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Solar Eclipse in Gemini June 2021

The Solar Eclipse occurs on June 15, 2021 in the sign of Gemini, which is ruled by Mercury, the planet of communication, intelligence, and thought. Gemini rules the lungs and chest, and specifically the heart, so a Solar Eclipse in Gemini is an excellent time to heal issues with the lungs and chest.

Wednesday, June 7, 2021, will be a day of duality. The Sun will be conjunct the Moon in Gemini, at 17 degrees (AU) of Gemini. This is a time of deep reflection, like we can’t have enough of. It’s super special. In fact, it’s the most unique eclipse of the year, following an eclipse that occurred in Cancer on April 8, 2020. The Sun is in Gemini, and in some mythologies, the twins are associated with Gemini.

When the Full Moon in Gemini falls on June 20, 2021, a rare, total solar eclipse will cross the United States. The eclipse will begin at 11:06 AM EDT, when the Moon passes closest to the center of the Moon, and will end around 2:37 PM EDT. The eclipse will be visible from all of North America, except for the far northern portion of Greenland and the far northern portion of the Arctic, where darkness will cover the Earth during the eclipse. The eclipse will be visible from South America, with two different times as indicated below.

From the Patreon Transcript – Let’s go back to basics for a moment and think about the symbolism of the solar eclipse. A solar eclipse always occurs on a new moon, which means it is a new beginning, which is important because it is an eclipse.

During a solar eclipse, the moon moves in front of the sun and we experience a moment of darkness. We sink into darkness and uncertainty, we sink into our shadows, our emotions, our feelings. And then something important is revealed to us – something that has always been there, but that we have not seen until now. Another very good analogy for this eclipse (since Gemini is associated with communication systems and this eclipse is associated with the retrograde ruler Mercury) is that we can say it is the cosmic equivalent of turn it off, turn it on! The inevitable answer to any technological or other electrical problem is always this: Turn it off and on! We go through a kind of reboot process where sometimes we really have to wait! I had to restart my computer the other day.

Very often I leave it on, but it needs Windows updates. It took forever! I sat there for almost an hour waiting for him to do his thing! So the eclipse makes it seem like we will have to be patient during this time as we go through this reboot process. Because we need to fix this. We need to get all the information we need, and it needs to be in the right place. Everything has to fit or it won’t work. On my Patreon, I’ve included a 40-minute Astro-Taro reading for this lunation in which I discuss aspects of the solar eclipse, the stun of Mars, the Bienor asteroid, and the Sabian symbol.

There is also a transcript if you prefer to read rather than listen. Click here to join my Patreon program. Painting – Schoolgirl doing her homework, by Albert Anker Previous articleWeekly astrological predictions – from the 7th to the 13th. June 2021In June of 2021, a total solar eclipse will cross the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. If you’re in the path of totality, you will experience a few minutes of total darkness and complete darkness. The weather conditions will be ideal for viewing the eclipse and seeing the stars, planets and the Milky Way.

If you’re in the path of totality, you will see the moon go from a bright orange color to a deep red color while the sun becomes a deep black color (just before totality begins), and then it will change back to a reddish orange as the eclipse ends.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a solar eclipse in June 2021?

The Gemini New Moon eclipse is not to be confused with the Gemini Full Moon eclipse in April 2021.  The New Moon Gemini eclipse on June 7, 2021 will be the smallest of the four eclipses that make up the Twins eclipse, and it will be the only eclipse that occurs during Gemini. The New Moon Gemini eclipse occurs between 10:20 A.M. and 10:30 A.M. EDT. The June solar eclipse in Gemini will likely be one of the most popular eclipses of 2021, making it difficult to predict where eclipse watchers will be. In the coming weeks, the Moon will move into the constellation Gemini and will begin to eclipse the Sun on June 6. The July eclipse in Gemini is also a strong possibility, though it technically occurs later that month. In any case, it will still be a defining eclipse in the sign of the twins.

What time is the solar eclipse on June 10 2021?

Solar eclipses occur when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, casting a shadow on the Earth’s surface. They are a natural astronomical phenomenon that can be viewed safely with the naked eye. When a solar eclipse is viewed from a particular location, the features of the moon’s surface cast a shadow on the Earth’s surface. The first total solar eclipse of the 21st century will grace the Eastern U.S. on Tuesday, June 10th, 2021, starting at around 3:07 p.m. EDT and ending at around 4:25 p.m. EDT. The total eclipse will last approximately four and a half minutes and can be observed in the Western U.S., where the moon is at least partially covered by the sun. For those with the basic knowledge, there is a chance of seeing the moon’s shadow cross the sun’s face from the Pacific Northwest, through the heart of the Great Basin, the High Desert, the Sierra Nevada, and the Eastern Sierra.

Is June 21 solar eclipse dangerous?

The June 21 solar eclipse is one of the biggest celestial events in recent years. The last solar eclipse that happened in Gemini (the next sign of the zodiac) was in May 1981. June 21, 2021, the day of the eclipse, will mark the first time a solar eclipse has been visible from North America in nearly 40 years, and it will happen during the daytime only for a short period of time. The eclipse will make a total of 558 miles wide, and it will be visible for more than a half-hour. The Mayan calendar has predicted a total solar eclipse on June 21, 2021. This is not the only one that has been predicted to occur in the future, and some people believe a total solar eclipse is dangerous. If you want to know whether it is dangerous, or how to protect yourself when one occurs, read on.