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    On Aug. 21, 2017, every square inch of the USA will experience a solar eclipse

    Post  Carol on Wed Aug 16, 2017 9:30 am


    WHY GO TO THE PATH OF TOTALITY? On Aug. 21, 2017, every square inch of the USA will experience a solar eclipse. In most places, the eclipse will be partial--that is, the Moon will cross the sun off-center leaving a crescent shaped portion of the solar disk exposed. Is it really worth the trip to the path of totality when you can stay home and see the partial eclipse? Pulitzer prize winner Annie Dillard, who witnessed both types of eclipses in 1979, compared them as follows:

    "A partial eclipse is very interesting. It bears almost no relation to a total eclipse. Seeing a partial eclipse bears the same relation to seeing a total eclipse as kissing a man does to marrying him, or as flying in an airplane does to falling out of an airplane."

    Indeed, during the minutes of totality, the whole world changes. Saying that day turns into night barely scratches the surface of it. The shadow of the Moon lances down to Earth from a quarter million miles away. On one end is you; on the other end is a million square miles of dusty lunar terrain. You're connected, and you can feel the cold.

    Darkness inside the path of totality has an alien quality. Because the shadow is only 70 miles wide, you can see daylight at the edges even while you stand in the dark core. This distant scattered light produces a slight reddish glow and unusual shadow effects. Many birds stop singing, daytime flower blossoms begin to close as if for the night, and bees return to their hives.

    "What you see in an eclipse is entirely different from what you know," says Dillard, whose brilliant essay "Total Eclipse" is a must-read for anyone deciding whether to stay home ... or have their minds blown.

    MAGNETIC UNREST: Today, Earth is expected to cross a fold in the heliospheric current sheet. Shortly thereafter, solar wind flowing from a hole in the sun's atmosphere will make contact with our planet's magnetic field. The combined effect of these two events could spark geomagnetic storms around the poles. NOAA forecasters say there is a 70% chance of G1-class magnetic storms on Aug. 17th subsiding to 55% on Aug. 18th.

    http://www.spaceweather.com


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    Re: On Aug. 21, 2017, every square inch of the USA will experience a solar eclipse

    Post  Carol on Wed Aug 16, 2017 2:29 pm


    Janice Dean: Solar eclipse 2017 is coming. It's time to get excited, America!
    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/08/16/janice-dean-solar-eclipse-2017-is-coming-its-time-to-get-excited-america.html

    February 26, 1979. I was 8-years-old and remember being both terrified and intrigued about something that was being talked about everywhere. From the schoolyard to the grocery store, on the front covers of newspapers, magazines and leading the coverage on TV.

    This wasn’t a storyline out of a science fiction movie or novel, this was real, and happening here on Earth. Millions of people were going to witness something that maybe happens a couple of times in our lifetime: A total solar eclipse. Our teachers were planning lessons about this incredible celestial event. Chalkboard diagrams, planetary mobiles and handmade viewing devices were being created out of shoe boxes. We were all being prepped for the event of the year.

    I remember a TV show in Canada on the day of the TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE where the intro was the theme from the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey." A meteorologist was talking about the weather and mentioned wind direction and whether or not our view would be obscured by cloud cover. They also had a rooster on set to see if after the eclipse happened would the rooster crow because he was confused that morning had come again? I can’t remember if the rooster XXXX-a-doodle-doo’d but I do remember hearing the phrase that scared the you-know- what out of me:

    “DON’T LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE SUN DURING A SOLAR ECLIPSE. ANYTIME. YOU WILL GO BLIND!”

    The advertising worked. I was terrified, but my curiosity was eclipsing my fear.

    The basic story behind the solar eclipse is simple: The moon as it orbits around the earth passes in front of the sun every now and then. When that happens, the sun’s light is temporarily blocked and the result is a solar eclipse. If the sun is completely covered, that is a total eclipse. Because the moon's orbit is tilted, this type of event only happens a few times a year, and most times the alignment is not exact, so many eclipses are just partial and only seen in remote areas across the world.

    Back in 1979, the central shadow of the moon passed through several U.S. states and a few Canadian provinces including Ontario, which is where I am from. We were going to be part of solar eclipse history! Thirty-eight years later, the Earth, sun and moon are aligning once again, but this time many more people will be experiencing this total solar eclipse. On August 21st the U.S will experience its first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 99 years.

