looming venus

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This is Venus looming. Venus would stands to the left of the Sun, along the Ecliptic as viewed from the Northern Hemisphere at sundown, all things being normal. But as it is squeezed in the cup with the Earth, in front of the approaching Planet X, it is out of place. Catching the Sun’s rays in a blooming effect, where the light rays bend TOWARD Venus from all sides and then continue on this bent path toward Earth, it creates a monster appearance. Since these are not light rays directly from Venus itself, but only light rays affected by the gravity pull of Venus, and since during sundown the light rays are distorting the Sun’s size in any case due to gravity bending over the Earth’s horizon, the appearance is varied.
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Comment by Derrick Johnson on October 25, 2011 at 5:23am

I know this discussion is about the photo of Venus but for those of you here that are trying to view Planet X this Zeta Talk may be helpful.

Here is Zeta Talk for those of you trying to view Planet X through a welder’s lens and Zeta Talk about all the variables present when trying to see planet X including how  “those in the Northern Hemisphere are actually seeing Planet X at a distorted location! The degree of distortion increases the further north one lies”

 

http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/10jy2010.htm

For every valid capture of the Second Sun on a photo or video or SOHO image, there are several which are only lens reflections, ghosts, or lens flares. True captures, either on film or just a sighting, are rare. The Equator obviously has a stronger, brighter Sun, and this is a factor. Planet X is lost in the glare of the Sun, almost always. Using welder's lens is not the panacea assumed, as the normal welder's lens shields out the light from Planet X. There is a point where the lens can allow one to see Planet X but not burn the eye. Most often, the public buys the standard welder's lens and can see nothing. Then there is the issue of the angle by which sunlight bounces off the dust cloud shrouding Planet X or the Moon Swirls. When this angle creates a bounce, a reflection, the effect is dramatic - a Second Sun rising or setting or one or more brilliant Moon Swirl orbs near the Sun. But when this angle is missing, there is nothing, or at most a dim darkish fuzzy area where the sunlight is being returned to the Sun. Those who report these sights are breathless, and have often spent years looking. So you are not alone.

 

http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/01oc2011.htm

Those who have noticed the undeniable signs that a planetary body is in our inner solar system, between the Earth and Sun and creating an Earth wobble and a highly eccentric Moon orbit, are understandable anxious to have a personal sighting of this body for themselves. We are often asked for specifics on the exact spot to focus on, as then a camera with filters can have a target zone. Planet X is slightly to the right of the Earth if one were out in space, gazing in, as it is coming at the Earth in a retrograde orbit, pushing the Earth back in her orbit. This has been described as the 4 o'clock position, if one assumes the viewer to be standing with their head pointed north. But it's not that simple.

The first issue is the angle of the Ecliptic. This is a new concept for most, as other than the general location of the rising or setting Sun, or the Moon's path across the sky, and the thought that the Earth rotates west to east, it is not a concern. If one considers that humans on the surface are either standing upright at the N Pole, and upside down at the S Pole, and laying on their side along the Equator, then obviously the view changes depending upon locale. The 4 o'clock position moves. You must check planetarium software to determine where your Ecliptic is located for your time and place, and then determine the 4 o'clock position. Remember than for the Southern Hemisphere things will also be upside down.

The second issue is the Earth wobble, and the dance that Planet X and the Earth are in at present. The Earth wobble includes a lean as it forms a Figure 8 with its N Pole. This lean also skews your view of the Ecliptic, changing the angle. Then there is the bobbing about that the Earth is doing as it flips about trying to align with both the Sun and Planet X, magnetically. Earth leans her N Pole away from the hosing coming from Planet X, then suddenly flips into opposition leaning its N Pole toward Planet X instead. both Planets are on the move during this dance, increa

Comment by Frank Rosconi on October 24, 2011 at 11:54pm

Good afternoon Father David  Unreal that you view the Sun with welders mask .I do the same ,sometimes the Sun  so bright I put  on welders goggles too.Been doing this for since April every morning haven't seen any objects as of yet. I  live North of New York City.Father say a prayer for all the World we sure going to need it.

Comment by Ryan Giorgis on October 24, 2011 at 5:29pm

star wars like views, coming to a sunset near you.  just incredible, thankyou all!!

Comment by Kojima on October 24, 2011 at 5:20pm

Great picture! Thank you, Nancy/Zetas.

Comment by Shari-Lyn Wheeler on October 24, 2011 at 5:08pm

Wow what an awesome pic!!

Comment by Andrew Veresay on October 24, 2011 at 3:43pm

thank you Zetas and Nancy! 

Comment by Nancy Lieder on October 24, 2011 at 3:30pm


    There is a object near the sun in this video from Spencer Butte, Eugene, Oregon October 22, 2011 would this be a genuine capture of planet X or one of its moons or something else?
    http://youtu.be/4vpHp1bm9Qs
    http://youtu.be/luWiMkO3ycA
http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/eddieondrums/blog/2011/10/higher-...
[and from another]
http://poleshift.ning.com/photo/dsc-0039?xg_source=activity
Sunset at Spencer Butte, Eugene, Oregon October 22, 2011



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This is Venus looming. Venus would stands to the left of the Sun, along the Ecliptic as viewed from the Northern Hemisphere at sundown, all things being normal. But as it is squeezed in the cup with the Earth, in front of the approaching Planet X, it is out of place. Catching the Sun’s rays in a blooming effect, where the light rays bend TOWARD Venus from all sides and then continue on this bent path toward Earth, it creates a monster appearance. Since these are not light rays directly from Venus itself, but only light rays affected by the gravity pull of Venus, and since during sundown the light rays are distorting the Sun’s size in any case due to gravity bending over the Earth’s horizon, the appearance is varied.
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Comment by Andrew Veresay on October 24, 2011 at 1:13pm

Venus looming large?

i think the big clue about this is that the ''object'' has a shade on it, and the same says the poster of the video on Youtube:

"My first response was "LENS FLAIR", but please note, lens flair does not cast shadows or produce shadows. It appears that the large anomanly has a shadow and is in motion in relation to the SUN and the horizon."

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