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The Solar eclipse occurs at 10:57 BST on August 11, 2018 at 18°Le41'. This is a partial eclipse, visible from North America, Northern Europe and north-eastern Asia. This eclipse belongs to Saros 155. The eclipse takes place in the sign of Leo, a colourful, theatrical sign traditionally ruled by the Sun....
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August begins on a frustrated note as Mars squares Uranus on August 2. As Mercury too has recently stationed retrograde at the end of July, some may feel at boiling point. With Mercury retrograde in Leo, all we can think of is how to express ourselves effectively, so we...
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Mercury stations retrograde at 06:02 (BST) on July 26, 2018 at 23°Le27'. The shadow zone for the retrograde began on July 7, so mentally we may have been feeling off-colour for a while. Leo after all, likes the spotlight. The shadows, Leo says, is for the unheard and uninspired. Leo...
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The lunar eclipse occurs at 21:20 (BST) on July 27, 2018 at 04°Aq44'. This lunar eclipse feels like an implosion of powerful energy, blasting away cobwebs and driving us to confront inner conflicts that have been holding us back. Astronomically too, this eclipse carries some significant features. Firstly, it's going to...
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The Solar eclipse occurs at 03:47 BST on July 13, 2018 at 20°Cn41'. This is a partial eclipse visible only from parts of Australia. The Sun and Moon are nestled in the global 4th house in the sign of Cancer. During this New Moon we’re hoping to set new plans...
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On July 4, we see the beginning of a short T-square pattern between Mercury opposite Mars with both square to Jupiter. This pattern will remain in play until July 8. Mercury is now travelling with the North Node so there are conversations, meetings, thoughts and ideas that can take...

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