Eclipses are a disruption of the regular lunation cycles. Rather than the usual monthly New or Full Moon’s an eclipse sees the light of the Sun or Moon temporarily blocked. A New Moon eclipse, called a Solar eclipse, see’s the Sun’s light blocked by the Moon. A Full Moon eclipse, know as a Lunar eclipse, is where the Moon’s light is blocked by the Earth.
As the sky writes the final lines of your Leo chapter for the time being, you might consider the ways in which you’ve been seen, or not. The need to be loved and seen for who you truly are, for what’s inside your heart. To be recognised for the gifts and contributions you had to offer and whether they were valued.
This eclipse will provide a kind of real life trailer from a movie that isn’t being released until August- when the potent and dramatic total Solar Eclipse in Leo occurs. Keep note of what happens this month, both personally and globally. August is likely to be the month that brings the potential of February to fruition.
All the classical bodies (except the luminaries) are currently visible as morning stars. If you have the right type of telescope, even Pluto can be seen in this morning glory.
As an occidental line up, these morning stars have a new or fresh experience about them. They hold the promise of a new day, naive yet eager, they dangle and twinkle with an impetus for action.
Tuesday evening will bring excitement and unpredictability in love as Venus links with Uranus in the form of a friendly trine. This fiery connection will bring back some spark after Saturday’s serious Venus/Saturn meeting. If you felt the cold, dry or harsh separateness that Saturn can bring, Uranus’ aspect may bring a thrilling, unexpected and welcome shift.