Misty Eclipse in Pisces, Rad Conjunction in Aries

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In tonight’s Season 3 premier of Planet Waves TV, I explore the forthcoming eclipse of the Sun in Pisces. This coincides with Mars getting mixed up in the Uranus-Eris conjunction.

In tonight’s Season 3 premier of Planet Waves TV, I explore the forthcoming eclipse of the Sun in Pisces. This coincides with Mars getting mixed up in the Uranus-Eris conjunction.

10 thoughts on “Misty Eclipse in Pisces, Rad Conjunction in Aries

  1. Amy Elliott

    Ah yes, now I remember you talking about Vesta. I think at that point you were just being incredibly astute and I was lost in the depth of what you were saying.

    1. Amanda PainterAmanda Painter

      DivaCarla — I have not had a chance to watch the video, but are you trying to refer to the eclipse as being in the 12th house of the Mars-Uranus-Eris conjunction?

      I’m trying to figure out your phrasing, which kind of makes it sound like Mars-Ur-Er is in the 12th house of the eclipse, rather than vice versa, since Aries is the 2nd house of Pisces…

      Sorry if I’m being too picky/literal, but I could totally see some readers getting confused trying to figure it all out!
      :)

  2. DivaCarla Sanders

    Thanks. I was typing on my phone in a bouncy car, so tried to be succinct. When I look up the chart for 9:58 am Feb 26, I get Gemini rising, and that places the Mars/Uranus/Eris conjunction in the eclipse chart’s 12 house.

    Do houses even matter for an event, as opposed to a person?

    1. Eric Francis Post author

      Houses matter in an event when there is one chart for that event – something with local grounding, such as a news event that happens in one place and one time. They may matter in an event like an eclipse that can be cast locally for wherever one is. But the events of an eclipse rarely manifest at the exact time of the event. When I’m writing about something like an eclipse and I cast the chart locally for where I am (what I call the horary rule: the astrologer reads the horary chart as cast for his or her place and time), I don’t really use houses, I use planets, aspects and signs (signs stand in for houses in a chart like this).

  3. Bette

    This new moon/eclipse felt more like a full moon for me. Feel like I’m finally getting re-oriented after feeling scattered, so can now reflect upon the inter-eclipse period more clearly. Thank-you to Eric & the PW crew for guidance in this passage.

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