Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Observations in the Night Sky, Corrected Diagram • 14 March 1843
<​Tuesday​> <​March 14. 1843​> [drawing of atmospheric phenomenon showing intersecting circles with accompanying descriptions]
This circle was similar to the one around the moon in appearance. but larger.
A.A. Parhelion, visible from 8 to 9 o clock— P.M. when it was seen by Joseph and this diagram was drawn from his description
This space was darker than other parts of the horizon
Moon
Circle such as is frequently seen.
The outer part of parhelion was much more brilliant than the inner.
The above is a diagram of one of the signs of the times designed to represent. “A union of power and combination of Nations” says Joseph.
Dr , says that at 11. oclock the circles interwoven around the moon were innumerable. [p. 17]
Observations in the Night Sky, Corrected Diagram • 14 March 1843
Tuesday March 14. 1843 [drawing of atmospheric phenomenon showing intersecting circles with accompanying descriptions]
This circle was similar to the one around the moon in appearance. but larger.
A.A. Parhelion, visible from 8 to 9 o clock— P.M. when it was seen by Joseph and this diagram was drawn from his description
This space was darker than other parts of the horizon
Moon
Circle such as is frequently seen.
The outer part of parhelion was much more brilliant than the inner.
The above is a diagram of one of the signs of the times designed to represent. “A union of power and combination of Nations” says Joseph.
Dr , says that at 11. oclock the circles interwoven around the moon were innumerable. [p. 17]
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