The daily life of a bird, plant or any living species on earth change each day with the light and can be easily observed each day at dusk and dawn through our senses. Each day it is not only the light that wakes me but the song of the birds and the change in the temperature and air. A solar eclipse brings about the conditions of diminished light and increased light at a time outside the normal cycle and brings about other changes that are not normally visible. In addition to the temperature and light changes, waves of electric and magnetic energy (accelerated electrical charge) that normally do not penetrate the earths atmosphere have the opportunity to reach the earth during a solar eclipse. These are the invisible forces that impact our earth and life on it.
Today the window of time of todays full solar eclipse open the gateway for full access. A study performed in the UK at 4 different locations, did document that there are in fact a greater influx of electromagnetic waves during the period of the solar eclipse. Download the study here. There are also so-called ”myths” about the impact of a solar eclipse as having an effect on food and life in gestation. Perhaps there are truths to these myths as we are part of an energy system, so the introduction of energy that does not normally seep through the atmosphere may impact us and all life on earth in invisible ways.
This is important for all life since it seems that we share an energy phenomena call the torus, a donut shaped energy field. On the grand scale it is thought that the universe itself has a torus. We do know that the earth has a torus and like the earth, the human body also has an aura or energy field shaped like a torus. Well, well flowers too have a torus!
Jumping back to the human energy field for a second can help us to understand the flowers energy field – our human nervous system uses electrical energy where both positive and negative ions flow through both the central and autonomic nervous systems giving electrical impulses which creates this field. Our eyes also use the shape of the torus to take in information. Like the human eye with its round shape along with the iris and pupil, the majority of flowers have a round shape with an opening in the center. It is at this point that their torus eminates.
The flower energy comes from the center opening its petals inviting bees and other insects to come and pollinate it. So the accelerated electrical charges that will penetrate the earth with each eclipse may well penetrate any living species torus as well. What that means to us exactly I do not know. We do know that a full solar eclipse does disrupt the rhythmic cycles of life for those who are in the visable zone for some minutes and outside of the visible zone, an eclipse does indeed impact the geology of the earth due to the forces created during that time. Regardless people often find a solar eclipse mysterious, beautiful and even scary at times.
So for those of you who are not located in a visible area, here is the best video clip I could find of a nearly full solar eclipse . The filmmaker, Yuri M notes: „Solar eclipse on 1 August in Moscow 2008. The full eclipse can be seen only in Siberia. But what has been seen in Moscow fascinates. In this short movie all my feelings while observing the eclipse.” Eclipse uploaded on Vimeo. If the playback is slow or choppy, you can also download the video CLICK HERE.
A view from Moscow –
While studies are important as they quantify events and delve deeper into specifics, even they are usually limited to specifics and it is only over time that they are correlated with other studies to bring us a broader view. This has compelled me to think more about the not readily observable through our senses and to open up our vision by looking not only at the beauty and mystery of an eclipse but to expand our vision of the earth itself by becoming conscious of our mother in the larger scale. We can open up to new views of the earth through viewing things like the following videoclip which takes a look at the earth in a grand way.
In closing, here are a few Solar Eclipse and Related Information Basics –
- Todays eclipse begins at 1815 universal or GMT. To find the time in your zone visit one of the following sites –
- A solar eclipse is when the sun, moon and earth are in direct alignment.
- Our Sun’s corona, the very hot outermost layer of a star’s atmosphere, can only be seen during a total solar eclipse.
- Viewing one can damage your eyes unless you wear protective glasses.
- Occurs only during the new moon.
- Animals enter into the cycles of night and day as the eclipse occurs.
- There are electromagnetic waves that enter the atmosphere during an eclipse that do not normally succeed in penetrating the earths atomosphere.
- The earth body (including volcanoes) is impacted through the forces generated by the solar eclipse.
- Earth interacts with other objects in space, especially the Sun and the Moon.
- Earth’s only known natural satellite, the Moon, which began orbiting it about 4.53 billion years ago, provides ocean tides, stabilizes the axial tilt and gradually slows the planet’s rotation.
- FULL – The moon’s umbral shadow crosses the South Pacific Ocean where it makes no landfall except for Mangaia (Cook Islands) and Easter Island (Isla de Pascua). The path of totality ends just after reaching southern Chile and Argentina.
- PARTIAL – The Moon’s penumbral shadow produces a partial eclipse visible from a much larger region covering the South Pacific and southern South America
Other interesting links –
- NAZCA – about Peru and land images believed to have been generated during a long period of many eclipses.