How do you show your shadow side when your needs aren’t being met? Watch our video about July’s Solar Eclipse in Cancer and discover how it may affect you.
Details About This Eclipse
Date: July 2, 2019
Time of eclipse: 12:16 PM Pacific Time
Type: Total (strong in intensity) and therefore stronger in its effects
At: 10º Cancer
Nodal Orientation: the eclipsed Sun conjunct North Node creates an Initiating (not Releasing) Nodal orientation
Shadow Agents: Uranus in Taurus, Vesta in Taurus, Pallas Athene in Libra
Does It Affect You Personally?
If your birthday is on any of the following dates (in any year at all), you’re most likely to experience this eclipse:
June 27 to July 7
September 29 to October 9
December 27 to January 6
March 26 to April 5
Remember, not every eclipse touches everyone, but when it does, it’s usually noticeable. A solar eclipse is likely to be marked by an external, real-world event (unlike a lunar eclipse, which is likely to bring up strong emotions and to be experienced as a subjective event). You may notice events happening anytime within the week surrounding the eclipse (up to a few days before or after).
Check out our video about July’s Lunar Eclipse in Capricorn because this is a month loaded with drama–and you don’t want to be caught on the wrong side of it. The two eclipses this month are made more complex by a concurrent Mercury Retrograde, stirring up communication messes.
For more about this month’s New and Full Moons, along with other sky events, see our July Forecast.
Find out more about 2019’s eclipses here.