posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 09:17 PM
I need to know the orbital configuration of the moon, relative to the earth and sun, on the morning of next Friday Dec 21st, 2012 for a proposed ATS
Scientific Experiment outlined in the OP of this thread
Proposed ATS Scientific Experiment for next Friday, Dec
21st, 2012 (can we validate a galactic alignment?)
More specifically, I am looking for the precise time during the rising sun and day of the 21st when the moon is at the most opposing point from the
sun on the other side of the earth, although obviously not in perfect alignment or there'd be a lunar eclipse wouldn't there?
Anyway, perhaps you could check out the first half of the video in the OP of that thread and then help me out in terms of pinning down the
precise moment of alignment
involving Earth Moon Sun Alcyone Sirius and Galactic Center (dark rift) - for our common ATS Pendulum
If you don't have anything to contribute but ridicule don't bother, as many of us want to do the experiment and just need the best precise moment to
conduct it, so your help in this matter is much appreciated, big time! I figured some of you might be able to run it through an Astronomy Software
Program to see how the earth moon and sun line up for the dawn of the 21st, next Friday and if so at what precise moment relative to all the
Thank you so much in advance for any help you can provide.
edit on 13-12-2012 by NewAgeMan because: I wholeheartedly apologize for ever calling you "geeks" and I do need you help!? Help? LOL