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Total Eclispe of the Sun - 2006



Message from PAN Japan
Posted on Red Spectral Moon - Solar Moon 22

Solar Moon 23, it's the day of Lovers' Reunion in Telektonon.
White Crystal Dog, the total solar eclipse in Africa and Turkey.
Needless to say, it's a new moon and a spring tide.

Tomorrow is the Crystal Day, that is, the day of the worldwide synchronic meditation.
The solar eclipse starts after 19:00 in Japan.
it seems to keep total for 3-4 minutes.
After about 2 hours, it's the "time" of  the worldwide synchronic meditation.
I suppose this eclipse might happen for this meditation which let us feel the cosmic synchronization and bring Nooshpere on the planet.

In addition, the next total solar eclipse is on 22nd July (Cosmic Moon 26) 2009.
It will happen from 11:00 am with the central focus on Tanegashima, Yakushima, and Amami-Ohshima islands in Japan, there are various planned events at the time. That total solar eclipse will be the longest one in the 21st century, keep total over 7 minutes more.
There is also a plan of a music festival on a scale of a week, in which artists over 200 groups get together all over the world. That year will be the 40th anniversary for Woodstock, they have propounded the project proposal for the peace event "ECLIPSE2009" in which they will say No against environmental destruction and massacre. The scale of a week means it laps over the festival for the day out of time.

And then, there is the annular- total solar eclipse in 2012 in Japan again.
It will be on 21st May (Spectral Moon 20) 2012, just 7 months before the winter solstice in 2012.

Seeing Cosmic Dairy (a dairy Japanese version of 13 Moon Calendar), we will begin to recognize not only eclipses but also many unlikely overlapping events, synchronicity, and the universal plans.

See you at your time as same as 21:00 in Japan on the Crystal day, in the Natural Mind Meditation.
Universal love and in lak'ech!
HIROHIDE YANASE

Foundation for the New Time
"Institute for the Communication of Environmental Consciousness"
Address:
109 SouthCourt, Minami-Hakone Daiya-land, Kannami-cho
Tagata-gun, Sizuoka - Japan  419-0106
Phone: +81-55-974-3901
Fax: +81-55-974-3877
 
cosmic-human12@syd.odn.ne.jp
  http://www.async.ne.jp/cosmic/
  http://www1.odn.ne.jp/galactic-culture/

For more information on the Total Eclispe of the Sun please visit:
 CrystalEagle Galactic Blog
 NASA Eclipse Homepage



Total Solar Eclipse Update

This eclipse's path begins in Brazil and extends across the Atlantic Ocean, Northern Africa, and Central Asia where it ends at sunset in Northern Mongolia. A partial eclipse path, within the much broader path of the moon's penumbral shadow, includes the northern two thirds of Africa, Europe, and Central Asia.
This year's eclipse is also special because the total phase lasts over 4 minutes at the center of the path. This is quite long for a total solar eclipse since most last just a minute or two. The next total eclipse,on August 1, 2008, will be seen in northern Canada, Greenland, Siberia, Mongolia and northern China. It will last about 2 minutes. The next total eclipse visible from the United States won’t happen until August 21, 2017.

In a total eclipse like this one, the entire central portion of the Sun is blocked out. The sky darkens as though it is nighttime and -- for the only time -- you can see the Sun’s corona, or outer atmosphere. Total solar eclipses are of special interest to astronomers because it's the only time they can study the corona. Scientists still don't understand why the corona is so hot. Its temperature is 1 to 2 million degrees Fahrenheit while the Sun's bright surface is only 10,000° F. Careful measurements and experiments made during a total eclipse can help to unravel this enigma.



Image above: The shadow of the moon falls on Earth as seen from the International Space Station, 230 miles above the planet, during a total solar eclipse at about 5:50 a.m. EST Wednesday, March 29. Image credit: NASA

View Highlight Videos here:
Highlights | 28 secs: http://wm.nasa-global.speedera.net/wm.nasa-global/TurkeyEclipse.wmv
Multiple cameras and filters | 5:22 secs: http://wm.nasa-global.speedera.net/wm.nasa-global/eclipse_time2.wmv