There was much hype and excitement recently over the eclipse of the sun which took place on Monday, August 21, 2017 over the United States. A narrow band of totality of the eclipse where people would be place into darkness as the moon complete hid the sun for a brief period of time stretched from Oregon to South Carolina.
We are in Kentucky and the southwestern part of this state stretching into Tennessee would also be witness to the relatively rare occurrence. Crowds of people flock to this band of totality including myself the day of the eclipse.
Yes it was very cool. The moon was halfway across the sun when the light of the day began to dim;
it was a weird half light. The temperature dropped and the clouds moved away; the winds died down.
We don’t realize how much the weather is affected by the sun until this type of event.
The really cool part was when the sun was totally covered by the moon and suddenly we were pitched into darkness — although not total darkness. The sky was dark as it would be just as the stars would be coming out. We didn’t see stars–but we did see a planet (probably Venus — known as the evening star). We got to experience the crickets getting louder as they would at nighttime. In the park where we were at, in Ashland City, TN, 20 miles from Nashville, we looked up during the entire event with our special glasses, handed out by the very kind local fire department.
In less than 2 minutes, it was over. Suddenly the moon moved away and a sliver of light shined down upon us. It was only sliver and yet it was like the curtain which had just fallen and was once again raised and there was light!!!
A very cool sensation and lots of emotions that rang spiritual went through my mind. It only takes a sliver of light to shine and create light everywhere!
I personally basked in the afterglow, as the day became lighter once again. And hotter; fortunately the winds picked up again.
We stayed and enjoyed the sights and sounds of nature as the throngs of travelers who had come to the park to witness this two minute event began making their way homewards. For these hardy souls who were about to face the traffic jam of their lives, this event was over.
Others of us stayed and meditated after the eclipse. I received some personal insights and a sense of peace and it’s going to be OK. Which it usually is when I let it.
My guides told me that some people will continue to feel the after effects, which could be anything from tiredness to headaches to unease to up tightness to….well pretty much what we felt before the eclipse. But these would settle out in a few days. Balance would come when they let it come back. I was instructed by the Team to post on Facebook (FB/theangelicpath) a prayer of balance, which I did.
So now that it’s all over–now what? Was there any deeper meaning to this event beyond the astronomical ramifications? And does the next eclipse coming in 2024 have any significance?
We’ll be talking about all of this in upcoming posts (Wednesdays) and on Facebook posts and our Live FB show, Angelic Wisdom, as well in our newsletter.
The future is what we make of it; but these events can be points of interest along the way. Stay tuned and in the meantime, enjoy the ride!
Until next time!
Thank you for allowing us to serve you always, in all ways!
Blake Cahoon, Spiritual Channel and Intuitive
The Divine Guidance Team
The Angelic Path
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Photo Credits: NASA