The moment of the annual September Equinox is fast approaching, in which the sun's path crosses the celestial equator on its way to the December Solstice.
That moment will occur on 22 September at 9:03 pm in North America's Eastern time zone, which is 6:03 pm in North America's Pacific time zone on 22 September, and which is already 23 September in some parts of the world (although the moment that the center of the sun's disc crosses the exact celestial equator is the same moment in time no matter where you are on our planet -- the local time is different, but the moment in time is the same).
Above is a short selection from one of the chapters in my online course, Celestial Mechanics and the Myths, which explains some aspects of the way that the world's ancient myths use the framework of the Equinoxes and Solstices to convey profound truths for our benefit in this life.
That course contains eight full hours of on-demand video content which clearly explain what the celestial equator is and how to find it at your latitude, how the solstices and equinoxes create the framework of our year, and how the heavenly cycles (and especially the annual cycle delineated by the solstices and equinoxes) form the framework which the ancient myths use as a kind of language or code to convey their esoteric teaching.
In addition, it explores the cycles of the Moon and of the ages-long cycle of Precession, so that you can confidently understand all of the most important heavenly cycles used by the world's myths.
The September Equinox -- which is the Autumnal or Fall Equinox for the northern hemisphere of our globe -- plays an extremely significant role in the framework of the myths. At this important juncture, it is of course most appropriate to contemplate our role in this incarnate life and our place in the beautiful world through which we are traveling along with our fellow men and women and all of nature's beings.
And as we do so, we can also consider our responsibility towards maintaining and sustaining and indeed uplifting those around us and with whom we come into daily contact -- as well as the entire earth as it passes through this momentous point on its journey, and on all the other days as well.