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The 9 Best Photos of This Morning's Sunrise Eclipse

Full disclosure: I slept through this morning’s solar eclipse, which is a real shame because watching the Sun rise over the horizon while being partially blotted out by the Moon is objectively one of the coolest things anyone is likely to see this year. I mean, I paid actual money to see Cruella, but I couldn’t get…Read more...
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Gemini Solar Eclipse: Brothers and Sisters

S ome years ago, I spent a few months happily devouring Alexander McCall Smith’s series of novels about The #1 Ladies Detective Agency. The series follows the adventures of Precious Ramotswe, the first lady detective in a small town in Botswana. What makes the series singularly appealing is the peek into a gentle way of life that is passing away (and for all I know, might never have existed, just as Mayberry represented an idealized version of 1950s rural life in the United States). For instan...
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Highlights for June 7-13, 2021: We Happy Few

We Happy Few Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Whispers from the past T his week’s New Moon at 19.47 Gemini (June 10, 2021, 3:52 am PDT) brings a Solar Eclipse at the North Node of the Moon. Eclipses bring change and often, some agitation. But as we go through the current eclipse spin cycle, we can rest assured that this process will move us in the direction of growth, curiosity, learning, and open-mindedness. The Sun and Moon at this eclipse are conjunct retrograde ...
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13 Spectacular Pics of the 'Super Blood Moon' Eclipse From Around the World

In the wee hours of Wednesday morning on the East Coast of the United States, Earth’s shadow enveloped the Moon in darkness, marking the first lunar eclipse since January 2019 and one of two lunar eclipses we’ll witness in 2021. Not only that, but this eclipse took place during a “Super Blood Moon”—making it…Read more...
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Lunar Eclipse in Sagittarius May 2021

The Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse occurs at 12:13 (BST) on May 26, 2021 at 05°Sg25′. Edited Extract from Patreon Recording Transcript – The Moon is in Sagittarius, in the global 9th house, a sign and place associated with searching for the truth. This is a house connected to religion and belief and here is where we may be getting unstuck because this is a South Node Eclipse. We’re being asked to move away from old beliefs, old assumptions. With its big picture view, Sagittarius tends to make sweeping ...
Tags: Earth, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Sagittarius, Astrology, Pisces, Eclipses, South Node, Pierre Paul Prud, Moon Phases, Lunar Eclipse, North Node, Full Moon in Sagittarius, Jupiter Jupiter


How to Watch Tomorrow's ‘Super Blood Moon’ Eclipse

On Wednesday, May 26, the Moon will move into Earth’s shadow, resulting in the first total lunar eclipse in nearly two and a half years. Here’s how to see it, regardless of where you live in the world.Read more...
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Don't miss the Super Blood Moon on May 26!

On Wednesday, May 26, we'll be treated to a Super Blood Moon. This total lunar eclipse will be "super" because it's a full moon coinciding with the time that the moon is closest to Earth during its orbit. But what's the blood all about? — Read the rest
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Sagittarius Lunar Eclipse: I’m a Stranger Here Myself

This is one of my favorite pieces from my archives, written at the June 2012 Lunar Eclipse in Sagittarius.  You can’t go back home to your family, back home to your childhood … back home to a young man’s dreams of glory and of fame … back home to places in the country, back home to the old forms and systems of things which once seemed everlasting but which are changing all the time – back home to the escapes of Time and Memory. – Thomas Wolfe T This week’s Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse is in Sagitta...
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When to See This Month's 'Super Flower Blood Moon'

The next celestial event to light up the sky across the Northern Hemisphere has a name befitting its red-tinted hue: The Super Flower Blood Moon. No, that mouthful of a name isn’t a purely scientific term, but as far as full moons go, this month’s is definitely worth the space on your calendar. It’s the product of a…Read more...
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Everything You Need to Know About the Sunrise Eclipse of June 2021

Skywatchers who get up early on Thursday, June 10 are in for a rare treat: On that morning, people in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada will see the Sun rise while in the midst of a deep partial eclipse. The event will be of special interest to photographers, who will have the chance to capture the…Read more...
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Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius December 2020

