Monday, December 20, 2010

12-21 Lunar Eclipse in both of our star signs on the day of our wedding just a coincedence lol starting at 12:13am the time I proposed aswell lol

We both never knew about this when we planned this day for the wedding. I even planned it before the proposal night of 11-26/27 to be either 12-12 or 12-21 and did propose at 12:12am. Below you will see this eclipse starts at 12:13am. Just another coincidence, I truly never knew about. This is starting to freak me out, lol.


Total lunar eclipse on the 21st! 12-16-10

The December 21 total lunar eclipse (12:13 a.m. PST) raises vital questions about where we’re headed and what we believe in. The truth-seeking Sun in Sagittarius eclipses the Moon in changeable Gemini. With the Sun at Galactic Center, the point of our cosmic origins, we can receive important transmissions near this eclipse–if we don’t buy into any emotional dramas that may be occurring.

The eclipse triggers fixed star Betelgeuse in the constellation of Orion the Hunter. A brilliant, bright red star, Betelgeuse is the testosterone-driven god of storms. We’re apt to experience some powerful weather–both inside and out–at this eclipse. As the Sun and Moon make challenging aspects to retrograde Mercury and the Jupiter/Uranus conjunction, reflect carefully before you speak. Hasty words, angry outbursts or incorrect assertions could come back to haunt you.

According to eclipse expert April Elliott Kent, (check out her eclipse forecast!) at a lunar eclipse our ability to transmit and receive light, or inspiration, can be trumped by worldly impulses. The antidote, advises Kent, is to tap into the Earth’s healing, stabilizing power and follow Her guidance. Luckily, the Sun enters earthy Capricorn just after the eclipse (3:38 p.m. PST), grounding us as we enter a new season at the Winter Solstice.

Especially if the eclipse contacts personal planets in your chart, it will be helpful to fast, pray and turn inward on the 21st. Or, make a donation to charity. This new cycle of eclipses in Gemini and Sagittarius lasts through Nov. 2012. These eclipses will help us transition from one era to the next, as they obliterate false beliefs and bring guidance.

Weather permitting, the lunar eclipse will be visible in North and South America in the wee hours of Tuesday, Dec. 21 (12:13 a.m. PST and 3:13 a.m. EST). If you’re up for a chilly, late-night adventure, this should be the best heavenly show until the next total lunar eclipse in April, 2014.

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