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I recently received a very grave -no pun intended- warning from Survivor Miles who I believe may be located in or near Texas. Survivor Miles recently survived a vicious zombie attack, armed with only his wits and hedge clippers. His parents unfortunately were not so lucky.

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Darksides (plural) of the Moon!

Hail Survivors,

I just got up. I was up very, very late monitoring the eclipse, the solstice and the effect that the conjunction of these two very important events was having on the space time continuum in general and the supernatural world specifically. I’m happy to report that most of us appear to have survived.

(Although there have been some disturbing reports of a “werepyre” phenomenon related to the eclipse here http://sethonsurvival.com/?p=605&cpage=30#comment-17154.)

(And even more disturbing, a dire shortage of sandwiches here: http://sethonsurvival.com/?p=605&cpage=30#comment-17168)

But at any rate, I hope that you all got a chance to watch the solstice lunar eclipse but in case you didn’t see it – or if like me your photos didn’t do it justice – the here is a good time lapse video of it. If you DID miss it it is only another 84 years until the next one in 2094, providing the world survives 2012 that is. Now 84 years is a long time to human but I suspect that there are a few vamps here that watched this one that saw the last one 1638.

Anyways enough blabbing, here’s the video.

Keep on keeping on.

Seth

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