Eclipse Seasons Are Times of Predictable and Unpredictable Great Power – Sarah Varcas

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Eclipse Seasons Are Times of Predictable and Unpredictable Great Power

The next eclipse season begins on 17th January 2018 and ends on 21st February 2018, with a lunar eclipse  in the 12th degree of Leo on 31st January and a solar eclipse in the 28th degree of Aquarius on 15th February. 

Eclipses occur in groups of two or three within an eclipse season which lasts for approximately 36 days. During this time any full or new moons occur as Lunar and Solar Eclipses respectively, although there can be a grey area at the very edge of an eclipse season when a ‘not quite an eclipse’ new or full moon occurs. An eclipse season occurs while the Sun is within eighteen degrees of one of the Moon’s Nodes, that is the points on the Moon’s orbital path where it crosses the path of the Sun. Eclipse seasons arise every six months.

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One Response to “Eclipse Seasons Are Times of Predictable and Unpredictable Great Power – Sarah Varcas”

  1. Eliza Ayres Says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.


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