In several hours, there will be a Solar Eclipse. This Solar Eclipse is quite significant for two reasons. One is that it will be occurring so close to the Solstice, and the other is that it is happening at a ritually significant time for many traditions.
This Eclipse will be visible in most of Asia, Northeast Africa, and Northwest Australia. It is an Annular Eclipse meaning the Sun’s light will be mostly blocked, but it falls short of totality.
Chart Analysis for the Solar Eclipse of December 25, 2019
When looking at this Eclipse from an astrological perspective, the most striking thing is the build-up of planets in one place in the chart. Four out of seven traditional planets, as well as Pluto and the South Node, are all in Capricorn. This line-up of planets is led by Venus in Aquarius and flanked by Mercury in Sagittarius. The…
View original post 915 more words