Tuesday, July 2, 2019
The Moon and the Sun are both in homebody Cancer today. They will converge at 3:16 PM ET, creating a new moon/solar eclipse visible in South America and the South Pacific.
The larger Cancer/Capricorn eclipse cycle began in January with the Capricorn New Moon/solar eclipse of January 5, 2019. That eclipse took place on the lunar South Node, which asks us to release, clean out, cut off, clear up. Have you been de-cluttering in some aspect of your life? Clearing space?
Today’s Cancer New Moon/solar eclipse takes place at the lunar North Node and thus is about bringing something in to fill the space cleared. Over the next few days, you can gain clarity around what that might be for you.
Be open to revelations regarding family and home, either your family of origin or the home and family you have currently. I was just speaking this morning with a dear friend who has already had a big realization in this area and is moving forward with much greater clarity.
This eclipse takes place very close to the Cancer Sun in the chart of the United States. Watch the news this week for homeland reveals.