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My Deliverer - Good Friday

We with each discovery, inside the atom to the cloning of mice and men have seeded doubt.  The faithful become extreme and hope is being lost.  No longer are we parenting a wayward youth but we have replaced parenting with a video screen.  No one realizes that the soul of humanity is being lost in our jaded fear of each other.  We no longer follow the Ten Commandments brought down by Moses.  We bear false witness to all our history because each discovery, each step forward bring back the Tower of Babel.  United in a disbelief now, we see ourselves and our ancestors at naive.  So factions grow of apathetics, agnostics, weary believers, and zealots.  Beware them all, hope for them all.  Somewhere in us is the truth, not in a test tube, or a protein splitter.  Our soul is being lost, it erodes inside all of us,   We have lost faith in our faiths nut more importantly we have lost faith in ourselves.  The question is will our faith be restored?  We have come dar as a people but maybe too dar.  As our world burns hotter, floods and quakes we must ask ourselves: "Where is the heart of humanity we once had?"  Let this Good Friday begin our search for our waywards ships to find safe harbour in God and each other.

I also had a dream earlier today about a total solar eclipse, and when the darkness lifted I saw a shockwave emitted from the sun and a sonic boom.  And then I saw alien ships slowly travelling against the sky.  It was eerie but looked like snowspeeders from the battle of Hoth in Star Wars but with a longer larger size.
 


Lost At Waves Mercy
The Sea Quakes, as do my bones
My heart weakened by salty chilled air
Lost in the thunder crashes and wind moans
No longer a pain my mind can bear
Deep in my core, a sailor's heart burns
It gives me the strength and hope I need
Although I seek inside for what my sould yearns
For Home, For Kin my heart bleeds
Tis my true North, my fair breeze
That puts in this wicked gale my soul at ease

A Prayer ofr The Lost
I remember you smiling in the Sun
Beaming at me with delight in your eyes
So great was our Love, Sunny One!
So painful was every teary goodbye
Yet the guns away called you to war
Making my heart, mind, soul, my entire core sore
And with each letter my fallen heart soared
"Why did you leave to battle without me?!"
A part of me, taken with you, forever to be
But the letters have ceased Sunny One
For your earthly soul is taken by a gun
 



Solar eclipse

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Geometry of a Total Solar Eclipse (not to scale).

Viewing

Photo taken with a filter in New Delhi, India, during the August 1, 2008, total eclipse. The eclipse was only partial in India.

Looking directly at the photosphere of the Sun (the bright disk of the Sun itself), even for just a few seconds, can cause permanent damage to the retina of the eye, because of the intense visible and invisible radiation that the photosphere emits. This damage can result in permanent impairment of vision, up to and including blindness. The retina has no sensitivity to pain, and the effects of retinal damage may not appear for hours, so there is no warning that injury is occurring.[35]

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Sun and the Earth so that the Sun is wholly or partially obscured. This can only happen during a new moon, when the Sun and Moon are in conjunction as seen from the Earth. At least two and up to five solar eclipses can occur each year on Earth, with between zero and two of them being total eclipses.[1] Total solar eclipses are nevertheless rare at any location because during each eclipse totality exists only along a narrow corridor in the relatively tiny area of the Moon's umbra.

A total solar eclipse is a spectacular natural phenomenon and many people travel to remote locations to observe one. The 1999 total eclipse in Europe helped to increase public awareness of the phenomenon, as illustrated by the number of journeys made specifically to witness the 2005 annular eclipse and the 2006 total eclipse. The most recent solar eclipse occurred on January 26, 2009, and was an annular eclipse.

In ancient times, and in some cultures today, solar eclipses have been attributed to supernatural causes. Total solar eclipses can be frightening for people who are unaware of their astronomical explanation, as the Sun seems to disappear in the middle of the day and the sky darkens in a matter of minutes.

the longest eclipse of the 21st century will occur on July 22, 2009 and last 6 min 39 sec.


Total Solar Eclipse of 2009 July 22

On Wednesday, 2009 July 22, a total eclipse of the Sun is visible from within a narrow corridor that traverses half of Earth. The path of the Moon's umbral shadow begins in India and crosses through Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar and China. After leaving mainland Asia, the path crosses Japan's Ryukyu Islands and curves southeast through the Pacific Ocean where the maximum duration of totality reaches 6 min 39 s. A partial eclipse is seen within the much broader path of the Moon's penumbral shadow, which includes most of eastern Asia, Indonesia, and the Pacific Ocean.

2009 Total Solar Eclipse Global Map
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This web site has been established for the purpose of providing detailed predictions, maps, figures and information about this important event. The material here is adapted from the NASA Technical Publication "Total Solar Eclipse of 2009 July 22" (NASA/TP-2008-214169). The document will be published in 2008 March. It is part of NASA's official eclipse bulletin publication series. Instructions and a form for ordering a hard copy of this publication can be found at: Order Form for NASA Eclipse Bulletins.


You Found Me

I found God on the corner of 1st and Amistad
Where the West was all but won
All alone, smoking his last cigarette
I said, "Where've you been?" He said, "Ask anything."

Where were you, when everything was falling apart.
All my days were spent by the telephone that never rang
And all I needed was a call that never came
To the corner of 1st and Amistad

Lost and insecure, you found me, you found me
Lying on the floor, surrounded, surrounded
Why'd you have to wait? Where were you? Where were you?
Just a little late, you found me, you found me.

But in the end everyone ends up alone
Losing her, the only one who's ever known
Who I am, who I'm not and who I wanna to be
No way to know how long she will be next to me

Lost and insecure, you found me, you found me
[ The Fray Lyrics are found on www.songlyrics.com ]
Lying on the floor, surrounded, surrounded
Why'd you have to wait? Where were you? Where were you?
Just a little late, you found me, you found me.

The early morning, the city breaks
And I've been calling for years and years and years
And you never left me no messages
You never sent me no letters
You got some kind of nerve taking all I want

Lost and insecure, you found me, you found me
Lying on the floor, Where were you? Where were you?

Lost and insecure, you found me, you found me
Lying on the floor, surrounded, surrounded
Why'd you have to wait? Where were you? Where were you?
Just a little late, you found me, you found me.

Why'd you have to wait, to find me, to find me?

Tags: 2009 poetry, eclipse, prophesy
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