- The Facts:
In speaking engagements through Europe, the Dalai Lama has repeatedly said that the refugees that have flooded European countries over the past few years should have plans to eventually go back to their homeland.
- Reflect On:
Can we step back and provide ourselves a greater context for the Dalai Lama's opinion, so that we can appreciate a bit of the nuance inherent in the matter he is addressing?
Before you begin...
We live in interesting times. With an unprecedented amount of information now readily accessible on portable electronic devices, and the ability to broadcast publicly from those devices is becoming a matter of a few keystrokes. We are being presented with the opportunity to interact with and give our opinions on what other people are saying when they’ree thousands of miles away in real time.
This opportunity can be used to deepen the dialogue of our personal and collective understanding about life, and share wisdom and insights that can be used for the benefit of all. All too often, however, this space becomes a forum for knee-jerk reactions and simplistic black-or-white characterizations on important issues that only serve to polarize rather than advance the discussion.
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The Dalai Lama’s Remarks On Refugees
The remarks the Dalai Lama made on immigration and the refugee crisis during a recent tour of Europe are a case in point. I think we will all concede that the Dalai Lama is a pretty intelligent fellow, and certainly believes highly in compassion for all of humanity. He may not be the most eloquent speaker of the English language, and so he may not always be able to convey the optimal nuance when speaking about highly-charged geopolitical issues like refugees. That being said, his ideas certainly deserve a step-back and an examination of the bigger picture, which involves not only the context of his Buddhist faith but the realities of material-world geopolitics.
While speaking to an audience in Rotterdam in the video below, one questioner said that she was surprised to have read statements the Dalai Lama had made, specifically that ‘Europe belongs to the Europeans,’ and that the refugees should go back to their home country. She asked him to give more details as to how that squares up with all the wonderful things he has said about love, acceptance, and equality. He acknowledges the responsibility that countries have to provide shelter and other necessities to those escaping unlivable and dangerous conditions at home, but stays true to his point on the matter:
The refugees, from different countr(ies), I think, they themselves also should think, their home is their own land. So, in their own home, killing, bully(ing), a lot of suffering, therefore, they, something like, escape, so European countries must provide shelter to them…then the aim is, eventually they should return to their own land, to rebuild their own country. That’s my view, right from the beginning.
Social Media Response
For those who like to make the most simplistic and polarized interpretation of the Dalai Lama’s words, social media provides an immediate outlet for rebuking the words they seem to be taking very personally:
Dalai Lama: Europe belongs to Europeans. Refugees should go home.
Where were you when these European countries bombarded these muslim countries and destroyed everything. Bloody Hypocrite and bootlicker. @DalaiLama
— Younis A Bhat | یونس بٹ (@NtzYBhat) September 13, 2018
Dalai is a bigot of the first order. “The Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, told an audience in Malmö that refugees should return to their native countries to rebuild them.” Should the Dalai not lead by example by returning to Tibet.https://t.co/jcUrgvg3la
— Sabina Basha (@SabinaBasha) September 13, 2018
However, this form of sound-byte communication, where all context is shed and key words and phrases are highlighted to give rise to extremist interpretations, is not going to contribute to the evolution of this discussion about immigration. I believe the Dalai Lama’s words, which represent a bold step into the material realm of geopolitics, are worth ruminating over through a basic context about cultures, nations and borders.
Think of all cultures as collective experiments. Each culture has within it a morality, a notion of what they consider to be good and bad. Friedrich Nietzsche, often lauded as the great ‘Historian of Culture,’ said it this way in his epic allegory Thus Spoke Zarathustra:
Many lands saw Zarathustra, and many peoples: thus he discovered the good and bad of many peoples. No greater power did Zarathustra find on earth than good and bad. No people could live without first valuing; if a people will maintain itself, however, it must not value as its neighbor values.
Much that passed for good with one people was regarded with scorn and contempt by another: thus I found it. Much found I here called bad, which was there decked with purple honors. Never did the one neighbor understand the other: ever did his soul marvel at his neighbour’s delusion and wickedness.
A table of values hangs over every people. Behold. it is the table of their triumphs; Behold. it is the voice of their Will to Power. It is laudable, what they think hard; what is indispensable and hard they call good; and what relieves in the direst distress, the unique and hardest of all, – they extol as holy.
