Flower Blood Supermoon (May 26, 2021)
Call it a hunch, or whatever you want, but something happened to me starting on the night of May 25th and ending on the morning of May 27th. I had a blood sugar overload.
It may have been my own fault for eating two helpings of spaghetti bolognese, followed by peach/rhubarb crumble with ice cream. Ordinarily, I take a blood sugar reading in the morning before breaking my overnight fast, but recently I decided to take a second reading just before going to bed. (Maybe that’s where the fault lies: I am usually blissfully unaware if my blood sugar is too high, since I only know what it is the next day.) Anyway, the reading was 20.0! I never go that high. (The time was 11:11 pm…)
On the 26th I took regular readings throughout the day, to track what was going on:
8:21 am – 9.5;
12:35 pm – 9.2;
1:45 pm – 8.0;
3:12 pm – 10.3;
5:33 pm – 12.1;
10:23 pm – 12.1
The next morning my blood sugar level returned to a more normal fasting reading of 5.4.
What makes this ‘strange’ to say the least was that I continued to fast from the night of the 25th to 3:30 pm on the 26th. When the reading at 3:12 pm went up (due to my trying to assist Susan with some small effort in the garden), I thought, ‘To hell with this, I’m eating…’
The before supper reading of 12.1 was matched by my pre-bedtime reading of the same value. I can only wonder what it was during those five hours.
Solar Flares and Northern Lights?
The NASA observatory noted some stormy activity from the Sun hitting the earth on May 26th.
SOLAR SECTOR BOUNDARY CROSSING: Earth’s magnetic field is quieting as effects from the May 26th CME impact subside. The calm should continue until May 30th when our planet is expected to cross through a fold in the heliospheric current sheet.The crossing, called a “solar sector boundary crossing,” could trigger minor geomagnetic activity.SpaceWeather.com
The CME impact is, believe it or not, a Coronal Mass Ejection. All the while, we are going through a Coronavirus Mass Injection! (You can’t make this stuff up!)
The combination of a full moon eclipse and a bombardment of solar energy on the same day is too coincidental. And it affected my blood sugar, for sure.
And, just to be sure the effects weren’t just astrological, I raised a chart for the precise moment that the Sun and Moon were in exact opposition, and then compared that chart to my birth chart, and there were no significant links. So, for once, I can say that this was purely physical.
How did it affect you?