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On Venus, "The tip of its flame crossed the land from the sky…No one at all can approach her"
Egyptian coffin texts
With Venus we see two personalities, the beautiful new comet with feathery electric plasma discharging, sometimes shaped like a triangle, a cross, or a spoked wheel. But during the violent times of the approach of Sol, Venus ramped up and discharged wildly all over the sky, looking like a dragon or a snake flailing in the sky, onto Saturn, onto Earth, and onto Mars. It left its position in the polar axis, meandering and eventually breaking down the Saturnian solar system. Venus (Eve) practically and completely engulfs Mars with white hot flames, and according to Aztec myths, she looks like a feathered serpent with the head of Mars in its jaws. In Genesis, Eve takes a bite out of a red apple, guided by a snake, but Venus is both the snake and Eve . Consider, Venus is taking a bite out of Mars, the red planet. Red apple, red planet. Venus' wild oscillations caused the breakup of the solar system, the planets leave the garden of Saturn, they wander off into their new orbits around the new Sun. Eden is finished, the catastrophes, floods, violent winds, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions are the new norm. Also, the Earth froze when Saturn left and Sol had yet to setup close to the Earth. But, the human race survived and remembered the tragedies this caused. In tales, legends, monuments, and temples, we paid homage to the Saturnian solar system, we paid tribute to our time in Eden. And our blackest nightmares come from the days when the Earth switched from one Sun to another Sun. You can't make this stuff up.
Thank you for reading this,
May your days be peaceful and happy, but we can never get back to the garden, ever. No Way
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