December 20, 2009 

December 20, 2009
William Henry - The Apotheosis is at Hand, NWO, COP15, Norway Blue Spiral & Stargates

December 17, 2009
Michael Tsarion - Disciples of the Mysterium
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December 21, 2009

Red Ice TV - Episode 1 - 2012

Will the world end at the solstice on December 21, 2012? Is it the beginning of a "shift in consciousness" or all just nonsense? How much do people really know about the Mayan calendar and prophecies about 2012? Watch as we interview people in Gothenburg, Sweden on opening night of the film, "2012" to find out what they think and feel.

Top News This Week
Does Time Slow Down, or Speed Up in a Crisis?
2009 12 19
Scientists are asking if we can turbocharge our time perception. In The Matrix, hero Neo wins his battles when time slows in the simulated world. In our real world, accident victims often report a similar slowing of time as they slip unavoidably towards disaster. We've all heard stories of people seeing things happening in bullet time or reviewing their entire ...
Climate Skeptics Give Greenpeace a Dose of Their Own Medicine
2009 12 18
On Wednesday, Global warming skeptics from CFACT pulled off an international climate caper by using GPS triangulation from Greenpeace’s own on-board camera photos to locate and sail up long-side its famous vessel, Rainbow Warrior. Then in Greenpeace-like fashion, the ‘climate realists’ dropped a banner reading “Propaganda Warrior” ...
Dr. Parnassus: "Nothing's permanent, not even death."
2009 12 18
"Maybe the most memorable thing about Heath was that he seemed to be such an ancient soul. He seemed far older than his years. He was probably 243 years old when he died. I always thought he had aboriginal blood in him.” Terry Gilliam, a founding member of Monty Python’s Flying Circus some 40 years ago, still is in awe of ...
Copenhagen summit carbon footprint biggest ever: report
2009 12 16
The Copenhagen climate talks will generate more carbon emissions than any previous climate conference, equivalent to the annual output of over half a million Ethiopians, figures commissioned by hosts Denmark show. Delegates, journalists, activists and observers from almost 200 countries have gathered at the Dec 7-18 summit and their travel and work will create 46,200 tonnes of carbon dioxide, most of ...
Indian Scientists Detect Signs Of Life On The Moon
2009 12 15
Don't you just love it NASA have been venturing into space for 40 plus years and it takes a country in it's space infancy to come out with some fairly remarkable scientific claims? Granted that technology and detecting equipment today is light years ahead of instruments used in the past, but during their first space projects Indian is leading the ...
Berlusconi attacked, struck in face at rally (Video)
2009 12 14
An attacker hurled a statuette at Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, striking the leader in the face at the end of a rally Sunday and leaving the stunned 73-year-old media mogul with a broken nose and bloodied mouth. This video image made available by RAI TG3 shows Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi after an attacker hurled a statuette at Berlusconi striking the leader ...
Prince William to share Queen's duties: Treasury document reveals secret plan to make him the 'Shadow King'
2009 12 14
The Queen is to hand over a substantial part of her public duties to Prince William to help him prepare for the day when he becomes King, according to a confidential document obtained by The Mail on Sunday. Secret papers reveal that plans to ease the strain on the 83-year-old monarch and her 88-year-old husband, Prince Philip, are at an advanced ...

Earth & Space

Mars Retrograde in Leo 2009 to 2010

On December 20th, just before the Solstice, Mars reaches his retrograde station at 19°42' Leo, in preparation for a period of retrograde motion in Leo that will last until March 10th, 2010. The effects of the retrograde period will continue to be felt until he returns in direct motion on May 17th, 2010 to the degree where he first made his station (19° Leo 42').

In general, Mars, the god of warriors, rules physical energy and efforts. His placement in your chart expresses the strength and direction of the physical force that drives your ego, your will to achieve. Mars fires your emotions and energizes your passions, but also powers your mental endeavours and communicative skills.

Mars retrograde gives rise to irrational action; introspection; depression and self-assessment; sexual issues and relationship conflicts. Major rethinks and reorientation of current projects are also often required.

The December Solstice

The December solstice will occur at 17:47 (or 5.47pm) Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) on December 21, 2009. It is also known as the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere and the summer solstice in the southern hemisphere due to the seasonal differences. Its date varies from December 20 to December 23 depending on the year in the Gregorian calendar. For an observer in the northern hemisphere, the December solstice marks the day of the year with the least hours of daylight but for the observer in the southern hemisphere it marks the longest day of the year in terms of daylight hours.

People across the world, in every culture, have assigned a great deal of meaning to this journey of the Sun. Vast amounts of mythology, including important religious and social customs, have accumulated around it. At the time of the Winter Solstice (to be exact, just as the solstice ended), people celebrated the birth of the Sun as he began his life-giving journey north on December 25, now most widely celebrated as Christmas Day. The solsticial period lasts some three days as a rule, so when the Sun begins to rise earlier again after three days at its lowest ebb, it has been cause for jubilation since prehistoric times, for it symbolizes the rebirth of the divine spirit of life.


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Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth (DVD)

An exhilarating journey into the mind and spirit of a remarkable man, a legendary teacher, and a masterful storyteller, conducted by TV journalist Bill Moyers in the acclaimed PBS series. Includes The Hero's Adventure, The Message of the Myth, The First Storytellers, Sacrifice and Bliss, Love and the Goddess, Masks of Eternity. 360 minutes.
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