This Saturday we’ll be treated to a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse is at 18° Gemini, the Libra decan (10-20°) and the Capricorn dwad (17½-20°), so take a look at how the eclipse aspects Venus and Saturn in your chart.
If you have planets or points at 18° Gemini or within a tight orb, you’re more likely to feel some effects from the eclipse than if the eclipse aspects nothing in your chart. Pay close attention to the house issues associated with the Gemini/Sagittarius axis in your chart whether there are aspects or not.
The Gemini/Sagittarius eclipse asks “What do you think you’ve learned and what can you teach others?” Whatever it is, it needs to be done persuasively (Libra decan) and to produce results (Capricorn dwad). To do it authoritatively or in a demanding way is the wrong approach. No I told you so’s with these teachings. We want to be content with the results we achieve because we’ll be living with them for a long time.
Have issues already popped up for you?
If the eclipse is viewable from your area, do try to sneak a peek. It promises to be a red moon. That’s not the same as a Blood Moon which is an alternate name for October’s Hunter Moon.
Earthsky.com has great tips on watching the eclipse. If you aren’t able to see it from your part of the world, here’s a demonstration of what it will look like to the lucky ones who will get to see it.