Solar Eclipse July 2009

Solar EclipseJulian was the last non-Christian ruler of the Roman Empire and it was his desire to bring the empire back to its ancient Roman values in order to save it from “dissolution”. He purged the top-heavy state bureaucracy and attempted to revive traditional Roman religious practices at the cost of Christianity.” [wiki]

Julian died on 26 June 363, the day before the longest total solar eclipse for nearly 3000 years. It lasted 7m 24s. The longest between 744 BC and 2186 AD. That eclipse was on the fixed star alpha Monoceros.

“The two major interpretations of the unicorn symbol hinge on pagan and Catholic symbolism. The pagan interpretation focuses on the medieval lore of beguiled lovers, whereas some Catholic writings interpret the unicorn and its death as the Passion of Christ.” [wiki]

This latest total solar eclipse at 29can27 lasted 6m 39s making it the longest total solar eclipse till 2150 AD. This eclipse is also on the fixed star alpha Monoceros. These two times, 363 AD and now, are brought together by these very long total solar eclipses on the same star. Also, back then Neptune and Lilith were each within 3 degrees in the constellations from where they are now. The Julian eclipse was quincunx retrograde Neptune. This eclipse is quincunx retrograde Pluto. The quincunx is an aspect of karmic readjustment. Neptune is religion and spirituality. Pluto is death and rebirth, evolution. Now we also have the Jupiter/Chiron/Neptune conjunction making the religious/spiritual theme even stronger.

At the mundane level, Monoceros may rule Germany, Ireland, Israel, equality, communications and aviation.

At the personal level, “Monoceros is said to give a pioneering, persistent, enterprising, ambitious and pushing nature, together with a love of travel and change.” [Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology, Vivian E. Robson, 1923].

4 thoughts on “Solar Eclipse July 2009

  1. Excellent and timely comments. However, major aspects and traditional planets are most important regarding the eclipses, IMO.

  2. 363 AD was the council of Loudicea which amonst other things I think “threw women out the bible” listing the gospels allowed in it ( not mary magdalene’s ; check this. Also regulated pagans heretics and jews according to Wikip. ! How ? – n/k . but doesn’t sound good.
    PLUS Julian last pagan emperor died

    This does not sound a good mix for people like me and it most emphatically wasn’t ….

  3. While it is years later- that SE fell exactly on my natal sun & 3′ from ASC

    It truly, totally fried me & I was still feeling fallout 3 years later

    Just Brutal

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