Tue, November, 12 2019
Lunar and solar eclipses might be attention grabbers, but in reality we get at least two of each every year. In contrast, today’s Mercury eclipse, with tiny Mercury crossing the face of the Sun, is much rarer, not to be repeated again for another 13 years. This is happening in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart and can be seen as an eclipse of the heart. This is a coming together of all that the Sun can see from looking forward and all that Mercury, in retrograde motion can see from looking back.
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