Our Transit of Venus Coverage: A Compilation
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This post is a compilation of my favorite articles relating to 2012 and in particular, the transit of Venus that takes place Tuesday. We've decided to send this out to all of our readers -- subscribers and visitors -- so that everyone has access to dependable information about this truly rare event -- nothing like it will repeat until 2117.
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I've been writing about next week's Venus transit since June 2004, when I saw the first of the current pair from Avebury Henge in England. I called that article Day Zero
, and began a countdown to the second event of the pair, which happens Tuesday. That was 2,920 days ago.
My next related article is The Road to Xibalba
, a reference to the Mayan concept of an opening at the Galactic Center that's a metaphor for our current birthing process. This article was published in 2009 as a three-year preview of the events leading to this ominous thing known as 2012.
More recently, I did an audio series called The Top Five Events of 2012
. In one segment, I describe the current series of eclipse-like events, including the transit of Venus. This is a rich, even lavish, audio package that takes 2012 from many different angles. It was part of the 2012 annual readings for the 12 signs of the zodiac -- which are still available and more relevant than ever.
As part of the June horoscope package for our subscribers, I included an article called Transit of Venus: Embracing the Solar Feminine
. This relates what it feels like to basically have the Sun become Venus in the process of such a precise conjunction. I interview Adam Gainsburg, who describes this as an event related to deep levels of gender balancing as well as the activation of the feeling body. This includes a 12-sign horoscope that's based on the transit of Venus. This is premium content that we are opening up to all readers.
Finally, in Friday's subscriber edition, I summed up the event as Opening to Eros
. This idea is based on an interview with astrologer-psychologist David Tresemer. You can listen my interview with him
from the United Astrology Conference (UAC) earlier in the week. There are many more interviews at Planet Waves FM
, all open to the public.
I know there's a lot of material here! I'm taking the chance of sending a bit too much rather than a bit too little. Check any link that seems interesting and give it a read, and see how you like it.
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It's good to be with you.
PS, here is a link to order my Checkpoint: Spring 2012 report
, which covers the events of this stunning season for your astrological sign. Or you may dive in, and get all 12 signs at this link