Tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM focuses on the sequence of eclipses we’re now experiencing: three in total during Mars retrograde in Aquarius, which is adding some emphasis to whatever this unusual transit is about. Thursday into overnight Friday was an eclipse of the Sun in Cancer, opposite Pluto. On Friday, July 27, there will be a total eclipse of the Moon. Then on Saturday, Aug. 11, we’ll experience an eclipse of the Sun in Leo.
Thursday overnight into Friday (depending on your time zone) there was a most interesting eclipse of the Sun, in the sign Cancer, opposite Pluto (read our coverage here). As mentioned previously, we’re in a series of three eclipses, all of them exciting and a bit unusual and distinct, even as eclipses go.
Tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM begins with a discussion of Thursday’s eclipse of the Sun in the sign Cancer. The eclipse is opposite Pluto, which to me represents a confrontation with all that makes us human, including the potential to relate from the soul level. There is some confrontation to this chart, something about the bottom line of existence.
Thursday’s New Moon eclipse in your birth sign is exactly opposite Pluto in Capricorn. This chart has two main features: one important matter or relationship you must focus on, and many things you need to be aware of but leave to themselves. All that stuff off to the side might seem compelling. It might seem dramatic.
Thursday, in the midst of Mars retrograde, we’ll experience the first of three eclipses that will occur over the next six weeks. The order will be a solar eclipse in Cancer, followed by a lunar eclipse in Aquarius, and then a solar eclipse in Leo. The lunar nodes (which indicate the approximate location of eclipses) […]
The 8th house is the one that covers ordinary secrets — the kind we tell to others. So it’s not really secret at all; rather, it’s the house of pillow talk, financial arrangements and whisper campaigns. It’s the house of information that’s supposed to stay in the family. Now, we live in a world where the 8th house has exploded, largely due to the internet: the concept of privacy is nonexistent.