tilted toward those constellations during the present era, and during that time there was also grouped the inner planets. Additionally, the Moon was (end of spring, beginning of summer) was in its highest position in the sky, so its tidal forces were strongest. During the Indonesian earthquake and tsunami Venus was again in the identical position 7 months before.
"There was similar catastrophe on 8/26/1883, what happened Less than 9 months after Venus transit from 12.6.1882, when Krakatoa volcano erupted, accompanied with earthquakes, tsunami killing 10000 people died.
"Such similar super catastrophe had happened in 416A.D. Again, according my calculations, within 1 year of a Venus transit!"
The next transit will be June 6, 2012. So what will happen then?