Gillian MacBeth-Louthan – Camelopardalid Meteor Shower – 23 May 2014

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWell folks here we go again getting seeded from deep space with a brand new meteor storm first time ever for earth. As we all well know meteors are all from different parts of the universe. They are older than time and always have an agenda. Last year meteorites were found in the Sahara desert that were from Mars, when cut open they had  life in them. I totally believe that these space rocks come to give us something that we must need.

But what gift does the universe have for us for us, as this is an event horizon.  My husband collects meteors and has for years, recently he cut into one we had bought from some Moroccans and it was one heck of an experience for him. All kinds of energies came out. Some visual, like long streams of light and others physical like space mush. I made him be careful and use gloves. Even the debris had a life force. so to know we are once AGAIN receiving a ‘stellar seeding’ is most interesting. Nothing is by accident everything has a purpose. Some schools of thought say we were seeded from meteors in the very beginning of earth, others say we came from the Stars themselves. Either way, ya’all get ready for an infusion from the heart of the universe.

Coming to a circumpolar constellation near you: an all-new, never-before-seen, meteor shower that just might knock your astronomical socks off. It’s called the Camelopardalid meteor shower and unlike other annual meteor showers. it will occur for the first time the night of May 23 and early morning of May 24.

The Camelopardalid meteor’s  will be debris from Comet 209P/LINEAR, a comet that  orbits the sun every five years; the comet was discovered in 2004 the Camelopardalid meteor shower will be a meteor storm producing hundreds of meteors per hour.

Meteor showers are named for the constellation from which the meteors come from. Camelopardalids will be from the constellation Camelopardalis (the giraffe) it is a circumpolar constellation, which means that it goes around Polaris, the North Star, so it’s up all night. It’s also easy to find because it’s close to the Big Dipper and Little Dipper.

Astronomers predict peak activity for the shower will be from 2 to 4 a.m. May 24, but there is a big possibility of a wider window. They could start as soon as it gets dark the night of the 23rd. best to go out and check every few hours yopu do not want to miss this event.

Since this meteor shower is named after a stellar giraffe it is important that we take a look at that energy.

Giraffe’s medicine includes seeing far into the future, the ability to reach things that are unreachable to others.  The giraffe is the tallest of all animals, growing up to 18 feet high, with a neck as long as 7 feet. Giraffe helps us see our lives at a higher perspective. This energy is about the need ‘to stick one’s neck out.’  taking risks by going further than we ever imagined possible.

Giraffes legs are firmly planted on the earth, but their heads are in the sky they link heaven and earth. Their flexible necks let them see what is behind, next to and in front of them. This gives them the ability to know the future and understand the past.

Giraffe says it is time to allow your foresight to lead the way. Your gut instincts and clairvoyance are telling you something. Listen to your heart. You have the gift of higher perception and inner awareness. Make your words count and share your awareness with others. You often know the future and can sense what is going to happen.

www.thequantumawakening.com / link to original article

 

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One response to “Gillian MacBeth-Louthan – Camelopardalid Meteor Shower – 23 May 2014

  1. Reblogged this on Tania Marie's Blog and commented:
    My sweet friend Dawn of http://reikidawn.wordpress.com/ shared this post and it reminded me I had seen this information earlier in an email from someone. I wonder if this is why all today I have been experiencing slight dizzy spells where my equilibrium is off – sort of putting me in that Cosmic Ocean feel. Any of you feeling anything today?