Notes on Crop Circles and the Solar Eclipse


The Great American Eclipse will carve a path of totality – darkness – across the North of the Americas on 21 August 2017. This eclipse has been signified in many crop circles and in this note, we look to some other crop circles. The time of Ascension and the higher dimensions is now, and the crop circles portend a wave of uplifting energies coming. There is light at the end of the tunnel.

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Notes on a Solar Eclipse – August 2017

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The August 2017 solar eclipse follows the partial lunar eclipse of two weeks earlier. This eclipse occurs during turbulent times for the planets. The month of August has many planetary changes in addition to effects from this particular eclipse.
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Looking at Climate Change – 2nd House


The second house is readily known as a house of wealth. It is also a house of skill acquisition, where we learn the skills to earn our daily keep. In the matter of climate change, wealth has a larger meaning beyond any specific source of income for climate change affects the entire planet. In this instance, we presume a Cancer lagna and look to Leo as 2nd House with Mercury conjunct Rahu. What opportunities exist for sources of wealth in the renewables sector with these planets in the 2nd House?
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Partial Lunar Eclipse of August 7/8, 2017 – Gayatri Jayanti


On August 7, 2017, (or August 8, depending where you reside) … two weeks before the Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017, … we will have a partial lunar eclipse. This will be seen in parts of Asia, Australia and New Zealand, and the Pacific Ocean. We take Uluru as the heart chakra of our planet, and give times and understanding of this eclipse from this location. The day of eclipse is also Gayatri Jayanti, celebration of the birth of Gayatri Ma.

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Hayagreeva Jayanti 2017

Hayagreeva Jayanti occurs on Shravana Purnima. During year 2017 this event will occur on August 7th. Hayagreeva is one of the minor incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Those who seek to dig deeper will find that Hayagreeva is also associated with the Golden Age and the fostering of the Vedas, veda poshana. There is much deeper meaning and purpose to Hayagreeva; for this Kali Yuga, let it be known that Hayagreeva, when propitiated, gives very pure knowledge. He is favourite of students and those who must learn and concentrate for deeper understanding to emerge.

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Looking at Climate Change

There are many elements to climate change – there is global warming, desertification, deforestation, air pollution, rising sea levels and extreme weather to name a few. Astrology marks out a path through life, and the planets radiate magnetism and light energy from the kalapurusha, the Lord of Time and Space. There is little denial nor argument that there is a problem with our planet, and action has to taken to heal the Earth. For where would we be without the Earth our Mother?
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Ashta Lakshmi

Deep Puja, also known as Deepa Pooja, is observed on the Amavasi (No moon) day in Ashada month in Maharashtra and in some parts of Telengana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The important lamps used for pujas are arranged in the Puja room and special pujas are offered. Devout Hindus believe that the worship of Diya will usher in knowledge and will help in seeking the blessings of Ashta Lakshmi. In Hinduism, Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and fortune, is worshipped in eight forms – Ashta Lakshmi. The eight forms of the Goddess Lakshmi vary from region to region. The most popular widely accepted forms are those found in the Shri Ashtalakshmi Stotram. On this day of Ravi Pushya Nakshatra Yoga we take advantage to commence a new project devoted to climate change.

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NASA uses Moon’s Umbra to map the path of the August 2017 Eclipse

The total solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 will cross the continental United States beginning in Oregon and ending in South Carolina. The last time a total solar eclipse spanned the United States was in 1918, when the path of totality entered through the southwest corner of Washington and passed over Denver, Colorado, Jackson, Mississippi, and Orlando, Florida before exiting the country at the Atlantic coast of Florida.
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