The apparent orbit of the earth around the sun is the called ecliptic. Total eclipses of the sun or moon are only possibly when the moon in on the same plane as the earth’s position there and thus called an “eclipse.” This does not happen often, about twice a year, because the orbit of the moon is inclined at an angle of 5 degrees off to the earth. . Where the two intersect is called
Our header picture is of Bill and Diana Roche, a casualty of the Blood Eclipse. But it may have been a rough week for many, with the after effects of the Blood Eclipse, highlighting many a fatality. Even deaths that were expected from old age or illness, are always a shock to the system — we tend to underestimate the impact beforehand and that we did with Diana who had been ill for the past
The longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century will occur in just a few weeks, on the evening of July 27. The bad news? Not visible from North America but completely visible in Eastern Africa and Central Asia from 3:30 p.m. to 5:13 p.m. EDT. Our header picture is from Madagascar one of the few places that will not be cloudy for viewing.
The January 31, 2018 eclipse is at 8:07 AM in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This is part of the Saros series 124. There are 147 eclipses in this series taking place from March 6, 1049, to October 31, 2468. We list the most recent eclipses in this series below in month, and not year order. You can download the chart for the 807am baton rouge eclipse This eclipse will be visible in the following places
This eclipse on February 15th, ends the six month run of the Big American Eclipse on August 21st. It is a rimless bowl, as it is too wide for a bundle — that span should not exceed 130º from Uranus at 26 Aries to Scorpio 23. It is rimless because there is no opposition at the edges. This rimless bowl works like a bucket (but it isn’t) because it has an Uranian singleton in the
Landscheidt’s Overcooling While Veep Albert Gore is ballyhooing Global Warming, meteorologist cum astrologer Theodor Landscheidt’s research pointed to a cooling weather patterns after 2000. Fellow astrologer Michael Erlewine was so convinced of Herr Lanscheidt’s argument that he dedicated his book on “Sun Storms, Solar Flares” to him.
Will there be War? The question is rather redundant because America has been on a more or less continuous ‘war footing’, either in active military engagement or preparing for action, since July 1776 . See this article on Wikipedia The Rise of the Military Industrial Complex President Eisenhower in his Presidential farewell speech in January 1961 famously warned against the growing influence of the ‘military-industrial complex’. Edward Teller, the man who invented the H-bomb, met