Eclipses have always inspired awe, and some fear of the unknown -- it's a void of liminality, where the old is over, and the new isn't here yet. There's an element of surprise with eclipses, but all the more so with this one.
The luminaries (Sun-Moon) are close to the mysterious galactic center, and in forceful tension to great expansive and evolutionary energies of Jupiter-Uranus. Will stargates open? Will we be spontaneously aware of our multi-dimensionality?
Barbara Hand Clow writes about the evolutionary leap with unusual energies, in her Astro Flash Full Moon/Eclipse report. She writes, "As we free ourselves to fly in a free sky or to swim down streams of our own choosing, reality also feels like a huge entanglement that confuses our bodies, emotions, and minds." We'll need courage, she writes, and each other, as this eclipse is also a call to action.
Friends, I'm slightly under the weather, and am getting unusual ear tones -- a clearing, picking up frequencies? But I'm full of anticipation about this event -- as one that can shake things up, bring fresh perspectives. It promises evolution and leaps of progress.
It's a spark for spiritual revolution, which can bring hope in a dark time. Revolution comes from Latin revolutio, "a turn around" -- a shift in course, skipping the groove. It begins with trusting your own perceptions, and ability to adapt and innovate. We can shake off what's no longer in synch with who we are. A time between endings and new beginnings. May it be powerful for you! Catch you all on the flip side. Time for some hot tea.
Check NASA's site for viewing times.