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The start of eclipse: 11.50 P.M  (15-06-2011)

Peak Time: 1.40 A.M  (16-06-2011)

End of Eclipse: 3.30 A.M (16-06-2011)

Total Time of  Total Lunar Eclipse : 3 Hours, 30 Min.

Eclipse Details : This is a Total Lunar eclipse and it is  visible India, Dubai, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia and westernparts of Australia.

This Eclipse occurs in Jyestha Nakshatra(Pada/Charan-4), Vrischika Rashi, & also  in Moola Nakshatra (Pada/Charan-1), Dhannur/Dhanus Rashi.  Hence people born in these Nakshatra’s will have negative effects, hence it is advised that people born in Jyestha & Moola Nakshatra need to worship Chandra & Rahu Idols & after puja , It has to be donated to a Brahmin or Temple Priest.

The Moon will be aspected by Mars, during the Lunar eclipse  &  eclipse points falling in Fiery Signs Dhannur/Sagittarius Rashi  indicating Natural Disasters like Earthquakes, Flood, Mass Killings & Accidents etc.

 

 

Food : Everyone Should Finish their Dinner before 9.00 P.M on 15-06-2011.

Effect of Total ChandraGrahan on various rashis

1. Makara, Mesha, Kanya, simha,  will have good results.
2. Vrishabha , Karka, & Meena will have mixed results.
3. Dhannur, Vrischika, Kumbha, Tula & Mithuna Rashi will have bad results.

Impact of Khagras Chandra Grahan or Total Lunar Eclipse on Earth/World.

It is a relatively rare central eclipse where the moon passes in front of the center of the Earth’s shadow.

There is no doubt that solar and lunar eclipses have a direct bearing on earthquakes.

Around 2000 years back, Varahamihira, the Father of Vedic Jyotish and mathematician, dealt with the question of sun spots and their effects on earth and said that appearances of the spots would bring earthquakes
and unusual phenomenon, boding calamity.

A study of over 200 quakes reveals that earthquakes generally occur at the time of eclipses and the time of occurrences is generally midnight or morning.

Most people are familiar with the fact that the moon causes the tides in the earth’s oceans. This is because of the gravity forces between Earth and moon.

Does the moon also trigger movement in the earth’s crust, which could lead to earthquakes?

A study of 2000 earthquakes demonstrated that they occurred when tidal forces where over the epicenter of the earthquake.  While the gravitational effect should be too weak to cause an earthquake, many studies show that there seems to be a lunar trigger which disturbs the earth’s magnetic field.

Eclipses are known to have an effect on the conductivity of the atmosphere, affects the earth’s magnetic field.

The largest effects of lunar tides on the geomagnetic field occur in the morning around the time of equinoxes.

The earthquakes occurred within two weeks prior and/or two weeks after the last Nine Total Lunar eclipses.

Date of Total Lunar Eclipse Date, strength and location of earthquakes
2001 Jan 09 January 26, 2001, 7.9, India
2003 May 16 May 1, 2003, 6.4, Eastern Turkey
2003 Nov 09 November 17, 2003, 7.8, Alaska
2004 May 04 May 28. 2004, 6.1, Iran
2004 Oct 28 October 23, 2004, 6.6, Japan
2007 Mar 03 March 6, 2007, 6.4 and 6.3, Sumatra.
2007 Aug 28 August 15, 2007, 7.4, Peru
2008 Feb 21 February 21, 2008, 7.4, Indonesia
2010 Dec 21 December 21, 2010, 7.4, Japan

 

 

 

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