Sunday, June 10, 2012

The Solar Eclipse of November 13, 2012

In some recent posts we've looked at how the May 2012 solar eclipse will affect weather patterns. (See links below) In this post, I'm jumping ahead to the Solar Eclipse of November 13, 2012. This eclipse sets up some interesting planetary crossings around the world. As we've seen from the May eclipse, these crossings affect weather patterns at the time of the eclipse and latter on when the eclipse is activated. For now, we'll just look at the period of November 12-15, 2012, which is roughly the time when we should see a weather reaction. In a later post, I'll hopefully be able to list other dates when the eclipse will be triggered.

One recurring theme that we find in all the crossings that we'll look at is that involving the planet Neptune. As I've mentioned in other posts, Neptune's weather signature is that of rising temperatures and humidity, southerly winds, low pressure, fog, and heavy downpours. At the time of the eclipse, Neptune is in exact square with a retrograde Mercury, which increase the storm potential of Neptune.

United States

The first crossing we'll look at involves the U.S. and western Atlantic. The astro-locality map below shows two places where Neptune and Jupiter cross. U.S.

The first crossing in the western Atlantic falls around 53 west longitude and 23 north latitude. Since we are in hurricane season at this time, there is a strong possibility that a tropical storm or hurricane will either form around this area or be drawn to this area now.

The second crossing is off the U.S. West Coast around 133 west longitude and 41 north latitude. This crossing suggests a powerful low pressure area that could affect the U.S. and Canadian west coasts at this time.

South America


Neptune runs along the 53rd meridian of west longitude through Brazil and Uruguay. Mercury crosses Neptune over central Brazil where strong storms should develop. The Sun and Moon cross Neputne over Uruguay and Southern Brazil where storm emergenices are likely to develop at this time due to excessive precipitation.



Another Sun-Moon-Neptune crossing takes place over Romania and western Russia. The area in and around this crossing run the risk of severe thunderstorms at this time. Heavy downpours are a common occurrence when the planet Neptune is square Mercury as in this case.



Most Pacific typhoons form bewteen May and November. Since this Sun-Moon-Neptune crossing forms within this time period, we can't rule out a typhoon, or at least some very powerful storm system, hitting South Korea at this time.

Long-range Effects of the May 20, 2012 Solar Eclipse Part 2
Long-range effects of the May 20, 2012 Solar Eclipse
July 14-19, 2012 Hurricane Season Outlook
June 22-30, 2012 Long-range Weather Forecast
June 10-12, 2012 Long-range Weather Forecast
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
Texas Summer 2012
New Weather Alternative Website
Overview of UK Winter 2012-13
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative

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