    My 8-year-old self is still a little nervous. My 47-year-old self is incredibly excited.

    I’m going to be travelling to Greenville, South Carolina, to broadcast live for "Fox & Friends" the morning of the eclipse, Monday, August 21st. Greenville is one of the lucky cities along the path of totality.

    Everyone across the U.S. will at least see a partial eclipse, but those living along the “red line” will see a TOTAL ECLIPSE that could last up to 2 minutes and 40 seconds in some places. The one thing that could hinder this experience is cloud cover, so be prepared for the possible disappointment from your local meteorologist.

    The path of totality will be 60-70 miles wide and some of the biggest cities in the path include Nashville, Tennessee; Columbia and Charleston, South Carolina; Salem, Oregon; Casper, Wyoming; and Kansas City, Missouri.

    The eclipse will last the longest in Carbondale, Illinois.

    So, back to the safety of watching the solar eclipse – and the “YOU COULD GO BLIND” warning I have seared in my memory from when I was eight. Ophthalmologists are saying this is a big deal. In this event where hundreds of millions of people are going to be exposed, children are at the highest risk.

    Staring at the sun on a regular basis is an uncomfortable thing to do—but during an eclipse where the sun is almost covered, we’re more apt to try to look at the sun because it’s not as bright, and our protective reflexes like blinking and pupil contraction are less likely to kick in.

    Our eyes are like powerful magnifying glasses and if you stare at the sun, you focus all the energy of that light onto your retina – the light-sensitive tissue in the back of your eye. You won't feel it because the retina doesn’t have pain fibers, but the damage can happen in just a few seconds. There have been reports of people becoming legally blind in at least one eye after watching eclipses.

    Regular sunglasses will not help. There are special purpose solar filters like mylar that could decrease the amount of light into the eye, but you have to look for glasses that meet the ISO 12312-2 international standards.

    Be very careful ordering these online as Amazon has issued recalls to customers that may have not come from recommended manufacturers.

    An alternative for safe viewing is through a pinhole projector (I remember making one of these in school). With this method, sunlight streams through the small hole onto a makeshift screen such as a piece of paper on the ground. And because I not only love doing weather on TV, but also educating kids about weather and science with help from my "Freddy the Frogcaster" children's books, I’ve included some Freddy safety tips here for the eclipse (please see the picture below).

    So, prepare yourselves, earthlings for a TOTALLY awesome Great American Solar Eclipse Monday August 21st.

    I hope you’ll watch our coverage on "Fox & Friends" live from Greenville, South Carolina.

    I may even have a rooster with me to see if he crows after the event happens.

    Oh, and if the clouds roll in during the afternoon, and there’s a possibility they could “eclipse” the view, try not to get mad at your TV meteorologist (or the local frogcaster).

    It’s not our fault. And there’s always the next total solar eclipse. Mark it on your calendar: April 8, 2024.


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    Re: On Aug. 21, 2017, every square inch of the USA will experience a solar eclipse

    Post  Carol on Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:28 am

    PREDICTING THE ECLIPSE: During a total eclipse, one of the most mesmerizing sights is the sun's ghostly corona. Gossamer streamers of gas in the sun's outer atmosphere suddenly become visible when the disk of the Moon blocks the glaring body of the sun. NASA-supported researchers at Predictive Science Inc. have just issued a computer model showing how the corona should look to the human eye on Aug.21st, the date of the Great American Solar Eclipse:

    "The sun's outer atmosphere is not a featureless layer of gas," says Pete Riley, a solar physicist at the company. "It is sculpted into beautiful, dynamic shapes by the sun's magnetic field." Riley and colleagues including Zoran Mikic and Cooper Downs figured out how to calculate and predict those shapes.

    "Every day, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory measures magnetism at the surface of the sun," explains Mikic, who led the modeling effort. "We take the data and extrapolate it into the atmosphere using a computer running magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) codes."



    Magnetic fields in the sun's atmosphere, calculated by the Predictive Science MHD code

    The result is a physics-based prediction of what people and cameras could see within the path of totality. "We are eager to find out how well our model results match reality," says Riley. "Ultimately, this may yield new insight into the complex physical processes that heat the solar corona and accelerate the solar wind."

