In 2 second differences we will have lunar perigee and full moon or alignment of Sun-Earth-Moon in closest approach of moon to Earth in 2012 at distance of 356953 km .. Strongest activity period expected in this year, from 10 April to 12 June ..Perigee
May 6 3:34 356953 km ++ F- 0h ..
May 6 3:36
Alignment of Earth-Sun-Jupiter at 14 May..Venus transit at June 6
The Venus Transits 2011-2012
When Venus lies directly in front of the Sun and in line with Earth, the resonances of Venus are highly focused (emblazoned) upon the Earth--inspiring a new level of "intuitive awareness" to permeate Earth and spread in and through human consciousness. This specific transit pair (2004-2012), because it coincides with the Holy Cross, strongly supports the reintegration and emergence of the Divine Feminine principle in our world--which desperately awaits the guidance and balance of the Goddess. The Venus Synodic Cycle becomes extra significant when a Venus Transit occurs.
Transits of Venus are the rare astronomical phenomena and currently occur in a pattern that repeats every 243 years, with pairs of transits eight years apart separated by long gaps of 121.5 years and 105.5 years. Before 2004, the last pair of transits of Venus were in December 1874 and December 1882. So nine months after Venus transited the sun, a direct conjunction of course, Krakatoa explodes and three months later so does Mt Augustine.
The first of a pair of transits of Venus this century took place on June 8, 2004, six months later on December 26th 2004 and the Sumatran undersea quake took place followed by a tsunami killing 230,000 people. Seven months later, in July 2005, St Augustine began its current eruption. The next in this pair of transits will be on June 6, 2012, it's that year again, any bets that St Augustine is preparing to stage a rerun of 1883? And is Mt Merapi on Java about to become the next Krakatoa?
"There was similar catastrophe on 8/26/1883, what happened Less than 9 months after Venus transit from 12.6.1882, when Krakatoa volcano erupted, accompanied with earthquakes, tsunami killing 10000 people died.
There is no evidence that any of these cultures knew of the transits. Venus was important to ancient American civilizations, in particular for the Maya, who called it Noh Ek, "the Great Star" or Xux Ek, "the Wasp Star"; they embodied Venus in the form of the god Kukulkán (also known as or related to Gukumatz and Quetzalcoatl in other parts of Mexico)
"The 2012 transit will cause the pacific plate to rock. Huge earthquake activity"
Mayan prophecy states that the renewed world of a new consciousness will be born on the occasion of the Venus passage across the Sun
Another important calendar for the Maya was the Venus cycle. The Maya kings had skilled astronomers who could calculate the Venus cycle with great accuracy. There are six pages in the Postclassic Dresden Codex devoted to the accurate calculation of the heliacal rising of Venus. The Maya were able to achieve such accuracy by careful observation over many years. Venus was often referred to as both "The Morning Star" and "The Evening Star" because of its visibility during both times. This makes Venus unique. There are various theories as to why the Venus cycle was especially important for the Maya. Across Mesoamerica, Venus was often depicted as "defeating" the Sun and the Moon, perhaps because of its persistent visibility after transitions from day-into-night (and vice-versa). Most scholars agree that Venus was associated with war and that the Maya used it to divine good times (called electional astrology) for their coronations and wars. Maya rulers planned for wars to begin when Venus rose.
It was during this transit that Cortez invaded and conquered Mexico. The Aztec priests predicted this period would be fraught with danger and this is why Montezuma failed to meet the challenge the Conquistadors posed.
Venus cycle http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_calendar#Venus_cycle
Venus Transit 2012 (2012 Codex) http://2012codex.com/venus_2012.html
The Venus Transits June 6, 2012 http://www.lunarplanner.com/HCpages/Venus.html