This is early, but its big. It's been 38 years since we have
seen a total solar eclipse in the continental US. That takes us back to 1979,
when we experienced the last one. Some people reading this have never seen a
total solar eclipse, but you will have a chance on August 21, 2017. The last time an eclipse went coast to coast in
the US was June
falls at 28 degrees of Leo, and it peaks at 2:03 PM, EST, 11:30 AM, Pacific.
You can take a look at this google
map and see that it goes right across the middle of the US. Everyone in the US should be able
to see something. The best city to view the eclipse from is Nashville, TN or one of the following
locations: Atlanta, 97%, Boston, 63%, Chicago, 87%, Cincinnati, 91%, Dallas,
76%, Denver 92%, Detroit, 79%, Houston, 67%, Indianapolis 91%, Las Vegas, 72%,
Los Angeles, 62%, Memphis 93%, Miami 78%, Milwaukee 83%, Minneapolis, 83%, NYC,
72%, Oklahoma City 84%, Philadelphia, 75%, Phoenix, 63%, Pittsburgh, 81%,
Portland 99%, Salt Lake City 91%, Seattle, 92%, Washington, DC, 81%. If you
look at the google map, the closer you are to the eclipse path, the more you
Leo is the
sign of royalty and rules the 5th house of love, friends and children. This
could be a great day to take time off and celebrate. It could be an exciting
summer day for many.
will trine Uranus, exact at 28 degrees of Aries and there will be an electric
feeling in the air.
hear of some type of new innovations.
will happen on a world level. The last time we experienced an eclipse at this
degree was August 21, 1998. Click here to see a
list of events that occurred at this time.
like this will be very powerful individually and collectively and be the
harbinger of many world events.The energy
of an eclipse begins months before the actual eclipse occurs, and after. I
will write more about this powerful eclipse in the future. (posted 4-3-2017)