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Remaining Significant Energy Dates of 2011

Remaining Significant Energy Dates of 2011



June 2011



New Moon - June 1, 21:03

Partial Solar Eclipse. June 1 - The partial eclipse will be visible in most parts eastern Asia, Alaska, northern Canada, and Greenland. But keep in mind the Energy of Eclipses are effecting the entire planet through the Crystalline and Gravity Grids & the energy is felt by ALL. An excellent time for taking action for manifesting.

Neptune Goes Retrograde - June 3rd

June 13-Saturn Goes Direct

Full Moon - June 15, 20:14 - Extreme Power Date - Full Moon of the Purple Ray

Full Moon Total Lunar Eclipse. June 15 - The Full-Moon Total Lunar Eclipse will be visible throughout most of South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia

June Solstice - June 21 - Powerful Day for contemplation and creation.



July 2011


New Moon - July 1, 08:54

Partial Solar Eclipse. July 1 - This partial eclipse will only be visible off the coast of Antarctica, but is occurring during the New moon and will effect the entire planet energetically. Excellent time for meditation, inner clearing and renewal.Set intent !

Uranus Goes Retrograde- Jul 10

Full Moon - July 15, Full Moon of the Golden Ray

Southern Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower. July 28, 29 - The Delta Aquarids will be in the constellation Aquarius.

New Moon - July 30, 18:40



August 2011

Aug 3- Mercury Goes Retrograde

Perseids Meteor Shower Peak: August 12, 13 - The Perseids is one of the best meteor showers to observe, producing up to 60 meteors per hour at their climax..The radiant point for this shower will be in the constellation Perseus


Full Moon - August 13, Full Moon of the Blue Ray

August 15 : Comet Honda

August 22 - Neptune at Opposition. The blue planet will be at its closest approach to Earth.

Aug 26 - Mercury Goes Direct



New Moon - August 29, 03:04

Aug 30 - Jupiter Goes Retrograde



September 2011


Full Moon - September 12, -Full Moon of the Golden Ray

Sept 16 - Pluto Goes Direct

September 23 - The Autumnal Equinox occurs in the northern hemisphere at 09:04 UT.

September 25 - Uranus at Opposition. The blue-green planet will be at its closest approach to Earth.



New Moon - September 27, 11:09



October 2011


Full Moon - October 12, -Full Moon of the Silver Ray

Orionids Meteor Shower: October 21, 22

New Moon - October 26, 19:56

October 29 - Jupiter at Opposition. The giant planet will be at its closest approach to Earth



November 2011

Nov 9 - Neptune Completes Retrograde and Goes Direct
Full Moon - November 10th - Full Moon of the Diamond Ray

The 11-11-11 - Extreme significant energy. Triple Date Portal. November 11 at 11:11 am- Crystalline Recoding of the Planet - Mer-Ka-Na Transition and Activation of Master Crystals-The Crystal of Multidimensional Interface, and activation of the Crystalline Sun Disc.

Leonids Meteor Shower. November 17, 18 : The Leonids is one of the better meteor showers to observe, radiating from the constellation Leo

Mercury Goes Into Retrograde- Nov 24

New Moon - November 25, 06:10

November 25 - Partial Solar Eclipse. This partial eclipse will only be visible over Antarctica and parts of South Africa and Tasmania.



December 2011


Full Moon - December 10, Full Moon of the Pink Ray

Total Lunar Eclipse. December 10 - The eclipse will be visible throughout most of Europe, eastern Africa, Asia, Australia, the Pacific Ocean, and the North America.

Uranus Completes retrograde and Goes Direct - Dec 10

Geminids Meteor Shower. December 13, 14 - Considered by many to be the best meteor shower in the heavens, the Geminids are known for producing up to 60 multicolored meteors per hour at their peak. The radiant point for this shower will be in the constellation Gemini.

Dec 14 - Mercury Goes Direct

Solstice December 21 - occurs in the northern hemisphere at 05:30 UT. The Sun is at its lowest point in the sky and it will be the shortest day of the year. This is also the first day of winter

New Moon - December 24, 18:06

Dec 25- J upiter Goes Direct



Remaining Eclipses of 2011







2011 Jun 01: Partial Solar Eclipse



2011 Jun 15: Total Lunar Eclipse



2011 Jul 01: Partial Solar Eclipse



2011 Nov 25: Partial Solar Eclipse



2011 Dec 10: Total Lunar Eclipse






All Eclipse, Equinox & Solstice Timings Shown in UT (GMT)

2011


Vernal Equinox
Mar 20 2011
23:31 UT


Summer Solstice
Jun 21 2011
17:16 UT


Autumnal Equinox
Sep 23 2011
09:04 UT


Winter Solstice
Dec 22 2011
05:30 UT






2011 Planetary Retrogrades:
In 2011, Mercury, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune & Pluto are in standard retrogrades. Venus and Mars do not go retro in 2011.
The energy of a retrograde planet is expressed more on an inner level Sometimes the individual has difficulty expressing the energy outwardly. Some part of that planets energy is held back. Retrograde planets often cause one to stop and reconsider the consequences, so that spontaneous expression is blocked in some way, yet inner exploration is enhanced. As such the outward behavior becomes exaggerated in an attempt to reconcile the inner doubts.











Remaining 2011
Full Moon Dates
Peak Full-Moon Times are listed in Universal Time (UT -GMT)


June 15 20:13

June 15-Lunar Eclipse Total (Umbral)

July 15 06:40
August 13 18:58
September 12 09:27
October 12 02:06
Novovember 10 20:16
December 10 14:36 - Lunar Eclipse Total (Umbral)

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