Happy June, everyone. After talking with Guides — and a CAT who just had a session with Lisa Gawlas — it seems we have some new work to do, though individually this time.
It’s been suggested that everyone go into meditation each day this week (at least once)… and
claw “CLIMB the rainbow steps” — every day. We each have a rainbow at our feet, at the moment. The 5th of June marks the end of that rainbow. So, get clawing climbing. What happens after that? No idea.
FYI, the rainbow frequency order is ROYGBIV: Red — Orange — Yellow — Green — Blue — Indigo — Violet. Each color has a different (higher) frequency; red at bottom, violet at top.
All white light has this color spectrum in it — and it’s tiny. The visible spectrum for (most) humans is miniscule, thus:
Anyway, we worked on the macro with the group meditations; it’s time for the micro.
Time to calm down and start moving UP!
So, everyone seems to have a different experience with this one. Some CATs had a rainbow set of colors inside EACH rainbow color, while others jumped to the top. All CATs reported “winking” out of sounds in the middle and at the end of each meditation, which are little individual jump-adjustments. Also reports of abdominal heating after the meditation. Interesting.
Remember, this meditation is to be done every day this week, and more if you have time.
Hm. Is this part of the Divine Timing? No idea of exact time; let’s call it midnight UTC.
Venus will be centered slightly above the sun 6/3/20 AT 17:37 UTC.
This from the Inner Planets feed:
Venus will pass very close to the Sun in the sky as its orbit carries it between the Sun and Earth.
This occurs once in every synodic cycle of the planet (584 days), and marks the end of Venus’s apparition in the evening sky and its transition to become a morning object over the next few weeks.
At closest approach, Venus will appear at a separation of only 0°29′ from the Sun, making it totally unobservable for several weeks while it is lost in the Sun’s glare.
Venus will also pass perigee – the time when it is closest to the Earth – at around the same time, since it will lie on exactly the same side of the Sun as the Earth in the Solar System. It will move to within a distance of 0.29 AU from the Earth, making it appear with its largest angular size. If it could be observed, it would measure 57.8 arcsec in diameter, whilst appearing completely un-illuminated.
The exact position of Venus at the moment it passes solar conjunction will be:
Object Right Ascension Declination Constellation Angular Size
Venus 04h47m20s +22°52′ Taurus 57.8″
Sun 04h47m +22°23′ Taurus 31’31”