Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Total Lunar Eclipse

Today's total lunar eclipse is relatively rare, since it is also central, meaning the moon will contain the Earth shadow's center point. The center of the moon will pass very close to the center of the Earth's shadow at 20:13 GMT (4:14pm in my New England), and has not been closer since 2000, and will not be central again until 2018. For images to explain this see

In this blog you have seen how much I like nature symbolism. The Earth's shadow is passing directly over the center of the moon. The moon reflects the sun, so the moon is the unconscious body and the sun is the soul with the warming light of God. In cycles the physical body can reflect a beauty that reminds us of the divine source. When we worship the body instead of the source that gives it life, we become mad with ego, and thus howl at the moon.

Psychologically the shadow is the parts of us which are lost and denied. People assume the shadow only contains the dark ugly negative secrets, but as we evolve and clear ourselves then the shadow becomes increasingly just more good stuff that we didn't know about and could be asking for. So at 8pm England time, 4pm New England time, we can look forward to our unconscious minds, which literally are our bodies and personal reality, becoming centered on a lost part of ourselves, a shadow that we would like to know more about. It's a time for soul retrieval and opportunities to be more of ourselves. For example, let's look outward for synchronicities and inward for senses as to who we were in past lives and who we can become in the more liberated future times.

I am so very grateful for past life friends and connections that keep coming to me, especially in recent weeks as I network more about my new website where I fully reveal that I was Hildegard of Bingen. For those who know about her biography, I can say with great joy that Richardis is back! She's one of the greatest friends I have ever known. The journey of becoming the soul is miraculously abundant and magnificently good, so I wish you all the best to locate and stay on your own path as well.

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