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Images and diagrams are provided here as a visual reference for channelings, articles and facts as they are posted in the Earth Change Updates Section and Watchtower.
Our solar system (and earth) actually call the Sagittarius Galaxy "home", not the Milky Way. This is why the Milky Way galaxy appears sideways in the night sky. The Milky Way is far denser than Sagittarius, and currently in the process of absorbing it. This image shows the infra-red overlay of Sagittarius as it waves through the Milky Way.
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The Last Total Solar Eclipse of the Mayan Calendar occurs on November 13, 2012. This Image shows its path and end point at the Juan Fernandez Islands which is just 667 km from the epicenter of the 2010 Chilean earthquake which was strong enough to shift the earth's axis and speed up/tighten the planet's rotation. Exact Eclipse path information can be found on the NASA Eclipse website. The Mayan Monument on Juan Fernandez Island appears to have been built to bear witness to 2 Galactic Alignments. The Sun God stands before a huge crouching jaguar on the island that stands 667 km from the epicenter of the Chilean earthquake and the only point in the Western Hemisphere where final total solar eclipse of the Mayan Calendar and rare Venus transit are visible. View the 5-29-2010 Earth Change Update for detailed information. Below are photos of the monument and a simulation of the eclipse. Erruptions on the surface of the sun are an important aspect of the earth changes to monitor at this time on earth. February 2011 marks the begining of the increase in solar erruptions and storms for the 11-year solar cycle #24 from 2008-2019. View the 2-18-2011 Earth Change Update for extensive information on how this fits with the earth changes now under way, and the numerological, astrological and Mayan Calendar merge-points initiated in February 2011.
Darkened Sunspots visible on February 18th indicate the areas that can produce solar flare danger and sun erruptions that can cause geomagnetic storms when impacting with the earth's atmosphere. The Image below shows how the aurora lights stretch much further south than the arctic circle, indicating a stronger storm impact and weakness in the earth's atmoshere.