A total solar eclipse will occur and be visible on Monday, August 21, 2017, within a band across the entire contiguous United States (for the best places and other details click on zoomable chart). This eclipse will happen in Leo – which now means, as you can see in the attached chartwheel, simultaneously tropical, sidereal and constellational Leo.
During totality, the brightest star in Leo, Regulus will be visible just to the left of the eclipsed Sun, while Mercury is further to the left and Mars is to the right (see chart).
As the eclipsed Sun will be in close conjunction with the fixed star Regulus that is the ’par excellence’ Royal Star, symbol of the Power and Authority, it indicates ’violence, trouble, ultimate disgrace, ruin, sickness, fevers or benefits seldom last’ (by V. Robson) and such analogies for the next period, concerning mundane astrology. This is compounded by the…
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