Motion of Planets
The planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Jupiter share the portals 1-6 with the Sun and the Moon in the fourth heaven. Saturn is in a separate portal which is in the fifth heaven.
“..for those luminaries truly render service on the world−stations, one in the first portal, one in the third portal of the heaven, one in the fourth portal, and one in the sixth portal, and the exactness of the year is accomplished through its separate three hundred and sixty−four stations.” The Book Of Enoch 75 : 2-3
Mercury is in the first and lowest portal; Venus is in the third; Mars in the fourth; and Jupiter is in the sixth portal. The portals are gateways connecting our domain with sub-domains, or “chambers”, which are situated above the stars. Similarly to Sun and Moon, planets are constantly shifting between North and South in a specific mathematical order. We know this order from the heliocentric model, with the Sun being the center orbited by planets.
Planets rise in the East, traverse the heaven in a straight line and set in the West. Planets do not shift between the portals as Sun and Moon do - Mercury is always in the first portal; Mars is always in the fourth; and Jupiter is always in the sixth. There is another difference between the orbits of planets and that of the Sun - the Sun moves at a constant speed all year round. The orbits of planets, on the other hand, include intervals of acceleration and deceleration. That is, in some months planets accelerate; in others, they slow down and fall behind the Sun. Venus and Mercury are known be the first two planets in the heliocentric layout, and in some months they step between the Earth and the Sun. This is mainly because they have the most frequent intervals of acceleration and deceleration. Each time they decelerate, they are being overtaken by the Sun, and thereby step in front of the Sun.
Picture above shows the position of Jupiter, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn, and the Sun for November the 30th , 2009. It also shows their corresponding light bodies aligning along the Foundations of Heaven. Every celestial body and every star that is south of the equator forms a “light-wave” along the southern Foundation of Heaven and thus appears to be rotating clockwise (when seen from below); every celestial body that is over the North forms a “light-wave” along the northern foundation and appears to be rotating counter-clockwise. Reminder: The light body consists of a fine, geometric, non-physical structure which resonates to certain frequencies. Such frequencies are radiated by the Foundations of Heaven, and by the foundations of the Earth below. This is why Sun, Moon, planets, and stars appear to be rising, setting, and circling - because their light body is drawn downwards, and at the same time sideways, towards the Foundations of Heaven.
The picture above shows the planetary alignment from May 17th , 2000. In this case, all five planets and the Sun appear to be rotating counter-clockwise as their light bodies are deflected to the northern foundation.
Just like Sun and Moon, planets are carried by celestial chariots, yet we cannot see the celestial chariots from Earth since they consist of the element Light, and in our realm called Earth, the two domains, Light and Darkness, are divided, meaning there is no physical or visual interaction between Light and Darkness on Earth. This is why we are not able to the celestial chariots carrying the luminaries, we see the luminaries alone.