Hopefully, the night skies will be clear, as a total eclipse of the moon makes for some really spectacular viewing. How do astrologers interpret eclipses? There are many theories.
Astrologers don’t agree on what to expect for the eclipse on this full moon which is happening on the fifteenth of June. This will be a total eclipse, but won’t be visible to the U.S. or South America. Only the Eastern half of Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia and Western Australia get the benefits of this great celestial viewing. Of course, the skies will have to be clear.
Some astrology attributes eclipse events as something that ties into an individual’s natal chart, and others look at an eclipse as an overall effect. Though there is not much agreement, the effect must have some influence through magnetism, or possibly a change in light factors that affect growing things.
Sagittarius is the sign that the moon will be in for this eclipse. The sign of the Archer, Sagittarius has much to do with communication and travel. Everyone gets to be an observer as far as whether verbal exchanges or travel are better or worse.
The interesting blends of eclipses this year entail another sign of communication which is Gemini. Gemini has experienced three so far this year.
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Robert Hand, world renowned astrologer states that an eclipse may not show its effects until six months afterward. Further, the six months prior to the eclipse may create results before it actually happens, as well.
Personally, I have had some thoughts about the strangest things happening to my hands. I’m wondering about the abundant activity within the Gemini realm that could and does affect the hands, arms, and lungs. My friends always tell me I’ll never understand everything, but a girlfriend of mine is experiencing the exact same sensation that feels like blood pooling in the end of the fingertips. I’ve tried to research this on the internet because it takes a team of wild horses to get me into the doctor’s office, so I’ll be in a wait and see mode.
When Pisces had a malevolent transit, I had trouble with my feet, which is the vulnerable spot for Pisces. More than this, the pan handle of my chart is in Pisces. Panhandle describes a singular planet that stands out on one side of the chart wheel making it very important due to the placement. After that seven year long transit was over, the foot problems dissipated.
With the heavy overall emphasis on signs that rule communication, and travel, anyone’s guess will suffice, on this one. The wait and see philosophy remains the only choice, as we are merely on the brink of discovering how astrology has real effects on human lives.