The Solar Eclipse occurs at 16:16 (UT) on December 14. 2020 at 23°Sg08′. I have made my Global Astro-Tarot reading over on Patreon free for everyone to listen to for this lunation. Click this link to go to my Patreon and listen. New Moon blessings to all. The post Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius December 2020 appeared first on LUA ASTROLOGY.
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Sagittarius New Moon: Wise Pilgrim

I I’ve been ignoring current events to the best of my ability for some time now, but the occasional atrocity slips past the goalie – the COVID saga, small businesses driven into extinction, death counts, the divisiveness even among old allies. It’s all too big and too terrible, and when we try to swallow each day’s events in one tremendous social media gulp—the politics, the hatred, the death counts, the news of friends variously losing parents and pets and jobs and health—we naturally choke on...
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Gemini Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse: Beyond Words

The Gemini Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse at 8°38′ Gemini is on Nov. 30, 2020, 1:30 am Pacific Time. I n Gemini, the Moon finds comfort in language – in the reassuring hum of parents’ voices down the hall as their children fall asleep; in the soothing mantra, the dog’s welcoming bark, delighted laughter, a favorite poem. Even, when the time comes, in the sensitive eulogy for a loved one, delivered by someone with keen powers of observation and a lyrical tongue. Eclipses of the Moon reveal uncon...
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Lunar Eclipse in Gemini – November 2020

The Lunar eclipse takes place at 09:29 (UT) on November 30, 2020 at 08°Ge38′. The Moon is the only body in the skies that is in an air sign. It seems like our focus and choices are being narrowed. There are important decisions to make around this time, choices that will play a part in our unfolding future. Full Moons are a time of culmination, conclusion, closure, completion but it’s out of the ordinary as the Moon is connected to the Nodes, the Gates of Karma. Eclipse season puts us in touch wi...
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Capricorn Lunar Eclipse: Nobody’s Child

I ’m well into my fifties now, and it’s been more than 20 years since I had a living parent. And I’ll admit, there are still days that I miss being someone’s child. However much one is loved by a spouse, friends, or children, there’s something about having a loving parent that makes you feel you’ve always got a soft place to fall. When I see friends my age coping with their ailing parents, though, part of me is relieved that I never had to watch my mother and father slowly falter, their memori...
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How to see Buck Moon eclipse

Instead of getting yourself into an ill-advised crowd to see this year’s fireworks, stay at home and look at the moon — the spectacle will be just as good. This month’s full moon is happening on July 4, and is known as the “Buck Moon.” The name is derived from the natural phenomenon that typically occurs in July, wherein a male deer grows its new antlers. Deer shed their antlers after mating season, and then grow new ones when warmer weather comes. But there’s more to this full moon than it...
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Solar Eclipse in Cancer June 2020

The Solar Eclipse occurs at 07:41 (BST) on June 21, 2020 at 00°Cn21′.This eclipse is a North Node eclipse, meaning that events and impressions that occur around this time are there to help our soul’s growth. We’re asked to come out of our comfort zone (the South Node), watch for signs and signals, pay attention to our gut instincts.But this isn’t easy as the eclipse takes place in Cancer – a sign associated with home and family, the quiet indoor world we inhabit away from the public eye. In Canc...
Tags: Mars, Neptune, Astrology, Pisces, Eclipses, South Node, Moon Phases, David BurliukThe


Cancer Solar Eclipse: Setting the Table

M y grandfather built the house himself, a smallish bungalow a few miles from the river, with a good porch and a barn across the road. It was a humble house with three tiny bedrooms and a bathroom added by dad years later, when there were two small kids and a third on the way and Mom was fed up with dragging everything around to the outhouse. At the center was a large, eat-in kitchen, with bedrooms and living room radiating from it like the rays of the sun. Six of us ate our meals at a round, ...
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Ring of fire eclipse in June

If you look up at the sky on June 21 and see a giant ring of fire, it’s not a sign that the apocalypse is finally here — despite what the rest of 2020 may suggest. It’s actually a dramatic annular solar eclipse. An annular eclipse, also known as a “ring of fire” eclipse, occurs when the new moon is furthest away from Earth on its elliptical orbit, and doesn’t cover the sun completely while passing between our planet and the sun. The moon then has a circle of sunlight around its edges, making...
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Eclipse Aspects to Natal Planets: The Narrative of Change

