Friday, April 30, 2010

Stellar Insights--Solar Eclipse July 11, 2010

I don't spend a lot of time following Eclipse paths, not because I don't believe they have merit but more because I barely have time to bathe these days let alone look at shadows on earth. Anyway, since I'm not versed in Eclipses I am always pleased to find an article by someone who knows what they are talking about.

Such is David Crook's piece on his website "Stellar Insights".

Take a look at what he has to say about July 11th Solar Eclipse.







One of my peers has noted the linkage between current events in South America, and the total solar eclipse of July 11, 2010. This solar eclipse will be visible in Argentina, and Chile where the massive earthquake just struck. Currently, Argentina's relations with the UK are strained over disputed territory with huge oil reserves. Thus, the July eclipse seems to be casting a shadow in the area where it will be visible, over 4 months before it occurs. In fact, the chart Ascendant(18 Capricorn) for Chile's earthquake was opposite(-180-) the solar eclipse degree. But we must also note that the heliocentric Nodes of Pluto(20 Cancer-Capricorn) are now being triggered by the Moon's Nodes, and the activation of Pluto's Nodes are an indication of possible eruptions and upheavals.

The Eclipse and several U.S. horoscopes
The July 11, 2010 eclipse falls in the 8th house(death, debt, and losses) of the U.S. Sibly chart- while squaring the U.S. progressed Mars, and opposing President Obama's Inauguration Mars. These hard aspects to Mars suggest heightened violence and military conflicts.

The solar eclipse in Cancer also hits the U.S. First Continental Congress(9/5/1774) 8th house Mars(-180-Pluto); the U.S. Dollar(7/6/1785) Moon-Uranus conjunction(17 Cancer); and the U.S. Federal Reserve(12/23/13) Ascendant-Mars(18-20 Cancer). Therefore, there would seem to be some major financial implications of this eclipse for the United States, and it's probably not good news.


Go to link for the rest of the article. Very thoughtful!!!

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