Attitude of Gratitude: https://www.AzimuthalEquidistant.org
“..HEY! Anybody seen RAHU? Or the MOON? Our research is ongoing regarding the phenomena of the ‘eclipse’, although our filming of the August 21st, 2017 solar eclipse revealed some interesting clues. Firstly, we looked long-and-hard, before and after the eclipse, and COULD NOT SEE THE MOON in the clear skies to the right or left of the Sun (the path of the supposed Moon transit from our angle/location USA North).
IF THE MOON IS INDEED A ROCK as we were taught/led to believe; and there are few days throughout the months in the year that we can observe the Moon and the Sun in our sky AT THE SAME TIME; then why, on the specific event that the MOON and SUN are supposed to be together in the sky and cross each other, is the MOON NOWHERE TO BE SEEN before or after it crosses in ‘FRONT?’ of the Sun?
PERHAPS THE MOON WAS ACTUALLY HIDDEN ‘BEHIND’ THE SUN?
Using the Nikon P900 w/ [pro]master 67mm Variable NDX filter we zoomed in and got clear videography and photography showing a ‘black circular anomaly’ or ‘energy void’ crossing in front of the Sun (the outside temperature dropped very noticeably). Was it the elusive black sun perhaps, RAHU? Maybe Rahu can tell us, WHERE WAS THE MOON? Strength. GODspeed.”
MUSIC: [Artist; Song Title]
1. Misha Dioxin; Urban Shaman
2. Delicasession; Soar
3. Keosz; Paragon
4. Misha Dioxin; Emerald
5. Kalipluche; Ascent
6. Candlegravity; Brunch Mini Album Mix
7. Lobo Loco; Angels Garden
8. Pictures of the Floating World; Waking Up to the Sun
9. Sergey Cheremisinov; Last Willow Leaf
10. Kai Engel; Periculum
11. Kaela Drew; Asleep in Canoes
12. Pictures of the Floating World; Surge and Swell
13. Podington Bear; Prism Tone
14. So Far As I Know; Cosmogony Single
15. Tapes and Tubes; Years Ago
16. Pictures of the Floating World; On The Clock
Once upon a time there were some grapes. They were great grapes, meticulously harvested, selected and packaged, for my basement! I’m going to share the process, this is after-all an experiment, and a tasty one at that.
First things first, getting the precious grapes to the basement, and once there into food grade polymer barrels (filled just over half way, grapes will rise during fermentation). Cheese cloth works great to cover the tops, and to keep the food flies from getting any ideas.
The following pictures show the grapes already in fermentation, with the skins rising to the top of the juice. For about five days, multiple times daily, you use a tool (as shown) to ‘push’ the cap down, and mix everything together. The grapes are Merlot (80%) and Cabernet Franc (20%), and they smell awesome.