June 8 2004 Transit of Venus

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June 8 2004 Transit of Venus

Postby Gnosty » 07 Jun 2004, 12:26

The Institute of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Wales Aberystwyth, will be observing the transit of Venus on the morning of 8th June using two computer-controlled telescopes mounted outside Aberystwyth Arts Centre. The 2 views from the telescopes will be streamed live to this page:



A comment from Raker:

The vortexes are formed and awaiting the transit.

Once Venus arrives at the central point of the transit, Silver energy will emerge from Venus into the vortex surrounding earth. This will, for a few days, surround the planet then move to the surface and touch all.

This will then begin what has been described as "the shift" by some. It will be remembered as a new begining; as a separation from the old....
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