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SOLAR TRANSIT OF VENUS JUNE 5th

 
TheDuke
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SOLAR TRANSIT OF VENUS JUNE 5th
Now if this is not significant, I don't know what is!

This will be the last one untill 2117!!

If nothing spectacular happens, I'm turning in my aluminum hat.

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Re: SOLAR TRANSIT OF VENUS JUNE 5th
AMEN!
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Me too!
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Re: SOLAR TRANSIT OF VENUS JUNE 5th
What do we think may happen? What has happened as far as history shows??
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What do we think may happen? What has happened as far as history shows??
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11569602


from another thread..

How long will it take Venus to transit from one side to the other?
 Quoting: imjustsayin


7 hours

more interesting shit for you..

''The Lightning-hurling eye

One of the more curious beliefs surrounding the lightning holds that it emanates from the region of the sun or, more specifically, from a sky-god's eye. This idea is well attested in ancient Greece, where it was believed that Zeus could produce lightning from his eye. Aeschylus, for example, wrote as follows of the Greek thundergod: "The jealous eye of God hurls the lightning down." The same conception is implicit in Euripedes' Bacchae: "Unveil the Lightning's eye."

Numerous scholars have observed that the image of Zeus casting lightning from his eye corresponds to a widespread belief. In Hindu tradition, for example, Shiva was said to have been capable of throwing lightning from his third eye, located in the center of his head.

Various cultures in Africa hold that lightning emanates from the sky-god's eye. The Masai, for example, describe lightning as the "dreadful glance" of Ngai's eye.

Similar beliefs are attested amongst native peoples in North America. The Pawnee of the Nebraskan plains identify lightning with the "glance" of the thundergod Paruksti. In Iroquois lore, it is said that when Thunder gets angry lightning flashes from his eye. Other tribes, such as the Cree and Tlingit, describe the Thunderbird as capable of sending forth "lightnings from his eyes." The Chumash Indians of Northern California report analogous traditions: there the twin gods known as the Thunderers shoot lightning from their eyes. As to the popularity of this motif, Frazer remarks that "it is a common notion with the American Indians that thunder and lightning are caused by the flapping of the wings and the flashing of the eyes of a gigantic bird."

[link to www.maverickscience.com]

now, look at figure three just underneath that paragraph..

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and figure four..

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this is the paragraph that goes with those images..

''It is instructive at this point to review the evidence from prehistoric rock art. Consider the pictograph shown in figure three. As we have documented, this image was commonly thought to depict the sun-god's "eye." This very image, in fact, is depicted on countless cylinder seals from ancient Mesopotamia, where it serves to symbolize Shamash, the Semitic sun-god. Closely related forms are depicted in figure four. Here the inner "eye" of the ancient sun-god is associated with a number of radiating filaments. The first image in figure four is particularly relevant here. Notice the wavy nature of the radiating spokes, suggesting streaming or radiant energy of some sort. It stands to reason that the widespread traditions of ophthalmic lightning have some reference to the pictographs in question and to the celestial phenomenon depicted therein, however we are to understand the "lightning" from a physical or energetic standpoint. ''

remind you of anything?

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