The Solar Eclipse in Cancer of June 21, 2020

08-06-2020

The Solar Eclipse in Cancer of June 21, 2020

Usually there are two Eclipses in a row, but now there are three Eclipses in a row.

The first eclipse was on June 5, 2020, the second eclipse is on June 21, 2020, and the third eclipse will be on July 5, 2020.

Every New Moon represents the end and beginning of a new cycle.

The New Moon of June 21, 2020 at 00°21 in Cancer is an annular Solar Eclipse.
The Moon's apparent diameter is smaller than that of the Sun, creating a ring of light around the eclipsed Sun.

During a Solar Eclipse, the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun.
The effect of an eclipse can be felt weeks in advance.
The influence of a New Moon lasts four weeks, but the influence of a Solar Eclipse can last up to six months.

Eclipses symbolize the end and a new beginning.
After every Eclipse, an irreversible event in the world takes place such as a natural disaster, an earthquake, flood, attack or the death of an important person.

A Solar Eclipse therefore has a great influence on the world around us, but also in your own world. When a Solar Eclipse occurs on your birthday or a few days before or after your birthday, it affects your entire Solar Year.
This Solar Eclipse mainly affects Cancer, Capricorn, Aries and Libra with their natal ascendant, Sun, Moon or other planets or Lights on and around 0º Cancer.

The Solar Eclipse in Cancer is conjunct the equilibrium-seeking solid star Menkalinan and is influenced by the quincunx with retrograde Saturn (government) in Aquarius.
This quincunx creates an imbalance between what you want to do and what you have to do.

Our collective freedom or self-expression is hampered by government-imposed restrictions and obligations because of the Corona pandemic.
The main theme of the Solar Eclipse of June 21, 2020 is therefore finding a balance between personal freedom, self-expression and responsibilities in personal life and job situation.

A lot is required of us all to respond to the rapidly changing situation.
A “we have to adjust” can lead to increasing tension, physical exhaustion or illness.

To avoid even more tension, we need flexibility, patience, self-control, self-discipline, open-mindedness and adaptability.
The smallest things can somewhat restore the balance, such as lighthearted approach and a perspective and open-minded attitude.

This Solar Eclipse can be observed in central Africa, southern Pakistan, northern India and southern China.

The influence of this Solar Eclipse lasts until the Lunar Eclipse in Gemini on November 30, 2020.

Blessed Solar Eclipse