Btw… The Lunar eclipse is today….
The movie link is now gone at www.spaceweather.com. However, I noticed their site has now posted a reference to some people writing to them because they believed the sunspots and some crop circles were somehow connected and predicted a solar storm to happen today. (Solar storm is highly unlikely.)
I realize the idea presented might be from a notion that crop circles on earth are similar to, or reflective of, sun spots on the sun. But….. as metaphysical as I might be, I must say that this idea is not logical to me. Especially knowing just how many hoaxes there are. (Though I also don’t quite buy the stoned wallabies theory either.)
As numerologists, we operate from the idea that this universe is founded upon number and pattern. That this plane of existence, by spiritual law even, operates from a set of patterns, standards, tendencies and law. These laws can be bent at times, however, everything does operate from a framework that at it’s core is “logical” and references pattern. (There’s an excellent book out there called “The Reflexive Universe” by Arthur Young that talks about this tendency of pattern and even growth.)
Spiritually speaking we can talk about physical events and experiences as having a spiritual meaning to our soul, which is not completely bound by the physical plane. But cause and effect on the physical plane alone is different.
Personally, I see things like sun spots and magnetars as influential on a spiritual level as a planetary retrograde. Logically, IF you accept that a Mercury Retrograde has effect upon us, then by far, so must things like sun spots and magnetic radioactive waves unleashed by the closest magnetars be considered too. If it’s strong enough to knock out a satellite, my feeling is then whether we’re conscious of it or not, it has at least a spiritual effect as well. (If you’re interested in magnetars from an astrological point of view, check out www.astropro.com for his article on the subject.)
The point: when I take note of celestial events, it’s largely because I’m considering the spiritual impact of this system we live in, not too unlike the impact of one organ of our body upon another. I’m looking for the pattern. Numerology operates in layers upon layers. You are the center of your own universe. But who you live with, where you live, etc. – in all it’s layers – also have an effect upon your reality as the vibrations interact with your own unique chord vibration. Spiritual impacts generally add stresses to us. And as I am wont to tome, it’s not what happens to you, but what you do with it. A Healthy Life is always Interesting at it’s very least.
Numerology and Astrology and Palmistry and all the rest are simply tools to help remind us that life has it’s reasons and that what this existence is really about is how graceful and lovingly you Live and Choose.
I do find planetary sized sun spots in clusters to be very interesting spiritually, especially when they coincide with Master Number events. And in my never-ending QUEST FOR THE PATTERN what I note is this: First, the super sun spots materializing on July 4th – the Master Number 22 day, indicating the US entering a 22 cycle. And now the cluster beginning to wane on July 7th, the day of our next lunar eclipse. I already noted an arc of influence between these two dates – the Super Sun Spot’s appearance just reinforced this idea of energetic influence. Such events happen regularly, but in today’s world, when I observe these events layering up upon one another or colliding, I get more interested. So if you’re wondering about all this on a more spiritual level, that would be my 2 cents view.
www.spaceweather.com does post that: “A solar wind stream flowing from the indicated coronal hole could reach Earth on or about July 12th.” July 11th is a date of numerological impact, so of course I’m curiously watching.
Humanity has always looked to the heavens for signs and understanding of our existence, whether on a soul level, or simply to understand scientifically why something like the vast universe exists, how it works and how it relates to our own little corner. And perhaps to simply pull us back out of the mundane and remind us of how incredibly miraculous it is to exist at all.