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Hurricane Analysis - 10.02.04

The paths of the four major Florida hurricanes all were influenced by the Bermuda High. In October, an early break in the storm pattern will be shifted again at mid month.



The weather patterns that have been governing the onslaught of hurricanes into Florida this year are related to the placement of the eclipse points that create a grid of potentials in the atmosphere. This fall, Jupiter has dominated the eclipse grid in the west and the lunar node has dominated it from the east. Neptune has occasionally provided a remote influence harmonically. The following list of hurricanes will show how these planets working on the grid have influenced the Bermuda High towards more or less constant high-pressure. This turn of events has put Florida in the hurricane tunnel this year.

August 11-14 A steering ridge over Bermuda, to the north of Hurricane Charley, guided the storm as the solar and lunar eclipse points over Africa were aspected to high-pressure during the middle of August. These aspects were produced by a remote influence from Neptune on these points at that time. The hurricane perfectly steered the strong ridge over Bermuda into Florida. Normally the eclipse points respond to the motions of planets that are in their vicinity. This was unique, in that both of the points over Africa were impacted by a specific high-pressure aspect from the planet Neptune that was located over Central America at that time. This was an unusual aspect.

August 26 to September 4 Hurricane Frances also used as strong Bermuda High as a steering ridge to track into Florida. This time however, it was a strong high-pressure aspect from Jupiter over the western pair of eclipse points, that influenced the steering ridge. The 72° jet curve from the solar reflex point was very active in producing a strong high over the eastern third of the continent. In the chart this is the smaller high near the Great Lakes. This high linked to the Bermuda area that was the site of moderate low pressure at that time. A low that was digging south to the east of Bermuda squeezed whatever ambient high-pressure that happened to be just off of the coast and compressed it into a closed block. Just as this was happening the node went to a high-pressure aspect on the eastern pair of eclipse points. This greatly enhanced the linkage between the ridge on the continent and the ridge over the western Atlantic. This combination put a lid on the western Atlantic and Frances balked just off of the coast producing inundating rains in an agonizingly slow passage across the state.

September 5 -16 The next storm to hit Florida was Hurricane Ivan. This mega storm was tracking around the southern reaches of the now greatly enhanced Bermuda High even as Frances was at Florida's doorstep. As the high-pressure spread over the western Atlantic from the linking of the node and Jupiter high-pressure aspects just described, Ivan took a much more southerly route across the Caribbean Sea, crossing the western tip of Cuba and approaching the Gulf Coast from a due southerly direction. The strength and extent of the linked Jupiter and lunar nodal influences focused on the Bermuda High steered the storm into the Florida panhandle for the third hit on the state in one month.

September 20 to 26 Hurricane Jeanne was tracking a path very similar to that of Hurricane Frances a month earlier. On the 17th and 18th of September however the storm veered north into the Atlantic and Floridians breathed a tentative sigh of relief. For the time being it looked as if they had dodged an unprecedented fourth bullet. The northern turn for the storm was coincident with a shift of the lunar node to a low-pressure value that broke down the blocking western Atlantic ridge that was steering it. The storm veered north from the 17th to the 20th, only to encounter another shift on the eclipse grid. This time it was Jupiter from the western pair of eclipse points that once again provided a strong ridge building impulse over the eastern US. The ridge from the 72° jet curve from the solar reflex point resembled the ridge that built up on the continent for Frances. It is interesting to note that Jeanne and Frances made landfalls almost in the same areas. From a planetary flux point of view both were under the influence of very similar planetary aspects.

Looking into the future, the lunar node and Jupiter both go to low-pressure values for the first two weeks of October. This will most likely be good news for the people of the state of Florida. The low pressure should diminish the threat of hurricanes significantly for the western Atlantic for those two weeks. Unfortunately, in the third and fourth weeks of the month the lunar node once again produces a high-pressure ridge building influence over the Bermuda area. This may be another time of enhanced hurricane activity.

During that time however, the moon goes through an eclipse period with a solar eclipse on the 14th and a lunar eclipse on the 28th.The time between eclipses is often at time of unsettled weather. A strong low- pressure value is forecast for the southeast during the eclipse transition time with a strong high-pressure value for the area just off of the East Coast. This combination is supportive of storm energies for the southeast section of the US.