Each culture evolves and becomes strong (or becomes weak or dies out) based on the effectiveness of their ‘table of values,’ their ideas of what is right and wrong. The more the citizens of a culture all reach for the things that are hard and yet are indispensable (what they consider ‘right action’), the stronger the collective becomes.
Note that a ‘culture’ is often associated with a ‘race,’ but these are not really the same thing. Race is genetic, culture is ideological. Hence many races can be part of the same culture.
Nations And Borders
Now think of nations with borders as the incubator for their experiment of culture, in which there is territorial space where it is safe and possible to carry out the experiment of that culture’s particular morals.
Let’s not think about nations and borders as restrictions and limiters of the human experience, or as the ‘source’ of war in the world, before we first recognize that much of human progress has been achieved through the incubation of cultures within bordered territories. This is not to say that nations and borders should be considered the be-all and end-all of human evolution; again, let’s keep things in perspective here.
Recontextualizing The Dalai Lama’s Words
If we can accept the general definitions I’ve laid out, then we can see that the Dalai Lama is very much talking with a deep understanding of the purpose behind cultures, nations, and borders. We are at a stage of human evolution where we are not quite ready to abandon the nation/border model, because the various cultural experiments have not quite run their course, and we have not quite developed nations that have become fully self-realized. There are currently no nations that have become sovereign enough to be in a position to do nothing more than be of service to all other nations.
And so, while recognizing on the one hand that love, humanity, acceptance, and charity are all aspects of the human experience that he espouses deeply, the Dalai Lama also recognizes that the pattern of increasing refugee migration in the world is causing a serious breakdown in the ‘evolution experiments’ going on in each host nation, to the extent that conditions globally for human life and human evolution are deteriorating. It is, I believe, with a deep compassion for the entire human race and our prospects to collectively evolve to a higher place that the Dalai Lama says that refugees should consider in their heart their role of potentially returning to their homeland when conditions allow it.
While many people still jump the gun to judge statements made by public figures, our task in the awakening community is to appreciate–even relish–the delicious depth of nuance in these complex issues. For example, the Dalai Lama is not telling people that they should not immigrate to another country if they have a strong desire to assimilate into that country’s culture. He is addressing the massive exoduses of one culture into another, where those involved have not necessarily made a conscious choice to leave their culture behind and adopt a new one, in order to strengthen the cultural experiment they are going into.
Yes, of course, ultimately the aim is for unity, and the grandest experiment that overlooks all the other experiments is one in which the elimination of all borders, nations, and cultural identities will be part of the human collective becoming one. Let’s just not get ahead of ourselves here, and ground our words and ideas in an understanding of where human evolution is at right now, as I believe the Dalai Lama does.
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New Study Finds Humans Can Access a Higher Level of Consciousness
- The Facts:
A new study sheds light on the existence of a higher level of consciousness in humans that is accessible.
- Reflect On:
Does consciousness originate in the brain or somewhere else? What does this say about who 'we' are as humans?
Before you begin...
New research has discovered verifiable evidence of a higher level of consciousness. Researchers used brain imaging equipment to analyze the small magnetic fields created in the brain and discovered that, across three psychedelic substances, one measure of conscious level — neural signal diversity — was consistently greater.
Neuroscientists discovered a prolonged increase in neural signal diversity — a measure of the complexity of brain activity — in persons under the influence of psychedelic substances as compared to when they were awake.
The variety of brain impulses gives a mathematical indicator of awareness degree. People who are awake, for example, have more diversified brain activity than those who are asleep, according to this measure.
However, this is the first study to show that brain-signal diversity is more than baseline, that is, greater than in someone who is merely ‘awake and aware.’ Previous research has focused on decreased states of awareness, such as sleep, anesthesia, or the so-called vegetative state. More research utilizing complex and diverse models is required, according to the researchers, who are cautiously hopeful.
Professor Anil Seth, Co-Director of the University of Sussex’s Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science, stated:
“This discovery demonstrates that the brain on psychedelics functions quite differently than usual.”
“As evaluated by ‘global signal diversity,’ the electrical activity of the brain during the psychedelic experience is less predictable and less ‘integrated’ than during regular conscious wakefulness.”
