A New Solar Eclipse, and the Song of Spirit

 

Sunday’s solar eclipse is important, particularly coming as it does so soon after the lunar eclipse two weeks ago. Again, it is about choice, and change, but in a very different way.

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Vitamin D and the Power of the Sun

 

Despite being mid-February, the early morning sun today is strong, illuminating the gold of the witch hazel blossom and the grey-blue of the waters of the Wye. In response to his call, the birds sing loudly in celebration of the light and of life, while frogs and newts begin their annual courtship dances in their ponds.

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Donald Trump, Nostradamus’ Brawler

Our world is undergoing a great shift in the Earth’s axis, as it has done periodically during her history during times of great change.

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The Mystery of our Expanding Universe

 

Our cosmic world continues to surprise us. New research indicates that the Universe is expanding much faster than previous data indicated, astonishing astronomers and raising new questions that, for now, are unanswerable.

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Brexit and the Queen: Lessons in Goodness

 

As Brexit and Trump dominate media attention, it is easy to feel dazed by stories ranging from ominous risk to a glorious new world to come. What can we believe?

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The Prophecy of the Two Suns

In recent weeks, certain scientists talked of the possibility of there being two suns influencing Earth. The flurry of interest in the evidence-based idea soon died – for now.

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The Last Supermoon

 

2016 has been remarkable for its lunar ending, when the last three months of the year have each been graced by a Supermoon.

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Pearl Harbour: its Karma is our Future

 

Reminders of significant military milestones are strong at the moment. One hundred years ago a first, cruel, world war was raging, and seventy five years ago yesterday Japan bombed Pearl Harbour in the middle of, and escalating, a second terrible world war. How many people remember? What have we learned?

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