Monday, September 12, 2011

September 12, 2011

Full Moon 19° Pisces

The Full Corn Moon occurs closest to the Autumn Equinox.

The Harvest Moon Festival is another name for the Mid-Autumn Festival.

This morning I watched the full moon set over the water, much like the photo above. The city remains quiet and somber today as people reflect on yesterday's activities related to 9/11 ... and life moves along as many wait for the next shoe to drop. I listened to some people on the news talking about 9/11. Some just want to move on without the annual reminder and emotional attachments designated to that day, but others, who lost someone, want it to continue on as in the past 10 years, saying they are unable to let go. It all goes to one's emotional codes and understanding about reality and ability to remember higher truth.

I was shocked at the stats for Sunday - 1,731,527 - but realize people want to know more about what is really coming. From every perspective it's about "remembering" which I have blogged for 16 years. This morning I updated my 9/11/11 blog and may add more photos later. Please check the updated file.

Many clients, who understand that reality is consciousness and is therefore shifting, have presented me with outdated theories about a higher frequency Earth, 4th or 5th dimension, and concepts that are feasible if one truly considers them with their head (consciousness), not their emotions.

Not far from Ground Zero in lower Manhattan, we find Chinatown.

China plays a very important roles on the world stage today.

September 12, 2011

Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival

  Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival   Google Videos

The Mid-Autumn Festival , also known as the Moon Festival or Zhongqiu Festival, is a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese, Taiwanese, and Vietnamese people. Dating back over 3,000 years to moon worship in China's Shang Dynasty, it was first called Zhongqiu Jie (literally "Mid-Autumn Festival") in the Zhou Dynasty. In Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines, it is also sometimes referred to as the Lantern Festival or Mooncake Festival. The traditional food of this festival is the mooncake, of which there are many different varieties. The Chinese festival is very traditional and a great way to celebrate.