    Riley invites readers to return to their web site after the eclipse for a comparison of the predictions with actual observations. "Enjoy the eclipse!" he says.


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    Post  Carol on Thu Aug 17, 2017 1:14 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5V5HbRMOyo&feature=youtu.be
    DOC WATERMAN : HEALER RE SOLAR ECLIPSE & MORE


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    Post  Carol on Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:41 am


    Will YOU be able to see the eclipse? It's clear out West but South Carolina could be cloudy
    as hundreds of thousands flock to see astronomical event

    The August 21 solar eclipse will see the moon's passage block out the sun
    Early weather forecasts predict the West will have clear skies for the event
    States in the southeast could have the lunar sight blocked out by clouds and rain
    Parts of South Carolina should expect scattered thunderstorms

    The early eclipse weather forecast looks clear in the West and cloudy in the East with patchy clouds muddling up the picture in between. The spectacular viewing event will appear across skies on Monday, August 21, but some states have a better chance of seeing the rare sight. The forecast as of Friday shows Oregon and Idaho as the most promising spots to have clear sky views. However, South Carolina is the most likely to find the sun and moon blocked by clouds and potential rainfall.


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4803612/Eclipse-weather-forecast-Best-West-East.html#ixzz4qDDlL4pB


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    Re: On Aug. 21, 2017, every square inch of the USA will experience a solar eclipse

    Post  Swanny on Sat Aug 19, 2017 1:04 pm

    It's not really that much of a big deal. I remember the one we had here in England. I think it was in 2000.
    It gets darker, then goes really dark (just like night time) the birds stop chirping, then it starts to get light again Very Happy

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    Post  Carol on Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:03 pm

    We were thinking of others in the past as well Swanny. Exciting when we were younger.. not so much now.


    AS THE ECLIPSE NEARS, SOLAR ACTIVITY INCREASES: Only a few weeks ago, it seemed that the sun would be quiet and featureless when the Moon eclipsed it on Aug. 21st. Solar Minimum was in full swing. This weekend, however, the sun is welcoming the eclipse with a burst of renewed activity. "As the Moon approaches the sun, our nearest star is extending a friendly hand towards it," says Dave Eagle  who sends this picture from Higham Ferrers, England:

    "There is a huge prominence on the sun's eastern limb. If you are in the total eclipse path set your clock to greet this awesome spectacle on Monday," he says.

    And that's just for starters. In addition, a remarkably-long sunspot group is sprawling across the solar disk. AR2671 stretches 140,000 miles from end to end, almost twice as wide as the planet Jupiter. Bill Hrudey sends this picture of the behemoth from the Cayman Islands:



    Amateur astronomers watching the eclipse through safe solar telescopes will have no trouble seeing the rugged edge of the Moon cut across this impressive sunspot, eclipsing one dark core after another.  If we're really lucky, the sunspot will explode. AR2671 has a 'beta-gamma' magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class solar flares.

    http://spaceweathergallery.com/indiv_upload.php?upload_id=137727


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    Post  Carol on Sun Aug 20, 2017 11:12 am

    Dear God, if you want us to arrest and imprison Hillary,
    please give us a sign.   Like blotting out the sun.  
    Anytime in the next couple of days. Thanks,
    --Americans



    That really nailed it. lol!


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    Post  Carol on Sun Aug 20, 2017 3:56 pm

    The August 21, 2017 Eclipse – 33+ Fascinating Facts
    https://countdownreport.wordpress.com/2017/08/12/august-21-eclipse-33-facts/

    This eclipse even by the world’s standards is being set as “The Great American Eclipse” because of how unique it is. Yes, plenty of partial and solar eclipses happened in the past, but what makes this one different?

    1. MOST total eclipses falls over water or unpopulated areas of the planet, so an eclipse that is visible is rare in itself. The August 21 eclipse will be the first total solar eclipse whose path of totality stays completely in the United States since 1776 according the Space.com Total Solar Eclipse 2017 guide.

    What else happened in 1776? Oh, so a total solar eclipse that affects only the United States, a gentile nation, since the founding of it? Note taken.

    2. EVERYONE in the continental U.S. has the opportunity to at least a partial eclipse. This eclipse will be the most viewed ever.

