Mondiale France 2024



Mars Vénus Pluton 2024



Total Solar Eclipse

On April 8, the Moon’s shadow will sweep across the United States, as millions will view a total solar eclipse. For many, preparing for this event brings memories of the magnificent total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017.

Wider, More Populated Path

The path of totality – where viewers can see the Moon totally block the Sun, revealing the star’s outer atmosphere, called the corona – is much wider during the upcoming total solar eclipse than it was during the eclipse in 2017. As the Moon orbits Earth, its distance from our planet varies. During the 2017 total solar eclipse, the Moon was a little bit farther away from Earth than it will be during the upcoming total solar eclipse, causing the path of that eclipse to be a little skinnier. In 2017, the path ranged from about 62 to 71 miles wide. During the April eclipse, the path over North America will range between 108 and 122 miles wide – meaning at any given moment, this eclipse covers more ground.

The 2024 eclipse path will also pass over more cities and densely populated areas than the 2017 path did. This will make it easier for more people to see totality. An estimated 31.6 million people live in the path of totality this year, compared to 12 million in 2017. An additional 150 million people live within 200 miles of the path of totality.

By Abbey Interrante
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.

William Lilly



IA Google Gemini

Google Gemini AI

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Gemini launched on the evening of December 6, is Google’s most advanced and general AI model ever, Gemini is the first AI to surpass humans at the expert level, which scored 95.8% in the test. similar investigation. The result of GPT-4 was 71%, LLAMA-2 reached 68% and Anthropic’s Claude 2 reached 78.5%. Too superior compared to the remaining competitors. Unlike other popular large language models in recent times, Gemini is built in a multimodal direction, meaning it can generalize, operate and combine on many different types of information including text, code, and sounds. audio, images and video. Can be used in 180 countries and territories.


Germaine de Staël



Eclipses 2020 2025



_________   Moires   _________


Dans la mythologie grecque, les Moires (en grec ancien Μοῖραι / Moîrai) sont trois divinités du Destin : Clotho (« la Fileuse »), Lachésis (« la Répartitrice ») et Atropos (« l’Inflexible »). Elles sont associées aux cycles cosmiques, aux grandes déesses de la nature, de la végétation et de la fertilité1.
Elles deviennent les Parques, dans la mythologie romaine. On retrouve des personnages similaires dans la mythologie nordique avec les Nornes, ou encore dans la mythologie lituanienne avec les Deivės Valdytojos (en). Wiki



Social media programming

Former Facebook Exec: ‘You Dont Realize It But You Are Being Programmed’
By Jennings Brown PublishedDecember 11, 2017 –

This is the year everyone—including founding executives—began publicly questioning the impact of social media on our lives.

Last month, Facebook’s first president Sean Parker opened up about his regretsover helping create social media as we know it today. “I don’t know if I really understood the consequences of what I was saying, because of the unintended consequences of a network when it grows to a billion or 2 billion people and it literally changes your relationship with society, with each other,” Parker said. “God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.”

Chamath Palihapitiya, former vice president of user growth, also recently expressed his concerns. During a recent public discussion at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Palihapitiya—who worked at Facebook from 2005 to 2011—told the audience, “I think we have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works.”

Some of his comments seem to echo Parker’s concern [emphasis ours]. Parker has said that social media creates “a social-validation feedback loop” by giving people “a little dopamine hit every once in a while, because someone liked or commented on a photo or a post or whatever.”

Just days after Parker made those comments, Palihapitiya told the Stanford audience, “The short-term, dopamine-driven feedback loops we’ve created are destroying how society works,” Palihapitiya said. “No civil discourse, no cooperation; misinformation, mistruth. And it’s not an American problem—this is not about Russians ads. This is a global problem.”

It’s as if Parker and Palihapitiya got together at a bar that week to work out their inner demons. When the host asked Palihapitiya if he was doing any soul searching in regards to his role in building Facebook, he responded: “I feel tremendous guilt. I think we all knew in the back of our minds—even though we feigned this whole line of, like, there probably aren’t any bad unintended consequences. I think in the back, deep, deep recesses of, we kind of knew something bad could happen. But I think the way we defined it was not like this.”

He went on to explain what “this” is:

So we are in a really bad state of affairs right now, in my opinion. It is eroding the core foundation of how people behave by and between each other. And I don’t have a good solution. My solution is I just don’t use these tools anymore. I haven’t for years.

Speaking more broadly on the subject of social media, Palihapitiya said he doesn’t use social media because he “innately didn’t want to get programmed.” As for his kids: “They’re not allowed to use this shit.”

Then he got even more fired up: “Your behaviors—you don’t realize it but you are being programmed. It was unintentional, but now you gotta decide how much you are willing to give up, how much of your intellectual independence,” he told the students in the crowd. “And don’t think, ‘Oh yeah, not me, I’m fucking genius, I’m at Stanford.’ You’re probably the most likely to fucking fall for it. ‘Cause you are fucking check-boxing your whole Goddamn life.”



Early Interview with Robert Hand, Robert Schmidt, and Robert Zoller

Early Project Hindsight Interview with Robert Hand, Robert Schmidt, and Robert Zoller
The Astrology Podcast

Episode 416 is a recording of an early interview with the founders of Project Hindsight, which was a translation project for ancient astrology in the 1990s, led by Robert Schmidt, Robert Hand, and Robert Zoller.

This interview was conducted by an astrologer named Jeanne Mozier (1945–2020) in her home in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, in July of 1993.

This would have been only three months after the Project Hindsight translation project was first announced at the Northwest Astrological Conference in April of 1993, so this is an extremely early interview when they were still in the very early phases of the project.

In the interview the three astrologers describe their plans for the project, how they were approaching it, and what their motivation was for undertaking such an ambitious undertaking.