Transits – July 20 to August 17, 2020: Aftermath

The Stars Within Their Courses

It seems like ages since the Eclipse Season began in June 2020. There were three eclipses, a Lunar Eclipse on June 5, 2020, a Solar Eclipse on June 21, 2020, right after the Solstice, and a Lunar Eclipse on July 4-5, 2020.

The Covid-19 pandemic is raging on. Some places are doing well and are containing the virus. In other places, the virus is spinning out of control. Much has happened, too much to list or describe.


At the moment, we are having a heavenly visit in the form of Comet Neowise. For information about this comet, and my thoughts about what it means, see:

Comet Neowise and the Great Bear

After all of that, it would be nice if we would have a breather, but unfortunately, one does not seem to be forthcoming. While the coming lunation charts are free from eclipses, they repeat the same…

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