Lunar Eclipse in Libra: Polarity to the Max, and Back Again

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In tonight’s edition I go over eclipses, and the total lunar eclipse in Libra. The eclipse will be visible throughout the United States and Canada (and many other places in our listening area) where skies are clear.

Lunar eclipse from March 2007 photographed by Anthony Ayiomamitis.
Lunar eclipse from March 2007 photographed from Athens by Anthony Ayiomamitis / Planet Waves.

I introduced that topic in detail in Monday’s Planet Waves daily post, and I suggest you read that to get a sense of the themes from a written perspective (and that post includes more detailed charts). The article is called The Goddess Reveals Herself: Bursts of Aries and Libra. I cover much of the same material from a different point of view.

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This page includes the samples of the Spring Reading (from three signs) as well as the welcome message that comes with the project. The welcome message describes the relationship between your personal astrology and the times in which we are living.

I also did a preview of the project, which you can listen to here. Purchasing information is located on both of those pages.

Here is some information about eclipse visibility — note, all times are on 24-hour clock and standard time — so add one hour for daylight time. Please adjust for your local time zone. Data provided by Anthony Ayiomamitis.

NEW YORK CITY

Moon enters penumbra: 2014 Apr 14 23:51:46
Moon enters umbra: 2014 Apr 15 00:57:45
Start of totality: 2014 Apr 15 02:06:08 <—
Maximum eclipse: 2014 Apr 15 02:45:25 <—
End of totality: 2014 Apr 15 03:24:44 <—
Moon leaves umbra: 2014 Apr 15 04:33:08
Moon leaves penumbra: 2014 Apr 15 05:38:57

CHICAGO

Moon enters penumbra: 2014 Apr 14 22:51:46
Moon enters umbra: 2014 Apr 14 23:57:45
Start of totality: 2014 Apr 15 01:06:08 <—
Maximum eclipse: 2014 Apr 15 01:45:25 <—
End of totality: 2014 Apr 15 02:24:44 <—
Moon leaves umbra: 2014 Apr 15 03:33:08
Moon leaves penumbra: 2014 Apr 15 04:38:57

LOS ANGELES

Moon enters penumbra: 2014 Apr 14 20:51:46
Moon enters umbra: 2014 Apr 14 21:57:45
Start of totality: 2014 Apr 14 23:06:08 <—
Maximum eclipse: 2014 Apr 14 23:45:25 <—
End of totality: 2014 Apr 15 00:24:44 <—
Moon leaves umbra: 2014 Apr 15 01:33:08
Moon leaves penumbra: 2014 Apr 15 02:38:57