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have had calls from a couple of people today who follow astro cycles and apparently the full moon on Nov 13th has some VERY NASTY astro configurations. Its also a “supermoon” which is on a new or full moon which occurs when the Moon is 90% or greater of its closest approach to Earth.
first in a quintuple series of this historic alignment. There’s also the first SuperMoon in four months, which is itself the opener in a triplet of full moon SuperMoon alignments (including the closest one of the year, coming up next month). A couple of outer planet stations mark November as well, although because the planets involved move so slowly in our sky, each has been within a degree of its station point for weeks already – and will remain so into the new year…”
November 2008 - unrest around early November and turn point in 10 November; the market crash may push some rushing actions, maybe bank runs/holidays since Jupiter aspects the Saturn-Uranus oposition.December 2008 - really key stress around 10-11 December, broad by mid month (a prelude to 2010), powerful period! The economic depression shall slowly settle along these months; the market will continue to crash by mid and late December. Remember Pluto progresses forward into Capricorn, and Saturn-Uranus remain until spring in tight oposition!January 2009 - mild mood, small frictions around the 22nd January
first in a quintuple series of this historic alignment. There’s also the first SuperMoon in four months, which is itself the opener in a triplet of full moon SuperMoon alignments (including the closest one of the year, coming up next month). A couple of outer planet stations mark November as well...
Originally posted by toepick
More babies are born on a full moon, and there are generally more 911 calls...although I always thought it was busier on a half moon, because most people these days only have half a brain
So I wonder what this supermoon will bring
I wouldn't laugh at this Super moon Astrology stuff
For pagans it will be a time to avoid travel by water; for astronomers, a chance to camp out in the gardens; and for doom merchants, an opportunity to predict earthquakes in Alaska. But for most of us, December 22 could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness a so-called "super moon".
But, predictably, any natural event, especially one that hasn't happened for 133 years, brings with it portents of doom.
As all three celestial bodies are unusually close to each other, some people believe the effects of the Moon on the Earth are at their most extreme. High tides, coastal flooding, earthquakes, tremors, even erratic behaviour from animals and humans are historically - and mythologically - associated with the event.
Earlier this year, scientists in New Zealand studying the effects of a lunar perigee - when the Moon is closest to Earth - noted extreme tides around the country. The situation was made worse by bad weather, including large areas of low pressure and high winds, causing storm tides to surge around the Tasman Bay area and the Bay of Islands.
Some groups have predicted that earthquakes will occur around the time of the super moon as incredible lunar forces are exerted on the planet.
A Spanish seismologist, who claims to have predicted 80% of recent earthquakes, believes the event will lead to major earthquakes in Alaska and Hawaii. And he argues that further disastrous events could take place early in January, when the Earth is in its closest orbit to the sun.
On Thursday, Nov. 12 to Nov. 18, California's San Diego and Riverside counties will experience the largest earthquake drill in U.S. history, pretending that a magnitude 7.8 quake has struck near the Salton Sea and is heading northwest along 190 miles of the dreaded San Andreas fault. Many areas will set up shelters and makeshift triage hospitals on the day of the drill.
In the Great Southern California Shakeout scenario, the earthquake would kill 1800 people, injure 50,000, cause $200 billion in damage, and have long-lasting social and economic consequences.
Beginning Nov. 13 an AfterShock simulation allows anyone to experience the earthquake as if it's really occurring, along with what happens following a big one, how residents survive and how the region recovers and rebuilds.
Anyone, anywhere can sign up to play the game.
Play like your life depends on it.
Originally posted by GetOutOfMyRabbitHole
reply to post by whiteraven
December 12th- isn't that around the same time the urban survival webbot predicts a major earthquake in the Pacific Northwest?