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Here in Finland,at nearly eleven it he morning,it's turning dark and the birds are returning to roost. But what does it mean?

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Apparently we have an eclipse, the spring equinox and a super moon all together.  Must 'mean' something I suppose but no idea what :)

 

Eclipse only partial here and its cloudy so nothing to see really, light is slightly low but just like normal cloudy day.

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I was a bit underwhelmed here in Germany. I was in Munich in 99 when we had a 100% eclipse and was kind of expecting something similar this time. But it's just a super-bright, white sun.

 

Feeling strangely ungrounded all day, though. Floating ...

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I was a bit underwhelmed here in Germany. I was in Munich in 99 when we had a 100% eclipse and was kind of expecting something similar this time. But it's just a super-bright, white sun.

 

Feeling strangely ungrounded all day, though. Floating ...

 

Same here in England. The 99 eclipse was really something special but todays effort was hardly noticeable. For the record I am not feeling in the least ungrounded.

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Same here in England. The 99 eclipse was really something special but todays effort was hardly noticeable. For the record I am not feeling in the least ungrounded.

 

I remember that eclipse well...  mostly because I looked at it directly and theres a little dot still burned into my retina

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I climbed to the top of the moors a few miles away with my girlfriend today at 8am and sat mindfully for over an hour while the eclipse did its thing.

 

It was lovely to take time out before starting a job...just to remember what it is to just be!

 

I have felt grounded since...but I would say this is more down to the nature of how I decided to treat the morning.

 

I took a few photos...hopefully I can upload them on this thread if I get behind a PC?

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Solar eclipses in very general terms mean endings and beginnings. Which is emphasized in this one by its occurrence on the last degree of Pisces which is the transitional degree to 0¬į Aries, or the Spring equinox - the end of an astrological year and the beginning of a new one.

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Something specific? How about this then...

 

I was looking at an isolated event in Azerbijian. Here is the chart for the solar eclipse as it affects that place.

 

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I note war planet Mars in contact with the ascendant - Saturn (the other "malefic" among the planets) out of sect (a diurnal planet in a night chart), in keeping with the nature of the event... Here is the story that motivated me to look at this...

 

http://rt.com/news/242373-nagorno-karabakh-conflict-azerbaijan/

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Does the concept of 'combust'  apply to eclipses ?  (or the reverse 'incombust'   since it is the  Sun that is hidden ?)

 

... Incombust    :D

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Does the concept of 'combust'  apply to eclipses ?  (or the reverse 'incombust'   since it is the  Sun that is hidden ?)

 

... Incombust    :D

 

Quoting from vedicastrologyblog:

 

"MOON COMBUST? Not really.  When the Sun and Moon are close you are in a new moon. This has it’s own specific energy. It is challenging to have your Moon or your Mind with your Sun. This is called a dark moon and can result in a soul being very challenged to find themselves."

 

Besides, any celestial body that is in super-exact conjunction with the Sun is no longer combust but kazimi - a very favourable condition which brings its full potential out.

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Okay .... first of all I thought that was what the term was , but not being a 'real astrologer' and very 'rusty'   I couldnt remember the term so I looked it up  ... something like 'calzoni' I thought it was ... I ended up getting ;

 

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and when I got 

 

http://www.astrologyweekly.com/dictionary/cazimi.php

 

I was still laughing so much I misread the 17 mins as 17 deg.  so thought, no that isnt it ....   must be combust.  

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Anyway ... a ' Moon kazimi ' certainly brings out the its full potential !  It can even blot out the Sun!

 

The one I witnessed ( full eclipse) was damn eerie!  Nature and the wildlife went off ... dogs in the distance howling, a faint ring of light surrounding the distant circular 'sunset' in all directions ... stars !  

 

 

....  yabbies going walkabout ! 

 

 

" ... I hear the whining of thy wolves!

I hear The howling of the hounds about thy form ... "

 

 

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Migrating yabbie ( day photo - but they usually do it on wet nights ) ;

 

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Isn't that the famous Lobster Rampa who wrote The Opening of the Third Eye?

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Isn't that the famous Lobster Rampa who wrote The Opening of the Third Eye?

 

No, it's the lobster which wrote the best-seller Breakthrough to a Higher Level - One Lobster's Journey to a Life in the Sunshine. Never heard of it, eh?

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Hello...I have some pictures from my morning of the eclipse that I would like to share...I am struggling...

 

can somebody show me how? Thanks

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Hello...I have some pictures from my morning of the eclipse that I would like to share...I am struggling...

 

can somebody show me how? Thanks

 

https://www.imageupload.co.uk/

 

Click "start uploading", then select the picture you want to upload from your PC.

 

It will generate a link which will have your picture attached. 

 

 

I got some pictures of the eclipse... not that great though, was pretty cloudy here.

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https://www.imageupload.co.uk/

 

Click "start uploading", then select the picture you want to upload from your PC.

 

It will generate a link which will have your picture attached.

 

 

I got some pictures of the eclipse... not that great though, was pretty cloudy here.

Thanks, will give this a go when I get a chance :)

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Ok, here are some links...

 

The journey up - sheep on top of "their" hill:

 

 

https://www.imageupload.co.uk/images/2015/04/08/IMAG1550.jpg


https://www.imageupload.co.uk/images/2015/04/08/IMAG1553.jpg

 

 

Shade coming over the land in the distance:

 


https://www.imageupload.co.uk/images/2015/04/08/IMAG1559.jpg

 

 

The sun itself. Pics don't do it justice though, it was literally 90% covered. Here the camera has caught just glare from the remaining sunlight making it look brighter than it was:


https://www.imageupload.co.uk/images/2015/04/08/IMAG1556.jpg


https://www.imageupload.co.uk/images/2015/04/08/IMAG1558.jpg

 

Hopefully this provides a good idea of the atmosphere of where we were at least :)

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