ET come home. …
Ok; it's just a representation. Drawn by a scientist at that -but still it represents something a little unusual. What I don't know.
There is an elaborate strangeness in the fact that the time of the phase of the moon should supply us a clue about such things. I can give some very simple reasons for a sensible person to not believe any such a thing:
Consider the time of the phase. Call it 12 o'clock for an example.
Is it possible that the spell begins with the phase? That at 12 o'clock on the day of the phase the weather will suddenly change? Let's say the phase involved is a full moon.
The weather a day before the phase aught to be the same as the weather the day after.
And 2 days before like that of 2 days after.
Why doesn't it work like that?
Because it doesn't.
I don't know why it doesn't work like that. It's hard enough trying to follow how why and when it works the way it does do. But I will say this:
Of all the possibilities the only one that we can all see, the only lunar phenomenon whose behaviour is obvious to all IS the one that we need to understand it all.
I've an idea this unusual phenomenon of the three lows, rather than producing some silly Hollywood trick Perfect Storm, indicates (I'm putting myself in the stocks here) …indicates that there is about to be another eruption in Iceland. Today, maybe even at this moment. By the evening at least.
Of course I'm going to feel silly, even deluded, if I'm wrong.
But look at this:
I think this was the set up during the recent event over the weekend. (Actually the chart from the day before shows slightly more potency. But it is just a commonplace line of them. http://www.wetterzentrale.de/topkarten/fsfaxsem.html > Bracknell > Archiv.)
So I could be wrong.
It wouldn't be a first.
But if I'm right, that would be a first.
One for the books.