Friday, December 30, 2005

World Day Of Conscience March 29, 2006

A proposal for a World Day of Conscience to be observed on March 29, 2006 and on the occasion of all future appearances of the total solar eclipse "Eye of God".

Three lunations from today, on Wednesday March 29th, 2006 the total solar eclipse "Eye of God" will once again appear in the skies above our planet Earth. This symbolic "Eye of God" will "look down from the heavens" above the east coast of South America (Brazil), Central and North Africa (Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria,Chad, Libya and Egypt), EurAsia and Asia (Turkey, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia).

Robin Edgar is proposing that human beings in all parts of the World may respond to the spectacular cosmic symbolism of the total solar eclipse "Eye of God" by observing a World Day of Conscience on Wednesday March 29, 2006 and on all future dates when the total solar eclipse "Eye of God" appears in the skies above our planet Earth.

World Day of Conscience should be observed in a manner that calls attention to and seeks redress for any and all forms of injustices and abuses that occur in the world. Special attention should be given to those matters of conscience in the domain of human rights, civil liberties and social justice, as well as serious environmental and ecological concerns.

World Day of Conscience may be observed in diverse manners. It is up to those individual people and groups who choose to observe World Day of Conscience to decide what are the most appropriate ways for them to observe this day.

Religious and spiritual observances are certainly encouraged however non-religious manners of observing World Day of Conscience may also be appropriate.

Suggestions for various ways to observe World Day of Conscience are welcomed, as are diverse forms of co-operation with and support for World Day of Conscience. At present the most urgent need for co-operation and support is simply to spread the news about World Day of Conscience as rapidly and as widely as possible to human beings in all parts of the world.

Total solar eclipses following that of March 29, 2006 will occur on August 1, 2008; July 22, 2009; July 11, 2010; November 21, 2012; March 20, 2015; March 9, 2016; and August 21, 2017. A map that shows the paths of totality of these and other future total solar eclipses may be viewed at the NASA eclipse web site.

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Blogger Robin Edgar said...

As above. So below. . .

The following is simply a reworking of what I posted above in my initial post. It will fit onto a single sheet of paper with appropriate font and formatting. Suggestions for improvements are always welcome. I recommend using the Arial or Humanist font in 11 point size -


On Wednesday March 29th, 2006 the total solar eclipse "Eye of God" will appear in the skies above Brazil, Africa (including Egypt), EurAsia, Russia and Mongolia. Robin Edgar is proposing that human beings in all parts of the World may respond to the spectacular cosmic symbolism of the total solar eclipse "Eye of God" by observing a World Day of Conscience on Wednesday March 29, 2006 and on all future dates when the total solar eclipse "Eye of God" appears in the skies above our planet Earth. Total solar eclipses will occur on August 1, 2008; July 22, 2009; July 11, 2010 and, God willing. . . well into the future. The total solar eclipse “Eye of God” will traverse the United States of America from Pacific to Atlantic on August 21, 2017. Maps showing the paths of totality of these and other future total solar eclipses may be easily found on the internet with pertinent key word searches as can more information about the total solar eclipse “Eye of God” and other profound cosmic religious symbolism that is displayed during total solar eclipses.

World Day of Conscience should be observed in a manner that promotes justice and right relations between all people and which calls attention to, and seeks atonement and redress for, any and all injustices and abuses that occur in the world. Special attention should be given to those matters of conscience in the domain of human rights, civil liberties and social justice, as well as serious environmental and ecological concerns. World Day of Conscience may be observed in diverse manners. It is up to those individual people and groups who choose to observe World Day of Conscience to decide what are the most appropriate ways for them to observe this day. Religious and spiritual observances, including inter-faith events, are encouraged but non-religious manners of observing World Day of Conscience are also appropriate.

Suggestions for various ways to observe World Day of Conscience are most welcome, as are diverse forms of co-operation with and support for organizing and sustaining World Day of Conscience observances now and in the future. At present the most urgent need for co-operation and support is simply to spread the news about World Day of Conscience as rapidly and as widely as possible to human beings in all parts of the world so that it may be very successfully observed for the first time on March 29, 2006. Please visit http://worlddayofconscience.blogspot.com to provide your suggestions and support for the first observance of World Day of Conscience on March 29, 2006.

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