Comet Leonard

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On January 3 2021 a new comet was discovered! And an Oracle was given about it for you to listen. It was given before lecture 2 in Series Spiritual Nature and the Spirit of the Feminine (see Winter Oracles here - everyone is most welcome to register for the Oracles).

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Pic - Jupiter was part of the Triangle of Fire with Saturn and the Constellation of Sagittarius.
At the time Uranus is in Aries the sign of the Ram. 

Astronomer Greg Leonard discovered the comet that now bears his name – C/2021 A1 (Leonard) – on January 3, 2021, at the Mount Lemmon Observatory in Arizona. Astronomers report that the discovery images show a tail for the comet, suggesting we might see a nice tail as Comet Leonard draws closer to the Earth and sun. The comet is currently between the orbits of Jupiter and Mars, heading towards the sun where it will swing around and the Sun and Venus. It’ll reach perihelion, its closest approach to the sun, around January 3, 2022. And so we’ll have a whole year to watch this comet as it gets brighter and brighter!

This comet will be initially visible from the Northern Hemisphere, and later will become visible from the Southern Hemisphere in December 2021 and January 2022.

An amazing feature of this celestial visitor is that it’s an ultra-fast comet; it’s traveling at 158,076 miles per hour (254,399 km/h or 70.6 km per second) relative to Earth.

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  1. Leonard's song Suzanne

    55 yr later he arches through our heavens once again. About love, about Jesus, about "Follow me". The mother of his 2 children

    Song from 1966, this amazing live version 1970 

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  2. The River

    He was a very rare and exceptionally talented singer and songwriter. I have pondered the lyrics, Laura, for a long time.  I can remember when I first heard it as a very young teenager. It was then a painting of thoughts with words and guitar.  It inspired me to become a guitarist because the way I learned songs was through folk singers because albums were hard to find.  I don't think I ever visited a record shop.  I bought a reel to reel and recorded the albums my friends had in exchange to make a cassette for them of the songs on my recorder.  I had about 1000+ album recordings on tape.  That is how I started recording audio. 

        I think I had every known album of the time from 1960 - 1973.  It was a time of beautiful music - and some music that was not good for the soul.  When I heard a real 12 string acoustic guitar for the 1st time, I realized the limitations of the audio records; there are much less in dynamic range than our modern equipment can record.  Then I decided to sell all my equipment and tapes and I bought a 12 string guitar and began composing songs as soon as it was in my hands!  Five years later I took up the flute and entered the university as a music student and their recording engineer.  I got to hear all the great young musicians and the most amazing music besides!!!  It was idyllic.  I studied Steiner, Goethe, Schiller and Aristotle and then the great composers and performed in Operas, and Symphonies of Brahms, Beethoven, Mozart, Hadyn, Williams. It was magical and enchanting.

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  3. Re: The River

    Even after 20 years of friendship I didn't know this! Thanks

    it's time for your autobiography to be written. I volunteer to edit it.... and I won't take 5 years this time.

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