A post with this photo, first published on beforeitsnews August 19, 2012, came up on its Alternative News just a few days ago. I saw it there, didn’t post it here, but then my brother-in-law John sent it to me again today, The Day. So here you go!
What does it mean? I have absolutely no idea. But I love the fact that more and more people are bridging Above and Below in lots of different ways. At least we’re not all just looking down anymore! This photo apparently taken one hour before this morning’s sunrise at Giza.
BTW: Venus and Mercury circle between Earth and the Sun, and have short cycles. So from Earth’s point of view, they can’t get very far away from each other and they have frequent conjunctions. Plus, both of them, either separately or together, move past slowly moving Saturn at least once a year. But at that specific spot in the sky and with just that separation from each other? That apparently, is what is so unusual. . .