Sunday, 10 March 2013

VENUS = Lucifer = number 8




How did Venus became associated with Lucifer?

and how come on every woman's toilet in the world there is a symbol you call Lucifer?


Lucifer is Venus right! and Venus use to represent all pure and good, life giver infact! so since when did she becomes a he? since church said so! Church sacrificed Venus and set her as example of evil, but they still hide behind her skirt when they do something naughty, lmao, oh and btw church is funded by peiderastic Dorians. Look it up folks! :)



-The Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible points out that no evidence has been found of any Canaanite myth of a god being thrown from heaven, as in Isaiah 14:12. It concludes that the closest parallels with Isaiah's description of the king of Babylon as a fallen morning star cast down from heaven are to be found not in any lost Canaanite and other myths but in traditional ideas of the Jewish people themselves, echoed in the Biblical account of the fall of Adam and Eve, cast out of God's presence for wishing to be as God, and the picture in Psalm 82 of the "gods" and "sons of the Most High" destined to die and fall.[14] This Jewish tradition has echoes also in Jewish pseudepigrapha such as 2 Enoch and the Life of Adam and Eve


It is nothing less then attack on everything feminine, kind and gentle, a true life giver!

This is my gift to all women on their day! :)







all Venus and Lunar symbolism, both have crescent.




Catch her at while you can. She'll be brightest in mid-February, which is really when the "New Year" begins with the first New Moon of the old 13-month Lunar Calendar.

Bright Venus 

That brilliant object shining in the western sky after sunset? It's the planet Venus. Venus always is the third-brightest object in the sky (after the Sun and the Moon), but it's particularly noticeable now. 

Most of us don't really think of Venus as having a range of phases like the Moon, but it does, and it exhibits its greatest brilliancy at the full phase. 

Venus - as "the evening star" - will be at its brightest on December 6, when it will be near what astronomers call its greatest illuminated extent. This time of greatest brilliancy for Venus always occurs shortly before the planet passes between Earth and the Sun. 

Soon, Venus will emerge from the Sun's glare before dawn. In the coming months, it will be seen as "the morning star" from mid January until late October 2014. It will shine at its brilliant best in mid-February.

[Image: The Earth and Venus orbit the sun counterclockwise as seen to the north of the solar system plane. Venus reaches its greatest elongation in the evening sky about 72 days before inferior conjunction and its greatest elongation in the morning sky about 72 days after inferior conjunction. This world exhibits its greatest illuminated extent midway between a greatest elongation and inferior conjunction. Source: EarthSky.org.]

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