Solar Eclipse at Galactic Center Point
DECEMBER 14, 2020
On December 14, 2020 we have a Solar Eclipse alignment. The New Moon moves in between Earth and the Sun. Eclipses happen in pairs and cycles. In 2020, we had two solar eclipses, both by the solstices. Our first one was June 21, and now this December eclipse. Solar Eclipses are also always accompanied by a lunar eclipse. This occurred on November 30, 2020. We have been "preparing" for the eclipse for these two weeks. Eclipses are potent times for humanity. Let's explore both the EARTH SKY paths for this eclipse. I am called to work with both of these for this eclipse. Maybe you are too? Check it out to see...
Earth Map Paths:
This Solar Eclipse is visible in the Southern Hemisphere, flowing from South America across the southern Atlantic to the Coast of Africa. (see here for more details and path).
What is super interesting to me with these two eclipses, is that this December eclipse dovetails and continues the path right of the June eclipse. Coding along the Southern Hemisphere flow lines. There is a strong effect on the portions of the earth that experience the direct shadow of the eclipse. The temperature drops, things shift and change. Check out the sign wave curve the 2020 eclipse path flows along in the maps below...
Sky Dome Eclipse Point:
We align for the eclipse today, December 13, with a Saturn Jupiter Pluto Sun Mercury Moon Venus line up. (first pic in gallery below). The pictures flow in time order by row.
On the morning of December 14, Venus rises around 5 am (these times are all my local time in Boston, EST), followed by Mercury, the Sun and Moon rising together around 7 am and are up fully above horizon by 7:30 am. The Solar Eclipse begins at 8:33 am EST. It is at the peak at 11:13 am, and ends at 1:53 pm.
While eclipses are always a reset point, and a chance to pause, release, and begin anew. This eclipse has special significance because of where it sits in the sky. At this time of year, the Sun is approaching the spot in the sky where we can see the Center of the Galaxy. It is at the tip of the bow of the archer in the Sagittarius constellation.
The arrow of the Sagittarius archer is power loaded this year, with the planets Pluto, Jupiter and Saturn, and the upcoming Grand conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter (which i will speak WAY more about once we move through this eclipse).
The sun aligns with the Galactic Center more exactly on December 18. We will be getting an influx of galactic center light through the sun that day. Which is Friday, the end of this week. Monday, the first day of the 5 day week is a big preparation for you and your light body. To release all the old structures and constructs within. To make room for NEW light and knowledge and energy.
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Time to stepup
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