Wednesday, July 22, 2009

New Moon and Eclipse in Cancer...

today in Kilmore at 12.35pm at 29 degrees and 27 minutes of Cancer.

This is the biggest eclipse of this century and will be seen over China and neighbouring areas, traditionally the areas where the eclipse is in view are where they are supposed to be in effect more so than if you can't see it.

A collegue has put together a great YouTube video that goes into a lot of detail about this event and can be found here.

In the meantime, there are several important themes to keep in mind during this time:

  1. This is the second New Moon in Cancer suggesting that we are all being given a second chance to make a fresh start in our 'Cancer' parts of the birth chart, or within the family unit and home. Being at the final degree of Cancer suggests that this eclipse will be highlighting something or someone that is teetering on the edge of change or that is unstable in some way. Look to your birth chart for more information.
  2. The Jupiter/Neptune conjunction is just about out of orb now suggesting that whatever or whoever was out of control, or was the focus in terms of a confusing or even deceptive situation, should begin to clear up - especially with the power of the eclipse to help put things into perspective.
  3. There is a Venus/Saturn square happening now and suggests a major turning point with our value system, relating skills and/or something else that began in mid August 2008 when these two planets were together. This seems to be a part of the picture that is being illuminated now.


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