“Since this measure has already shown its value as a measure of ‘conscious level’, we can say that the psychedelic state appears as a higher ‘level’ of consciousness than normal — but only with respect to this specific mathematical measure.”
For the study, Michael Schartner, Adam Barrett, and Professor Seth of the Sackler Centre reanalyzed data that had previously been collected by Imperial College London and the University of Cardiff in which healthy volunteers were given one of three drugs known to induce a psychedelic state: psilocybin, ketamine, and LSD.
Using brain imaging equipment, scientists examined the small magnetic fields created in the brain and discovered that, across all three medicines, this measure of conscious level — neural signal diversity — was consistently greater.
The researchers emphasize that this does not imply that the psychedelic state is a “better” or “more desirable” state of consciousness; rather, it demonstrates that the psychedelic brain state is distinct and can be related to other global changes in conscious level (e.g., sleep, anesthesia) by using a simple mathematical measure of signal diversity.
“That identical improvement in signal diversity was discovered for all three medications, despite their rather distinct pharmacology, are both quite remarkable and also encouraging that the results are robust and reproducible,” said Dr. Muthukumaraswamy, who was involved in all three original research.
The findings might help feed ongoing conversations concerning the strictly supervised medical usage of such medications, such as in the treatment of severe depression.
“Rigorous research into psychedelics is garnering greater interest, not least because of the therapeutic potential that these substances may have when taken wisely and under medical supervision,” said Dr. Robin Cahart-Harris of Imperial College London.
“The current study’s findings assist us to comprehend what happens in people’s brains when they experience psychedelic consciousness expansion. People frequently report having “insight” when using these substances, and when this occurs in a therapeutic setting, it can predict beneficial outcomes. The current discoveries may help us understand how this is possible.”
In addition to informing potential medical applications, the study contributes to developing scientific knowledge of how conscious level (how conscious one is) and conscious content (what one is conscious of) are connected.
According to Professor Seth:
“We discovered links between the intensity of subjects’ psychedelic experiences and variations in signal diversity. This shows that our metric is closely related not just to global brain alterations caused by medicines, but also to features of brain dynamics that underpin specific kinds of conscious experience.”
The study team is currently concentrating their efforts on determining how particular alterations in information flow in the brain underpin certain components of the psychedelic experience, such as hallucinations.
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Does Consciousness Create Our Material Reality?
- The Facts:
A new study authored by Robert Lanza suggests observers" are responsible for determining physical reality, and that conscious observers themselves generate and create the structures of time and space.
- Reflect On:
We observers, people like you and I, are responsible for how consciousness forms into physical matter, what does this say about the power of our individual and collective beliefs?
Before you begin...
Where does the “physical” world come from? Matter at its smallest observable form, atoms, pop in and out of existence all the time. The idea that physical matter is birthed from a non physical realm, such as the “quantum vacuum” or the “void”, or something else we are unaware of is not novel. Nikola Tesla himself believed that “all perceptible matter comes from a primary substance, or tenuity beyond conception, filling all space, the akasha, or luminiferous ether, which is acted upon by the life-giving Prana or creative force, calling into existence, in never-ending cycles all things and phenomena.” (Man’s Greatest Achievement, 1907)
A paper published by Parahamsa Tewari in the journal Physics Essays explains,
“A century from now, it will be well known that: the vacuum of space which fills the universe is itself the real substratum of the universe; vacuum in a circulating state becomes matter; the electron is the fundamental particle of matter and is a vortex of vacuum with a vacuum-less void at the center and it is dynamically stable; the speed of light relative to vacuum is the maximum speed that nature has provided and is an inherent property of the vacuum; vacuum is a subtle fluid unknown in material media; vacuum is mass-less, continuous, non viscous, and incompressible and is responsible for all the properties of matter; and that vacuum has always existed and will exist forever….Then scientists, engineers and philosophers will bend their heads in shame knowing that modern science ignored the vacuum in our chase to discover reality for more than a century.”
This non-physical “field” may also be dark energy, we don’t really know or understand it quite well, but we know it exists. A declassified Defense Intelligence Agency document touches on this,
“We do not understand why it exists or how it is created; we simply know it provides an ever-present force on spacetime, causing the universe to expand. Indeed, recent high-precision experimental observations indicate dark energy may be a cosmological vacuum energy.”
