Eclipses

Eclipses

Paying Attention: Signs & Wonders

Paying Attention: Signs & Wonders, article by Mike Baraby Mike Bara. As I look forward, I (like the Maya and the Hopi long before me) feel change in the air. We all want to know what will happen in 2012, and the truth is that what will happen is already happening. The number of unusual astronomical events taking place in the next couple of years (all of which were known by the Maya centuries ago)...

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Autumnal Equinox: Being Aware of Our Surroundings

Autumnal Equinox: Being Aware of Our Surroundingsby Jeffrey Brock. With the month of September upon us again, we tend to think of returning from summer vacations, the harvest season, and generally getting down to serious work again. It's interesting to note that the ancient people considered that this time — the Autumnal Equinox — to be more a time of repose, relaxation and realignment... 

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Eclipses & Their Meanings

By knowing the sign of the solar eclipse preceding your birth, you can identify the covenant you made with the universe in exchange for the privilege of having a body and being on the planet.

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Energies & Eclipses in July (part 2)

Solar and Lunar eclipses occur within two weeks of each other, which is the normal lunation cycle. Many astrologers love to study eclipses and their work has been published through the ages.

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