From Spaceweather.com - Venus and the Pleiades
About the Pleiades
Pleiades in folklore and literature
About the Pleiades
People are drawn to the Pleiades because of the colors (blue-white).
There does exist a connection between the Pleiades, Sirius, and Orion,
which takes us to the Belt Stars of Orion and The Great Pyramid.
Pseidoscience: Billy Meier's Pleiadian ET Contacts
Meier allegedly spoke to an entity named Quetzal as in Quetzalcoatl -> 2012 prophecies.
2012 is another metaphor for the closing of this program and the return to consciousness.
Venus invades the Pleiades PhysOrg - April 4, 2012
This week, the second planet from the sun will pass directly in front of the Pleiades star cluster. It's a rare sunset conjunction that's easy to find with the unaided eye, but best seen through binoculars or a small telescope. The Pleiades are elusive. You rarely find them on purpose. They're best seen out of the corner of your eye, a pretty little surprise that pops out of the night sky when you're staring elsewhere. The Pleiades, also known as the "Seven Sisters," are a cluster of young stars. They formed barely 100 million years ago during the age of dinosaurs on Earth from a collapsing cloud of interstellar gas. The biggest and brightest members are blue-white and about five times wider than our own sun.
Don't forget that we have the Venus Transit this June, 2012 !!
As Mercury Retrograde comes to an end, and the holidays approach, we find the usual stories that portray the negative (drama) sides of reality. Along with them, we also find the stories you never read about - the people and families who will share a wonderful time this year - my family included. Tragedy catches our focus as it jolts us away from our daily lives and often boring routines, but remember, there does exist the rest of the people who don't need dramas to feel alive. Keep it simple at holiday time. Many people believe this is the last Easter/Passover we will experience, so make it fun.