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Eclipse and Its Meaning  

by on Thursday, 30 April 2009No Comment | 1,939 views

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Eclipse has long been believed as an omen by many civilization in the world, and Balinese believe that eclipse gives hints on the situation of the world in near future. The predicted conditions is based on the month of the occurrence of the eclipse, each month has its own result when an eclipse occur during its period. The calendar that is used for this prediction is Caka calendar, so the months are named based on this calendar.

Here is what an eclipse suggest based on the month of its occurrence:

An eclipse which occurs in Kasa (the first month of Caka Calendar, around July) foretells that there will be lot of storms, many disputes and betrayal will happen. While an eclipse which occurs in Karo (the second month of Caka Calendar, around August) indicates that there will be plenty of food and cloths, prosperity will soon come.

An eclipse which occurs in Katiga (the third month of Caka Calendar, around September) portends that there will be many riots occur, people tend to stray from religious path. An eclipse which occurs in Kapat (the fourth month of Caka Calendar, around October) does not give any better forecast, it tells that there will be many storms but lack of rain, harvest failure wil likely to occur.

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An eclipse which occurs in Kalima (the fifth month of Caka Calendar, around November) forecasts that there will many big storms that destroy many houses and crops, landslides occur everywhere, many people suffer. While An eclipse which occurs in Kaenem (the sixth month of Caka Calendar, around December) indicates that there will be many problems as a result of human misconduct, many criminals let loose on the street, rich people full of worries, poor people move to better place.

An eclipse which occurs in Kapitu (the seventh month of Caka Calendar, around January) portends that there will be many lightnings, big floods, and massive destructions. While an eclipse which occurs in Kaulu (the eighth month of Caka Calendar, around February) gives a better news, it forecasts that there will be no problems, prosperity and happines is near.

An eclipse which occurs in Kasanga (the ninth month of Caka Calendar, around March) indicates that there will be war coming soon, a lot of criminals, harvest failures and famines. While an eclipse which occurs in Kadasa (the tenth month of Caka Calendar, around April) foretells that the goverments are ruled by wicked people, economic crisises occur.

An eclipse which occurs in Desta / Jyestha (the eleventh month of Caka Calendar, around May) forecasts that people will healthy and prosperous but there will be many riots. And finally when an eclipse which occurs in Sada (the twelveth month of Caka Calendar, around June), it indicates that there will be many storms, goverments officials fight each other, there will be many plagues and many people die.

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