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Image of the Week: Eclipse Over Oz

By November 14, 2012

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It truly was a wordless Wednesday in Australia, where the eclipse turned day to night, just after sunrise that morning. Here's a video of the total solar eclipse taken from Cairns, with a narration -- mostly sounds -- of an awestruck viewer.

My friend there forgot about the eclipse. She says, "I did note the sky which was once light, became darker for several minutes (whilst I was outside eating breakfast). I did note a strange feel in the air...and thought, well then...is it to rain?"

That strange feel, that sensitives already experience at the new Moon, can linger the next while. The days until the crescent Moon appears are a great time to make a vision board, or set your intentions.

NASA/SDO
Comments
November 14, 2012 at 3:42 pm
(1) phylameana says:

Amazing photo. And thanks for the reminder for me to create a new vision board. I took mine down over a year ago with plans to start a new one from scratch… and I agree the new moon is a good time.

November 14, 2012 at 5:21 pm
(2) Sukhmandir Kaur says:

Its interesting how there is an eerie sort of feeling during an eclipse. We witnessed a partial one last summer. We experienced double shadows and a hibiscus flower furled each petal separately when closing at the end of the day rather than all together and then the bloom fell apparently from the trauma.

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