My Bad!

Let me start out by acknowledging and thanking all the folks from Australia and New Zealand for their increased interest in my site. Even folks from Malaysia and Indonesia have increased their visits over the last few months. To all of you I want to say “THANK YOU” for your visits and I genuinely hope you have found something here that has helped you or at least been edifying. Thank you again.

It has always been said of me, even as a child, that when I screwed up it was a major event.


In my last 2 articles I mentioned the lack of a Super Cycle in November/December. This is very odd but we did start the year out in a cycle. Then, Brother Joe Dumond and Brother Mark Webb and I met on April 25th and, Brother Mark mentioned the lunar eclipse on November 19th. When he did that date clicked, even in my hard head, that yes there is a lunar eclipse in November on the 19th. After the interview I checked my list of eclipses for the decade of 2020-2029 and there was no eclipse showing on the list. I had downloaded the list from a secondary source and so I immediately went to NASA, whom I consider my primary source, and there was November 18-19, 2021 big as life. What happened? Perhaps it did not print because of a header/footer issue. Maybe that source, at that time, had not completely loaded all the data. I’m not sure and I am not making any excuses except that I should have been more careful and used only NASA tables.


I will begin calculating the Super Cycle for this event later this summer but just looking at the raw data I have concerns and some room for hope. Concerns: 1) Very large influence over the Pacific Ocean region, affecting North and South America; Australia, New Zealand, all of Southeast Asia, China, much of the Russian Federation and once again, parts of Northern Europe. Hopes: 1) Very short duration solar eclipse mostly over Antarctica, southern South America and a little of South Africa. 2) The lunar eclipse IS a partial eclipse but just barely. There is hope there but, I will say that I am cautiously optimistic. A low intensity solar eclipse centered on the South Pole coupled with a partial lunar eclipse should be good news but the location of the lunar eclipse and the fact that is about 96% complete is cause for a great deal of concern for me. I have not worked on the Spring of ’22 eclipse yet but the lunar eclipse looks scary but once again we do have a low intensity solar eclipse centered once again on the South Pole.

Okay, that is all I have and once again I want to own up to my mistake and say that I will try to do better and be more careful in the future.

Num 6:22  And יהוה spoke to Mosheh, saying, 
Num 6:23  “Speak to Aharon and his sons, saying, ‘This is how you bless the children of Yisra’ěl. Say to them: 
Num 6:24  “יהוה bless you and guard you; 
Num 6:25  יהוה make His face shine upon you, and show favour to you; 
Num 6:26  יהוה lift up His face upon you, and give you peace.” ’ 
Num 6:27  “Thus they shall put My Name on the children of Yisra’ěl, and I Myself shall bless them.”