Donna Stellhorn

Donna Stellhorn

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Eclipses are one of the most recognized Astrological events. Throughout history they are talked about and feared. Eclipses were seen to signal the end of dynasties, coming of war, or the threat of natural disaster.

Eclipses do bring change but these days the change in on a personal level. Not every eclipse will hit your chart but each eclipse does bring us an opportunity to change something that's no longer working in your life. 

There are between four and six eclipses per year. Solar Eclipses always fall on the New Moon and Lunar Eclipses always fall on the Full Moon.

Solar eclipses is when the Moon is between the Sun and the Earth. The Sun represents our ego and sense of self. It is our talents and our will to put those talents out into the world. The Moon represents emotions, issues that we have about what we need to feel safe and secure. The Earth is our ability to manifest things in the world, how to do the practical things that move us forward.

During a Solar Eclipse the Moon seems gigantic and it can blot out the Sun. So our need to feel safe and our need to be loved and accepted is larger and more important than anything else. The Earth is enlisted to do the practical, to find ways for us to have our needs fulfilled. And the Sun - the ego - takes a back seat for a while.

When there's a Lunar Eclipse the Earth blocks the Sun's light to the Moon. The practical, everyday, list of things to do becomes the most important thing, more important than ego or emotional needs.

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Eclipse Calendar for 2015

Total Solar Eclipse: March 20, 2015 at 29◦ Pisces

Lunar Eclipse: April 4, 2015 at 14◦ Libra

Solar Eclipse: September 13, 2015 at 20◦ Virgo

Lunar Eclipse: September 27, 2015 at 4◦ Aries