The Blood Moon Tetrad


This coming Saturday(4-4-15) is number 3 out of 4 of the Blood Moon Tetrad (Tetrad meaning four) in the 2014-1015 season.  According to NASA, the shadow of Earth will completely cover the Moon which causes it to turn red. In Colorado where I live we will be able to see the “totality” beginning at 5:58 AM Mountain Time.  If you live on the East Coast you won’t be as lucky and will only see a partial ‘occulting’ or hiding of the Moon. Early-rising observers all over the United States should be able to see at least the partial phases of the April 4 lunar eclipse just before the sun rises, if weather permits. People on the West Coast will have the chance to see the moon turn an eerie shade of red during totality, which should begin at about 7:58 a.m. EDT (1158 GMT,…

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Comfortably Numbered

Fibonacci Pi Earth Moon Sun

The imperial system (miles, feet, yards, furlongs, nautical miles, etc) seems to resonate with repeating sixes.  Earth’s diameter is  6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6!+6! miles.  6! is pronounced “six factorial” and is simply (1x2x3x4x5x6), which equals 720. The Moon’s diameter is 6! + 6! + 6! miles (2160).  Six-sixty-six is the number of the beast.  No number is inherently evil, but if you had to pick one it would definitely have to be six, which is why the word ‘hex’, means six. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six. (666) –  The combined mean diameters of Earth and Moon, in miles, is equal to (six multiplied together nine times) divided by one thousand.  According to NASA this is % accurate.  With the polar or equatorial diameters, the correlation is still…

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Mercury, Venus, Musica Universalis

Mercury and Venus Music of the Spheres

Mercury, Venus, Musica Universalis. The Music of the Spheres. The Musical Harmony of the Planets. Mercury makes beautiful music. If you’re on Mercury it takes two years to experience one day. This 2:1 ratio is what’s called the ‘perfect octave’ in music theory. It is also encoded into the geometry of a triangle. The circle inside a triangle is exactly one half the size of the circle outside it. Coincidentally (or not) the triangle also defines the orbital relationships between Mercury, and the next planet out, Venus. The perfect octave is the first harmonic interval followed by the ‘perfect fifth’ which is also extremely pleasant to the human ear. This 3:2 ratio is reflected in the temporal patterns of Mercury. Every two ‘years’, Mercury rotates on its axis three times, which suggests the concept of the ‘Music of the Spheres’ was meant to be…

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