New comet in town: Comet Lulin

Comet LulinPhoto from Universe Today.

Originally described by Chinese astronomers when it was first seen in July 2007 as an asteroid, a coma was noticed a few days later and Comet Lulin was born. Comet Lulin will be closest to the earth on February 24, according to the latest calculations, and is getting brighter and brighter as it gets closer:

Astronomers at the Taipei Astronomical Museum said that the tail of Lulin will become most vivid during that time as it moves closest to the Earth.According to the museum, it took 28.5 million years for Comet Lulin to revolve round the Sun on its own axis.

In other words, museum astronomers said, the last time Comet Lulin came to the inner part of the solar system, human beings had just evolved from monkeys, the ice caps of the North and South Poles had just formed, the globe’s highest mountain range, the Himalayas, had just appeared upon a ground breaking orogenic movement, and Taiwan was still deep in the sea.

This is pretty incredible and perhaps synchronistic in light of all of the talk in these pages and elsewhere about the rapid evolution and transformation of humans into the next stage of life.

Lulin is creating quite a stir because it is traveling along the ecliptic which is the path that the planets take, but it’s moving in the opposite direction from the planets.  In light of the Blue Star Kachina prophecy that we were discussing a few weeks ago, I wonder if Comet Lulin might step in to take the place of Comet Holmes in the theory that the Blue Star Kachina of the Hopi prophecy is actually a comet.

In ancient times comets were thought to be harbingers of doom because they […]

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By |2009-02-02T09:20:45-04:00February 2nd, 2009|Astronomy|Comments Off on New comet in town: Comet Lulin

Pluto in Capricorn: Rebuilding Corporations from the Ground Up

GM Centennial Top VehiclesOne reason it’s impossible to offer accurate predictions using astrology is that the planets don’t influence us in any kind of uniform manner.  One person’s Pluto transit to Mars will be very different from that of another person.  Pluto is like a heat-seeking missile: it looks for areas in our lives that aren’t working, and nukes them.  If everything is working properly we instead see the best of Pluto: an intense infusion of empowerment that helps us to become strong and better able to transform our lives.  Pluto is like a tornado that whips through a community and destroys flimsy mobile homes but leaves more solid structures intact.

As Pluto travels through Capricorn until 2023, it will be destroying and rebuilding certain parts of the world governments, banking systems, and corporations that fall under the Capricorn domain, and this is why the current US Treasury plan of throwing billions of dollars at crumbling financial institutions and corporations like General Motors will not work.  This is not to say that the government should just allow the delicate economic web to fail, but using a trategy from the soon to be defunct Pluto in Sagittarius era such as hoping for the return to increased optimism and confidence (Sagittarian traits) by pumping lots of cash into bad companies will no longer work under the seriousness of Capricorn, which is more concerned with function than image.

General Motors, the leader of the US car industry, is a good example of an effect of the shift from Pluto in Sagittarius to Capricorn.  Under Pluto in Sagittarius, GM drank the Sagittarian kool-aid that bigger is better, and what goes up will never come down and its […]

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By |2008-11-19T17:48:07-04:00November 19th, 2008|Astronomy|Comments Off on Pluto in Capricorn: Rebuilding Corporations from the Ground Up

Ceres may be an impersonator!!

CeresThanks to Astrococktail for the link to this article.Last year Ceres was reclassified as a planet along with Pluto and the new planet Eris as a “dwarf planet,” and most recently as a “Plutoid.”

Ceres has an interesting history: when it was first discovered scientists hailed Ceres as a new planet, but then after Neptune was discovered and it was much larger, Ceres was demoted to asteroid status. Now scientists report that Ceres has been a relative of Pluto all along, an “escapee of the Kuiper belt” that entered our solar system long ago, rather than an asteroid as it has been classified all these years.

There are thousands of asteroids, and some astrologers work with virtually all of them. There is an eerie synchronicity between asteroid names and significant events (check out this article for some eerie coincidences!!), but astrologers who work with asteroids use primarily the major ones: Juno, Vesta, Pallas, and til now, Ceres. Even these asteroids have secondary importance and are felt to have more of an influence on behavior patterns than real personality dynamics.

With the reclassification of Ceres her role in astrology has become more pronounced. Ceres was known in Greece as as Demeter, and was the mother of Persephone/Kore who was taken by Hades/Pluto into the Underworld. Ceres/Demeter, goddess of grain and nourishment who was well-loved by the people on earth, abandoned them in her grief over the loss of her daughter causing starvation and devastation. The […]

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By |2008-07-26T16:14:00-04:00July 26th, 2008|Astronomy|Comments Off on Ceres may be an impersonator!!

Photos from Saturn

Get to know my favorite planet and its moons in this stunning video including narration from one of the scientists on the imaging team from the Cassini spacecraft. At around 4:50 you’ll see the Sun eclipsing Saturn which is an absolutely incredible sight.

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By |2008-07-11T11:08:00-04:00July 11th, 2008|Astronomy|Comments Off on Photos from Saturn

Earth: The new Mars?

New evidence supports the theory that Mars may have been the home to life forms at one time:

NASA researchers want to determine whether the planet could support, or ever has supported, life. The nutrients are among a few positive indicators they have gleaned since the Phoenix Mars Lander began collecting and testing soil samples last month. Early findings, including ice crystals and nutrients, point toward water — the chemical basis for life.

Phoenix co-investigator William Boynton of the University of Arizona, lead TEGA scientist, called the data “spectacular.”

“At this point, we can say that the soil has clearly interacted with water in the past,” he said. “We don’t know whether that interaction occurred in this particular area in the northern polar region, or whether it might have happened elsewhere and blown up to this area as dust.”

read more here…

For years scientists have speculated that Mars was formerly a wet planet. Some UFO-logists and conspiracy theorists have hypothesized that life on earth was seeded from Mars when the planet ran out of water and its inhabitants relocated to a lusher, greener planet. We now have evidence thatleaky seas could render the Earth as dry as Mars (this will be in a billion years so there’s no need to panic just yet!).

What pleases me is the ever-growing pool of evidence that what seemed far-fetched ten years ago (life on Mars) is no longer so far-fetched. As we shift into the Aquarian Age […]

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By |2019-05-11T07:33:06-04:00June 30th, 2008|Astronomy|Comments Off on Earth: The new Mars?
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