6/27/2010

The Om Wave -Solstice Intent & The Diamond-Octave Triad

AA Metatron Channel :
'The Om Wave -Solstice Intent
& The Diamond-Octave Triad'

Archangel Metatron via James Tyberonn


The Triad of the Diamond Octave

Gateway of Om - June 19-23 2010
Full Moon Lunar Eclipse - June 26 2010
Solar Eclipse- July 11 2010


"Greetings Masters ! I am Metatron, Lord of Light, and I greet each of you on this very powerful and potent Solstice.

Indeed this energy that is circumventing the earth in this focal moment , is among the most robust and intense frequencies showered upon the earth in many eons. It is an energy that can and must be harnessed for greater good. And so we warmly join our energies to that of Sainte Germaine and the Cosmic Council of Light, who are indeed with you at this time.

And so the Cosmic Council of Light has begun the Wave of OM, an omnipotent energy oscillation that continues to bath the Earth and mankind in the energy of the Diamond Chakra Octave, the frequency of Hope and Unconditional Love.

This energy is being transmitted from the Cosmic Council of Light with Sainte Germaine and the Syrian-Pleiadean Alliance from the OM Crystal at Mount Shasta. It is pervading every Powernode on the planet and emits the optimal encouraging energy of Hope and Unconditional Love. As such it is not only available to all that tap into the OM Wave, it is further empowered by those that do. This is a Diamond Octave opportunity to integrate the positive attributes of strength and promise. Indeed it is the response to the yearning of conscious humanity at this time, and serves as an assurance that the Ascension will occur, and is indeed on track. Do you understand?

And so each of you are urged to meditate in micro and macro, in solitary and in mass during the Gateway of Om. The modality is to harmonically integrate into the wave by the earnest and anticipatory toning of OM. Feel and project the attributes you receive, of JOY, of well-being, of HOPE and Unconditional Love.

And know Dear Ones that this energy will collect in mass, and become a thought form collective that will reach critical mass and be reborn on the full moon lunar eclipse of June 26 and again on the solar eclipse of July 11. Well to continue participation in rebirthing the Om Wave on both eclipses. Each eclipse will exponentially reboot the OM Wave on the planet in great and greater potency.

Maters, we urge you to Consciously Create the world you desire on these special gateways. Sainte Germaine and the Cosmic Council have materialized onto your EarthPlane to be very close to humanity and the Earth , actually in your dimensional fields to facilitate this wave of Love. We tell you that even now, as the Cosmic Council cluster within Mt Shasta , hologramic refractions of their group-entity co exist in true presence on every Powernode on the planet, on every continent and over every body & stream of water. Indeed the waters exude this energy as they become pools of OM.

On the Lunar eclipse , identify and release your obstacles and fears. On the solar eclipse, visualize the creation of the New Earth and of your optimal desires of pure joy, in being who you became to be. Unify the chakras in the Gateway of OM.

Many of you have become despondent and although you are of high light quotient, are giving in to doubt and confusion, and thus are operating from the lower chakras, and your optimal auric circuitry is ruptured. You can and must reconnect the chakric field and reestablish 13-20-33 circuitry and flow into Mer-Ka-Va Field. No better opportunity exists for you.

Indeed the Triad of the Diamond Octave, will lead you into refurbished Joy, and be the path to the incredible energy that awaits you on the September Equinox and the Triple Date Portal of the heralded 10-10-10.

I am Metatron and I share with you these Truths. You are Beloved"



... And so it is.

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The September Equinox Explained

The September equinox occurs at 03:09 (or 3:09am) Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) on September 23, 2010. It is also referred to as the autumnal or fall equinox in the northern hemisphere, as well as the spring or vernal equinox in the southern hemisphere (not to be confused with the March equinox). This is due to the seasonal contrasts between both hemispheres throughout the year.
The equinox will occur in the evening of September 22, 2010, for locations on US Eastern Daylight Time or further west. To find the September equinox date in other time zones or other years, please use the Seasons Calculator.

This illustration, which shows an example of the September equinox, is not to scale.

What happens during the September equinox?

