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African Ancestral Remembrance Day

1 Aug

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Today we commemorate African Ancestral Remembrance Day.

We pay homage in memory of all those who suffered, endured and secured their freedom.  We especially applaud the numerous ways they maintained their humanity throughout this ordeal in all spheres of human activity. A Special mention to all those including members of the Global family who helped Harriet Tubman and others like her who freed herself and others. When we learn from those who are guided by social justice and spiritual growth, we also bring added meaning to our own existence.

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When Is Your New Year?

2 Mar
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When the brain and the heart work together we can achieve many good things…

 

For many nature lovers, the month of March heralds in the seasonal new year. For those of us living in the upper northern latitudes, we endure because we know that Spring is just around the corner. Additionally, for those of us who have been allowing our creative juices to flow during the magical darkness of the winter months, today is the March 2018 Full Moon. Which means that another lunar cycle has been completed. A gentle reminder to finish what we have started over the previous cycle and celebrate our achievements no matter how small.

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About The Moon

21 Sep

Tracking The Phases of the Moon

When we see the Full Moon, we are witnessing the completion of a 27.3 day cycle. During this cycle, the Moon goes though several different Moon phases.

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The Full Moon Phase 

During a Full Moon phase the Earth is aligned between the Moon and the Sun. So like a set of scales where Earth is in the middle, as the Sun descends in the west, the Moon ascends in the east.

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The New Moon Phase

During a New Moon phase, the Moon is positioned between the Earth and the Sun. This means that because Earth is no longer in the middle, the play of light between the Moon and the Sun, now prevents us from seeing the Moon. So the New Moon is invisible to us.

We are only able to see the Moon because of the sunlight illuminating each of the different phases along the 27 day lunar cycle.

The Gravitational Pull of the Earth

The Earth’s gravitational pull on the Moon, causes the sides to bulge and this in turn locks it into two revolving motions:

1)a rotational spin on its own axis which takes 27 days.

2)a revolving orbit around the earth which takes approximately 27.3 days.

You could say that the Moon is locked into position in a perpetual dance with the Earth and the two orbs in turn orbit the Sun over a 365.25 day cycle.

What is Synchronous Rotation?

As we have said, the Moon rotates on its own axis over a 27 day cycle. It also orbits the earth over a 27 day cycle: for this reason, the Moon appears not to be spinning, this phenomenon is called Synchronous Rotation.

Which Side Do We See?

The Moon spins on its axis such that the illuminated side is seen by all places on earth although at different angles.

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Like Earth, the Moon has a North and a South Pole. We only ever get to see the South Pole because we are looking up at the Moon whilst it is rotating on its axis. It does not flip over to give us a view of the North Pole. We therefore only ever see  a projection of the ‘near side’ and the ‘far side’ is always invisible to us.

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Foundation of Humanity, Culture and Civilisation

22 Jan

 

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2 Jul

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Blue Water Family is a global knowledge forum.  We acknowledge that Africa is the cradle of humanity, culture and civilisation.  We endorse all life affirming traditional knowledge systems, especially those which enhance the quality of life ecologically.   We promote mutual respect, safety, reciprocity, harmony and justice for all.

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