Somebody was sending me this and asked me if this is true.
NASA: Planetary Alignment On Jan 4, 2015 Will Decrease Gravity For 5 Minutes Causing Partial Weightlessness???
Planetary Alignment On Jan 4, 2015 Will Decrease Gravity For 5 Minutes Causing Partial Weightlessness.
Strange natural occurrences are happening in the world today. But nothing more magnificent than the one you will experience on January 4, 2015.
According to British astronomer Patrick Moore, at exactly 9:47 PST AM on January 4th, Pluto will pass directly behind Jupiter, in relation to Earth. This rare alignment will mean that the combined gravitational force of the two planets would exert a stronger tidal pull, temporarily counteracting the Earth’s own gravity and making people virtually weightless. Moore calls this the Jovian-Plutonian Gravitational Effect.
Let’s analyse the real sky and the real current movement:
Pluto (still a planet) is transiting till 2024 through the constellation of Sagittarius.
Jupiter (right now in Retro) is transiting through Leo and will be entering the constellation of Cancer in February 2015 again.
This is making very clear, that Pluto and Jupiter are very far away from each other and makes impossible for the alignment mentioned in this article, when we take a close look to the real zodiac:
Now look where you find the Leo/Cancer constellation and Sagittarius. If you use the real astronomical calculation, we know that Jupiter is right at the beginning of Leo, while Pluto is about in the middle of Sagittarius. Drawing a line between those two planets, will not connect!
What a hoax! So, you will not feel “weightless” on the 4th of January 2015. You might feel heavy loaded from a the wonderful x-mas food…
Be happy, be safe!
PS: The chart of the zodiac above, is also incorrectly. There are important parts missing. Cetus, Orion and Sextant are the constellations that you won’t find on paper, but they are in the real zodiac! So far I have not found yet any graphic being updated to our timeline. At least this one shows you “Ophiuchus”…