This total solar eclipse occurs at 9:47 a.m. GMT on 20th March in the final degree of the zodiac. An eclipse here speaks of completion on a grand scale. Things within reach that we failed to grasp disappear; opportunities postponed for a ‘better time’ dissolve; riches hoarded lose their worth.
This week we find ourselves at the end of a major astrological chapter, and at the beginning of a major new one. Since June 2012, Uranus has squared off with Pluto not once, but 7 times. Both these guys are transformation specialists.
You may be wondering what sign this New Moon is in and what’s a Black Moon? Answering the second question is easier than the first: a Black Moon is the second New Moon during the Sun’s journey through a single zodiac sign (known as a ‘solar month’).
This new moon also will prepare the way for the movement of Saturn (the ruler of Capricorn) from the depths of Scorpio into the lighter and more idealistic Sagittarius on 12/23 where it will remain until June of 2015.
November's Sagittarius new Moon occurs on November 22 in Australia and November 21 in the United States. This new Moon has a particularly 'martial' or 'military' feel to it, with the Sun, the Moon, Mercury, Saturn and Uranus all having this tone or flavor.
The solar eclipse is tonight! It's a big one! I mean, really. You might have noticed, the past two weeks have been intense. We're in between eclipses, Mercury retrograde and a cosmic cluster of chaos all in the relationships signs of Libra and Scorpio. It's getting real.
If you felt like staying under a blanket today, or have had 'came out of nowhere' emotional releases, you are possibly being triggered by the X grade Solar Flare yesterday, (X is highest grade), followed by an M Class today (not as mammoth as X but still mega huge).