From Sky News
During the new moon of 14th November 2012 we experienced a Total Solar Eclipse…. where the moon moves between the Earth and Sun, obscuring Earth’s view of the Sun.
The energy of a Solar Eclipse ‘obscures’ the now or potential future, and allows one to reflect on the past. Not to drag up old energy, or relive painful events or experiences, but rather to positively reassess where you have been and use this knowledge to re-adjust your path moving forward. Solar Eclipse’s create the potential for huge personal and hence planetary transformations.
It is a time to release the egoic need of power struggles, destruction of life and pain and suffering. It represents a return of the feminine, in order to balance the male and female polarity in humanity and foster oneness. Oneness in our hearts and minds, oneness in our physical and spiritual selves, and oneness of our selves with all creation.
May this powerful Solar Eclipse burn off the remaining debris of all old patterns and ways of thinking, allowing us to rise from the ashes ‘new’ and free…
The path of totality for this eclipse will only be visible in parts of extreme northern Australia and the southern Pacific Ocean. A partial eclipse will be visible in most parts of eastern Australia and New Zealand. The umbra shadow of the eclipse first touches earth in Arnherm Land at the northeast corner of the Northern Territory. The Arnherm Region was declared an Aboriginal Reserve in 1931, one of Australia’s largest reserves, known for its isolation and its people’s strong traditions and art. The Yolngu people of the northeast are one of Australia’s largest indigenous groups. (See Part 3 of this newsletter series for more information on the Aboriginal influence of this eclipse.)The city of Cairns is a good place to witness the total eclipse (not partial) as it is only 11 mi south of the center line. The eclipse shadow will sweep forward from there, with the instant of greatest eclipse occurring over the Pacific Ocean. REFERENCE – CAROL ANN C’IOCCO
Living in Western Australia, I didn’t get to see the Eclipse (with eclipse glasses) but I did feel its effects !!