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Look Out: Solar Eclipse 5-9-2013, Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon 5-24-2013

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It’s not very common to have three eclipses within a month, yet that’s what’s happening at this time with a lunar eclipse 4-25-2013, a solar eclipse 5-9-2013, and another lunar eclipse 5-24-2013.

Solar eclipse/New Moon is exact by degree 5-9-2013 at 5:28 p.m. PDT, 19 degrees 31 minutes Taurus.

Lunar eclipse/Full Moon (also a Supermoon) is exact by degree 5-24-2013 at 9:25 p.m. PDT, 04 degrees 08 minutes Sagittarius.

The symbolism of eclipses, from a mundane, everyday standpoint, is largely negative. Be a little more careful with any important dealings (e.g., costly purchases, investments, legal contracts, etc.) around the time of eclipses–two to three weeks leading up to an eclipse, and especially the few days before and after.

Although it’s impossible to structure your busy life around celestial phenomenon, it pays to take note of the approximate time and date of key ideas, introductions, and beginnings. Those moments in time, as delineated in the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts, hold the key to the degree of preordained success or failure.

As you can see in this bar graph, the next eclipses are in October and November of this year.

Read more about eclipses and Full Moons, New Moons, and other basic astrology factors (including eclipses).

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

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