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Pedro Marques Santana:
Timeline Photos Yoga in a cave followed by a lunch picnic here yesterday.
Lunar Eclipse Flow + Crystal Reiki sessions by the sea today.
Freediving in Dean's Blue Hole tomorrow.
...You should be here.
Photo by my lovely yogi mermaid student, Edita Jusufovic — with Edita Jusufovic.
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Video timelapse of the "blood moon" lunar eclipse on 8 Oct 2014 from Australia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5HG25pGob4 Want to see more like this? Follow us on http://www.facebook.com/artFido This video was shot in Canberra, Australia. Stargazers were treated to a rare sight ...
Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5HG25pGob4
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Timeline Photos "THE ECLIPSE PORTAL : ends in 4 DAYS: The weekend has been huge. Yes? Beautiful, heart and soul openings have been on offer. Have you accepted? An X1 Class solar flare added vibrancy and cosmic light cleansing us of all the negativity which has risen in our lives since the Total Lunar Eclipse. You are being purged, let it go and be released into your flow. We have only 4 days till New Moon Solar Eclipse ends this two weeks of amazing opportunities.
Join me each day for the full story on how to work this energy (written for the globe no matter where you live) in the NEW 22 page issue of The Tip-Off Global Energy Forecast. Not since 1996 have this week's opportunities been available to you and they won't be back again until 2032. It's an important week to rise."
~~ Elizabeth Peru
Please JOIN me Roshandra in the PRIVATE MOON PUJA class on line during this amazing NEW MOON time and ECLIPSE
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APOD 2014 October APOD: Sunspots and Solar Eclipse (2014 Oct 25)
Image Credit & Copyright: Michael Bolte (UCSC)
Explanation: A New Moon joined giant sunspot group AR 2192 to dim the bright solar disk during Thursday's much anticipated partial solar eclipse. Visible from much of North America, the Moon's broad silhouette is captured in this extreme telephoto snapshot near eclipse maximum from Santa Cruz, California. About the size of Jupiter, the remarkable AR 2192 itself darkens a noticeable fraction of the Sun, near center and below the curved lunar limb. As the sunspot group slowly rotates across the Sun and out of view in the coming days its activity is difficult to forecast. But the timing of solar eclipses is easier to predict. The next will be a total solar eclipse on March 20, 2015.
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