THE RECENT TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE IN FIRE SIGN LEO
Does astrology work? So then, what has just occurred across “the path of totality” of the August 21st total Solar Eclipse in the hottest of all signs (Leo), also conjunct the fiery planet Mars? This particular eclipse was of interest to me because I live in its path! In fact, I was a killjoy - remaining inside, blinds drawn, per tradition. First, let’s check what my book "Eclipses and You" had to say: "Leo Eclipses", page 58:
“…Energy builds intensely, think of an oven, and can be explosive…”.
“…Power surges and outages may occur in any or all matters related to kings, dictator…nuclear power, fuels, fire…”
From “Cautions”, page 59: “…a spell of super-hot weather or drought is typical. Do all you can to prevent fires”.
From page 130: See section on what happens when Mars crosses the degree of any eclipse.
“…destruction, heat, fire…men, metals, invasion, deaths…speed, police, fighters…wild animals…"
From page 58 “…Eclipses in this sign are warm”, and page 59 “…check ovens and kilns for extra pressure building up and stay tuned to news regarding nuclear power plants. Avoid radiation, heat, too much Sun…”, and “…this hot, dry eclipse…"
Mars exactly crossed the 28-29˚ of Leo (the Eclipse degree) the very day the historically huge fire
literally exploded with an audible “bang" in Oregon’s famous Columbia Gorge, immediately charring 3,000 acres as of Sept 3, with “0” containment as I write.
So, was The News fiery?:
- The whole Oregon region from Eagle Creek to Pendleton area was hit with world-class fires. Portland smelled like a barbecue, and the sky was covered with a thick haze over vast regions following the exact path of the eclipse through Oregon. Hundreds of fire fighters are converging on the region, all rescue forces organized and fantastic quantities of retardant are being dropped on this pristine mountain area. Wild life and humans are in flight.
- The whole region (above) is enjoying a record heat wave, much exacerbating the problem.
- North Korea releases nuclear underground test, creating a sizable earthquake, also firing a threatening missile over Japanese skies.
Personally, I wish the book was not accurate. All of this is quite horrible. However, you can see now how useful this foreknowledge can be!
One need not wonder why the builders of Stonehenge in England (that giant stone eclipse-predicting computer), went to all that trouble!
There is considerably more information in this book, including the expected timeline of effect - being both immediate effects of long duration, or effects that can crop up throughout a one-year (or even two-year) period each time the eclipse is “triggered” .
Leo eclipses also cause stock markets to swing way up or down within one year of their occurrence. I’m expecting same between now and February.
Fuels and their cost are severely impacted (oil).
Note: I’ve no idea how the Leo eclipse relates to the Houston flood! Eclipses can (and do) signal all manner of extreme weather. However, the obvious watery nature of the Houston event is unlike the hot, fiery Leo Eclipse. Perhaps an astro-meteorologist can fill in the blanks.