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Lunar Eclipse October 18 2013

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A lunar eclipse occurs October 18, 2013. It’s exact by degree at 4:37 p.m. PDT, 25 degrees 45 minutes Aries.

This celestial event offers an opportunity to witness the symbolism of astrology.

The general astrological symbolism of lunar eclipses is mostly adverse. Be a little more cautious with important purchases, legal contracts, large investments, and any other important matters around the time of the lunar eclipse (two to three weeks leading up to, and especially the few days before and after).

A typical ultimately-equates-to-mostly-trouble eclipse scenario would go something like this: your friend approaches you with a, “fantastic investment opportunity.” Or, you meet and interview what seems like the ideal employee (but isn’t). Things just aren’t what they appear to be during eclipses.

It’s understandable that you can’t just schedule your life around such cosmic happenings, but pay attention to the approximate timing surrounding important beginnings, including meeting new people, and the formation of important plans and ideas. These points in time represent the level of success or failure, as seen through the patterns of your personal natal configurations and cyclical timing.

This bar graph includes the October 18, 2013 lunar eclipse, and other basic astrology goings-on.

Read more about eclipses here.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo


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