TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE 28TH SEPTEMBER 2015

 

2015-09-27LunarEclipse

TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE

28TH SEPTEMBER 2015

as viewed from Tavistock Devon UK

Time   Hall Dining Room Sun (1/2) Moon Amethyst Quartz
0.45 150 117 86 132 16 8
1.00 150 117 86 132 16 8
1.15 145 112 86 132 16 8
1.30 138 106 90 123 19 11
1.45 132 100 96 114 24 15
2.00 122 89 105 99 29 24
2.15 112 78 113 90 32 28
2.30 89 66 118 72 36 33
2.45 68 50 122 62 39 36
3.00 51 28 122 51 43 38
3.15 49 26 120 51 44 39
3.30 71 32 111 59 44 39
3.45 81 42 107 67 44 39

NOTES TO THE ABOVE TABLE

Start of eclipse (first contatct) 1.10 am
Totality of eclipse (moon covered by the shadow of the earth) 3.11 to 4.24 am
Key
Hall Width of earth energy line (70% female) in Hall
Dining Room Width of earth energy line (70% male) in Dining Room
Sun (1/2) Width of solar energy grid line in front bedroom (only half of the width dowsable from indoors)
Moon Width of lunar energy grid line in Sitting Room
Amethyst Depth of aura of piece of amethyst crystal located away from energy and grid lines
Quartz Depth of aura of piece of quartz crystal located away from energy and grid lines
Notes
All times in BST
All measurements in cms
Summary
Both earth energy lines contracted substantially, accelerating towards totality.
However, neither approached zero, as would have been the case during a total solar eclipse.
The section of lunar grid line also contracted substantially in width.
The section of solar grid line expanded in width.
The auras of both crystals expanded a modest amount, but less dramatically than at some other eclipses.
The persistence of the charging effect on the crystals was again evident.
The eclipse was visible until about 3.25 – about 15 mins into totality.
Cloud cover then obscured any further visual observation.
The sequences stop at 3.45 as the observer went to bed at that point!