Celebrating Winter Solstice 2014

Winter Solstice is an astronomical phenomenon occurring in December every year when Sun's elevation with respect to Earth reaches its lowest value (-25.5 degrees). It is accompanied by the longest day on South Pole and the longest night on North Pole of Earth. In 2013, it occurs at 17:11 UTC on December 21. For the Northern Hemisphere, at the moment of winter solstice, the sun is at its greatest height as observed from the South Pole. Similarly, for the Southern Hemisphere, at the moment of … [Read more...]

12 ~ 12 ~ 12

12 ~ 12 ~ 12 What are people are doing for this day?   The day -- better known as 12/12/12 -- is one of "energetic significance."   When all the numbers in the date are added up one by one (1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 0 + 1 + 2), they equal 11, which is a very powerful number. "It's going to an upbeat day of luck, expansion and Joy, even though it's the dark of the moon," Ackerman told HuffPost. "But do this with caution: Too much optimism could prompt over-reaching and crazy … [Read more...]

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