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Posts Tagged ‘lunar eclipse’

Full Moon-Lunar Eclipse 12-21-2010: 7 Insights

Saturday, December 18th, 2010
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Although eclipses are only minor astrological indicators compared to the collective bodies of universal, natal, and personal cyclical timing factors, recognizing the associated symbolic energy allows you to witness the cyclical nature of life, and even avoid more of life’s hassles.

12-21-2010, 12:13 a.m. PST the Moon and Sun are exactly opposite each other, at 29 degrees 20 minutes Gemini and 29 degrees 20 minutes Sagittarius, respectively. This is the height of the Full Moon, and lunar eclipse.

Consider these points:

1.    This particular lunar eclipse may not represent anything of importance in your life. However, if the eclipse occurs very close to or even exactly on an angle or in a strong house (1st, 4th, 7th, or 10th house cusps and, or in those houses), or if it closely conjuncts your Sun or Moon for example, and your Sun or Moon are potent planets in your natal charts, this eclipse may be the intermittent astrology indicator that representatively helps get the ball rolling with some very key endings in your life.

2.    Such endings are collectively symbolized by many, much more important elements, but the eclipse is more of an obvious signpost.

3.    Always remember that no astrology factors “make” anything happen (they represent—“As Above, so Below”), nor does any one factor ever fully symbolize a specific circumstance or event in your life. Real astrology is pattern recognition involving 100s of factors.

4.    Eclipses occur, on average, about 3.5 times a year; lunar eclipses are always during a Full Moon, and solar eclipses always occur during a New Moon.

5.    During an eclipse, including several days leading up to and a few days after, there exists a heightened energetic intensity (especially with lunar eclipses) and even explosive emotions, particularly with those people for whom it is more important.

6.    The unexpected is the norm during eclipses, and they commonly mark (along with other astrology and numerology factors) important life transitions.

7.    It’s important to pay attention and maintain focus to avoid making errors of judgment, such as with important transactions since this experience is more common during eclipses. Just be sure to double-check any contracts you sign, for example.

The symbolism of comprehensive astrology and numerology mirrors life to an astonishing degree.

Even though minor factors such as eclipses aren’t heavy hitters in the world of astrology, an overall awareness of such happenings allows you to at least somewhat capitalize on positive trends, and reduce your exposure to risk.

More information about basic astrology and infrequent cosmic events, including eclipses, here: http://tinyurl.com/yzeslvl

Copyright © 2010 Scott Petullo


7 Things You Need to Know About the 6-26-2010 Lunar Eclipse

Monday, June 21st, 2010
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June 26, 2010 at 4:30 a.m. PDT a lunar eclipse occurs at 4 degrees, 46 minutes Capricorn.

Although irregular, intermittent factors such as eclipses, transits, and progressions are only useful in sharpening up an existing, comprehensive assessment based on more reliable methods, you can get some idea of how astrological symbolism mirrors life circumstances by tracking them.

The following pointers about eclipses can help you in your understanding of cyclical timing analysis and predictive analytics, thus allow you to reduce your risk and capitalize on rewarding trends:

  1. Eclipses occur, on average, about 3.5 times a year.
  2. Solar and lunar eclipses usually occur within a couple weeks or so of each other (there is a solar eclipse July 11, 2010 12:40 p.m. PDT, 19 degrees, 23 minutes Cancer).
  3. Lunar eclipses are always during a Full Moon and solar eclipses are always during a New Moon.
  4. Generally, critical endings relate to lunar eclipses, and momentous beginnings are associated with solar eclipses.
  5. As with any single indicator/event, it may not represent anything to you at all.
  6. To assess its symbolic implications, you must weight it in relation to your collective personal natal and timing indicators. To start, notice where the eclipse occurs in your basic natal chart. If it’s in a strong house, for example, such as 1, 4, 7, or 10, it will representatively have more bearing on your life. Another way it could have more significance for you personally is if the eclipse is closely conjunct a potent heavenly body, Arabic Part, house cusp, etc., in your unique charts.
  7. By and large, the period spanning approximately 10 days before and 3 days after an eclipse includes heightened emotions and overall energy, unanticipated happenings, and a higher likelihood of errors of judgment involving important transactions and decisions. In light of this, exercise extra caution with important dealings during this period to reduce your exposure to risk.

Additional important information about eclipses and other minor astrology factors here: http://scottpetullo.com/blog/2010/01/the-cyclical-nature-of-life-reflected-by-various-minor-astrology-factors/

Copyright © 2010 Scott Petullo