Christmas morning assumptions to all

Old Sol

Good morning readers.  Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.

I assume all of you are responding to the Universe in whatever ways suit you best this morning, and I wish that on you with profound enthusiasm and cheer.

For those of you who haven’t noticed, things have changed a lot here on earth since last Christmas.  For instance, the barycenters of earth and moon:

                                   Earth                                 
    
                     Barycentric Equatorial Positions                    
                    Mean Equator and Equinox of J2000.0                  
    
   Date        Time               X                Y                Z  
        (UT1) 
             h  m   s             AU               AU               AU
2012 Dec 25 00:00:00.0    -  0.059985055   +  0.898520188   +  0.389478777

                                   Earth                                 
    
                     Barycentric Equatorial Positions                    
                    Mean Equator and Equinox of J2000.0                  
    
   Date        Time               X                Y                Z  
        (UT1) 
             h  m   s             AU               AU               AU
2011 Dec 25 00:00:00.0    -  0.048871098   +  0.900279920   +  0.390286717

                                   Moon                                  
    
                     Barycentric Equatorial Positions                    
                    Mean Equator and Equinox of J2000.0                  
    
   Date        Time               X                Y                Z
        (UT1) 
             h  m   s             AU               AU               AU
2012 Dec 25 00:00:00.0    -  0.058478965   +  0.900591248   +  0.390372982

                                   Moon                                  
    
                     Barycentric Equatorial Positions                    
                    Mean Equator and Equinox of J2000.0                  
    
   Date        Time               X                Y                Z
        (UT1) 
             h  m   s             AU               AU               AU
2011 Dec 25 00:00:00.0    -  0.048617062   +  0.897988672   +  0.389385589

Nothing to be alarmed about, at least not yet, but still something to keep in mind.  I’m a lot more concerned about Old Sol and that Frosty The Snowman carrot he’s got for a nose at the moment.  That can’t bode well for any of us.

However, on a more cheerful note.  Or less ominous, anyway.

I just got around to opening my latest Hawaii KONATE bulletin from December 19, expecting to find out what time it was somewhere sometime.  Instead, I got this:

human clock

time greetings

I’m not certain what to make of it.  The time might be ten minutes until twelve somewhere, or  what?  Ten pm?

Then there’s this thing declaring time is valuable and what I ought to do with mine.  What the hell do these people know about time?  If it’s so valuable, what the hell are they doing lying around pretending to be a clock?

Here I was wanting to know what time it was in Hamburg sometime last week and might be in Peking day-after-tomorrow.  Last thing I wanted Christmas morning was a lot of cryptic meaning telling me what to do with my time and people lying around somewhere sometime on an upside-down clock.

But I hope you’ll all respond to it in whatever barycentric way you choose.

The New Old Jules and the Enlightened Cats

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7 responses to “Christmas morning assumptions to all

  1. Maybe the clock is the opposite of the Mayan calendar, in that the world is just beginning and not ending? It’s a peculiar image, though. Happy Xmas.

  2. I’ve been looking at time and the possibilities for its absolute meaninglessness, and here I see another image that seems to be alluding to it. But that’s just me. Which is, perhaps, the whole point of “time”: it’s whatever we assign to it. I hop Old Sol is shining down on your morning with sparkling insight.

  3. Time is a figment of the human imagination. It was invented by the “movers and shakers” of the man-made world as a way to motivate the rest of us. It is a tool to make us hurry up, or make us feel guilty if we do not meet some arbitrary deadline. It has become so deeply indoctrinated into our culture that most would have difficulty functioning without Time. For this reason, in whatever manner suits you to respond to the Universe today, I hope you take your time doing so.

  4. Merry Christmas, Old Jules. Maybe they were giving the time of Jesus’ birth – 5.20 am. They are all asleep after all. Happy dreaming for 2013.

    The Mayan calendar is right, a new phase in the order of Earth begins, Doomsday to old ideas and concepts and ways of doing things. Hang loose!

  5. Something I said? Hey Jules, haven’t heard from you for a while, wondering whether you’ve stopped blogging or cut me off from your list. I’d totally understand if that’s the case; just drop us a line and let me know how things are in your quadrant. Miss you. Best. Wesley

    • Hi Colltales, thanks for the note. Old Jules just isn’t posting these days, being busy with other projects… nobody’s been cut from the list. I’ll be keeping the blog “alive” for whenever he does decide to put time on it, so you won’t miss anything! ~Jeanne

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