The most significant energy unfolding this week is the Lunar Eclipse and the next day’s transit of Venus but they come on the heels of a Solar Eclipse that was situated on the Pleiades which can bring disasters with floods and extreme storms. Here’s a quote from Fixed Star lore by Diana K. Rosenberg
The stars of the Bull’s Head form one of the most powerful areas of the entire sky; here the themes are power, fertility, aggression, and storms. A bull’s bellow was associated with thunder, and the earliest depictions of Taurus included lines of jagged lightning, symbols of storm god Adad: the cluster of stars in the muzzle of the bull, known as the Hyades (“Rainy Ones”) and the famous Pleiades cluster in his shoulder, have been associated with torrential rains since the earliest times: a solar eclipse at the Pleiades in May 1993 (exactly square Saturn at 38 Aquarii – in the Water-Pourer!) brought record-breaking floods to the Mississippi basin; and a December 1993 lunar eclipse 6° further on, in the “Rainy Hyades” deluged Europe.
Since the repeating patterns of eclipses occurs on an 18 1/2 year cycle, it fits that there will be problems with floods that I predicted to be the effect of Jupiter square Neptune happening just after the solstice. Since this is a global effect, the storms will be spread around the planet but it’s likely there will be a concentration of them somewhere. Let’s hope death and damage is kept to a minimum.
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