Evidence-based eclipse research

Research conducted by The Brotherhood of Light from 1928 to 1937 into eclipses provides evidence-based data that has since been successfully applied when forecasting the event destined by an eclipse.

The research found that a solar eclipse occurring in a region where there is considerable population would, within a few months before, or much more likely within a few months after the eclipse, experience a disaster.

While the disaster tends to be near the central path of the eclipse, it may be anywhere it is even partially visible.

It seems likely that the exact place of the disaster is determined by the progressed aspects in the birth charts of cities and regions, and the progressed aspects in the Cycle Charts affecting those places. The data for a city or region is unknown but the New Moon chart for a major city in the region affected by an eclipse often reveals the nature of the disaster that’s inclined to occur.  

There’s also a doctrine that the power of an eclipse persists over a period of years but this is untested and awaits scientific investigation.

Research findings 

1. If a Solar Eclipse occurs in a region where there is considerable population, within a few months before, or much more likely within a few months after, there is a disaster in the region where the eclipse is visible; and

2. While the disaster tends to be near the central path of the eclipse, it may be anywhere in which it is even partially visible. The exact place of the disaster is most likely determined by the progressed aspects in the birth charts of cities and regions, and the progressed aspects in the cycle charts affecting those places.

Eclipses in the internet age

Since the Brotherhood of Light’s eclipse research in 1930s the internet has arrived and the world has become connected.

Websites provide specialized data pertaining to eclipses; and events of national significance are reported on websites streaming 24/7 news so obtaining accurate eclipse data and tracking eclipse events is easy. 

Time, date a place data for eclipses can be found at timeanddate.com Sun & Moon – Eclipses.


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