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Supermoon Solar Eclipse On Friday The 13th, First Time In 43 Years
The Black_Man
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Thanks, i had no idea...tomorrow, for the heads up.
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2am Breathe  Wrote: (07-12-2018 09:34 PM)
will it be over then?





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRH-URpgZrM

PLEASE stop replying to posts with music videos. It's a huge distraction and an obvious derailment.
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2am Breathe  Wrote: (07-12-2018 09:34 PM)
will it be over then?





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRH-URpgZrM

PLEASE stop replying to posts with music videos. It's a huge distraction and an obvious derailment.

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Life almost came to an end back then, so this is scary.
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IT'S ONLY GOING TO BE VISIBLE IN TASMANIA AND AUSTRALIA AS WELL AS PACIFIC AND INDIAN OCEANS.

PLUS IT'S ONLY GOING TO COVER 4.5% OF THE SUN. NOT A TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE BY ANY MEANS.
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July 27th is set to be the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century because the moon is at one of its furthest points from the Earth, making it appear smaller - this means more of its surface will be blacked out than usually happens in an eclipse.
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LukeRaynott  Wrote: (07-12-2018 10:19 PM)
July 27th is set to be the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century because the moon is at one of its furthest points from the Earth, making it appear smaller - this means more of its surface will be blacked out than usually happens in an eclipse.

July 13th and July 27th eclipses

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The July 13 Stealth SuperMoon/Solar Eclipse Shock Window

"JUL 13, 2018 Stealth SuperMoon Solar Eclipse (Partial) The final two Stealth SuperMoons of the year are both solar eclipses. The first of these is the partial solar eclipse at 20°41’ Cancer on July 13, anchoring a geocosmic shock window that stretches from July 6 to July 20. (Solar eclipses warrant an extended shock window, from 7 days before to 7 days after the exact alignment. For more on this – including the seismic historicity of solar eclipses - see pp. 32-38 in the full version of my 2018 World Forecast Highlights.)

Falling within just a few days of Jupiter’s direct station at 13° Scorpio, and just a day into the July 12-August 28 Mercury Max cycle, this SuperMoon eclipse opposes Pluto in the sky, while Mars is on the south end of the lunar nodal axis. (More on Mercury Max momentarily; or see pp. 18-24 in the full version of my 2018 World Forecast Highlights for the whole story.) Here’s a note for fellow market watchers: this Stealth SuperMoon eclipse signals a strong potential for significant losses in equities, triggered by energy and financials, with a healthy admixture of geopolitical tensions.

All in all, it’s a combination that points to July as potentially the most turbulent geophysical risk period in months. A surge in high tides, powerful storms and moderate-to-severe seismic activity is to be expected as usual – only more so in his case, both because of the eclipse connection, and because the SuperMoon itself occurs less than 24 hours before the Moon reaches its maximum declination north of the celestial equator. In particular, I’m looking at July 6 and 10-15 as the most intense cycle within this period. You should know the drill by now: have your emergency supplies and go bag ready just in case".

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"Turbulence Returns with the July 27 Lunar Eclipse

"July ends up the same way it began: stormy. It falls under the aegis of a lunar eclipse, after all. So expect the usual, on the macro scale: powerful storms with high winds and heavy precipitation, extreme tidal surges, and moderate-to-severe seismic activity (including M5+ earthquakes and newsworthy volcanic eruptions.

JUL 27, 2018 Lunar Eclipse (Total) The focal point for the total lunar eclipse on July 27 is the Moon’s position at 4°44’ Aquarius – part of a T-Square including the Sun and Moon together with Mars and Uranus. Both Mars Max and Mercury Max figure prominently into this configuration. Mars Max is peaking on the 27th, as the Sun opposes Mars – Earth’s perigee (close approach) to the Red Planet. (More on Mars Max in a moment, or see even more on pages 2-12 in the full version of my 2018 World Forecast Highlights.) At the same time, Mercury is reaching one the five peak points in its Max cycle: the retrograde station on the 26.

Here again we have a dynamic, conflicting configuration for the world as a whole; as well as another of this year’s major contacts to the Trump chart – focusing on his natal Pluto. Check your own chart for connections to the area of 5° in the fixed signs (i.e. Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius). Contacts point to the lunar eclipse as a likely time of emotional intensity, turbulence and conflict in your life.

On the macro scale, the July 24-30 shock window for this eclipse marks off its greatest storm, tide and seismic potential. As always, the scope is planetary; but there are some astro-locality pointers to zones of greater risk. For example, there’s a Sun-Moon-Mars meridian line running down through western Canada and the US Pacific coast in the New World, coming up through Egypt and the Middle East in the Old. Uranus is on the meridian from Japan through Papua New Guinea and Australia, emerging on the other side of the world to cross from the eastern tip of Brazil all the way to Greenland. Pay heed to those horizon lines as well – such as the Uranus crossing over Los Angeles and sweeping through Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, Egypt and the Horn of Africa.

The July Mars Max Crescendo

As I’ve said for many years now, the biennial Mars Max cycle inevitably signals a peak in tension and conflict on the human level – both individually and collectively. Whether it’s interpersonal or international, this is never a peaceful time. It’s a phenomenon that consistently shows up in the heavens when the tide of human violence surges to extraordinary levels. It loomed large and bright in the sky at the Valentine’s Day Massacre, the start of World War II, the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the start of the Korean War, the Suez Crisis, the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, the 1973 Arab-Israeli War, the Gulf War, 911, etc."

Complete astrological report
http://www.astropro.com/forecast/predict/2018-07.html

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WOOP!
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Here's a good website to keep track of solar and lunar eclipses:


Shadow and Substance: Today's Night Sky
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Bad omen coming this way. Stock market crash frantic
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-13-2018 03:15 AM)
Bad omen coming this way. Stock market crash frantic

And again nothing happened. Jhikpghf
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