Saturday, 08 October 2022
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Listening to the end of kali yuga lecture, from the prophecies of days to come i noticed a disturbingly enormous mistake. The instructor claims that there was a solar, and lunar eclipse at about 31:20 into the discourse.

I'm sure it was just a mistake, however if he is going to say with such zeal that these are irrefutable facts perhaps they should be true facts.

Whats more is that there is more, and more evidence pointing to the fact that our government faked the lunar landing to begin with. I doubt the moon is even a solid place that is truly traversable, for any terrestrial beings even the Atlantians.

I feel like your guidance is spectacular in regards to navigation on the inner plane. I just hope that samael wasn't a charlitan, self proclaiming mastery. We should separate the wheat from the chaff though; while not throwing out the baby with the bath water.
1 month ago
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#28188
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The clairification is simple: there was an eclipse that day.

Any eclipse, whether called solar eclipse or lunar eclipse, is called so because of the relevant positions of the sun and the moon. That is why he said "an eclipse of the sun and the moon." He did not say there was both a solar and a lunar eclipse on the same day.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

1 month ago
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#28165

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

1 month ago
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#28173
The instructor said there was a solar and lunar eclipse in the same day. There is no way. That is not a possibility.
1 month ago
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#28176
The instructor was reading a translated lecture, and that passage should have said "an eclipse of the sun and moon."

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

1 month ago
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#28186
That is still an inaccurate phenomenological statement, no matter what your explanation is. As one who is interested in transcribing the lectures of the instructors, i would hope to be able to amend the mistakes. Again there was a mistake made, so was it the instructor or the great personality that is so often quoted as "master?"

There must be a clarification.
1 month ago
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#28188
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The clairification is simple: there was an eclipse that day.

Any eclipse, whether called solar eclipse or lunar eclipse, is called so because of the relevant positions of the sun and the moon. That is why he said "an eclipse of the sun and the moon." He did not say there was both a solar and a lunar eclipse on the same day.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

1 month ago
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#28190
" it is a concrete, official, and irrefutable fact; there was during that date a solar and lunar eclipse, that some of you might remember."

That is the quote verbatim

I understand the clarification but not your quote, the instructor made it clear that there was indeed a solar, and lunar eclipse on that day.

I will take note of this, thanks.
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