So, if our material world is birthed from this non material “stuff”, does consciousness play a factor? It’s interesting to contemplate, especially given the fact that consciousness is not a physical thing, nor is it the result of any known physical process or biology. You cannot pinpoint or find the source of consciousness within the brain. Even at the quantum level, factors associated with consciousness have been known to change the behavior of matter, like photons, suggesting that matter itself may be a conscious perceiving thing.
Does this mean that all “physical” things possess some type of consciousness? Photons don’t have a brain, do they? What about plants? There is a growing amount of evidence suggesting that plants act and behave in ways suggesting that they are a thinking things, capable of feelings, emotions, perceptions and thoughts.
If consciousness can have such an influence over matter, and is a non physical property that exists within all physical things, could it somehow be responsible for the creation of reality? This has been a common theme discussed within the realms of quantum physics for quite some time. In fact, the discussion of “ether”, this non physical, indescribable “stuff” has been the subject of contemplation for thousands of years. Plato wrote about the ether in his work Phaedo, and explained how life exists within it. He believed what air is to us, the ether is to them. Is the ether alive? Is the universe itself, which could be primarily made up of this non-physical stuff, a conscious living entity?
You cannot explain consciousness in terms of the existing fundamentals like space, time, mass, and charge. As a result, the logical thing to do is postulate whether consciousness itself is something fundamental to the existence of reality, to view consciousness itself as one of these fundamentals.
“Why do you insist the universe is not a conscious intelligence, when it gives birth to conscious intelligences?” Cicero, c. 44 BCE
A New Paper
Another paper has emerged claiming that “observers” are responsible for determining physical reality, and that conscious observers themselves generate and create the structures of time and space.
What’s interesting to contemplate here is that, if this is true, it would include all “observers” within the universe itself, not just human observers. It reminds me of the double slit experiment, where tiny bits of matter are shot through a slit forming what’s called a wave pattern of probabilities and possibilities, but when an observer is introduced the wave function collapses.
One of the authors of the paper, Robert Lanza, told Big Think that observers can dramatically affect the “behavior of observable quantities” both at a microscopic and massive spatiotemporal scales. In fact, a “profound shift in our ordinary everyday worldview” is necessary. The world is not something that is formed outside of us, simply existing on its own. “Observers ultimately define the structure of physical reality itself.”
How does this work? Lanza contends that a network of observers is necessary and is “inherent to the structure of reality.” As he explains, observers — you, me, and anyone else — live in a quantum gravitational universe and come up with “a globally agreed-upon cognitive model” of reality by exchanging information about the properties of spacetime. “For, once you measure something,” Lanza writes, “the wave of probability to measure the same value of the already probed physical quantity becomes ‘localized’ or simply ‘collapses.'” That’s how reality comes to be consistently real to us all. Once you keep measuring a quantity over and over, knowing the result of the first measurement, you will see the outcome to be the same
The implications of this are and have always been quite large. The idea that consciousness itself is fundamental to reality suggests that it must have played an integral part in the creation of reality, that consciousness itself had to exist prior to the birth of physical material reality. One could go on and on contemplating things like: if consciousness is fundamental to the creation of physical matter, then what created consciousness itself? Where does consciousness itself originate from? Does existence itself even have a beginning? Can the future change the past, can the past change the future?
Who knows, but the most important point to takeaway here is that consciousness itself is fundamental to the creation of our physical experience. If we want to change the world, ultimately we have to change the way we think, feel and perceive. This is a key factor that is directly intertwined with the type human experience we create for ourselves.
This is why, perhaps, sometimes it seems that the greatest resource for powerful people, politicians and corporations is human consciousness itself. If we ourselves determine what direction humanity heads simply by what we think and feel, just imagine what somebody could do if they could manipulate that aspect within us? The state of the world today, some might say, is chaotic, and that could be a direct result of the fact that the collective mind and heart is not in a state of coherence.
You might say “we are all over the place.” We’re separated by our beliefs and unable to come together in understanding and harmony. This collective state of being in turn will create a physical experience that reflects that, which is exactly what we are seeing today and have seen throughout human history.
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‘Ring Of Fire’ Solar Eclipse In Gemini: A Shift In Mindset
Before you begin...
