Once again, we find ourselves in eclipse season, that time of year where we have back-to-back Lunar and Solar eclipses. The first of these pairs takes place on November 19 at 3:57 AM (EST). This Lunar Eclipse finds the Moon and 27˚14” Taurus and thus the Sun at 27˚14” Scorpio. Although for those of us in the Americas, it will happen in the wee hours of the morning, the energy it will bring in will be palpable a day before and after the exact alignment.
It’s Eclipse season again. Although the time within the calendar year eclipse season takes place varies year to year, we always have a pair of eclipses back-to-back, about twice a year. Enter tomorrow’s Total Lunar Eclipse at 7:13 AM (EDT) 5˚ 25’ Sagittarius, the first one of 2021.
As you may have seen in the plethora of eclipse postings out there, this will be a Blood Moon. But that is just because when the Moon is fully eclipsed, it looks blood red. So, while this is not an unimportant point, it’s not unique to this Eclipse; all total lunar Eclipse is are Blood Moons.