In memory of my sister Judith Carolyn King.
I have been studying eclipse periods for some years and have noticed that significant deaths often accompany eclipses. which is not unusual since eclipse seasons rule endings and new beginnings. My sister passed away at 3.30 am Eastern Standard time on Easter Sunday morning, 20th April. Two other friends have lost their fathers prior to today’s solar eclipse and following the full moon lunar eclipse and one of our dog park visitors sadly lost his 14 year companion, Muriel and was grieving today when his owners bought him out on a gorgeous, sunny autumn day. As the world turns towards a new season, souls have gone home.
My sister died of a deep seated and untreatable lung infection. She was sixty eight years of age. Her family were gathered around her over the final 48 hours of her life. Her four sons had only been together with her twice in a 30 year period and were with her until two hours before…
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