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  • Lisa Withrow

    bl-ossomed: symical: Mercury, Venus, and Saturn align with the Pyramids of Giza for the first time in 2,737 years on December 3, 2012 i’ve never reblogged anything so fast I miss Egypt so much

  • Flora VerDow Fisk

    Planetary alignment that took place Dec 3, 2012 was dead-on alignment with the Pyramids at Giza. Night Sky in Giza, Egypt on December 3, 2012, local time … one hour before sunrise compared with the Pyramids at Giza. Planets inline: Mercury / Venus / Saturn Image generated by Starry Night Pro. It only happens every2,737 years.

  • Tyler J Steele

    #GizaPyramids aligned with #Orion #Egypt #steelevisions #tjs

  • Katia Bellydance

    December 3rd, 2012 – Planets Align With Giza Pyramids For The 1st Time in 2,737 Years Planetary alignment that will take place Dec 3, 2012 is dead-on alignment with the Pyramids at Giza. Night Sky in Giza, Egypt on December 3, 2012, local time … one hour before sunrise compared with the Pyramids at Giza. ~  Planets inline: Mercury / Venus / Saturn Don’t Forget

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