Solar Science 2b

Image credit: B.C. Wildfire Service

According to the Canadian Times Colonist, 17 new wildfires started 7 August and 11 more on 8 August due to lightning strikes, bringing the total number of fires in BC Canada to 928, of which at least 364 were human-caused.

To wrap up the Solar Science series, northern California firewatcher Barry Snyder describes the remarkable correspondence between the astrological chart of the upcoming solar eclipse and that of US President Donald Trump. Also included is a Sunset Windows segment by Elizabeth West (instruction summary below), Limericks of Doom by Benjamin the Donkey, and a 1995 instrumental by Zympht titled And the Stucco Ceiling Said….

Your Script
Elizabeth West

  1. First thing in the morning, sit quietly with your eyes closed, breathe deeply and allow yourself to find a quality you want more of in your day. Joy, patience, gratitude, truth, courage – these are some possibilities to get you started. Just be sure to think in terms of experiences that you hold within rather than those which are dictated by externals. In other words, there is a difference between celebrating or seeing the abundance that already exists in your life, and wanting more.
  2. Once you have chosen the focus quality for the day, write the word with your non-dominant hand in a deliberate manner seven (7) times.
  3. Give yourself permission to have and to notice that quality as it appears throughout the course of the day.
  4. Before you go to bed at night, write the same word on the same page with your dominant hand, allowing yourself to reflect on how your intention manifested during the day.

02Your Script


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