    3. A solar eclipse is a lineup of the Sun, the Moon, and Earth and a solar eclipse happens only at a New Moon and solar eclipses don’t happen at every New Moon. More rare upon rare.

    4. First contact is in the state of Oregon, the 33rd state in the USA. The last contact is in South Carolina on the 33rd parallel. This eclipse happens on day 233 of the year. If the Revelation 12 sign is valid, then the eclipse is also 33 days before September 23, 2017. Jesus is thought to have been 33 when He died.

    5. Just for fun: It is 99 years (3 x 33) since the last eclipse to go coast-to-coast in the US, in 1918. From September 23, 2017 (Revelation 12 sign) to the end of the year, December 31, 2017 is 99 days (or 3 x 33). The number of days from the 1918 eclipse to the August 21 eclipse are 26,234 days. (2+6+2+3+4 = 17; 2017?). From August 12, 2017, the date of the Charlottesville Virginia “State of Emergency” declared to the August 21, 2017 Great Solar Eclipse is 9 days (3+3+3) and the dates are also mirrored – 12 and 21.

    33 has a special relation to earthquakes because the Richter Scale uses the number 33. Each whole number that goes higher on the scale is 33 times more intense than the whole number below it. (Keep this in mind for a special treat below!)

    6. First big city the eclipse hits in Oregon is Salem – Salem was named after Jerusalem. The eclipse also begins in Oregon exactly at sunset time in Jerusalem. So technically speaking, as the sun sets in American it will be setting in Jerusalem at the same time.

    7. The center line crosses through 12 primary states to receive total darkness. 12 disciples, 12 months in a year, the meaning of 12, which is considered a perfect number, is that it symbolizes God’s power and authority, as well as serving as a perfect governmental foundation. (Remember the 1776 thing?)

    8. The eclipse path is exactly 70 miles wide. 70 has a sacred meaning in the Bible that has two perfect numbers, 7 that represents perfection and 10 that represents completeness and God’s law. 70 also symbolizes perfect spiritual order and a period of judgment. 70 is also specially connected with Jerusalem with so many references it would take a book to write.

    9. When Jesus died, there was an eclipse? and a earthquake. “It was now about noon, and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon” – Luke 23:44-45 / “Now when the centurion, and they that were with him, watching Jesus, saw the earthquake, and those things that were done, they feared greatly, saying, Truly this was the Son of God.” – Matthew 27:54.

    10. Donald Trump was born on an eclipse.

    11. The path of the August 21, 2017 eclipse crosses every major earthquake fault line. (Remember that note above above 33 in the Richter scale?) On August 23, 2017 there is a FEMA exercise known as “EarthEX2017” scheduled that will simulate “catastrophes such as mega earthquakes, cyber terrorism or high altitude electromagnetic pulse attacks”

    Here is the eclipse path imposed on the USGS map of highest earthquake zones.

    12. Another eclipse comes in 2024, 7 years after the August 21, 2017 and marks an X over the United States. The combined time of totality of these eclipses together will be 7 minutes. The day of the eclipse is August 21, 2017 – (7 + 7 + 7 = 21). The exact point where the two eclipses cross is right next to Cedar Lake in Illinois… specifically right next to SALEM Road. (Salem again!)

    13. The region in southern where the X marks in Illinois is called “Little Egypt”. The exact point where the two paths cross is in the town of Makanda, which used to be called the “Star of Egypt”.

    14. The last time we had a full eclipse in 1918 – it was accompanied by pandemic and war. Flu crisis of 1918, millions died and the US was involved in World War 1. Now as we face the next eclipse, we have a Opioid crisis and World War 3?

    15. During the plagues of Egypt, the land was covered in darkness. Exodus 10:21-23 tells us, “Then the Lord said to Moses, “Lift your hand toward heaven, and the land of Egypt will be covered with a darkness so thick you can feel it.” So Moses lifted his hand to the sky, and a deep darkness covered the entire land of Egypt for three days.

    16. The sun is 400 times bigger, and just so happens to be 400 times farther away from the earth. The original form of the Hebrew letter Tav is like the English letter X or T – which is in the shape of a cross, or X– like the X that is made by the two solar eclipses on the cross paths over 7 years. The letter Tav means “a sign”.

