Eclipse on First Day of Summer 2020 Packs a Punch

3 Phases of an Annular Solar Eclipse

2020 is going to be a year to remember. Astrology shows that the total solar eclipse on June 21st will bring chaos. It will occur on June 21st at 2:41 AM EDT (11:41 PM June 20th PDT). It will be an annular solar eclipse. And this means that the moon will be too far from the Earth to completely cover the sun. The image above was compiled from an annular solar eclipse on October 4th, 2005, in Spain.

The Eclipse on June 21st

This eclipse is going to be a whopper! We had an eclipse similar to this back on July 5th, 2001. And, that eclipse fell prominently in George W. Bush’s chart, ushering in the catastrophe on September 11th. Luckily this eclipse will not influence Donald Trump’s chart. But, it is aligning with the chart of the United States. And, it will still make a major impact on the world. The eclipse in 2001 had a power rating of 7. Our June 21st eclipse will have a power rating of 6.

Astro Chart June 21 - Total Solar Eclipse

Weight Levels of Eclipses

One of the biggest reasons that the power rating of this eclipse is so high is because of the fact that the eclipse will be at 0° Cancer. Look at the diagram above, and you can see that the Sun, Moon, and Node (ecliptic point) are on the cusp between Gemini and Cancer. This is known as a “critical” degree in astrology. The zero degree of Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn are all critical degrees, because they are the beginning points of a new season (Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter). The eclipse will be on the very first day of Summer this year.

You can also see that Mars is less than 5° from the beginning of Aries on the diagram above, which would technically be at a square (negative aspect) to the eclipse. Squares don’t impact the weight of an eclipse, but it will add even more chaos during that time. Mars is the warrior of the zodiac. So, arguments, fights, and explosive behavior will be possible.

I have tables with the power levels of the eclipses since July 2000. And, a quick count showed 92 eclipses since that time. Of those 92 eclipses, we’ve had eight eclipses with a power rating of 5. Zero eclipses with a power rating of 6. And, one eclipse with a power rating of 7. Our upcoming eclipse on June 21st is going to be our first eclipse this century with a power rating of 6.

Outer Planetary Stellium Throughout 2020

We had the Saturn-Pluto conjunction in January bring the birth of COVID-19. Since then, Jupiter has joined Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn creating a 3 planet stellium. Jupiter is the amplifier of the zodiac. And he will hold his 2nd exact conjunction with Pluto throughout the month of June. (There will be a total of 3 Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions in 2020.) Pluto is the criminal of the zodiac. So, it’s no wonder we’re seeing criminal behavior and law enforcement (ruled by Saturn) going to extremes at this time. Now, we’re adding the influence of a total solar eclipse with a power level of 6. I have no idea what’s going to happen. But, it’s very possible that we will experience a enormous traumatic event. I am praying, and praying, and praying that it will not bring our country to war.

I guarantee that most of us will be telling our children and grandchildren about 2020 — a year to remember.


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