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Lunar Eclipse in Sagittarius: Channel Passion, Not Anger

By November 21, 2020Eclipse posts

Lunar Eclipse in Sagittarius: Channel Passion, Not Anger

A Lunar Eclipse can bring on emotional meltdowns as we are forced to face aspects of ourselves we’d prefer never meet the light of day. This Lunar Eclipse in Sagittarius may stimulate arguments as our cherished beliefs are assailed by logic. Incorporating Mars and Venus themes, this one is sexy but could as easily erupt in anger or even violence—so be gentle on those you are closest to. Asteroid goddess Ceres is involved, suggesting possible tummy troubles, so keep the pepto bismol in reach—and also your favorite form of birth control (Ceres is a fertility goddess after all). Mars in Pisces conjunct Neptune is more likely to express itself as passive aggression or a form of “poisoning the atmosphere” and any way you look at it, we should all focus on taking good care of our physical bodies. Check your Rising sign’s horoscope to discover what houses in your chart are affected.

Details About This Lunar Eclipse In Sagittarius

Date: June 5, 2020
Time: 12:13 PM Pacific Time
Type: Penumbral and therefore weak in intensity
Visible in: Much of Europe, Much of Asia, Australia, Africa, South/East South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica.
At:
15º Sagittarius
Nodal Orientation: The eclipsed Moon conjunct South creates an Releasing (not Initiating) Nodal orientation
Shadow Agents:  Neptune, Mars, and Ceres in Pisces

 

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:
March 1 to March 11
September 3 to September 13
December 2 to December 12
May 31 to June 11

And if there’s any planet in your chart in 10-20º of Pisces, Virgo, Sagittarius, Gemini, that planet will be affected.

Remember, not every eclipse touches everyone, but when it does, it’s usually noticeable.  A lunar eclipse is likely to bring up strong emotions and to be experienced as a subjective event (unlike a solar eclipse, which is likely to be marked by an external, real-world event). You may notice events happening anytime within the week surrounding the eclipse (up to a few days before or after).

For more about this month’s New and Full Moons, along with other sky events, see our Monthly Forecast.
Find out more about current solar and lunar eclipses here.
For more of this month’s news, check out our November 2020 videos playlist on YouTube.

If you really felt this eclipse you can get a reading to discover why and find out the best ways to respond to it.

Erika Espinoza

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