North Pole Solar Eclipse

On June 10, 2021 northern regions, including the North Pole, experienced an Annular Solar Eclipse. An Annular Eclipse occurs when the Moon is far enough away to not completely block out the sun thus creating an alluring Ring Of Fire around it. On the other hand, a Total Eclipse blocks out the whole sun creating spooky darkness! Although there was a Total Eclipse on March 20, 2015, North Pole City wasn’t in the path of totality and only saw about 77.7% of the Sun covered. Interestingly enough somewhere far away within the dark path, the Anti-Christ was born that year!

North Pole City Astronomy

During the various Solar Eclipses, there are holy ceremonies that take place at North Pole City. The Ring Of Fire around an Annular Eclipse is actually considered unholy light. Vampires and other demonic creatures of the night are free to roam about the day during such an astronomical event.  The light is made unholy due to filtering through the Moon. This is the same paranormal process that aid in Werewolf transformation! When the eclipse occurs at Saint Nicholas’s heavenly haven the Christmas Star deviates from its normal figure-eight pattern at the highest point in the sky. This is directly above the giant Christmas tree at the center of the winter wonderland. The holy star sinks low to the horizon just before the eclipse and remains there until the event has ended. The world’s only sky-embedded star then rises back to its blessed position once again. In the photo at the top of this page, it is the white light surrounded by pink skies to the left. Read The Rest On Our Christmas Blog…


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