Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Grid Alignments

The energies over the past few days have been off the chart for me and others I know. I'm not sure if you are experiencing them, but they are powerful. In my wake-up dream Tuesday morning, I felt myself in the body of the Faravahar, who is Z. In essence, I was a huge white bird positioned as you see in his image. I felt white tail feathers attached to my butt, moving back and forth, allowing me to conclude they were some sort of stabilizer I controlled, in the end, as they say. I looked over at my outstretched arms, now huge white wings. I felt aligned with Z as I flew away ... waking up back in my Ellie Crystal body. In that moment, a thought entered my consciousness ... It's neither gods nor aliens who are returning, but the energies of the grids of a specific pantheon that are coming full circle. In my case, it's the Middle East and Egypt. Walking into the kitchen, I noticed that the clock had stopped at 12:00 - another grid message for me.

    Feather flight -- wings are called remiges (singular remex). Tail feathers are called rectrices (singular rectrix) - perhaps as in matrix.

My work took me to the city, Tuesday morning, where I found myself in another unique alignment, in a manner of speaking. Driving west as I exited the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, I stopped for a traffic light centered directly below One World Trade Center. Looking up through my skylight, I could see the grids of glass towering towards the top, and felt a strange sense of alignment with the grids that created the 9/11 event and the close of the program. I reached for my phone to capture the moment, but the light traffic turned green, and I didn't have 'time'.

The day ended with a solar alignment - Manhattanhenge sometimes referred to as the Manhattan Solstice - a semiannual occurrence during which the setting sun aligns with the east-west streets of the main street grid in the borough of Manhattan in New York City.

Celestial Alignments and Transits

June 4, 2012

Full Moon Lunar Eclipse 14° Sagittarius

Venus Transit June 5-6, 2012

Science and Pseudoscience

There are many pseudo-science theories about the eight-year pentagonal cycle of Venus. Some believe that a doorway opened during the Venus Transit on June 8, 2004 closing on June 6, 2012. Others link it to the Goddess Venus (the archetype for all feminine deities) and her return to create a new reality.

June 5, 2012 Venus Transit

The 2012 transit of Venus   PhysOrg - May 18, 2012
On June 5th, 2012, Venus will start to pass across the face of the sun, producing a silhouette that no one alive today will likely see again. Transits of Venus are very rare, coming in pairs separated by more than a hundred years. This June's transit, the bookend of a 2004-2012 pair, won't be repeated until the year 2117. Fortunately, the event is widely visible. Observers on seven continents, even a sliver of Antarctica, will be in position to see it. The nearly 7-hour transit begins at 3:09 pm Pacific Daylight Time (22:09 UT) on June 5th. The timing favors observers in the mid-Pacific where the sun is high overhead during the crossing. In the USA, the transit will at its best around sunset. That's good, too. Creative photographers will have a field day imaging the swollen red sun "punctured" by the circular disk of Venus.

Counting down to the Transit of Venus - our nearest exoplanet test-lab   PhysOrg - March 5, 2012
Three months before the last transit of Venus this century, scientists are gathering at the Observatoire de Paris to finalize their observation plans in a workshop supported by the Europlanet Research Infrastructure and the EGIDE/PHC Sakura Program. The transit of Venus on 5-6 June 2012 will give scientists two important opportunities for science: firstly, to use Venus as an example of a transiting exoplanet. Astronomers will use the transit to test the techniques they have developed to analyze the composition, structure and dynamics of exoplanetary atmospheres. Secondly, they will be able to make simultaneous Earth- and space-based observations of Venus's atmosphere. These joint observations will give new insights into the complex middle layer of Venus's atmosphere, a key to understanding the climatology of our sister planet.

The transits are an interesting marker of mankind's technological advances. In the eighteenth century, pendulum clock allowed accurate timings during a Venus transit - to measure the Astronomical Unit. In the 19th century, we had a new tool in photography. In the 21st century, we are able to observe the phenomenon from space and from Earth at the same time.