Total Lunar Eclipse 27 July 2018

On 27 July, at 20:21 UT, there will be a total lunar eclipse.  The entirety of this eclipse will be visible across the United Kingdom. Furthermore, it will be one of the longest of the 21st Century, lasting one hour and 43 minutes.



The chart below, cast for London, shows the event:


What is of particular interest here is the connection between the current eclipse chart and the UK Reorganisation chart from 1922, shown below.


This chart can be found in Nick Campion’s book of World Horoscopes* (p345). He writes:

“In 1922 the greater part of Ireland became independent and the UK was renamed the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.”

With the problems concerning Brexit, the ever-growing possibility of a “no-deal’ scenario and the unsolved Irish border crisis currently making daily headlines, this chart seems to be well placed to be used as a foundation chart, representing the United Kingdom in its current form.

The bi-wheel above shows the connection between the upcoming eclipse and the UK Reorganisation chart from 1922. It is noteworthy to observe that the Sun/Moon axis and the Lunar Nodal axis are tightly conjunct the foundation chart’s MC/IC axis. The eclipsed Moon and Cauda Draconis are tightly conjunct the 10th house cusp, which does not bode well for the majority of the population, to say the least. Also note the Jupiter in Scorpio conjunction, which suggests detrimental issues, hidden secrets or even shady organisations.

*Campion, Nicholas, The Book of World Horoscopes, The Wessex Astrologer, Bournemouth, 2004.


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