Just after 5:00 am Pacific Daylight Time this morning, we experienced a Total Lunar Eclipse — a “blood moon” in fact, as the sun’s light passing through Earth’s atmosphere cast a reddish-brown shadow on the moon. Perhaps this one, for reasons I’ll describe below, we should call the Pizza Moon.
Last Sunday’s solar eclipse occurred just before 4:50 am Pacific Standard Time with both Sun and Moon at 11° 16′ of Scorpio. Although the eclipse could not be seen from Vancouver, casting a chart for that moment in time can reveal some interesting things that are likely to be made known over the next 6 months or so in our city. The recent lunar eclipse emphasized polarity and contrasts. This solar eclipse marks significant endings and beginnings.
A number of people may be reluctant to consult an astrologer because they may be afraid of what the astrologer may predict. Really, what if the astrologer says something bad, or says that something horrible is going to happen? Who wants to know that? And worse still, who wants to pay someone for that kind of information?! Here, dear readers, is where there is a misunderstanding between predicting and forecasting.
Over the last few weeks, my website has accumulated interest from viewers in Poland. I have no idea why, so this morning I began to investigate — to “play” with astrological charts. Sure enough, some key clues and connections did arise. At the moment, I have no definite conclusions as to the interest from Polish readers, but I am curious to get some responses from my followers in that country.