Nibiru, the mythological planet X has been in the limelight for quite a long time; filling up the stalls with one and a thousand explanatory articles about what exactly is Planet X. Nibiru is equal to the End of the World; long predicted- this time it was on the 23rd September, 2017. Now that we have passed through it, there is a new date; October 12th - yes this month itself! NASA denied the existence of Nibiru - The Rogue Planet but still the helplessness or incomplete knowledge of the vast spread of galaxies and planets out there leave us all dumb.
A drafted Timeline taken from the predictions from Telegraph:
So what is all the story behind?
It is simply not a story. The hard part is that One day the world will come to an end - a definite truth! Both religious and scientific predictions are there; it is up to you to decide if you want to turn a deaf ear to that or give it a thought why you should bother. Why should you bother actually?
Regardless of all these debates, it is undeniable that the Nibiru mystery is indeed a powerful marketing tool, stealing the show from batman and superman! We are now Nibiru!
"Everything in this Universe, including you is vibrating at a frequency. This is because you and everything around you is energy.
The energy of the Earth vibrates at a 528Hz frequency which is the same frequency as Love, the Universal Healer.
... We are all energy so it makes sense that the different energies around us can influence us on a physical, emotional and spiritual level." Read More
Solar and Lunar Eclipses Worldwide – Next 10 Years
When darkness falls on the Sun, we are called to shed our egos and bare our soul. Suddenly our soul, which is only revealed in the darkness of the night, is there for all to see under the light!
This Solar Eclipse is about exposing our true selves and about honoring who we truly are. It is about shedding the masks we have been wearing so we can connect with our true essence and start fresh.
Reveal thyself. Reveal thyself.
This is a powerful message for this Eclipse. Read More
Northern Hemisphere full moon names by month:
January: Old Moon, Moon After Yule
February: Snow Moon, Hunger Moon, Wolf Moon
March: Sap Moon, Crow Moon, Lenten Moon
April: Grass Moon, Egg Moon, Pink Moon
May: Flower Moon, Planting Moon, Milk Moon
June: Rose Moon, Flower Moon, Strawberry Moon
July: Thunder Moon, Hay Moon
August: Green Corn Moon, Grain Moon
September: Fruit Moon, Harvest Moon
October: Harvest Moon, Hunter’s Moon
November: Hunter’s Moon, Frosty Moon, or Beaver Moon
December: Moon Before Yule, or Long Night Moon
Southern Hemisphere full moon names by month:
January: Hay Moon, Buck Moon, Thunder Moon, Mead Moon
February (mid-summer): Grain Moon, Sturgeon Moon, Red Moon, Wyrt Moon, Corn Moon, Dog Moon, Barley Moon
March: Harvest Moon, Corn Moon
April: Harvest Moon, Hunter’s Moon, Blood Moon
May: Hunter’s Moon, Beaver Moon, Frost Moon
June: Oak Moon, Cold Moon, Long Night’s Moon
July: Wolf Moon, Old Moon, Ice Moon
August: Snow Moon, Storm Moon, Hunger Moon, Wolf Moon
September: Worm Moon, Lenten Moon, Crow Moon, Sugar Moon, Chaste Moon, Sap Moon
October: Egg Moon, Fish Moon, Seed Moon, Pink Moon, Waking Moon
November: Corn Moon, Milk Moon, Flower Moon, Hare Moon
December: Strawberry Moon, Honey Moon, Rose Moon
About once every 19 years, February has no full moon at all.
Moreover, in 7 out of every 19 years, two full moons will fall in the same calendar month. And in a year where February has no full moon at all, like in the year 2018, you can actually have two full moons in January and two full moons in March, in which case you have 8 calendar months with 2 full moons in one 19-year lunar cycle. The second of the month’s two full moons is popularly referred to as a Blue Moon. Read about the next Blue Moon.
What is a meteor shower?
A meteor shower is a spike in the number of meteors or "shooting stars" that streak through the night sky.
Most meteor showers are spawned by comets. As a comet orbits the Sun it sheds an icy, dusty debris stream along its orbit. If Earth travels through this stream, we will see a meteor shower. Although the meteors can appear anywhere in the sky, if you trace their paths, the meteors in each shower appear to "rain" into the sky from the same region.
Meteor showers are named for the constellation that coincides with this region in the sky, a spot known as the radiant. For instance, the radiant for the Leonid meteor shower is in the constellation Leo. The Perseid meteor shower is so named because meteors appear to fall from a point in the constellation Perseus.
What are shooting stars?
"Shooting stars" and "falling stars" are both names that describe meteors -- streaks of light across the night sky caused by small bits of interplanetary rock and debris called meteoroids vaporizing high in Earth's upper atmosphere. Traveling at tens of thousands of miles an hour, meteoroids quickly ignite from the searing friction with the atmosphere, 30 to 80 miles above the ground. Almost all are destroyed in this process; the rare few that survive and hit the ground are known as meteorites.
When a meteor appears, it seems to "shoot" quickly across the sky, and its small size and intense brightness might make you think it is a star. If you're lucky enough to spot a meteorite (a meteor that makes it all the way to the ground), and see where it hits, it's easy to think you just saw a star "fall."
Above Definition from Here
Nibiru is around or will be...The surprising fact is the way people perceive a planetary collision - talking about planet as if they were cars bumping each other. Theories and strategies are being written and it is more like an entertainment subject. On many sites, authors are asking people how they will be spending this Nibiru time. Here is an example:
If tomorrow is the End of the World, what would you do ? Choose from below:
A. Spend all my money
B. Call all my relatives at my place for a party
C. Sit with family and friends and watch a thrilling movie eating lots of MacDonalds and KFC
D. I don't believe in that
F. I don't care
Have you heard about the Doomsday Clock ?
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