The sun crosses the celestial equator and moves southward in the northern hemisphere during the September equinox. The location on the earth where the sun is directly overhead at solar noon is known as the subsolar point. The subsolar point occurs on the equator during the September equinox and March equinox. At that time, the earth’s axis of rotation is perpendicular to the line connecting the centers of the earth and the sun. This is the time when many people believe that the earth experiences 12 hours of day and night. However, this is not exactly the case.

Dispelling the “exactly 12 hours of daylight” myth

During the equinox, the length of night and day across the world is nearly, but not entirely, equal. This is because the day is slightly longer in places that are further away from the equator, and because the sun takes longer to rise and set in these locations. Furthermore, the sun takes longer to rise and set farther from the equator because it does not set straight down - it moves in a horizontal direction.
Moreover, there is an atmospheric refraction that causes the sun's disk to appear higher in the sky than it would if earth had no atmosphere. timeanddate.com has a more detailed explanation on this topic. timeanddate.com has more information on why day and night are not exactly of equal length during the equinoxes.

Why is the equinox date not the same each year?

While the September equinox occurs on September 22 in 2008 and 2009, it occurs on September 23 in 2010 and 2011 (UTC). The September equinox has also occurred on September 24(UTC), with the last occurrence on that date being 1931. The next time a September 24 equinox occurs will be in the year 2303. Moreover, a September 21 equinox will occur in 2092.
There are a few explanations on why the equinox dates differ in the Gregorian calendar. The varying dates of the equinox are mainly due to the calendar system – most western countries use the Gregorian calendar, which has 365 days in a year, or 366 days in a leap year. According to the National Maritime Museum, the equinoxes generally occur about six hours later each year, with a jump of a day (backwards) on leap years. An extra day is added in a leap year to minimize a gradual drift of the equinox date through the seasons.
As for the tropical year, it is approximately 365.242199 days, but varies from year to year because of the influence of other planets. A tropical year is the length of time that the sun takes to return to the same position in the cycle of seasons, as seen from earth. The exact orbital and daily rotational motion of the Earth, such as the “wobble” in the earth's axis (precession), also contributes to the changing solstice dates.

Vernal Equinox vs. Autumnal Equinox

The vernal equinox occurs in the spring while the autumnal equinox occurs during fall (autumn). These terms are derivatives of Latin. It is important to note that the northern hemisphere’s vernal equinox is in March while its autumnal equinox is in September. In contrast, the southern hemisphere’s vernal equinox is in September and its autumnal equinox is in March.
This distinction reflects the seasonal differences when comparing the two hemispheres. timeanddate.com refers to the two equinoxes simply as the March and September equinoxes to avoid false assumptions that spring is in March and fall (autumn) is in September worldwide. This is simply not the case.

Historical Fact

A Greek astronomer and mathematician named Hipparchus (ca. 190-ca.120 BCE) was attributed by various sources to have discovered the precession of the equinoxes, the slow movement among the stars of the two opposite places where the sun crosses the celestial equator. However, the difference between the sidereal and tropical years (the precession equivalent) was known to Aristarchus of Samos (around 280 BCE) prior to this.
Hipparchus made observations of the equinox and solstice. Astronomers use the spring equinoctial point to define their frame of reference, and the movement of this point implies that the measured position of a star varies with the date of measurement. Hipparchus also compiled a star catalogue, but this has been lost.
The word “equinox” derives from the Latin words meaning “equal night” and refers to the time when the sun crosses the equator. In modern times this word is used to refer not only to the positions on the ecliptic but also the times of the year when the sun has reached them. The September equinox has been used as a reference point in many calendars in the past, including the French Revolutionary Calendar. Although very little is known about the ancient Macedonian calendar, some believe that the first month began after the autumnal equinox.

Useful Tools

To calculate the approximate time and date (according to Coordinated Universal Time) of the March equinox, as well as the June and December solstices and the September equinox, click on the Seasons Calculator. These dates mark the beginning of the four seasons of the year, which are spring, summer, autumn (or fall) and winter. It is important to note that the seasons in the northern hemisphere are opposite to those in the southern hemisphere. Find out more about the Seasons Calculator and links to useful tools, such as the Day and Night World Map, Moon Calculator, Moon Phase Calculator, and Sunrise Calculator.
The World Clock can also be used to find sunrise and sunset times, as well as the current position of the sun in major cities around the world. Simply select any location that is available from the World Clock and the calculator will adjust the local time in that particular city.






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