For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit.(2 Peter 1:21) English Standard Version
Any time that someone uses the transit of Venus as proof of heliocentricity they’re demonstrating that their knowledge of the subject matter is at or below a superficial level.
The phenomenon is observed from the Earth so it is inherently and empirically Geocentrospheric. It isn’t proof of heliocentricity. It’s exactly the same in the heliocentric or Geocentrospheric systems, because Venus orbits the sun in both.
This neatly solves a major problem in the heliocentric model: why do elliptical planetary orbits only have one focus while they should have two according to Kepler’s laws?
In the Geocentrospheric model elliptical planetary orbits have 2 foci, the earth is f1, the sun is f2.
Heliocentricity can’t do this.
This brings us to a fascinating line of investigation. It would appear that either Kepler didn’t understand his own laws or he had an agenda of some kind. Possibly he was trying to be clever, or strategic, trying to ease Christianity into a new era of scientific discovery in which it looked hopelessly outdated. However, according to his own testimony he was Christian, in which case he may have been carried along by the Holy spirit by the LORD who up a strong delusion as a plausible alternative to the truth.