Rare Annular Solar Eclipse of April 29, 2014
In a non-central eclipse, the center of the Moon's shadow passes less than one Earth radius away from center. Greater than one Earth radius produces a partial eclipse. In the current eclipse, the center passes within .9999 Earth radii. In a 5,000 year catalog of eclipses, there are only 68 non-central annular, and this eclipse is the closest to 1 Earth radii away from center. In this eclipse the center of the Moon's shadow (the antumbra) will miss the Earth and pass above the Antarctic, and edge of the shadow will graze the Earth.
The Annular Solar Eclipse of April 29, 2014 is rare and unique. It occurs in Eastern Antarctica at the end of the Earth. And it is the closest to the edge of the annular limit. It occurs in frigid Antarctic wasteland as winter approaches, corresponding to the curse of the frigid female. It symbolizes the judgment of a Right Man who would go to the end of the Earth in the harshest conditions to deliver his Right Woman by the slimmest of chances. This corresponds to the faith of Abraham, who with "hope against hope," or "hope supported on hope" believed that he would have a son. This means hope as a factor of hope, corresponding to the narrowest of margins. It would take a miracle for Abraham to have a son.
Who on the basis of hope supporting itself on hope, he believed in order that he might become a father of many nations, according to that which had been spoken, "So shall your descendants be."
The Sun in conjunction with the Moon is setting in Aries, for a husband, or Right Man, going down into darkness. The Moon in Aries symbolizes Jezebel, who usurps the authority of her husband. And the Savior Planet in conjunction with the Sun and Moon in Aries signifies the Good Shepherd, who gives His life for the sheep, corresponding to the Right Man going to the cross for his Right Woman.
Author: Larry Wood, Released - Apr. 28, 2014