    17. The path of the eclipse will be situated in such a way that every single state of the US will experience it, even Hawaii and Alaska.

    18. The totality will reach Oregon at 10:16 AM Pacific, and will end in South Carolina at 2:49 PM Eastern. That means it will take 1 hour and 33 minutes to cross the country. There is that 33 again.

    19. Eclipses never repeat in the exact same spot.

    20. Right before full totality of the eclipse, the last light glimpse from the sun will form a diamond ring in the sky. Marriage anyone?

    21. Based on past eclipses, people report feeling a profound sense of awe during and after a total solar eclipse and other “different” things.

    22. Only Earth can experience a total solar eclipse.

    23. Big difference between a partial eclipse and full eclipse. The sun’s light that makes the difference between a 99.9% partial and 100% total is significant. Only during a 100% eclipse is the solar corona visible. August 21, 2017 is a 100% experience.

    24. The August 21, 2017 eclipse also cuts through every major occult symbol in the United States like the Georgia Guidestones, St. Louis Gateway Arches, and the founding state of the masons to name a few.

    25. This eclipse will be the only known eclipse in history to have the longest and most uninterrupted track across a single land mass.

    26. A partial lunar eclipse took place on August 7, 2017, in the same eclipse season. It was visible over eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. From August 7, 2017 to August 21, 2017 was 14 days, an average division of 7.

    27. This solar eclipse is a part of Saros cycle 145 which contains 77 events. The series ends at member 77 as a partial eclipse on April 17, 3009.

    28. No matter what you feel about it, these things are documented to happen during an full eclipse: stars come out, the horizon glows with a 360-degree sunset, temperature drops significantly, and well, day turns into night obviously.

    29. Due to the mass “Exodus” of people that are expected to view this eclipse, a figure only accounted in the “millions” will be skipping work and school to view this event in the path of totality.

    30. While you may not be preparing for it, others are. This eclipse is causing states, cities, and townships to declare an official state of emergency due to likely accidents, large crowds, increase in violence, and occultist rituals to take place.

    31. The longest known total solar eclipse lasted about 7 minutes.

    32. The U.S. mainland has averaged about 7 total solar eclipses per century since 2000 B.C. So the rarity of the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse is not only considered a once in a lifetime event, it will be a once in about 7 lifetimes event.

    33. And while more than 33 facts have been crammed in this post, let us end on this last one:

    The eclipse is also exactly 40 days from Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur means “Day of Atonement” and is a time of repentance. While the eclipse day itself may come and go with everything remaining “normal” afterwards, we need to be focused on what could be coming soon after.

    Is the US being warned to repent? 40 days were given in the Sign of Jonah, when the eclipse overtook Nineveh. But then again, bad things were starting to happen just prior to the eclipse over Nineveh too. Be ready now and at all times, repent and draw close to the Father.

    For more on this eclipse and how it relates to your future, viewing the following videos are highly recommended! There is so much more than these 33 facts (well, more


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    Re: On Aug. 21, 2017, every square inch of the USA will experience a solar eclipse

    Post  Swanny on Mon Aug 21, 2017 11:52 am

    Did America survive?? Lolerz
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    Post  Carol on Mon Aug 21, 2017 11:57 am

    No. It's beyond recognition of what it was back in the 50s & 60s. The LSD consciousness revolution crashed and burned.


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    Post  Carol on Mon Aug 21, 2017 12:42 pm

    This is interesting presentation:

    The big moment has arrived… Ever since the Full Moon Eclipse on August 7, the forces of light and dark have intensified.
    Notice how the intense energy amplifies everyone’s true nature.

    In just a few days on August 21 (7:30 pm London, 2:30 pm NY, 11:30 am Pacific) the epic climax of our current eclipse season will unfold, as the “Great American Eclipse” diagonally crosses the United States.

    THE NUMBERS’ CODE SIGNIFIES AN ENDING OF AN EPOCH:
    The last time an eclipse crossed the U.S. was in 1918.
    That is 99 years ago – 99 adds up to 18.

    August, 2017 is an 18 Universal Month
    Thus a powerful 18-18-18 and 9-9-9 code is triggered by the Leo Solar Eclipse.

