is to restore the lack of knowledge and fear of the unknown
and assist others in searching for the truth. Lunar Insight has presented research that establishes the validity of Astrology.
My dedication to research continues. Astrology is spiritual and among the oldest of mysteries. I encourage the community--including
practitioners, researchers, educators, and students--to participate in the research on this web site. Lunar Insight's goal
is that you achieve knowledge on your purpose that God has created you for.
The ‘Grand Cross’ of April 14/15 – Pluto, Uranius, Jupiter and Mars form a perfect
square, this is rare .
Watch a total lunar eclipse April 14/ 15
shadow will cover the Moon for more than an hour.
dreading the deadline for filing your taxes in the U.S., the sky will provide a distraction in the early morning hours of
April 15. That’s when we’ll experience the first total lunar eclipse in 28 months.
North and South America will have the prime views of this eclipse. Those in the western Pacific will miss the first half
of the eclipse because it occurs before the Moon rises. Likewise, most of Europe and Africa will experience moonset just
as the eclipse begins.
A lunar eclipse occurs when
the Sun, Earth, and the Moon line up. During such times, the Moon passes through Earth’s shadow, and where it passes
determines the type of eclipse we’ll see.
Our planet’s shadow has two parts: a darker
inner section called the umbra and a lighter outer region called the penumbra. When the Moon passes through only the penumbra,
we experience a penumbral eclipse. When only some of it passes through the umbra, we see a partial eclipse. Sometimes, however,
all of the Moon passes through the umbra, creating a total lunar eclipse. That’s what’s happening on the 15th.
event starts at 12:54 a.m. EDT as the Moon enters the penumbra of Earth’s shadow. Most observers won’t even notice
any change in our satellite’s appearance for at least a half-hour after this time.
Things begin to heat up at 1:58 a.m. EDT. That’s when the Moon first hits Earth’s
umbral shadow and the partial phase begins. For more than an hour you’ll see the dark part grow until totality begins
at 3:07 a.m. EDT.
Totality lasts 78 minutes, until 4:25 a.m. EDT. The partial phase is over
at 5:33 a.m. EDT, and the penumbral phase — and this eclipse — ends at 6:38 a.m. EDT.
April 15, the Moon’s northern edge passes a tiny bit south of the shadow’s center. In contrast, its southern
edge lies a lot farther from that point. As a result, the Moon’s northern half will look much darker than its southern
half because it lies deeper in the umbra.
totality, the constellations of the Northern Hemisphere’s spring surround the Moon. Magnitude 1.0 Spica in the constellation
Virgo the Maiden is the nearest bright star. At mid-totality, it lies just 1.5° west-southwest of the eclipsed Moon.
Spica’s vivid blue color will contrast nicely with the crimson Moon — especially through binoculars. Regarding
other bright stars, Arcturus in the constellation Boötes stands 32° to the Moon’s north-northeast, and Antares
in Scorpius lies 45° to the east-southeast.
Mars will dazzle 9.4° northwest of the Moon. On eclipse morning,
the Red Planet lies relatively close to Earth and shines at magnitude –1.4, as brightly as it will until 2016. It’s
also as large as it will be until then, so if you have a telescope set up for the eclipse, you’ll have plenty of time
to steal a glance at Mars, even during totalit
solar eclipse will occur on April 28, 2014 at 11:14 PM in California, we will not be able to view this eclipse here
in the United States.
The country's below will be able to view this solar eclipse on
April 29 at 4:14 PM which will be visible in some parts of the world. The following shows the cities in Australia from
which the eclipse could be visible (note that the following is a short list of some of the main cities, the eclipse may
be visible from other cities not listed here). The date and local time of the event shown below.
God's Sacred Language.
The earth and the Universe
both bear the signature of God's creation. All the planets in our Solar System, and the stars surrounding it, allegorically
speak of God's greatness, love, and mercy. When studied carefully, God speaks to us through the created things around us-
revealing unmistakable truths about his nature and purpose for mankind.
