I got a call a couple of hours ago from one of clients. He’s consulted with me for a number of years to get astrological perspectives on business and personal matters, and we’ve become good friends along the way.
“I was thinking about you last night,” he said.
“Yeah. The dog wanted to go out, and woke me up at about four o’clock in the morning. So I walked outside with the dog, and saw the Moon. It was really an incredible sight! And I had heard that it was some kind of eclipse, so naturally I thought of you.”
I told him I was glad that he was remembering to make astrological connections, and that he was able to experience the beauty of the eclipse, even if it did mean getting up in the middle of the night.
His experience was fairly typical– just about everyone who was able to see the lunar eclipse last night was awestruck by how magnificent it looked, even though not everyone got to witness the blood-red color that had given it the Blood Moon designation.
What some people saw was dark orange instead. Depending on the local weather conditions, others saw the eclipse as dirty brown, or even a greyish tint.
But everybody was impressed.
The next lunar eclipse will come in October. But in the meantime, of course, we’ve got the big solar eclipse coming up in just two weeks. We can expect it to have a major influence on global affairs and on the financial markets as well.
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