Tonight’s first New Moon since the April 15th Full Moon lends it’s vibrational energy to the rare solar eclipse happening now and tomorrow at the same time. Are you following that?
Tonight. As I sit by the oceans edge watching the stars reflect in the waters that reach out thru the horizon. Tonight the solar eclipse happens on the other side of the world. In my tomorrow. As I sit in the past of the future. I dream the vision of what is to come. At just the right time. April 15ths blood moon lunar eclipse set the tone. Tonights Solar eclipse balances it.
The first solar eclipse of April 29th 2014 occurs at the Moon’s descending node in southern Aries. This particular eclipse is rather unusual because the central axis of the Moon’s antumbral shadow misses Earth entirely while the shadow edge grazes the planet. Classified as a non-central annular eclipse, such events are rare. Out of the 3,956 annular eclipses occurring during the 5,000-year period -2000 to +3000, only…
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