See You On the Dark Side of the Moon - 2017 Solar Eclipse

Posted August 30, 2017

This rare astronomical event garnered plenty of attention, capturing the imaginations of people from all around the globe.

I have said this before and I say it again that even though evolution forced us apart over thousands of years, the spirituality of the American Indigenous people and the people of ancient India are similar in many ways. Throughout all stages of human history, major events (like 9/11) have been marked by a spike or increase in solar activity. When I brought the images into Lightroom I didn't have to do too much editing.

Do these events affect human consciousness?

And for many Canadians, the view will be a whole lot more dramatic than it was on Monday.

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Luckily, I was able to find normally priced accommodations in a nearby town called Huntingsburg. Most of the mass collected in the center, forming the sun, while the rest flattened into a disk with included planets, moons, asteroids, and other small Solar System bodies.

It's also important to mention the fact that an worldwide cooperative effort to help activate the heart of humanity and facilitate a shift in global consciousness is underway, thanks to the work of scientists over at the HeartMath Institute. "It's a great occasion to learn about the sun and astronomy".

Graphic showing the solar eclipses that will take place around the world between 2018 and 2040.

The birth of a child during the eclipsed period is a different issue; no one can control a birth. In fact, several people gathered at the Eclipse Watching Party (sponsored jointly by the Monticello Chamber of Commerce and the Monticello Milling Company) across the street from the First Baptist Church expressed surprise that so much of the sun could be covered (all but a tiny sliver at the bottom) while the day could still remain so bright. If and how an eclipse affects an individual is a specific and detailed calculation and is in itself a vast subject. This debris came together forming our moon which orbits in the Earth's gradational force and reflects back to us on Earth the light of the sun. He went on to explain, in depth, why there isn't an eclipse during each new moon.

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Definitely some interesting things to think on.

Julianne Sweeney could not contain her excitement as sheer peered at Monday's solar eclipse through one of the telescopes outside the Integrated Science Center at SUNY Geneseo.

Millions of people planned their vacations around the eclipse or traveled one way or another to the Path of totality to see the moon pass in front of the sun. The next total solar eclipse is expected to place in 2024, but it will only be visible on the East Coast. Monday's eclipse was the first total solar eclipse seen in the U.S.in 26 years and the first seen in the contiguous U.S.in 38 years. These orbital planes cross each other resulting in at least two and up to five solar eclipses each year with no more than two which can be total eclipses.

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