We are having a New Moon Solar Eclipse in Gemini on June 10th which peaks at 10:42am Universal Time. It will be an annular eclipse which is when the Moon almost completely blocks out the Sun with the exception of its outer edges. It appears like this because the Moon is near its apogee, which is its furthest distance from the Earth. This type of eclipse is also referred to as a ‘Ring of Fire’ due to it appearing this way.
The full annular eclipse will only be visible from parts of Northern Ontario (Canada), parts of Northern Quebec (Canada), parts of Nunavut (Canada) as well as Northwestern Greenland and a portion of Eastern Russia. It will be seen as a partial eclipse throughout most of Canada (with the exception of Southwestern part), the Northern half of Alaska, most of Eastern USA, parts of North Central USA, Greenland, most of Russia, most of Europe, and parts of Asia closer to Russia. However, from some of these locations the Sun will be barely eclipsed and with a shorter window to see it.
A Solar Eclipse is a much more significant type of New Moon which influences a longer term period then a regular one. This is when it occurs near the Lunar Nodes, which is where the path of the Sun and Moon intersect from our perspective on Earth. This happens every six months, along with Full Moon Lunar Eclipses happening prior or following. In this specific case we had a Lunar Eclipse in Sagittarius two weeks before this one. You can read more about that one here.
Both Solar and Lunar Eclipses reflect changes and shifts which affect the following six months and could also influence up to six weeks prior. You may or may not see the effects of it around the time it occurs, but you may feel it and then see it play out in the weeks or months afterwards.
Eclipses are always part of a series that occur in the same opposing signs for 1.5 to 2 years which is where the Lunar Nodes are for most of that period. The positions of the Eclipses and the Lunar Nodes reflect an evolutionary process in how we work with the energies of these signs and pertaining to the areas of our lives being affected (based on our astrological blueprint at the specific time of each of our birth). What results from a series of eclipses in the same signs over these approximately 1.5 to 2 year periods may have longer-term effects beyond the window in which they occur.
North Node Solar Eclipse In Gemini
The shifts reflected by this eclipse are connected to Gemini themes and areas of life, ultimately leading to a revision in how its energies are expressed. It is near the Lunar North Node which in many cases could also indicate changes that have an increasing effect on Gemini expressions.
This process is something that began a year ago and will play out until the end of the year. However, this energy will be the most prominent now, from late Spring to Early Summer. This is because it will be the only Solar Eclipse in Gemini (in this eclipse series) along with its ruler Mercury being retrograde here as well.
Gemini belongs to the Air element which is socially and intellectually oriented. As a Mercurial sign, it is associated with the mind, communication, information, words, writing, facts, curiosity, and commuting. Gemini energy is adaptable, dualistic, agile, versatile, rational, and quick witted yet can also be restless, scattered, duplicitous, overly talkative, and superficial.
Gemini correlates with our local/immediate environment, neighborhood, neighbors, siblings/cousins, communication devices/computers, childhood education, vehicles, and friends/acquaintances from earlier years. Gemini energy is also associated with LGBTQ+ matters as well the different expressions and orientations under that umbrella.
Solar Eclipse Conjunct Mercury Retrograde, Applying Square To Neptune
As mentioned above, Gemini’s ruler Mercury is also retrograde in its own sign of Gemini. What is very interesting is that the halfway point of this (three and a half week) retrograde process will occur hours after this eclipse. This is when Mercury is aligned with the Sun (and the Moon in this case), known as its ‘inferior conjunction’, and is a very significant period of the entire retrograde.
The ‘inferior conjunction’ is a time in which Mercury passes through the heart of the Sun (from a geocentric perspective) and is symbolically seen as a ‘purification’. In our real world experience, it can be a time of ridding ourselves of certain thoughts, ideas, perceptions, old interests, expectations, or other things that are not serving us while the potential for new ones may be seeded. We may experience important insights that can contribute to this process. Although this technically occurs on June 10th/11th, these themes can also play out in the days surrounding this period.
Considering that this significant astronomical event is occurring in the hours following the eclipse, this can suggest that the Mercury retrograde effect of re-calibrating our minds and perception can also be a major part of a longer term astrological backdrop over this following six months that is under the influence of this eclipse. This is a rare occurrence to have both of these happening at the same time, and its even more rare and interesting that it is all happening in a sign that Mercury rules.
