Krsanna Duran has proposed that Lunar Eclipses are important indicators of Future History, and has recently focussed on the last three Lunar Eclipses of 2009: 7 July; 6 August; and 31 December.
I also think that Lunar Eclipses are important, so here is my take on those (and a few others). Those three are shown on the following map (adapted from a map by Krsanna Duran - eclipse images are from a Goddard Space Flight Center web site, mostly by Fred Espenak):
the triad starts on 7 July 2009 in the Pacific Ocean
where the Toba volcano around 70,000 years ago killed most humans, but left a few survivors to carry on
then on 6 August 2009 goes to Africa,
where modern humans began to evolve
then on 31 December 2009 goes to Africa, India, China and EurAsia
where most humans migrated after leaving Africa,
the 26 June 2010 eclipse seems to be Pacific Ocean (similar to 7 July 2009)
perhaps indicating the completion of the Triad cycle and start of a new cycle,
with the 21 December 2010 eclipse being centered on the USA
showing that the next big thing would be USA-related (probably the collapse of its financial system and the end of its status as the Earth superpower).
The next lunar eclipse is on 15 June 2011 at the Middle East,
probably indicating a global oil supply crisis following the USA financial collapse.
and that is followed by the lunar eclipse of 10 December 2011 at China,
probably indicating the rise of China as the new Earth superpower.
the lunar eclipse of 4 June 2012 is at the central Pacific Ocean
heralding a Pacific-centered conflict between China and the USA. To check on the validity of interpreting the 2012 central Pacific eclipse 2012 as indicating an East -West Conflict between China and the USA, compare the Lunar Eclipse of my birthday, 13 March 1941, which was also centered on the central Pacific Ocean
and foreshadowed the East-West Conflict between Japan and the USA.
The lunar eclipse of 28 November 2012 is at China (similar to 10 December 2011)
indicating victory for China in its conflict with the USA.
The next Lunar Eclipse after the end of 2012 (the critical point of Maya, TimeWave, etc) 25 April 2013 near Africa
The solar eclipse of 22 July 2009 at China and the central Pacific Ocean
indicates the emergence of China as the primary power of the Pacific.
The solar eclipse of 15 January 2010 at Africa, India, and China
indicates a shift in favor of those humans whose ancestors left Africa for India and China.
The solar eclipse of 11 July 2010 at the Pacific Ocean
indicates a Pacific-centered arena of conflict between East and West.
The solar eclipse of 4 January 2011 at the Middle East
probably indicates a global oil supply crisis.
The solar eclipse of 1 June 2011 at North America, but omitting most of the USA,
probably indicates the collapse of the USA global financial system and the shift of Earth superpower status away from the USA.
The solar eclipses of 1 July 2011 and 25 November 2011 at Antarctica
may indicate a period of global turmoil in the wake of the collapse of the USA and the ascent of China.
The solar eclipse of 20 May 2012 from China to the USA
indicates the extension of China's dominance to the collapsed USA.
The solar eclipses of 13 November 2012 and 10 May 2013 at the Pacific Ocean
indicate the Pacific-centered East-West conflict between China and the USA. To check on the validity of interpreting the 2012/2013 central Pacific eclipses as indicating an East -West Conflict between China and the USA, compare the solar eclipses of 27 March 1941 and 21 September 1941
which were at the Eastern Pacific Ocean near America and theWesten Pacific Ocean near Japan, respectively,
The solar eclipse of 3 November 2013 at Africa
is a Hybrid Solar Eclipse, with both Annularity and Totality in various parts of its path.
Frank Dodd (Tony) Smith, Jr. - 2010