On Tuesday, July 16, only two weeks after the Solar Eclipse in Cancer, there will be another eclipse. This time, a Lunar Eclipse, at 24'04 degrees of the ambitious, social-climbing, sign of Capricorn. Capricorn is the mountain goat. It represents the highest peak, and so, this Full Moon eclipse is all about ascension, elevation, as we reach the highest peak in humanity's development.
On Sunday, July 7th, Mercury will go retrograde at 4 degrees Leo, before heading backwards into the sign of Cancer, where it will station direct at 23'56 degrees on Wednesday July 31st. Here's what to expect, both in general and for your sign.
The upcoming total New Moon Solar Eclipse will occur on July 2nd, 2019, at 10'37 degrees Cancer. It will be visible from parts of Chile and Argentina. Here's how we can expect it to affect our lives.
On Monday, June 17th, at 4:30AM EST, we will have a Full Moon at 25'53 degrees of the optimistic and adventurous sign of Sagittarius. Here's what to expect.
On Monday, June 3rd, at 6:02 AM EST, we will have a Full Moon at 12'33 degrees of the sign of Gemini. Here's what to expect.
May’s Full Moon will fall on Saturday, May 18th at 27’38 degrees Scorpio. Here’s what you can expect.