Venus December’s Gift 2014

Venus returns to the Evening Sky December 2014

One of the most important parts of Vedic Astrology is to remember how ancient this system is, and since it has unbroken usage for over 5,000 years, it has documented that we see stronger effects in the world when planets are visible in the sky to the naked eye.

Enter Venus, the planet that changes its influence on us throughout the year.  Venus never strays too far from the Sun from our view remember because it is closer to the Sun in our solar system.  Venus does one of three things at any time in the year – it rises before the Sun or lingers after the Sunset or is lost in the bright light of the Sun.

Venus reappears in the evening sky in December 2014 after not being visible in the evening sky for 11 months.  It is incredibly bright (off the charts bright), appearing 10 times brighter than Sirius, the brightest star in our skies.  Venus will also be four times brighter than Jupiter.

By December 31, 2014, 30 minutes after sunset Venus and Mercury will be visible looking southwest, just above the horizon. Since Venus ruled the morning sky for most of 2014, 2015 will hold a different set of surprises related to Venus in the evening sky.

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Venus December’s Gift 2014

Venus returns to the Evening Sky December 2014

One of the most important parts of Vedic Astrology is to remember how ancient this system is, and since it has unbroken usage for over 5,000 years, it has documented that we see stronger effects in the world when planets are visible in the sky to the naked eye.

Enter Venus, the planet that changes its influence on us throughout the year.  Venus never strays too far from the Sun from our view remember because it is closer to the Sun in our solar system.  Venus does one of three things at any time in the year – it rises before the Sun or lingers after the Sunset or is lost in the bright light of the Sun.

Venus reappears in the evening sky in December 2014 after not being visible in the evening sky for 11 months.  It is incredibly bright (off the charts bright), appearing 10 times brighter than Sirius, the brightest star in our skies.  Venus will also be four times brighter than Jupiter.

By December 31, 2014, 30 minutes after sunset Venus and Mercury will be visible looking southwest, just above the horizon. Since Venus ruled the morning sky for most of 2014, 2015 will hold a different set of surprises related to Venus in the evening sky.

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Venus December’s Gift 2014

Venus returns to the Evening Sky December 2014

One of the most important parts of Vedic Astrology is to remember how ancient this system is, and since it has unbroken usage for over 5,000 years, it has documented that we see stronger effects in the world when planets are visible in the sky to the naked eye.

Enter Venus, the planet that changes its influence on us throughout the year.  Venus never strays too far from the Sun from our view remember because it is closer to the Sun in our solar system.  Venus does one of three things at any time in the year – it rises before the Sun or lingers after the Sunset or is lost in the bright light of the Sun.

Venus reappears in the evening sky in December 2014 after not being visible in the evening sky for 11 months.  It is incredibly bright (off the charts bright), appearing 10 times brighter than Sirius, the brightest star in our skies.  Venus will also be four times brighter than Jupiter.

By December 31, 2014, 30 minutes after sunset Venus and Mercury will be visible looking southwest, just above the horizon. Since Venus ruled the morning sky for most of 2014, 2015 will hold a different set of surprises related to Venus in the evening sky.

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