by lokasiwisata.info With Venus retrograde and having just transited the Sun, its energy is still powerful and I wanted to share some other articles and viewpoints that may be of interest.
- In my own article on the 2012 Transit of Venus I wrote about the ancient archetype of Venus as the more powerful Innana and Ishtar. Beth Owls Daughter has offering even more details about the deeper layers of the Venus archetype. Innana was also associated with the planet Venus as Morning Star and Evening Star, but exhibited more of a transformative power than her later Greek and Roman counterpart Venus Aphrodite.
- connected the Transit of Venus with the recall election in Wisconsin that was supposed to unseat Governor Walker. The recall election failed, which just goes to show that you can’t always use an astrological event for political prediction. There are just too many factors involved. (More on that later.)
- quoted astrologers Susan Miller and Shelley Ackerman. Susan Miller said, ““The Mayans watched Venus obsessively, and had to have known that the end of their calendar would occur at the perfect time, in the same year as the transit of Venus,” Miller said, noting the Mayans were “terrified” of Venus. While it’s true that the Mayans were keen observers of Venus, to say they were terrified of Venus is rather ridiculous, in my opinion. Shelley’s predictions were more along the lines of technological breakthroughs because of the Gemini connection.
- Michael Erlewine writes for that under the Venus transit women will learn to better express the divine feminine and stop trying to behave like men. I will attempt to refrain from making personal judgments here!