LAS VEGAS, Aug. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- There's a total solar eclipse coming to America on August 21st 2017 and it's bringing millions of Americans together who all want front row seats to collectively witness what is anticipated as the most-viewed celestial event in U.S. history.
Others are gathering across the country to get a break from the fear, drama and discord so they can appreciate the rare beauty and mystery of the total solar eclipse as it crosses over Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Millions of out-of-town visitors and stargazers are expected to flood into these areas, hopeful to catch a glimpse of the eclipse from the best possible viewing angle -- potentially creating a sizeable traffic jam stretching across the heart of the United States.
While no suggestions are being given on how to navigate the coming influx of traffic from Oregon to South Carolina, the historic space event has inspired a collective movement to use the celestial sign as a launch pad to put differences aside and achieve one common goal.
"Instant enlightenment," says David Griffin, Imperator of the world famous Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a respected society of intellectuals and philanthropists founded in 1888.
According to Griffin, the total eclipse happening in two weeks presents a unique opportunity to collectively achieve a quantum leap in the evolution of consciousness. He provides a simple method tested by himself to achieve an experience of illumination during the 1999 total eclipse in Hungary.
"Everyone is encouraged to come together as humanity everywhere, anywhere, of any race, class, religion, belief or culture to experience enlightenment and evolution," says David.
He is freely giving away the ancient Hermetic method for Enlightenment during a total eclipse at http://www.EclipseEnlightenment.com/
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SOURCE David Griffin