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Many New Energies Begin To Blow In At The End Of This Week, In Preparation For The Solar Eclipse/New Moon of November 3rd.

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Many New Energies Begin To Blow In At The End Of This Week, In Preparation For The Solar Eclipse/New Moon of November 3rd.

Post  ..journey on Fri Nov 01, 2013 1:38 pm

NOVEMBER 2013 OVERVIEW - ASTROLOGY

November emerges on Friday as the EIGHT universal month begins to set a new pace. Many new energies begin to blow in at the end of this week, in preparation for the Solar Eclipse/New Moon of November 3rd.

November brings situations out from the hidden corners and into the light. Sun connects to Mercury retrograde, highlighting the major issues that are now in the process of being revised. 

The characteristics of the EIGHT represent career, business, industry, government and finance become the focus of great activities. 

The importance of moving into November becomes visible as a faster pace of issues stampede into the picture. 

November highlights the requirements needed for review and resolution. 

Sun connecting to Mercury usually brings forward a new commitment and decision, bringing a new job, house or purchasing a new car. However, with Mercury retrograde, there is a delay process because only half of the information is available. When Mercury retrogrades behind the Sun, many of the pieces of information are missing prompting confusion and mis-understandings. 


http://goingglobaleastmeetswest.blogspot.com/2013/10/november-2013-overview-astrology.html

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Re: Many New Energies Begin To Blow In At The End Of This Week, In Preparation For The Solar Eclipse/New Moon of November 3rd.

Post  ..journey on Sat Nov 02, 2013 6:25 pm

Hybrid Solar Eclipse 2013: How To See Rare Celestial Sight On November 3rd

On the East Coast of the U.S., the best chance of seeing the hybrid solar eclipse will be at 6:30 a.m. ET. Skywatchers near Boston and New York should expect to see the moon covering more than half the sun. Farther south, a smaller portion of sun will be obscured.

Hybrid solar eclipses are rare. Of the 11,898 solar eclipses indexed and predicted between 1999 B.C. and 3000 A.D., only 4.8 percent were considered hybrids, according to Universe Today.

Oh, and a note of caution: Remember that eye protection is required when viewing this eclipse, even though it's just a hybrid.

Watch Slooh's live broadcast of the hybrid solar eclipse below from 6:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. ET Sunday

More Information: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/31/hybrid-solar-eclipse-2013-november-3-sunday_n_4178648.html

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