    WHAT DO 18 AND 9 MEAN FOR YOU?
    18 and 9 themes are endings, culminations, purging old stagnant energy, letting go of people and plans that are no longer congruent with you. Seeing the false from the true – and choosing to walk the positive, uplifting and spiritually fulfilling path.

    You are clearing baggage and making room for the miracles on the other side.

    Solar Eclipses are Big NEW MOONS – establishing major New Beginnings so they plant new seeds, start a new chapter, inspire new directions and new ideas.

    After this epic solar eclipse your internal and external worlds will be totally re-aligned to a new frequency – and you could be stunned at the developments unfolding right now.

    Leo is RULED by the SUN, and the Sun is being eclipsed.

    You are stepping into the Light of the Sun.

    You ARE Light, and you will deeply internalize that YOU are a LIGHT-BEING.
    During this Leo New Moon total Eclipse EVERY planet is triggered. At this time you will see very quickly and clearly who is in integrity – and who is not.
    NO stone will be left un-turned.
    During any eclipse the light DARKENS. So things are not as clear, and you’re also more emotional – and fired up! So it’s best to WAIT until we are through the Eclipse storm to be totally grounded and balanced enough to SEE clearly.
    You can reach profound conclusions now, but leave the big decisions until after Mercury stations direct on September 5.
    So much to share about the LIFE-CHANGING shift happening now.
    Be sure to watch the eclipse forecast for all the details!

    Much Love and Blessings,
    Tania Gabrielle


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    Post  Carol on Mon Aug 21, 2017 3:12 pm


    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4802884/Stunning-footage-shows-solar-eclipse-space.html


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    Re: On Aug. 21, 2017, every square inch of the USA will experience a solar eclipse

    Post  Swanny on Tue Aug 22, 2017 3:52 am

    It was kind of them not to chemtrail the skies for the day Cool
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    Re: On Aug. 21, 2017, every square inch of the USA will experience a solar eclipse

    Post  Carol on Sat Sep 02, 2017 8:45 pm

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    It has been a very intense week since the ground-breaking Leo Solar Eclipse occurred on August 21st…unleashing a tsunami of energy into the collective. In the Pacific NW there are almost 1000 fires burning uncontrollably, while along the US coast powerful hurricanes flood cities and oil refineries. Extreme weather is battering status quo, revealing a collapsing infrastructure.

    Those on the Ascension path knew this time would come - when the outdated, corrupt system would no longer be sustainable. We knew the transition could be rocky, as the old collapses to make room for the New Earth. We are the stabilizers, the gridworkers, the gatekeepers…the Family of Light! Our time has arrived!

    Take care of yourself first, get grounded and hold steady. Then send your Light to where it is needed most. The Eclipse is still altering the electromagnetic field in ways we’re only beginning to understand. The extreme polarity we see running the chaos field is on its last leg. The Eclipse effect is weakening the ‘push/pull’ disruption of opposing polarized forces.

    Your EMF is being rewired to exist on less polarity and more unity. The incoming plasma Light is reordering the electrical wiring in the biofield to run on higher frequencies. Your human container of Light is being expanded to embody more Soul presence. The transformation is underway.

    The Eclipse is not done yet! On Sunday, September 3rd we will see Mercury conjunct Mars in the Eclipse degree – 28 º of Leo 44 arc minutes. Expect more fireworks! Then, on Tuesday, September 5th Mercury will turn direct at 28 º of Leo 25 arc minutes. This direct contact to Eclipse degree creates an amplification moment that will continue to ripple into the collective. You can read Eric Francis’s detailed account of these extraordinary astrological events here: http://planetwaves.net/astrologynews/1180412687.html

    As we continue to integrate the powerful Eclipse upgrades, we are also preparing for September’s extraordinary ‘super portal’ Equinox Stargate, which marks another significant shift in the planetary field of consciousness. The Sun will move into 0º Libra the day of the Equinox - Friday, September 22nd. Libra is the sign of ‘balanced scales’, emphasizing more harmony and balancing the polarities of masculine/feminine, yin/yang, light and dark.

    After all the challenging Eclipse energies, we will be ready for some balancing. We will be broadcasting the New Earth Central show on Wednesday, September 6th to assist with integrating Eclipse upgrades. Take care of yourself and loved ones as we prepare for the Equinox Stargate on September 22nd.


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