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Advanced Astrology (cont.)

The Lunation Cycle
   Part One
   Part Two

Part of Fortune
   Part One
   Part Two

Part of Fortune in the Signs

Part of Fortune and Planets

Part of Fortune Surprises

Retrograde Planets
   Part One
   Part Two
   Part Three
   - Transiting Retrograde Planets A

   Part Four
   - Transiting Retrograde Planets B

   Part Five
   - Surprises About Retrograde

   Part Six
   - More Surprises About Retrograde

Libra Ingress 1997

The Void of Course Moon
   Part One
   Part Two
   Part Three

Advanced Techniques
   Part One
   Part Two
   Part Three

Planetary Hours
   Part One
   Part Two
   Part Three
   Part Four

Capricorn Ingress, 1997

New Year's Resolutions

Lunations 1998

Using New and Full Moons


Reading the Chart
   Part One: Chart-As-A-Whole
   Part Two: Chart-As-A-Whole
   Part Three: Examples
   Part Four: Examples (cont.)

Total Solar Eclipse

Astrologers' Dilemma
   - Clinton's Birth Data

Lunar Eclipse

Aries Ingress 1988

   Part One
   Part Two
   Part Three
   Part Four
   Part Five

Lunations 1998

Last week, we went through your new 1998 calendar or appointment book and recorded all the times that planets will go retrograde and direct in 1998, as well as the times of the solstices and equinoxes. This week, we will record all the 1998 lunations: New Moons, Full Moons, and eclipses. In my appointment book, I draw the New Moon as a circle filled in (representing a dark circle, like the darkness at the New Moon) and a Full Moon as an empty circle (the white interior looking like a Full Moon.)

I shall use only Eastern Time to be consistent with last week's data. You can easily convert Eastern Time to any other time zone in the United States. We will change the clocks at 2 a.m. on Sunday, April 5, to observe Daylight Saving Time until 2 a.m. on Sunday, October 25, 1998, when we revert to Standard Time. (Arizona is different and does not change.) The dates and times that I give you will be corrected for Daylight Saving Time when appropriate.

The New Year started after a New Moon. So the first lunation in 1998 will be a Full Moon on January 12 (12:24 p.m.) at 22 Cancer 18. If there is any planet or personal point in your horoscope conjunct or opposite this degree, then the two weeks following the Full Moon will be significant.

The next lunation is a New Moon on January 28 (1:01 a.m.) at 8 Aquarius 06. If there is a planet or personal point conjunct or opposite this degree, then a whole month, until the next New Moon, will be significant.

Full Moon on February 11 (5:23 a.m.) at 22 Leo 29. Effect same as above, lasting only two weeks, until the next New Moon.

SOLAR ECLIPSE on February 26 (12:26 p.m.) at 7 Pisces 55. This is a total eclipse of the Sun, where the Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth. In the United States, this eclipse will be visible only in the most southwestern and most eastern parts. This is the only total eclipse of 1998. It is said that the effect of an eclipse is strongest in those areas where it is visible.

Solar eclipses occur at New Moon (Sun conjunct Moon.)
Lunar eclipses occur at Full Moon (Sun opposite Moon.)

LUNAR ECLIPSE on March 12 (11:34 p.m.) at 22 Virgo 24. This is not a total eclipse. This is a penumbral eclipse. At a Full Moon, the Earth is somewhere between the Sun and the Moon. A penumbral eclipse occurs when the Moon is not totally blocked by the shadow of the Earth, but only partially.

New Moon on March 27 (10:14 p.m.) at 7 Aries 15.

Full Moon on April 11 (6:23 p.m.) at 21 Libra 49. This is the Full Moon that brings in Passover and Easter Sunday.

New Moon on April 26 (7:41 a.m.) at 6 Taurus 03.

Full Moon on May 11 (10:29 a.m.) at 20 Scorpio 42.

New Moon on May 25 (3:32 p.m.) at 4 Gemini 23.

Full Moon on June 10 (00:18 a.m.) at 19 Sagittarius 06.

New Moon on June 23 (11:50 p.m.) at 2 Cancer 27.

Full Moon on July 9 (12:01 p.m.) at 17 Capricorn 15.

New Moon on July 23 (9:44 a.m.) at 00 Leo 31.

LUNAR ECLIPSE on August 7 (10:10 p.m.) at 15 Aquarius 21. This is a penumbral eclipse.

SOLAR ECLIPSE on August 21 (10:03 p.m.) at 28 Leo 48. This is an annular eclipse of the Sun. An annular eclipse occurs when the Moon is between the Earth and the Sun, but a ring of the Sun is around the dark center of the Moon. This eclipse will not be visible in the United States, because it occurs when it is night in the United States.

LUNAR ECLIPSE on September 6 (7:21 a.m.) at 13 Pisces 40. This is a penumbral eclipse.

New Moon on September 20 (1:01 p.m.) at 27 Virgo 32.

Full Moon on October 5 (4:12 p.m.) at 12 Aries 23. This one is called the Harvest Moon.

New Moon on October 20 (6:09 a.m.) at 26 Libra 49.

Full Moon on November 4 (00:18 a.m.) at 11 Taurus 35.

New Moon on November 18 (11:27 p.m.) at 26 Scorpio 38.

Full Moon on December 3 (10:19 a.m.) at 11 Gemini 15.

New Moon on December 18 (5:42 p.m.) at 26 Sagittarius 48.

You will be happy to have this information in your appointment book.

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