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Solar Eclipse
Astronomical & Astrological Perspectives

By Staten Island’s Own

Hant Heduar, III

FRIDAY

SEPTEMBER 22, 2006

8:00 PM

 
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About The 2006 Solar Eclipse
in the Tropical and Sidereal Signs of Virgo

An annular Solar Eclipse (NEW MOON) will occur on Friday, September 22, 2006, 7:45 am, EST. The eclipse will be visible in Guyana, Suriname and French Guyana in South America. This Solar eclipse will occur in the Tropical Sign of Virgo at a critical degree, 29°, on the numerology power number of 22, as are 11, 33, etc. Because the Earth Sign of Virgo is involved, the demand for labor should rise dramatically. Extremely (29° effect) hard work for little pay will be the theme of the day – at least for the next six months but most likely lasting longer up until the 2008 Presidential elections. Public health and hygiene issues involving GERMS and BACTERIA of all types will be high on Virgo’s agenda. The recent E. Coli outbreak in 21 states (and climbing) involving spinach with one confirmed death in Wisconsin, legionnaire disease outbreak forcing temporary closure of Mercer County Civil Court in New Jersey, as well as respiratory ailments of 9-11 rescue workers are the warm-ups of this profound celestial event. On the positive side, quantum leaps and breakthroughs should occur in persistent healthcare issues and diseases that have dogged mankind for the past 20-100 years, including HIV-AIDS and cancer. Rationality, logical analyses, deductive reasoning, efficiency and practicality will play major roles, but not always with positive effect, such as the downgrading of the Planet Pluto to dwarf status by highly intelligent rational minded scientists that has caused a major uproar and division in the astronomy community, least to say the astrology community. Religion, oil, water, storms and electricity will continue to be big topics in the news due to the mutual reception of Uranus in Pisces. The eclipse occurring in an Earth sign could trigger earthquakes in uncharted fault lines that have been inactive for more than 10,000 years similar to the earthquake at Hector Mine earthquake near Joshua Tree, CA Oct 16, 1999, M7.1 Richter scale and the recent earthquake in the Gulf. The last Solar Eclipse occurred in the fire sign of Aries on March 29, 2006; 6:15 am, EST at 8°Aries. It gave us the suspicious Ship Yard fire in Brooklyn, New York, NY’s second largest, record breaking heat waves in the summer of 2006, sudden outbreak of war between Israel and Lebanon and other “hot, fast and flashy” topics that are now beginning to cool down. The eclipse cycle in Virgo started on March 14, 2006 and will end on February 20, 2008. The next solar eclipse after Sept 22, 2006 will occur in Pisces (28°) on Sunday, March 18, 2007; 9:42 PM, EST.

The 2 solar eclipses in Virgo will occur on Sept. 22, 2006 and Sept. 11, 2007 as follows:

  • Friday, September 22, 2006, 7:45 a.m. EST at the critical degree of 29° Virgo 20˙ (Sidereal: 5° 23˙); and
  • Tuesday, September 11, 2007, EST at 18° Virgo 25˙ Tropical (Sidereal: 24° Leo 27˙).

This means that much of the above will continue well into 2008, closing out the Virgo eclipse cycle about the time of the 2008 U.S. Presidential elections.

The solar eclipse occurring Friday, September 22, 2006 at 7:45 am, EST at the critical degree of 29° Virgo 20˙ will be felt in more ways than one.

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