Northern Lights and the pending Spring Equinox — not forgetting the Solar Eclipse


LINK: Northern Lights Pictures Flood Twitter As North England Treated To Aurora Borealis.

Click the link and check out the Huffington Post UK’s brilliant compilation of reader pictures from last nights Northern Lights display that hit England.  For those elsewhere, the Northern Lights are rarely seen as far south as England and Ireland — generally, you would travel to Northern Scotland to catch even a glimpse.

With such a wondrous event occurring mere days before the Spring Equinox, ones mind begins to wonder at what may be unfolding.

Further consideration is then required once the perfect synchronisation of the solar eclipse on Friday is realised.  A solar eclipse timed perfectly with the Spring Equinox?  A thousand years ago and the indigenous peoples of Northern Europe would have engaged in mass suicide at the sight of the Sun they welcomed back at the end of Winter then being devoured before their eyes in a solar eclipse!  Add in the coincidence that the Northern Lights have reached further south than normal — into the very regions which will witness the eclipse and you have a threefold event.

Meditation upon the possible significance is a pre-requisite.  There are more variants upon the symbology of this three-fold coincidence than I would care to describe here and now.

In summary:  Massive Northern Lights display in Northern Europe in the days preceding the Northern Hemisphere Spring Equinox and a solar eclipse in Norther Europe.  My mind is buzzing at the synchronicity here.  Tie this with the fact that I made a very symbolic adjustment to my own appearance last night and my mind just hit the ceiling.

Excuse me whilst I collect my mind from the light fittings!




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