Astrological Almanac for Friday, November 19, 2021

Published by chris on

(All times Eastern)

The longest partial lunar eclipse in over 500 years is this morning. It finishes up just about at sunrise, but will last for 6 hours. If you’re an early riser, you may have been out to see it at its fullest, about 4 am. It’s loaded with energy, and the Weekly Context post deals with it specifically. Eclipses are not usually productive on the day of the eclipse, but rather they have effects throughout the “eclipse season.” There’s debate about how long an eclipse season is. One traditional way of timing it is that it lasts as long as the Sun or Moon is occulted (darkened). So this one may have effects lasting a few months. And sometimes eclipse affects are the kind that change your life direction, if it hits your chart directly, so while the most immediate effects will not last more than a few months at most, the long-lasting effects could essentially last a lifetime.

At 9:32 am the Moon enters Gemini, beginning to shift the eclipse energy quickly, at least on the surface. We may feel a bit “hung over” from the heavy duty energies, but the Moon will try to cheer us up and get us moving in this social air sign.

The afternoon and evening are good for making plans or fulfilling obligations.

Weekly Context Post: #dailyastro #astrology #wheresthemoon

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