TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON
July 27, 2018
11.45 DEGREES CAPRICORN US 16:20 EST
Begins 17:14 GMT; Ends 23:28 GMT
beings 11:14 CDT and ends 17:28 CDT
It is visible in Australia, Africa, Middle East, South American, Eastern Caribbean, most of Europe,
The second total lunar eclipse of 2018 is on Friday, July 27th. The Moon is at the same degree at the start of the eclipse as Mars, in close conjunction to the South node, Ketu. This is highly volatile for the planet and our personal lives. With the Sun and Rahu in the opposite sign, and Mercury retrograde at the sensitive juncture between Cancer and Leo, there is ample opportunity for big shake-ups and events that trigger immediate changes.
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