Equinox Insights

 

Both the Spring and Autumn Equinox activate additional opportunities to Change Ourselves and our World…

The upcoming March Equinox is exact on March 20, 2019 at 02:59 pm Pacific Time or 05:59 pm Eastern

With an exact Libra FULL Moon within less than 4 hours of the exact Equinox means it is possible to see the Full Moon Rising as the Sun is setting as shown in the image above with the Moon at 00 Libra 49.
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This is High Magic worth witnessing if you have clear skies watching the Moon rise so close to the Sun set and vice versa the next morning. If you haven’t ever had this experience it is a powerful way to tune into the magic of the Great Above as it touches the Earth here in Our Great Below experience.
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The Libra Full Moon brings to fruition what we have been energizing through our thoughts and actions around relationship with self and others. When we have done our personal work, then we are more likely to experience co-creative passionate, productive, harmonious, joyous, fun, loving intimate relationships.
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The first and foremost important primary conscious relationship is the one you are having with our Self. Continuing to release any attachments you may still have to images and illusions of some idealized relationship perfection or how you have been trained to believe it should be is highly recommended so you can experience the real beauty of healthy collaborative, co-creative relationships where you accomplish so much more together than you ever could on our own.
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The 19 Year Moon Cycle
The last time a Full Moon happened so precisely at the Equinox was 19 years ago at the March 2000 equinox with the Full Moon at 29 Virgo 52 late on March 19 around 11:44 pm Eastern 9:44 pm Pacific.
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In 2019 the Full Moon is exact at 6:43 pm Pacific, 9:43 pm Eastern with the Equinox moment having happened 3.5+ hours before, demonstrating the 19 year Lunar Return.
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The Synodic Cycles of the Moon (including the 19 year Sun Moon Return), Venus, Mars and Mercury are covered in depth in this online class where you can find out how to calculate when these cycles are personally affecting you or those you know.

Equinox Sun
At the Equinox, the Sun is tracking due East and due West all over the planet no matter how far North or South you are creating a balance of day and night or light and dark. This means the days and nights are equal in length. (More on Celebrating the Equinoxes HERE)

Equinox Cracks in the Earth’s Magnetic Field and the Arctic Lights

Researchers have found openings or cracks in the Earth’s magnetic field occur around the time of the Equinoxes, most especially the March Equinox.

40 years ago two researchers Researchers noticed this phenomenon (known as the Russell-McPherron effect) when the Solar wind pours through these cracks fueling the Arctic Lights (or Northern Lights in the Northern Hemisphere).

This image was taken on March 4, 2019 in Fairbanks, Alaska.

The Earth is surrounded by a magnetic force field, creating a space bubble around the Earth known as – the magnetosphere – tens of thousands of miles wide shielding and protecting the Earth from Solar Storms.

NASA’s IMAGE spacecraft and the joint NASA/European Space Agency Cluster satellites have observed immense cracks develop in Earth’s magnetosphere that remain open for hours.

This type of event is most likely to occur around the Equinoxes and most especially the March Equinox called “Equinox Cracks” that may show up as small as California and as BIG as the entire planet.

While these cracks are open, magnetic fields on Earth are connected to those on the Sun activating the Aurora Borealis (Arctic Lights).

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Spaceweather.com shared about a ‘Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement’ called STEVE that happened at the edge of space over Alaska March 24, 2018

A hot ribbon of ionized gas snaked through Earth’s magnetospher over 124 miles above Anchorage, creating a luminous arc that rivaled the Moon in brightness. This is an Aurora like phenomenon that is only just beginning to be understood.
 
Donovan and a team of colleagues led by Elizabeth MacDonald of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center have just published a paper on STEVE. In it, they confirm that STEVE is distinct from ordinary auroras, usually appearing to the south of active Northern Lights. The mauve and purple colored arc, they say, is related to rivers of gas called “subauroral ion drifts” (SAIDs), which flow through Earth’s magnetic field at locally supersonic speeds. SAIDs tend to appear in Spring and Fall, more so than in Winter and Summer, which accounts for STEVE being sighted most often around equinoxes.
 

This last point means that NOW is the season for STEVE. The onset of northern Spring seems to lure the arc out of winter hiding. 
What will the 2019 March Equinox bring?
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The Power of the Equinox With the Galactic Center Overhead

The Cognitive Sciences Laboratory in Palo Alto, California, has studied natural clairvoyant, clairsentient, clairaudient, ESP abilities. They discovered a specific window of time that consistently increased the accuracy of their test group by 400%. What they found is when Local Sidereal Time featured Galactic Center overhead (no matter the time of day) it supported more efficient use of everyone’s psychic talents.

This was first recognized by researchers at Bell Laboratory when they accidently began picking up radio emission from billions of suns in our Galaxy. They noticed this happened when Galactic Center was directly overhead. It helps to know the time this occurs as it shifts to 4 minutes earlier than the day before.