Chances are, your birth chart contains at least one planetary configuration so dreadful that astrologers take one look and gasp: “How do you live with that?” And you shrug. Because it’s like having been born with blue eyes or red hair: that’s the way it’s always been for you, so you’re pretty much used to it, much the way one gets used to a throbbing arthritic joint. A hypothetically awful aspect is your cross to bear, as Sister Rita used to say. But the very aspects that inspire terror in the c...
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Sagittarius Lunar Eclipse: The Shallow End of the Pool

B ecause genetics and fate seem to share a wry sense of humor, a great many of us find ourselves born into families with people whose views diverge sharply from our own. If you’re like me, you find this particularly difficult because while you have strong convictions, you were also raised to be polite and to avoid confrontation. My family and I love each other; we want to enjoy the little time we get to spend together. After so many years, we all know the rules—what we can talk about and what ...
Tags: Mars, Neptune, Gemini, Sagittarius, Astrology, Eclipses, South Node, Full Moon, North Node, Leo Sun


Lunar Eclipses and Relationships

Certainly, eclipses falling in your 7th house (or in aspect to natal Venus, planets in your 7th house, or the planet that rules your 7th house) are signals that your relationship world is likely to be rocked by change. But all lunar eclipses, regardless of which houses they fall in, represent critical moments in evaluating relationships. At a Lunar Eclipse, the Sun and Moon are in opposition (Full Moon), an aspect that reveals us to ourselves through our personal interactions. The June 5, 2020 L...
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Episode 27 | The Amazing Disappearing Venus & Cancer’s Flavor of the Day

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 27 (5/25/20) Title: 027 | The Amazing Disappearing Venus, & Cancer’s “Flavor of the Day” April and Jen track Mercury as he judges a beauty pageant, then enters absorbent, flavor-of-the-day Cancer. There’s a dynamic First Quarter Moon in Virgo on some provocative Sabian symbols. And Venus disappears into the underworld, prompting a discussion of Venus’s hide-and-seek cycle and her role in the June 5 lunar eclipse. Relationships much? Plus: Milwaukee frozen custard, mil...
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Highlights for March 23-29, 2020: Gathering Seeds

Gathering Seeds Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. Ringing a bell A t least twice each year, six months apart, there is at least one Solar Eclipse. At eclipse time, lots of astrologers are talking about what to expect. But what we don’t talk about as much are the two hot spots of the year, exactly between the eclipses. This week, the Sun in Aries makes a square to the Lunar Nodes in Cancer/Capricorn (March 23, 2020, ...
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How’s Your Internship Going? This Teen Found a Planet

Wolf Cukier, 17, was analyzing brightness of stars during an internship with NASA last year when he made the discovery.
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Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse in Cancer

Full Wolf Moon/Lunar Eclipse, Jan 10, 2020, 2:21pm ET Full phase Jan 10-13 Effects of a lunar eclipse can last up to 6 months This full “Wolf” Moon may lead you to believe the animal is at the door, even if it’s not. There’s an air of protectiveness and self-interest all... (Click on the title to read the full post and explore the website.)
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In a Year of Perpetual Motion, Moments That Stopped Time

Looking back on a whirlwind journey around the world, the 52 Places Traveler revisits the experiences that offered lessons for travel — and life.
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Lunar Eclipses and Relationships

Certainly, eclipses falling in your 7th house (or in aspect to natal Venus, planets in your 7th house, or the planet that rules your 7th house) are signals that your relationship world is likely to be rocked by change. But all lunar eclipses, regardless of which houses they fall in, represent critical moments in evaluating relationships. At a Lunar Eclipse, the Sun and Moon are in opposition (Full Moon), an aspect that reveals us to ourselves through our personal interactions. The Jan. 10, 2020 ...
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December 26, 2019 solar eclipse

If you happened to be traveling in the Middle East and Asia yesterday, you might have been fortunate enough to glimpse a beautiful celestial spectacle. Visible in Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia, an annular solar eclipse graced the sky, with the sun forming a ring of fire around the moon. Annular solar eclipses occur when the moon covers the sun’s center, but leaves the outer edges exposed, which then appear to form a bright ring. During total solar eclipses, the moon covers...
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‘Ring of Fire’ Eclipse Dazzles Asia and Middle East

An annular solar eclipse, in which the moon covers the sun’s center, leaving a ring of light around it, was visible on Thursday. “You can actually see the solar system in motion,” an astronomer said.
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