Galactic Alignment with the Full Moon
on the Winter Solstice
December 22, 1999
copyright © 1999 Nathan Vogal
The Full Moon on the Winter Solstice on December 22, 1999 is like the sweep second hand aligning with the minute and hour hand at midnight of a twenty six thousand year cycle. If there is one moment which represents the exact fold point of the transition in our time this is it.
This year the axis of the solstices is aligned with the plane of the center of the Galaxy. Thus, on the Winter Solstice at the turn of the Millennium, the Galaxy is perfectly aligned with the Sun. And, because the Full Moon falls on the Winter Solstice this year, the line of the Earth, Sun and Moon, as well as the plane defined by the Earth's axis with respect to the ecliptic, are all aligned with the direction to the center of the Galaxy. Also, as has been widely reported, the Moon is at perigee, its closest point to the Earth on the Solstice, so it will appear brighter than normal. All of these factors taken together suggest that this miraculous alignment, falling just on the eve of an otherwise apparently arbitrary but collectively psychically charged date, constitutes an indicator of a fold point in the long term sweep of history spanning 6,500 years.
Here's how it works
Links to others who have independently come to similar conclusions
Astronomical Information on the Alignment
but I thought this galactic alignment didn't happen until 2012?
clarification about how common this perigee is - from the AP wire
What I think this signifies