Venus Transit June 5th/6th - Surprise Resulted! (NEW ZetaTalk)

This coming week, at sunrise or sunset depending upon where you live, many in the Northern Hemisphere will be privy to a rare Venus transit. Compared to the last transit in 2004, the path across the Sun is expected to be higher. Since the lunar Eclipse had surprises, revealing the presence of Planet X and documenting the Earth wobble, what might be in store during the Venus transit?

Astronomers Seize Last Chance in Llifetime to see Alignment of Earth, Venus and the Sun
May 26, 2012

An alignment of Earth, Venus and the Sun that will not be seen for another 105 years. In a transit, Venus passes between Earth and the Sun, appearing through the telescope as a tiny black spot that, for some six and a half hours, crawls in a line over the fiery face of the Sun. On the evening of June 5, North America, Central America and the northern part of South America will get to see the start of the transit.

For those without their own cameras capable of reducing the Sun's glare (to protect the camera and your eyes), numerous webcams will be available!

CocaCola and NASA cam:

Australia 2012 cam:

Sky and Telescope has several cams embedded on one page, so you can take your pick!

Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter in the US west (Mountain Time) will broadcast video of the transit live starting at 2pm MST (one hour before the transit starts):

Astronomers Without Borders will broadcast a live webcast, hosted by president Mike Simmons:

The Exploratorium will show a live feed of the transit, with commentary every 30 minutes:

NASA TV will host a NASA Edge program covering the transit live from Mauna Kea, Hawaii:

The SLOOH Space Camera will broadcast the transit of Venus live from locations around the world, starting at 6p.m. (EDT):

Researchers from University of Barcelona's Department of Astronomy and Meteorology will broadcast the transit live from the Arctic Svalbard archipelago, the northernmost part of Norway:

The Kwasan Observatory will air the transit live from Japan:

The Appalachian State University will stream a live feed from one of its 11-inch Celestron telescopes:

The Bareket Observatory will broadcast the latter part of the transit live from Israel:

The Sky Watchers Association of North Bengal (SWAN) brings you a live feed of the hydrogen-alpha sun:">

The Planet Hunters (part of the Zooniverse citizen science project) will be broadcasting a live feed from their website:

Columbus State University's Coca-Cola Space Science Center will be broadcasting the transit in many different wavelengths using hydrogen-alpha, calcium-K-line, and white-light solar filters:

Comment by Nancy Lieder

OK, here's the evidence from 4 different cams round the world. The path was wrong ... Note Australia, Southern Hemisphere, is a reversed shot (they hand upside down there on the globe).


The vast majority of those watching the Venus transit thought all was normal.  But for astronomers and amateur astronomers, and those who were watching closely for signs that Nibiru was in the vicinity, the aberrant path taken by Venus was all too obvious. Astronomers already know the truth, as in their professions they have access to observatory equipment. They have been silenced, and told to belittle any amateur who questions the status quo. Thus there are a huge number of amateur astronomers who have noticed the Earth wobble and imaged the region around the Sun, seeing evidence of Planet X, who are hesitant to speak out because they do not have PROOF.

Now they have proof. The Earth wobble, with the Sun appearing in the wrong place, could be ascribed to bending light or an errant compass, and objects appearing in photos and videos can be ascribed to lens flares or smudges on the lens. But there can be no blaming amateur observers when several observatory webcams, many of them sponsored by NASA itself, all show the identical aberration. CLEARLY the path went in the wrong direction. Venus was of course pushed into position to look as expected, at the start. This was to calm the establishment who would otherwise have arranged for technical problems all around.

But as the transit approached the halfway mark, alarm mounted, and the observatory cams were told to confuse the issue. Some cams went offline, showing cheering crowds instead of the drama. Some observatory cams focused on Venus itself so closely that the path it was taking could not be determined. But such maneuvers could not be done on all cams without raising many questions. The SOHO view of the Sun, for instance, which did include the black dot of Venus, could not go offline or focus only on Venus. But it was clear that the establishment was attempting to distract the public from what was being shown – the aberrant path. What will be the outcome?

Amateurs will become emboldened, and not be dismissed. They will talk to others, and the rumors of a planetary body in the inner solar system will spread! The transits of Venus should be absolutely predictable down to the last inch and moment. Yet the official astronomical community has fallen silent! What this points to is a cover-up over the presence of the Planet X complex. If the cover-up plans to zoom an imaginary planet in from the Kuiper Belt to explain what the public is seeing in Red Filter photos, or to claim that the Sun has developed quad poles to explain the disturbed Earth magnetosphere and daily wobble, then they are TOO LATE.

The truth is out there! Venus is not a magnetic planet. It did not take this path because of some gravity influence beyond Neptune or a quad pole on the Sun. It took this path because something HUGE, a gravitational giant, was to the right of the Sun and in its orbit. That something is Planet X, announcing itself in no uncertain terms. This is the proof that amateur astronomers have been waiting for, the proof that explains all the signs that have been present since 2003. The pieces of the puzzle are falling into place. Fueled by anger over years of being belittled and dismissed, amateur astronomers will be a force that refuses to be silenced!



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Comment by Lynne Warbrooke on June 3, 2012 at 11:59pm

Waiting with bated breath for Wednesday here in NZ. We have the lunar eclipse tonight 5th June too. Not sure if that will highlight anything. Arrange for the whole school I work at to go and view the transit which will be fully visible in NZ and streamed live too. Will make sure I have my camera and report back Thank you Nancy. I have a feeling this will be an eye opener for many.



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