On Sunday, May 20th, the Moon will be passing in front of the Sun, producing an annular solar eclipse. The path of the eclipse, where the sun will appear to be a “ring of fire,” stretches from China and Japan to the middle of North America, according to spaceweather.com. In the US, people in the west coast would be fortunate enough to see the eclipse which begins at 5:30 pm PDT which will last for two hours.
Starting with the supermoon of May 5, the month of May is laden with multiple important dates of end time significance.
Russia has a new president who decided not to attend the upcoming G8 summit at Camp David, where he and the president of the United States were set for a one on one meeting.
Then, the annular solar eclipses will usher the heavily guarded NATO summit which is scheduled for May 20-21 in Chicago.
Very important nuclear summit will be held on May 23, essentially at the place where ancient Babylon the Great used to stand. The outcome of the meeting involving the UN Security Council members plus Germany and Iran could decide the fate of the world.
For now, watchers are anticipating the eclipse caused by the alignment of the Earth, Moon and the Sun. But at the same time, stars of the Pleiades will also be aligned with the solar eclipse. Some watchers are of opinion that this the annular solar eclipse may be in some way related to the vision given to Dr David Owour in 2006, in which he saw two “wedding rings” on the sky.
Next month, on June 4, there will be a partial lunar ecipse, which will, again, be best seen from locations in and near the Pacific Ocean. Following this partial lunar eclipse, a transit of Venus will occur on June 6. The astronomical phenomenon occurs when the planet Venus, also known as “the Bright and Morning Star,” passes directly between the Sun and the Earth. At that time a small black dot will be seen moving slowly across the Sun. This is a life time event for most people on earth today since this phenomenon will not occur again until year 2117.