Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Eclipses by James Kelleher
December 31, 2009
Lunar Eclipse7:22 PM UT
16 Degrees Gemini
Ardra Nakshatra (Editor's Note: Ardra's deity is Rudra, the lord of the storm and the god of destruction.)

Do you realize that in ancient times, astrologers were beheaded for not alerting the emperors in advance about eclipses? Eclipses were taken as negative omens. It's true, they're not the greatest days for important new beginnings or advancing one's material affairs. On the other hand, there is really no need to make them into dreaded events. In fact, eclipses are wonderful for introspection, meditation, cleaning house, letting go of old baggage, quiet time or any other spiritual pursuit. The idea of paying attention to eclipses, or any astrological event for that matter, is simply to harmonize your action with the astrological weather. Read Entire Article

"Blue Moon" to Shine on New Year's Eve
by Andrew Fazekas
For the first time in almost 20 years, a bright "blue moon" will grace New Year's Eve celebrations worldwide. If the skies are clear, revelers looking up at midnight will get an eyeful of the second full moon of the month—commonly called a blue moon. The last time a blue moon appeared on New Year's Eve was in 1990, and it won't happen again until 2028. Read Entire Article