||Solar eclipse July 22. 2009.||
|The Swine Flu - A 14th Century Curse ?|
|The Total Solar Eclipse of July
22. 2009 at 02.36 GMT is a member of the Saros Cycle 11S
that was initiated on June 22. 1360 at 06.11 GMT. According to the
Chaldean tradition the initial eclipse portrays meanings that will
come to surface later into the eclipse cycle that expands over a
thousand years. The initial eclipse of 1360 occurred on the day of the
Summer Solstice and in the first degree of tropical Cancer. The Solar
eclipse of July 22. 2009 is the longest Solar Eclipse of the 21st
Century and occurs in the 30th degree of tropical Cancer. Thus, a
problem that maybe was cradled almost 650 years ago comes into full
bloom with the total solar eclipse of 2009.
The founding eclipse of June 22. 1360 occurred exactly North of Mexico, which is the region where the first case of Swine Flu were registered and which was the first City to close down public offices in an attempt to contain the epidemic.
- Saros Cycle 11S - June 22. 1360, 06.11 GMT -
|Commentary at Skyskript.co.uk
The eclipse that initiated the Saros Cycle
should be given particular attention. According to Jansky the Solar
eclipse of July 22. 2009 belongs to the Saros
series 11S, meaning that the initial partial eclipse of this
Saros cycle occurred at the Moon's South Node. Espenak labels this
cycle as Saros 136.
Total Solar Eclipse July 22. 2009, 04.36 CST
- Oslo -
The solar eclipse was not visible in Norway, yet the Sun was rising in Oslo when the eclipse was at it's height.