God left us a powerful testimony of his existence, and his nature long before he inspired men to write
his truth in the Bible. In fact, it was done at the moment of creation, when God fashioned all the stars, moons, and planets
in our Universe. God "wrote" this testimony into his creation using the language of allegory. Later, when men's
minds grew dimmer, God gave them a written record so that they would remember what they had forgotten to "see"
in God's creation. The Universe is never silent concerning the nature of our God. All creation speaks of God to those who
know his sacred Language. However, the most intriguing of the testimonies in creation that shows God's constant, unchanging
nature can be found on earth. Every mountain, tree, plant, animal and human being attests to God's greatness- but only when
viewed spiritually with God's allegorical language. God has never been silent. God's message was lost when sin entered the
The moon will appear blood-red in a total lunar eclipse on the evening of April 14th and overnight into April
15h. Don't miss this rare phenomenon.
The total eclipse can be viewed any where in the united states on the west
coast you can view this eclipse 12:42 a.m. on April 15th, but the beginnings of the eclipse will be visible starting around
9:55 p.m. The moon will begin turning red at 12:08 AM. Be sure and make your time zone adjustment.
The eclipse is a rare celestial phenomenon easily observed with the naked
eye, and as such it can be quite moving. Prophecies talk of the sky turning to blood red (usually a lunar eclipse).
How will this eclipse affect your sign?.
The Zodiac and Its Signs
The Zodiac and Its Signs
of the zodiac is much in dispute. To contend that it originated but a mere few thousand years before the Christian Era is
a colossal mistake on the part of those who have sought to compile data, concerning its origin. The zodiac necessarily must
be ancient enough to go backward to that period when its signs and symbols coincided exactly with the positions of the constellations
whose various creatures in their natural functions exemplified the outstanding features of the sun's activity during each
of the twelve months. One author, after many years of deep study on the subject, believed man's concept of the zodiac to be
at least five million years old. In all probability it is one of the many things for which the modem world is indebted to
the Atlantean or the Lemurian civilizations. About ten thousand years before the Christian Era there was a period of many
ages when knowledge of every kind was suppressed, tablets destroyed, monuments torn down, and every vestige of available material
concerning previous civilizations completely obliterated. Only a few copper knives, some arrowheads, and crude carvings on
the walls of caves bear mute witness of those civilizations which preceded this age of destruction.
The early star gazers, after dividing the zodiac into
its houses, appointed the three brightest stars in each constellation to be the joint rulers of that house. Then they divided
the house into three sections of ten degrees each, which they called decans. These, in turn, were divided in half, resulting
in the breaking up of the zodiac into seventy-two duodecans of five degrees each. Over each of these duodecans the Hebrews
placed a celestial intelligence, or angel, and from this system, has resulted the Qabbalistic arrangement of the seventy-two
sacred names, which correspond to the seventy-two flowers, knops, and almonds upon the seven-branched Candlestick of the Tabernacle,
and the seventy-two men who were chosen from the Twelve Tribes to represent Israel.
The only two signs not already mentioned are Gemini and Sagittarius. The constellation of Gemini is generally
represented as two small children, who, according to the ancients, were born out of eggs, possibly the ones that the Bull
broke with his horns. The stories concerning Castor and Pollux, and Romulus and Remus, may be the result of amplifying the
myths of these celestial Twins. The symbols of Gemini have passed through many modifications. The one used by the Arabians
was the peacock. Two of the important stars in the constellation of Gemini still bear the names of Castor and Pollux. The
sign of Gemini is supposed to have been the patron of phallic worship, and the two obelisks, or pillars, in front of temples
and churches convey the same symbolism as the Twins.
The sign of Sagittarius consists of what the ancient Greeks called a centaur--a composite creature, the lower
half of whose body was in the form of a horse, while the upper half was human. The centaur is generally shown with a bow and
arrow in his hands, aiming a shaft far off into the stars. Hence Sagittarius stands for two distinct principles: first, it
represents the spiritual evolution of man, for the human form is rising from the body of the beast; secondly, it is the symbol
of aspiration and ambition, for as the centaur aims his arrow at the stars, so every human creature aims at a higher mark
than he can reach.
The Signs and Symbols of
Primordial Man, sums up the influence of the zodiac upon religious symbolism in the following words: "The division
here [is] in twelve parts, the twelve signs of the Zodiac, twelve tribes of Israel, twelve gates of heaven mentioned in Revelation,
and twelve entrances or portals to be passed through in the Great Pyramid, before finally reaching the highest degree, and
twelve Apostles in the Christian doctrines, and the twelve original and perfect points in Masonry."