Astrology And Solar Eclipse - What Does This Mean To Us?

The Solar Eclipse Astrology Meaning.

Traditionally, solar eclipses in astrology have a bad reputation. They stand for disasters, wars and other dramatic events. But it would be unfair to consider a solar eclipse only to bad news. What touches us so much, that people take long journeys to attend this phenomenon in the sky?

In astrology terms, the sun stands for the principle of action. But during a total eclipse the moon covers the sun and his principle of perception and feeling wins. The world around is totally quiet for a few moments. It is an incredible feeling, as I can say from my own experience, the things you see and feel in these moments you will never forget. Suns eclipse bring to light what was hidden, they force us to a "house-cleaning", they require a new view. 

There are 4 different types of solar eclipses:

shadow of total solar eclipse on Earth
shadow of total eclipse on Earth
Total eclipse - the dark silhouette of the Moon completely obscures the light of the Sun, allowing the much fainter solar corona to be visible, visible only in a narrow track on the surface of Earth.

Annular eclipse - Sun and Moon are exactly in line, but the size of the Moon is slightly smaller than that of the Sun. The Sun appears as an "annulus", a very bright ring, surrounding the dark disk of the Moon.

Hybrid eclipse - shifts between a total and an annular eclipse, at some points on Earth it appears as a total eclipse, on others it appears as annular.

Partial eclipse - Sun and Moon are not exactly in line and the Moon only partially obscures the Sun. This is  usually seen from a large part of Earth.  

#ad: click for Eclipses on Amazon
What do we know? What should we do? What may we hope?
We should expand our capacity for knowledge and the courage to confront us with unpleasant truths. It is especially important to be guided by human values in difficult times. We should take responsibility for what we have chosen for our personal lives and to bring order to our "inner world".
The world is changing and that applies to each of us. Also this eclipse period is for clarification. Old wounds may break open and heal if you give them the chance.

Solar eclipse astrology effects, one example.

In astrology terms the eclipse of July 11. 2010 occurred at 19°24' of Cancer, the sign of the Crab and people may tend to be more pessimistic under that influence, violent and dangerous passions may have raised too.

That solar eclipse was mystical in many ways. The place where the solar eclipse was visible for the longest time (4m 50s!) was the Easter Island, the natives call it Rapa Nui - "the navel of the world". The Easter Island are also a symbol for Jesus Christ. The solar eclipse ended in the area over Argentina and Chile, the name Chile means "land where the world ends".

Timetable for the next solar eclipse:

May 10, 2013 "annular": visible in Australia, New Zealand, Central Pacific, Solomon Islands and Central Pacific; greatest eclipse - 00:26:20 UT

Nov 3, 2013 "hybrid": visible in Eastern Americas, Southern Europe and Africa, Atlantic and Central Africa; greatest eclipse - 12:47:36 UT

Apr 29, 2014 "annular": visible in Indian, Australia, and Antarctica; greatest eclipse - 06:04:32 UT

Oct 23, 2014 "partial": visible in Northern Pacific and North America; greatest eclipse - 21:45:39 UT

Find a (NASA) summary of all solar eclipses from 2021 through 2030 right here.

Related posts to "solar eclipse astrology":
dawning age of aquarius
prophecies in johns revelation