This means every 23 hours and 56 minutes, humanity has access to a doorway for connecting with cosmic energies that could change the world if intentionally energized. Imagine if we all gathered as a collective wave of intention to change the world transforming all the lower vibrational frequencies of fear, anxiety, survival, greed, judgment, power over others, etc to higher frequencies of Love, Joy, Compassion, Acceptance, Collaboration and Cooperation.

If we all spent time everyday sending loving energies with the intent to birth the New Earth in all her glory for the benefit of all life on our beautiful home planet, the transformation of this reality could happen “in the twinkling of an eye” especially if we coordinated with the Local Sidereal Time when Galactic Center is overhead.

I looked for the Sidereal Time of Galactic Center Overhead and the best I could find was when Galactic Center was on the Midheaven. Close enough if we are using 30 minutes before and after for the entire window.

On the Equinox March 20 access to this doorway of intention and possibilities is around 6:18 am PDT. The exact time shifts based on how far North or South you are but if you tune in anywhere within 30 minutes to an hour before or after the times given you can still catch the window. These times will be close to your Time Zone but again your latitude can make a difference in the exact time. For example, San Francisco the exact point on March 20 is 7:05 am. San Diego is 6:45 am and New York is 6:52 am in those locations based on their current time zones.

Everyday the center point of this portal shifts to 4 minutes earlier. The Times listed in the Table below are approximate as each year the exact time may shift slightly. Also, your latitude may shift the time somewhat so remember this is an estimated time to use.

Date Galactic Center Midheaven Rounded to nearest minute
March 01 7:34 am Local Time
March 02 7:30 am Local Time
March 03 7:26 am Local Time
March 04 7:22 am Local Time
March 05 7:18 am Local Time
March 06 7:14 am Local Time
March 07 7:10 am Local Time
March 08 7:06 am Local Time
March 09 7:02 am Local Time
March 10 6:58 am Local Time
March 11 6:54 am Local Time
March 12 6:50 am Local Time
March 13 6:46 am Local Time
March 14 6:42 am Local Time
March 15 6:38 am Local Time
March 16 6:34 am Local Time
March 17 6:30 am Local Time
March 18 6:26 am Local Time
March 19 6:22 am Local Time
March 20 6:18 am Local Time
March 21 6:14 am Local Time
March 22 6:10 am Local Time
March 23 6:06 am Local Time
March 24 6:02 am Local Time
March 25 5:58 am Local Time
March 26 5:54 am Local Time
March 27 5:50 am Local Time
March 28 5:46 am Local Time
March 29 5:42 am Local Time
March 30 5:38 am Local Time
March 31 5:34 am Local Time

Comments

  1. Hi Cayelin,
    I live in Melbourne, Australia. Could you give me some info. that would help me? to work out when it is at the MC for that location?
    many thanks in advance
    Manika

    • Hi Manika, It looks like March 20 in Melbourne GC is overhead around 6:19 am so March 21 is 6:15 am, March 22 is 6:11 am, March 23 is 6:07 am etc. If you can run charts you are looking for 27 Sagittarius 07 on the Midheaven in whatever location you are at. Hope that helps! 🙂

  2. Hi.
    My confusion with this is.
    Living in mountain standard time…so add an hour…from pacific time…
    Now how do we adjust for daylight savings time..unfortunately here in NM we have daylight savings time…
    Yes would love a monthly chart information on this or a website that has it calculated…
    Thank you.
    Chyraelle

    • Hi Chyraelle,
      The times are calculated for Pacific Daylight Time but can be used for local time meaning MDT is close as the sky is turning overhead and shifting close to the times given in your locale. Galactic Center (GC) is directly overhead in South Western New Mexico around 7:08 am March 20. So that means March 21st its 7:04 am and March 22nd its 7:00 am and so on…I ran the charts for the GC on the Mid Heaven (highest point of the ecliptic) and that takes time to do so I won’t be doing other months anytime soon. Not sure if there is a website with the calculations for other locations and times. However, as mentioned in the article it doesn’t have to be the exact time but within 15 to 30 minutes of either side of the exact time will also be potent! Plus if you subtract 4 minutes each day from the times given you will be very close to connecting with GC when its over head. 🙂

  3. Hi Cayelin,
    Thanks for this information about the overhead galactic window and the accompanying chart of times. Would you include a chart like this each month, please.
    Christine

    • Hi Christine, You are welcome. I am not seeing me creating additional tables anytime soon due to the amount of time it takes to put this together. However, you can get close by just subtracting four minutes each day. For example, April 1 would be around 5:30 am and April 2 around 5:26 am, April 3 around 5:22 am and so on. As mentioned in the article a lot of the timing is dependent on your latitude as well. 🙂

    • Hi Christine, As I mentioned in previous response it takes a lot of time to create the tables so I don’t see my self doing it anytime soon. However, if you are ambitious you can subtract 4 minutes each day and have a sense when GC is directly overhead. 🙂

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