Outer solstice setup

Outer Solstice lineup 2013

Here is a diagram of the galactic lineup at the time of the Outer solstice 2013, with benefit of a nearby waning gibbous moon.

The aqua-colored circle shows the person on earth in orbit around the sun.

The pink circle shows the sun in orbit around the center of the galaxy, depicted as the Galactic core.

The green circle shows the moon in orbit around the earth. At the Outer solstice, a full moon would be on a line toward the outer edge of the galaxy. This year, the waning gibbous moon pulls outward from the center but forward toward spring.

Since the 2012 shift happened, let's expand our horizons galactically. See the quarterly equinox and solstice events not only as oriented to the seasons between earth and sun, but between earth, sun and galaxy.

Call these events the advance and follow equinox and the inner and outer solstice. That solves the problem of June being summer in the north of earth and winter in the southern hemisphere. We do not need to refer to the Gregorian calendar months. Focus on the galactic cycles of our journey within the celestial sphere.

At the December solstice the sun is between the earth and galactic center. Earth is as far as it ever gets from the galactic center. Earth moves around the galaxy side by side with the sun. Wholeo calls it the Outer solstice. Join the Galactic Moonbeam Mystsynthesis Event and global meditations on the event list of links.

Some of these graphics appeared as elements for the December 98 solstice.

See also Year 2013 and weB log of this event. Back to Outer solstice 2013

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