Fire BAlls from the EYES of the DRAGON
Comets capture the imagination and the wonder and awe of humanity. They give us a common focus. They deliver particles of life, dust, gases, pieces of star stuff. They illuminate both a path in the night sky, and a neural pathway of inspiration and knowledge in the human collective consciousness.
There are three activation possibilities from these inner solar system comets.
(1) Meteor Showers - They leave behind a trail of debris that the earth ends up moving through each year as it orbits the sun. During this passing through the debris field small particles burn up as they graze the atmosphere and we get a meteor shower. These meteors are light codes being delivered from the comet to us on earth.
(2) Catching a Glimpse - The comet itself is visible. For this Comet 21P we need high powered binoculars or a telescope to see it. The visible light emitted from a comet transmits light codes. Catch a glimpse if you can!
(3) Following the Path Through the Sky - The comet as seen from our vista here on the earth surface moves along the night sky and looks like it is traveling through different constellations. In effect, it illuminates or lights up, and brings our attention to those stars and planets and constellations it is moving through. It does this for us energetically even if we cannot see the comet with our human eyes. In my experience, those of us that spend time under the night sky, we will be drawn to look at a certain part of the sky or a certain constellation. We might not even know why, and then later we research and find this comet may have been the reason. This happened for me this summer. I kept seeing the North American nebulae, which site in the constellation Cygnus the Swan. During this research, I round out that Comet 21P was cruising right by that nebulae this summer. So my natural free attention was drawn there. And it just may be thanks to the green comet! And to be clear - the comet is not physically near any of these stars, as they are far away from our solar system. It is just how it looks to us on “planetarium earth”.
Comet 21P was fist observed in 1900. During this epoch, it was widely believed that all the stars we could see where part of the milky way. For centuries it was common thought that earth was the center of the universe, and all other bodies revolved around us here on earth (geocentric model). Of course many if not all ancient cultures knew the truths of the galaxies, but that is a conversation for another write up. Folks like Copernicus, Kepler, Newton and Galileo influenced and changed our human view to a model where the sun was the center of our solar system and the earth and the planets that orbited around the sun (heliocentric). Comets expand human awareness of the universe. As they are “different” and change the night sky from the usual sights. They, just by there very existence and the way they travel in the night sky teach us how the universe works.
Comet 21P has a period of 6.5 years, meaning it comes back around to the same spot on its elliptical orbit every 6.5 years. Here is a good read on the comet: http://earthsky.org/space/2-comets-21p-giacobini-zinner-wirtanen-2018
The comet came very close to earth and the sun on September 10, 2018. The comet close approach to the sun (perihelion) and the time when it makes its close approaches planet earth are two different and distinct alignments that this year (2018) coincided on the same day. Very rare. There was a significant moment of exchange that happened on September 10, 2018 Comet 21P to planet Earth.
The Draconids general are at max viewing potential from October 6 – 12, with a peak around October 8. We are in a good viewing moon mode as the new moon this month is on October 9, so the night sky will be dark and good for meteor viewing.
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Exploring further activation possibility (3) Following the Path Through the Sky (listed above) let’s look at the path the green comet will be traveling for September and October.
Thanks to the work of http://blog.emout.org/en/2018/06/12/bright-comets-of-2018/ and several other researched sources I can tell you that:
“It could even be visible to the naked eye (obviously with very clean and clear skies) towards the end of August and remain like this throughout September. Its path will be very interesting not only for its expected brightness, but also because it will pass prospectively close to some open clusters.”
Dates where comet visibly passes celestial objects:
July 4 it will in pass the open cluster M39
August 27th the NGC 1502 cluster
September 13 we will see it near M37
September 15 close to M35.
September 23 it enters the constellation Monoceros, the Unicorn
September 26 pass Cone Nebula and Christmas Tree Cluster (NGC 2264)
At the beginning of October, it will touch the NGC 2301 cluster and a few days later M50 and NGC 2343. Finally, at the end of October it will pass NGC 2362.
For myself, gaining a larger view of the universe always helps me transcend the day to day struggles. I know I could use more energy, more awareness, more insight and inspiration. Star light and star codes and this universal wisdom feeds me energetically at very deep levels. These stellar light codes also communicate directly into your body, via the pineal gland. Via photons right to your DNA and cellular structure. These light encoded opportunities give us all an opportunity to updgrade and recalibrate the DNA. They deliver right to your doorstep, your windows, your eyeballs, your human energy field vital life force, prana. Engaging with this is a knowing on purpose way multiplies the benefits and effects.
Plus, it’s just plain fun to geek out and read about uplifting things!!
Thanks for reading all the way to the end here. You must indeed be a galactic conductor of LIGHT!!
If you want to know some of my sources or desire further reading, see resource list below.
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