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The solar eclipse falls at 27 degrees of Aquarius, the sign ruling the 11th house of the collective. This eclipse is the in the opposite sign of the Great American eclipse that occurred in August 2017, and Read More
The next eclipse is a solar eclipse that falls at 27 degrees of Aquarius on February 15. The peak of this eclipse is at 4:05 PM, EST. The eclipse will not be visible in the US. Eclipses are like wildcards, and one of the Read More
  The first (lunar) eclipse of the year occurs January 31, falling at 11 degrees of Leo. The lunar peak occurs at 8:27 AM, EST.  Eclipses are the universe's  signposts, lighting the path into the future. Eclipses Read More
  The Great American eclipse (August 21, 2017) is over, but if you read my blog you knew that events connected to the eclipse would play out the first 10 days of September and beyond. As the eclipse literally crossed Read More
Nowhere is America's true spirit more evident than in Houston, Texas, and surrounding areas, since Hurricane Harvey struck August 25, generating epic flood waters, loss of life and destruction. Rescue teams, the military and civilian volunteers Read More
The August solar eclipse occurs August 21, and falls at 29 degrees of Leo. This is called the 'Great American Eclipse as it is the first eclipse that has crossed the US from coast to coast in 99 years, and it should be visible from all parts of the Read More
August is a big month with many things happening in the sky. We are in the Leo season now, the most fun time of summer. Leo rules the fifth house of children, entertainment and love.  The Sun and Mars are in Leo, and Venus enters Cancer July Read More
The lunar eclipse/full moon on Monday August 7, 2017 falls at 15° Aquarius. This will be followed in two weeks by a solar eclipse in Leo on August 21. Aquarius rules the 11th house of the collective, friends, groups Read More
As we head into Monday's lunar eclipse, events related to the eclipse will begin to play out. The energy of an eclipse is significant both before and after the event. Friday morning the Moon opposes Venus and this can cause Read More
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, Read More
The Great American eclipse as it is being called, occurs August 21, 2017 and peaks at 2:30 PM, EST. It is called The Great American Eclipse, as it cuts a wide swath across the US, visible to some extent in  all states. Read More
The second eclipse of 2017 occurs on February 26, falling at 8 degrees of Pisces. This eclipse will peak at 9:58 AM and is a solar eclipse/New moon. The eclipse will not be visible in the US and you can click here to see its Read More
The first of two eclipses this month occurs February 10, peaking at 7:33 PM, EST. This eclipse falls at 22 degrees of Leo and is a lunar eclipse/full moon. Eclipses are the universe's  signposts, lighting the path into the Read More
September's lunar eclipse falls at 24 degrees of Pisces on September 16, at 3 05 PM, EST. Eclipses are the universes  signposts, lighting the path into the future. Eclipses come in pairs and the solar eclipse in Virgo occurred Read More
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