The Sun and Moon in this Solar Eclipse are also moving towards a square with Neptune in Pisces. This can add to the scattering and lack of focus reflective of Gemini and the Sagittarian energy of the previous Lunar eclipse in the same nodal polarity. This can also bring confusion, uncertainty, and deception.
Facts, details, and rational thinking can be in conflict with illusions, fantasy, escapism, and ideals. Issues around lack of boundaries may also be a theme over the coming months. This energy can be good for creative efforts that are mentally or communication oriented, or spiritual practices that involve air such as breathwork and meditation. Some of this can play out around June 13th/14th when the Sun makes an exact square with Neptune.
Saturn In Aquarius Square Uranus In Taurus
This month Saturn in Aquarius is currently in its 2nd exact square with Uranus in Taurus which I have mentioned in previous articles. This started in February when the first square occurred and is present all of this year and somewhat next year. This month, especially from June 8th-20th, will be one of the stronger periods of this energy especially when it peaks around June 14th/15th.
This reflects tension and challenges between Saturn and Uranus themes or expressions. Saturn is traditional, conservative, serious, rational, and cautious. It rules commitments, maturity, responsibilities, limitations, restrictions, the status quo, the established order, and structures. It is about patience, practicality, discipline, and boundaries.
Uranus is freedom seeking, detached, revolutionary, radical, rebellious, progressive, reforming, idealistic, unconventional, inventive, innovative, futuristic, and scientific. It represents new technology, discoveries, surprises, disruptions, and separations.
This configuration can play out as ‘old versus new’, ‘restrictions versus freedom’, ‘the status quo versus revolution’, ‘commitments/responsibilities versus liberation’, ‘elder versus youth’, ‘progressiveness versus tradition’ and so forth. This can also be a time of integrating Saturn and Uranus such as applying new, technological, scientific, or metaphysical approaches to help us with our work.
In some cases we can express a certain mix of combined Saturn-Uranus themes and be at odds with a different mix of these energies. Depending on the variables, this can potentially lead to contradictions or hypocrisy.
Venus ‘Out Of Bounds’, Square Chiron & Sextile Uranus
Venus, the planet of love, relationships, friends, social life, values, money, beauty, art, and aesthetics, went ‘out of bounds’ on May 23/24th which will last until June 17th/18th. This when a planet moves outside of the boundaries in the sky which the Sun travels from our perspective on Earth. This is about exploring new territory as well as going outside of our usual limitations and conventional ways of doing things in regards to how we approach Venus areas of life. This can also reflect seeing things objectively and from a different perspective.
At the time of this eclipse, Venus in Cancer is moving towards a square with Chiron in Aries which will be exact on June 12th/13th. This can bring up wounds, blockages, negative patterns, or can reflect themes around healing, holistic perception, or perhaps solutions when it comes to love, friendships, pleasures, values, or monetary issues. In some cases these themes may be tied into family matters, security, or emotional needs being at odds with our individuality and personal needs.
Venus is also in a sextile with Uranus in Taurus which can bring a new, stimulating, unusual, exciting, inspiring, liberating, unexpected, or unique energy around our relations with others. This can also reflect surprises, positive changes, or freeing type of developments around financial matters.
In some cases it can be good for exploring new ways of making money that can be innovative, online, metaphysical, or technologically oriented. This will be strongest on June 13th/14th but it’s possible that our experiences of both this Venus-Uranus configuration and the Venus-Chiron one mentioned above may be intertwined.
Things To Consider
Is there something that you need to shift when it comes to your mindset? Do any of your perceptions, thoughts, ideas, or approaches to communication need to be revised? What has been coming up for you that can be contributing to this process? Is there anything that you need to change or adjust when it comes to your relationship with neighbors, close friends, siblings, or extended family? Are your sources of information reliable, factual, and rational? Do you need to look at things more objectively?
These are just some examples of themes that could come up during this period and over the coming months; however, there may be other variations of this energy playing out as well. This isn’t a time to necessarily set intentions but instead to embrace the evolutionary process that eclipses facilitate. It will peak and reach its maximum eclipse at 10:42am Universal Time on June 10th while it will begin and finish approximately two and a half hours before and after. The exact moment of the New Moon will be 10:53am Universal Time. You can click here to see when the peak is in your time zone.
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