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ZetaTalk: Converging Signs
written Aug 6, 2004

For those looking for signs, we would point to the convergence of signs, all recognizable by mankind. The known orbits of Venus and Earth appearing in a crop circle, the visible span of the Moon Swirls as they fan behind Planet X in its retrograde orbit, and observations and photos of Venus, looming. Where Venus was deliberately Moved by ourselves past the Sun for the anticipated June 8 transit, so as not to set off undue panic and give an excuse for the cover-up to continue, it is not truly moving along on its way as anticipated. It had stalled in its orbit, as has Earth, because of the presence of Planet X standing before it, and despite the shuffle in position, this road block still exists.

Sign1: Venus, too large in the morning sky, too bright, too close to Earth despite the dictates that force the planets into their respective orbits.

Planet X is rounding the S. Pole of the Sun and rising to the Ecliptic, a slow crawl past the Sun while intense conflicting gravity particle flows play out, the pull into the Sun repulsed by outbursts from the Sun.

Sign 2: The orbit of Venus is approximately 2/3 of the distance from the Sun of Earth's orbit. What does the Ashgrove diagram show us? If the first ring represents the orbit of Venus, positioned outside of the diagram to fix the Ecliptic position for the viewer, then Earth rides the next ring, another 1/3 out from the center of the Sun.

Sign 3: The location below the Ecliptic can be surmised in Coventry, on July 4, moving toward the approximate 7° shown in Ashgrove on July 27, 2004.

Ashgrove, Canada : July 27, 2004
Castellfollit del Boix : July 3, 2004

Coventry : July 4, 2004

And what of the 120° span from the location of the Planet X corpus to its Moon Swirls, dragging behind it?

Sign 4: As we explained, the Dance of the Moons fans behind Planet X, but does not wrap round before it, and as recent crop circles such as Castellfolit del Boix have clearly presented, this 120° span is the width to be expected and most often appearing in photos.