Sunday, June 03, 2012

July 20-29, 2012 Long-range Weather Forecast

The National Weather Service map below is for November 26, 2011. As you may recall, this weather pattern brought a drastic temperature roller coaster ride, high winds that created difficult travel conditions in the Plains, and two storm systems that combined bringing rain and snow from the Upper Midwest to the middle Mississippi Valley.  

By the 27th, five inches of rain doused eastern Tennessee and the southern Appalachians causing flash flooding as tropical moisture was drawn up from the south.

Nov 26

From an astrometeorological standpoint, this weather system was brought on by the Solar Eclipse of November 25, 2011. These Solar Eclipses stay active for a few years and can be jolted into action again and again when other planets trigger the eclipse degree. This particular Solar Eclipse will be activated once again around July 21, 2012. The activating planet in this case is Neptune. Its effect on weather patterns is to increase southerly airflow and moisture often resulting in increasing temperatures and heavy rain. Neptune's pluvial influence will also be operative in the Solar Ingress chart affecting the Plains and the Mississippi Valley into the Great Lakes area.

July 20-23, 2012
Based on the foregoing, I think we can expect an increase in moisture over the Plains resulting in higher temperatures and the activation of a storm center that has the potential to bring heavy rain. The low pressure area will then continue towards the east affecting the Mississippi Valley area into the Appalachians.

Solar Eclipse of January 4, 2011
This eclipse will also be triggered on July 27, 2012 by the square of Mars. In 2011, this eclipse had a history of bringing heavy rains in April and historic flooding in May to the Mississippi River Valley as well as other severe weather. Although the weather over the Mississippi Valley this time should not be as drastic as in 2011, there is the potential for above average moisture there and over the eastern half of the country. In addition, windy conditions are indicated over the Rockies.

Another interesting feature of this eclipse is shown in the astro-locality map below. Venus and Neptune, at the time of the eclipse, focused their energies over the Pacific coasts of El Salvador and Guatemala. Mercury, Jupiter, and Uranus congregate over the Lesser Antilles. Both these areas will be activated now.

Caribbean July 26-29, 2012
We are likely to see weather patterns develop at this time over the Rockies where windy conditions or storms generating wind gusts are indicated. The Mississippi Valley and into the eastern part of the country should experience above-average moisture in the form of heavy rains. The tropics should spring to life over the Pacific coasts of El Salvador and Guatemala, as well as over the Lesser Antilles where tropical storm systems could develop.

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New Weather Alternative Website
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The Winters of 2011-14
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Introduction to the Weather Alternative

Astrology and Christianity
What do the stars say about Christianity? Here are some links to interesting astrological questions and their answers about Jesus, Bible prophecy, and modern theories about Jesus and Mary Magdalene.

Who Was Jesus?

Is the Anti-Christ Prophecy Coming True?

Did Mary Magdalene Bare a Child Fathered by Jesus?

Shall There Come an Anti-Christ and How Will We Know Him?

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