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Some parts of the world will get a treat from November 13 – November 14, 2012 as a total solar eclipse will be visible in northeastern Australia and to the rest of the world through live stream video online.

On Wednesday, Nov. 14, when the sun rises in Australia, residents and tourists in Cairns in Queensland will be able to see the exciting event when the moon completely covers the sun for about two minutes in the eastern sky. This will be the first total solar eclipse in two years.

Those planning to watch the total solar eclipse in person need to take caution as it is very dangerous to look directly at the sun. Standard sunglasses do not offer enough protection. Those who want to see it with their own eyes may want to purchase special solar filters for telescopes or binoculars.

Those in North America who want to watch the solar eclipse will be able to catch it online on Tuesday, Nov. 13 due to the time difference.

The next total solar eclipse in the North Atlantic will take place in March 2015.

Later this week, many across the world will be able to see the Leonid meteor shower. The impressive “shooting star” show will peak on Nov. 17 and Nov. 20.

The Solar Eclipse adds to the power of the New Moon and Your Transformation. For those Born on the 13th..this will give a huge Shift that you have waited for in Creativity.

Let this time be the catalyst for You becoming YOU.
Stay in Harmony “no matter what is taking place on the outside” and place your awareness within.

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Comments on: "Total Solar Eclipse From November 13 – November 14, 2012" (5)

  1. you are so great about reminding us to look to the skies! all week i have been hoping for a glimpse of early leonids, but alas, there seems to be an always-present band of clouds that cling to the equator. sometimes i get lucky and have a few hours of sky-viewing pleasure.

    thanks, as always, for your posts!
    z

    • Dear Zee: Thank you so much for your comment. I do my best to keep everybody informed about what’s going on in the heavens. I certainly hope you get more opportunities to view the sky. Many blessings, Cherokee Billie

  2. Melinda Wright said:

    Thanks Cherokee Billie for this… I love to see how the planets and stars are lining up…
    Be blessed and know you are.

  3. Thanks Cherokee, few people never bother to lift their head and look at our beautiful heavens. Hard to avoid an Eclipse though.

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