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The Solar Eclipses of 2017 and 2015

Post by Tryphosa on Tue Jul 22 2014, 20:54

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The Solar Eclipses of 2017 and 2015
by Daniel Matsen
July 15, 2014
In the previous article concerning the Great Sign of Revelation 12, a 400 day connection was found to Yom Kippur 2017 via a conjunction of Venus and Jupiter on August 27, 2016. However, there is another sign to note. It is the solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. From this eclipse it is 40 days until Yom Kippur 2017, which is on September 30.  Before the modern Hebrew calendar, from Elul 1 until the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) it was 40 days and known as the Season of Repentance.  The modern Hebrew Calendar gives us 39 days from Elul 1 to Yom Kippur. The total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017 essentially begins this traditional 40 day Season of Repentance.

The diagram on the right depicts the moment of the eclipse of the sun at the heart of Leo next to Regulus. Thirty days later Venus will conjunct with Regulus just before the Feast of Trumpets. A total solar eclipse just before Elul 1 last occurred on August 11, 1999. The next total solar eclipse after 2017 at the time of Elul 1 is August 12, 2026. However, only the eclipse of 2017 is next to Regulus. Since the rebirth of Israel in 1948, no other total solar eclipse occurs next to Regulus (star of the King) kicking off the Season of Repentance. This sign then adds to the matrix of signs at this time.  Those signs in the heavens are found in the articles that follow:   The Great Sign of Revelation 12 occurs in 2017,  Coincidences of the Tetrad Trio,  The Oracle in Stone - The Great Pyramid.

One of the problems in initially including this sign was for the fact that it will not be visible in the lands of the Bible. As shown on the map below, it is largely limited to the Americas. However, the eclipse’s location near Regulus seems to be one of the more significant details of the sign. However, after the release of Jonathan Cahn’s, The Harbinger, too often the significance of America has been dismissed. America was a nation founded by Christians for religious liberty that has benefited the world through missionary outreach. Is it not appropriate that at the close of the Church age that this eclipse be a sign impacting the area that has been important to the Church at its end? After all, it would appear that after the Rapture of the Church, the weak or negligent allies of Israel are judged by God in Ezekiel 38-39.    - See more at: http://watchfortheday.org/leoeclipse.html#sthash.3DmZ6bWq.dpuf

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Post by Tryphosa on Mon Aug 21 2017, 23:12

Argree Aska, it was AWESOME! We spent our eclipse time in Lusk Wyoming, just got back this evening.
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Post by Tryphosa on Mon Aug 21 2017, 23:36

Jarhead wrote:Thinking of driving 90 miles for totality ~ it will depend on the weather.  I have until noon to decide.

I went, Fronk stayed here, he took his 1 pair of eclipse glasses and shared them with about 30 people. They stepped out of the workplace and passed them down the line.
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Post by Jarhead on Tue Aug 22 2017, 06:49

Great report, Ask!  Thanks for sharing.  I was in a 98% area and was going to drive 100 miles up to Carolina to see the totality, but they were forecasting clouds/rain, so I stayed.

Then, an hour before the eclipse hit my area the clouds/rain rolled into my location.  Could not see the sun at all.

I did, of course, watch it online, but sure would have enjoyed the 1st hand view.  I'm so very glad YOU got to see it and am now waiting for Tyo & Tryph's report on their journey!
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Post by Tryphena on Tue Aug 22 2017, 22:16

We had the honor of viewing the solar eclipse from the least populated county seat of the least populated county of the least populated state. And yep, there was an incredible amount of traffic.
Lusk opened their fairgrounds & charged a modest fee for parking, porta-potties & a butte to climb for an awesome eclipse experience (optional). I wonder if it is the only fairgrounds in the country that has it's own butte. The town certainly put out a warm welcome & the people are friendly.

As the moon covers the sun is very cool. We did not see shadow bands or Bailey's beads. The darkening gets a strange grey. The corona of huge silvery-pearly-white sheer ribbons billowing out from behind the moon-blacked out sun is one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen.
Venus was very clear, I looked for Regulus but did not see it, but knowing Regulus was receiving it's from 'kiss' from the eclipsing sun & moon. When the sun re-appeared in the 'wedding ring' the light seemed to cast us in a spotlight, was very cool.
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Post by Jarhead on Wed Aug 23 2017, 09:31

An honor, indeed ~ so thrilled for you ~ I got goosebumps just reading!
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Post by Tryphosa on Wed Aug 23 2017, 11:16

Thanks for the article Tryph, tried to find articles on line, not alot
Our traffic was very heavy, but it pretty much kept moving.  The town of Lusk was an excellent host. Weather perfect! Six word summary: Loved Lucky Lusk! Exceptional Eclipse Experience!  The corona was beautiful, the wedding ring was too blinding (needed the glasses for that, oops) did see Venus.  Did not get as dark as I thought it might, more like twilight, thought I would see a stark shadow coming but it was more like a dark fog or the looks of a heavy rain moving in.  We watch the hills (buttes) in the distance, three hills had dark green fur trees covering them, one was completely bare of trees, that was the hill that totally disappeared in the eclipse, then I knew it was here.  Most people were looking up, I was looking at the horizon, then looked up and saw the corona appearing. The light of the wedding ring was like a spot light on us, seemed like Acts 9:3 without the voice, And as he journeyed, he came near Damascus: and suddenly there shined round about him a light from heaven: Acts 9:3 Yep, an awesome experience!
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Post by Jarhead on Thu Aug 24 2017, 02:45

Wow...
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