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.
There’s been a lot out there on the inter-webs about tonight’s Super Wolf Blood Moon. A mouthful to be sure, it sounds a lot more fantastical than it really is. That’s not to say that a total lunar eclipse is without significance. But before we get into its meaning let’s first demystify some of the other language being attached to it.
Good goddess is this year’s New Moon in Cancer a whopper of a lunar launching-pad.
New Moons are in the same astrological sign as the Sun. So, since we are in the time of Cancer, the New Moon on the 12th of July at 10:48 PM EDT is also in Cancer.
It recently came into my awareness that often forget how much more I know about astrology then the general population. Astrology has been a language I have been fluent in for over a decade, and so I sometimes forget what is a given to me is an ah-ha moment to others. Keeping that in mind, […]
To work with this New Moon/Solar Eclipse we are to reflect on things most tied to the sign of the fishes. Pisces is a water sign and is often depicted as two fishes swimming in different directions.
Not all New Moons are made equal. The New Moon, in the wee hours of the morning here in the Pacific Northwest, is a horse of a different color. True it is a New Moon in Pisces, which happens once a year. But just talking about how to work with a New Moon in watery, […]
Lunar eclipses are notorious for bringing in funky energy, as in a matter of hours we experience both a full and a New Moon. Thus things are both ending and birthing into beginning at the same time. Wednesday’s October 8th lunar eclipse will most definitely play this out. Occurring in the wee hours of the […]