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  • pat trigilio
    Mahala I like your idea. I have a question for the group....why am I getting unsubrscribve messages. Is anyone else/??? Pat ...
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 13 6:02 AM
      Mahala I like your idea.
      I have a question for the group....why am I getting unsubrscribve messages.
      Is anyone else/???
      Pat


      >From: "Mahala McMillan" <mahalapmcmillan@...>
      >Reply-To: genpcfr@egroups.com
      >To: <genpcfr@egroups.com>
      >Subject: [genpcfr] Re: Interesting Information re:Dec 22 Moon
      >Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1999 07:05:28 -0600
      >
      >John: Very interesting bit of information! Maybe if we all go out at the
      >same time on the night of Dec 22 to take a peak, we can hold hands
      >"lunarlly" and know that each is thinking of the other. Mahala
      >
      >----- Original Message -----
      >From: <JGrimes227@...>
      >To: <carolinaroots@egroups.com>; <genpcfr@egroups.com>
      >Sent: Sunday, December 12, 1999 9:42 PM
      >Subject: [genpcfr] Interesting Information re:Dec 22 Moon
      >
      >
      > > Thought some might find this interesting - got it from a friend.
      > >
      > > December 22, 1999, will be the Last Lunar Hurrah of the Millennium:
      >This
      > > year will be the first full moon to occur on the wintersolstice, Dec.22,
      > > commonly called the first day of winter. Since a full moon on the winter
      > > solstice occurred in conjunction with a lunar perigee (point in the
      >moon's
      > > orbit that is closest to Earth) The moon will appear about 14% larger
      >than
      >it
      > > does at apogee (the point in it's elliptical orbit that is farthest from
      >the
      > > Earth) since the Earth is also several million miles closer to the sun
      >at
      > > this time of the year than in the summer, sunlight striking the moon is
      >about
      > > 7% stronger making it brighter. Also, this will be the closest perigee
      >of
      > > theMoon of the year since the moon's orbit is constantly deforming. If
      >the
      > > weather is clear and there is a snow cover where you live, it is
      >believed
      > > that even car headlights will be superfluous. On December 21st. 1866
      >the
      > > Lakota Sioux took advantage of this combination of occurrences and
      >staged
      >a
      > > devastating retaliatory ambush on soldiers in the Wyoming Territory.
      > > ::::::::In laymen's terms it will be a super bright full moon, muchmore
      >than
      > > the usual AND it hasn't happened this way for 133 years! Our ancestors
      >133
      > > years ago saw this. Our descendants 100 or soyears from now will see
      >this.
      > > But we get to see it in 2 weeks! Now how cool is that?
      > >
      > > John B. Grimes
      > > jgrimes227@...
      > > Fairfax Station, VA 22039-2729
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