Creating Waves of Awareness
Thanks to Mike Andrews. JANUARY 4, 2011 - That's Today
The December 21 lunar eclipse will be visible to observers in North America and western South America. The winter constellations are well placed for viewing during totality so a number of bright stars can be used for magnitude comparisons. Observers along South America's east coast miss the eclipse’s late stages because they occur after moonset.
Most of Europe and Africa experience moonset while the eclipse is in progress. Only northern Scandinavians can catch the entire event from Europe. The moon rises in the eclipse for observers in eastern Asia. The eclipse will not be visible from southern and eastern Africa, the Middle East or southern Asia. The moon will be situated in the constellation Taurus, close to the border with Gemini, and near the most northerly point in the moon’s orbit at that time of the year.
Dear HWC Members
In the spirit of the season,
everyone wants to give their special greeting.
Whether words of wisdom, a poem or song
Please post here in one location so our
in-boxes are not overflowing
We have all become close friends
Missing each other when we go
out of town for a few days
Some of us more sentimental than others.
We are creating something great together!
May there be peace on earth
Celebrate the season and
Happy New Year
To everyone at HWC
Belated happy new year and here's hoping this year brings more people to embrace homeopathy.
(Belated cos I just joined :) )
All the best