VENUS TRANSITS-What Exactly are they, and Why Should I Care?
A Venus Transit occurs when the planet Venus crosses the face of the sun. This happens approximately every 121.5 years, and at this point in the larger Venusian cycle, they are coming in pairs. In other words, Venus crosses the face of the sun once at the beginning of the transit period, then eight years later, crosses the face of the sun again. If you are curious to know more about this stellar phenomenon, there is a plethora of good information out there. A thorough examination of the true complexity of the relationship of Venus and our planet, and the intricate cosmic dance they do together is beyond the scope of this article. I just want to share my view of what the greater (unseen) purpose of these transits is about, especially how this one in particular relates to December 2012.
During the eight years of the transit, Venus will draw five 5-pointed stars in the heavens. It takes about 1.618 years for Venus to complete one of these stars, and five-pointed stars themselves incorporate the Universal ratio of 1.618, or Phi also known as the Golden Mean. Phi is the fundamental harmonic relationship in evolution throughout the cosmos and on all levels of creation. I’ll come back around to this in the next section when I talk about consciousness and Fibonacci.