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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
     Planets

   Part Six
   - More Surprises About Retrograde
     Planets


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

Eclipses

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

Decanates
   Part One
   Part Two
   Part Three
   Part Four
   Part Five

Lunar Eclipse:
March 12, 1998

I have promised you that I shall remind you, in a timely manner, of the four cardinal ingresses that occur every year, of the five eclipses that we can expect in 1998, and of any other major celestial phenomenon. This week, we will experience the second of the five eclipses.

The lunar eclipse this week will take place on Thursday, March 12, 1998 at 22 degrees and 24 minutes of Virgo. In the Pacific time zone, the eclipse will occur at 8:34 p.m.; in Mountain time, at 9:34 p.m.; in Central time, at 10:34 p.m.; in Eastern time at 11:34 p.m. At the moment of the eclipse, the Sun will be at 22 Pisces 24 and the Moon will be at 22 Virgo 24.

If your natal horoscope has any planet or personal point at 22 Pisces or 22 Virgo, the coming eclipse will bring changes into your life, in the nature of the planet or personal point involved. The changes may have already begun, because the effects of an eclipse can manifest themselves up to three months before the eclipse.

My advice to you, dear reader, is to erect a chart for the moment of the eclipse located at the city where you live. If the Midheaven or Ascendant of this chart is conjunct or opposite a planet or personal point in your natal chart, then you can expect the eclipse to have some effect on you, in the nature of the planet or personal point involved.

The mundane interpretation of eclipses has been made easier by the advent of the astro*carto*graphy technique as taught by Jim Lewis. Something of importance will occur at a place where the eclipse itself or another planet in the chart of the eclipse is conjunct one of the angles. The occurrence will be in the nature of the planet and the angle. I use astro*carto*graphy software to guide me to an approximate position on Earth where something of significance can be expected. Once I identify a city, I erect a chart for the time of the eclipse in that city to confirm my findings. For this article, I shall use only cities in the continental United States.

For example, starting at the West Coast, at the moment of the eclipse, a chart drawn for Seattle, Washington has 19 degrees of Aries on the Descendant, and Saturn in that chart is right there at 19 Aries 29. This indicates to me that sometime in the next six months, Seattle will be in the news.

At the moment of the eclipse, we find Neptune on the Nadir of charts drawn for locations having a longitude of about 115 Degrees. This includes cities like Las Vegas, Nevada and Boise, Idaho. Neptune will be at 01 Aquarius 26. Watch these cities for news.

At the moment of the eclipse, we find Venus on the Nadir of charts drawn for locations having a longitude of about 109 degrees. Some of the cities near this longitude are Havre, Montana; Gallup, New Mexico; and Douglas, Arizona. Venus will be at 06 Aquarius 51.

At the moment of the eclipse, we find Uranus on the Nadir of charts drawn for locations having a longitude of about 105 West 44. Some of the cities near this longitude are Cheyenne, Wyoming; Denver, Colorado; Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Uranus will be at 11 Aquarius 05.

At the moment of the eclipse, we find Jupiter on the Nadir of charts drawn for locations having a longitude of about 80 degrees. Some of the cities near this longitude are Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Buffalo, New York; Roanoke, Virginia; and Miami, Florida. Jupiter will be at 08 Pisces 48.

At the moment of the eclipse, we find the North Node conjunct the Midheaven of charts drawn for locations having a longitude of about 77 degrees. Some of the cities near this longitude are Washington, D.C.; Baltimore, Maryland; and Wilmington, North Carolina. The North Node will be at 10 Virgo 33.

Readers of this column will recognize that some of the cities named above are the same cities that were named in a previous article concerning the total solar eclipse of February 26, 1998. These cities bear watching. Astrology tells us that these cities could be in the news.

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