When the Stars Align: May 20th annular eclipse

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JUST HAD TO SHARE!! – found out about this amazing celestial event that is about to occur tomorrow (May 20th) – “thanks to my uncle for telling me about ti!”
DAT RIGHT! – tomorrow will reveal to us a truly captivating event of the heavens….for there will be an annular solar eclipse happening!! – and will be a very special treat for those who will be able to witness it!! -

It will be visible from the coast of China, Northern Taiwan, Southern Jpan, and will conclude in the Western U.S. by sunset (California, Arizona, and New Mexico will be able to see it during sunset) — with Northern California and Albuquerque, New Mexico being in direct line with the center of its path…it will reach its highest peak over the Aleutian islands of Alaska for a duration of 5 minutes and 46 second2Annular Eclipse (map, 558px)

 

Also, it will be the first annular eclipse seen in the U.S. since the last annualar solar eclipse back in May,10 1994 -

which i remember sooo vividly!! – I remember, it was the end of class, around 2:40pm, and i was in 4th grade….My teacher, Mr. Schultz, who was a real cool teacher…prepared us for the amazing event…I made my first “shoebox projector out of a shoebox and tin foil”…..and i remembered….the whole class was outside in the school courtyard, as it was occurring….We all pointed our projectors to witness the “partial annular solar eclipse” (it was about 90% covered by the moon in our area….the path of totality was passing through New Hampshire)) – yet, it still created an excitingly surreal atmosphere….it grew noticeably dimmer, and the sky had turned a rather eerie “gold” colored hue….like a “midday sunset” it was truly spectacular!! – Such sweet awesome memories, back when i was in grade school – evoking a sense of wonder and awe…..Gosh I SO MISS THE 90′s!! (my dream…one day in my lifetime…..is to witness a total solar eclipse…..nothing quite like it!)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_eclipse_of_May_10,_1994

 

BUT THAT’S NOT ALL!!! — i’ve also heard, another alignment will be occuring with the Pleidian star system coinciding with the eclipse, which makes it even more special, as the Pleidian star system….since ancient history, has been regarded by many historical civilizations such as the Mayans and the ancient Egyptians to represent “spiritual evolution and enlightenment”….WOW!!

Here’s an article about tomorrow’s event! -

 

What is an Annular Eclipse?

A very amazing celestial event is about to occur…and we are blessed to be able to see this grand event from Hawaii! This annular – or ring – eclipse occurs when the moon crosses directly in front of the sun, much as it does during a total solar eclipse.

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At mid-eclipse – instead of the moon covering the sun completely, as in a total eclipse, turning the sky dark and blotting the sun from view – in an annular eclipse, a ring surrounds the moon silhouette. This dazzling ring is the outer edge of the sun. (Note: at no time can you gaze at an annular eclipse without protective solar filters to prevent damage to your eyes. Sunglasses don’t help.) But wait, there’s more…

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(images: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

When Can You See the Annular Eclipse?

On Sunday, May 20, 2012, for the first time in 26,000 years, the sun, moon, and the mystic Pleiades Star System will align in a spectacular, full annular solar eclipse and a rare solar eclipse alignment will happen between the Earth, the sun, and our central sun, Alcyone, in the Pleiades Constellation.

The Pleiades

In ancient Hawaii, The Pleiades (Seven Sisters) are known Makali`i (The Little Eyes). The ancient Hawaiian creation chant, the Kumulipo, tells of contact with the elohim from Makali`i. Many ancient cultures, from the Maori of New Zealand to the Mayans of Mesoamerica, from the Egyptians to the Indians, and Chinese, the Pleiades have always been a major foundation of their poetry, lore, and myths.

The fact that this 26,000 year alignment is happening on Sunday is considered a very special event and the perfect time decide what you really want in life.

4 Comments:

  1. Here’s another article about the cosmic alignment (w/ more info on the Pleadian star system and the ancient civilizations)

    http://intermetu.com/2012/05/the-great-pleiadian-eclipse-alignment-may-20-2012/

    From wiki:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_eclipse_of_May_20,_2012

  2. SOLAR ECLIPSE THIS WEEKEND: On Sunday, May 20th, the Moon will pass in front of the Sun, producing an annular solar eclipse visible across the Pacific side of Earth. The path of annularity, where the sun will appear to be a “ring of fire,” stretches from China and Japan to the middle of North America:

    An animated eclipse map prepared by Larry Koehn of ShadowandSubstance.com shows the best times to look. In the United States, the eclipse begins at 5:30 pm PDT and lasts for two hours. Around 6:30 pm PDT, the afternoon sun will become a luminous ring in places such as Medford, Oregon; Chico, California; Reno, Nevada; St. George, Utah; Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Lubbock, Texas. Outside the narrow center line, the eclipse will be partial. Observers almost everywhere west of the Mississippi will see a crescent-shaped sun as the Moon passes by off-center.

    Because this is not a total eclipse, some portion of the sun will always be exposed. To prevent eye damage, use eclipse glasses, a safely-filtered telescope, or a solar projector to observe the eclipse. You can make a handy solar projector by criss-crossing your fingers waffle-style. Rays of light beaming through the gaps will have the same shape as the eclipsed sun. Or look on the ground beneath leafy trees for crescent-shaped sunbeams and rings of light.

    Solar eclipse resources:

    Annular eclipse photo gallery — from spaceweather.com
    NASA feature story and video
    Live webcasts: #1, #2 (submit more links here)
    Animated Eclipse Map — from shadowandsubstance.com

  3. Here’s a live webcast feed i found of the annular eclipse event:

    http://events.slooh.com/

    Be sure to check in in about an hour….the U.S. live feed of the eclipse will begin…AWESOME!!!

  4. I saw the eclipse! Thank you Yannaki for all the information – Here in San Diego we had approximately 85% coverage of the sun ~ I filmed it and will try and make some youtubes of it .. but you’re going to laugh when you see my video! ~ More later ..

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