The June 2010 Full Moon Lunar Eclipse: All the Scary Details
It’s Eclipse Week here at The Spiritual Eclectic, so watch for more articles this week on how this eclipse will affect you.
But first, the basics.
Time and Date:
June 26, 2010; 6:31 AM Central (here in NW Florida)
Partial Lunar. That means that the Full Moon won’t be entirely obscured by the Earth’s shadow.
Australia and East Asia (after sunset); Parts of North America and South America (before sunrise)…and, if you’re in Antarctica, I think you’ll have a good view.
General predictions among astrologers:
Intense emotion. Aggressive behavior. Explosions, economic collapse (in many countries),
terrorist activity, upheaval, war, concerns about Korea, concerns about the BP oil spill—not necessarily on the DAY of the eclipse but over the next 6 months with a special emphasis on the July-August time frame. Hmmm, so far I haven’t seen any light, fluffy prognostications.
The overwhelming opinion of astrologers I’ve communicated with have the same negative opinion, summed up best as “We’re screwed.” The most positive astrologers have said that if you’ve done the worked on your problems and learned from your lessons, then you’ll be okay.
Sign and Degree:
4 Capricorn 46, sometimes read as 5 degrees
At 5 Capricorn, “Indians rowing a canoe and dancing a war dance” with its opposing sign 5 Cancer, “An automobile wrecked by a train.”
Most recent related eclipses:
July 7, 2009 and December 31, 2009 (Big hints: What was going on in your life then? There’ll be some reflection of that now.)
Last eclipse in this metonic series:
June 27, 1991 (Important: what was going on in your life then? This eclipse will reflect those situations. Read Parallel Eclipses and How They Influence your Life (Part I) )
Eclipse conjunct Pluto, T-square, Eclipse conjunct Fixed Star Kaus Medius, Jupiter conjunct Uranus, Uranian Planet Hades at 29 Gemini, Black Moon Lilith at 29 Aquarius, Uranus entering Aries, Chiron entering Pisces, Jupiter opposite Saturn, Uranus opposite Saturn, Sun opposite Pluto, Pluto in Capricorn, (Hah-Pluto in anything!). Just look at the pic—X marks the spot?
Oh, probably about a 9.5. Astrologically, this is probably the most powerful eclipse in over 500 years. Check out an excellent article on past eclipses with the eclipse-Pluto conjunction at. Oh, and when you read it? Keep in mind my Chinese Astrology article and my “explosive” predictions at Predictions for The Year of the Metal Tiger: What’s Happened Before, What’s Yet to Come .