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Monday, December 20, 2010

More Information on the Rarity of Having Solstice and Eclipse on Same Day.

Can't see the sky where I'm from.

Last time we had the Winter Solstice occur on same day as a Total Lunar Eclipse was 372 years ago, video from Yahoo:


The Total Lunar Eclipse occurred Dec. 21, 1628 1:12 to 2:47 UT

The Solstice occurred the same day at 16:05 UT

The opposition was last degree Sagittarius opposing last degree Gemini Moon.

The background energy from the Outer Planets looks pretty exciting. Events for 1638 from Wikipedia.

1st planned city in the U.S. The Finns start a Post Office. I love the Finns. Let's let the Finns rule the World.

Here's 1639 from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1639

Lots of founding of things. Reflects the Cardinal Signs stuff. Plus Jupiter-Neptune will dream and with Pluto will build.

Jupiter 25 Scorpio was in conjunction with Neptune 23 Scorpio and opposing Pluto 29 Taurus.

Saturn early Aquarius. Uranus 28 Libra.

I'm no doubt screwing up the details.

Here's a good article which explains everything: http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2010/1219/Lunar-Eclipse-First-to-coincide-with-Winter-Solstice-in-372-years

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