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Originally posted by -NewSense-
reply to post by zorgon
Well I'm guessin it would be the obvious. Because it's closer than it's ever been. As we further progress into alignment.
Now it seems to have disappeared again. Any ideas what either of them were?
Originally posted by watchtheashes
This is not Sirius because Sirius does not change color,
Originally posted by watchtheashesWhen all of this comes to pass I hope you think about your life in a different light and accept Jesus Christ as your Savior.
Venus is often considered the Morning Star or the Evening Star, depending on which time of day it is up and dominating the darkness. For example, through the fall and winter of 2008-2009, Venus will be the most notable object in the evening sky in the west/southwest after sunset. It shines at a stunning -4 magnitude. The only natural objects in the night sky that are brighter than Venus are the Sun and the Moon (Satellites can briefly flare brighter than Venus).
Because Venus is close to Earth, it does not twinkle, as a star does. Its bright white light will hold steady, while if you compare stars in the vicinity, they "twinkle" or seem to waver and even change color.
You seem like a very lost person searching for something/someone you'll never find. I truly hope you find your path someday. You must realize we live in a vast and amazing universe where so much is possible. I'm not here to change anyones beliefs, but I'm pretty sure that these astounding happenings are not the work of some magic man in the clouds or some fiery demon in a lake of fire. Do not mistake mythology for fact.