Eclipse season is upon us this year, with the building Lunar Eclipse on May 26th at 5 degrees of Sagittarius. A second eclipse follows on June 10th with a New Moon at 19 degrees of Gemini.
This heralds a time for humanity to fully recognize what they are facing in the world and to really really come to terms with this. There’s no easy way to say this and there’s no easy way out of this. This is World War III. It began before Covid-19, with the 5G rollout, and now has become evident with the push for mandatory vaccines worldwide. There are protests in several parts of the world against governmental tyranny, forced lockdowns and the crashed economy. From toilet paper hoarding to gasoline hoarding, the cause of a desperate herd survival mentality has grown out of more than just a passing virus. There is a resurgence of unrest in the Middle East with attacks on Palestine. The Biblical prophecies of the book of Revelations have been manifesting before our very eyes, but still too few can see it for what it is.
Jupiter in Pisces for these next couple of months could be our saving grace, if we know how to truly tune in to its powerful currents of energy for positive results. If not, then all Jupiter will seem to do is blow everything up and cause people to feel lost, confused and helpless.
Gemini’s ruling planet, Mercury will be Retrograde in a conjunction with the Solar Eclipse which forms a square with Neptune in Pisces. Mars will be 29 degrees of Cancer, moving out of opposition with Pluto in Capricorn. Nervous energy and uncertainty is widespread. There is very little patience and too much pushiness, on the roads, in the stores, through the internet. There is a mad rush to get somewhere, to escape from confinement, to obtain provisions, to connect with others. Small communities, family farms and grassroots organizations are going to be keys to our success. The Earth and her ancient wisdom will serve as our compass. She simply won’t be ignored any longer, just like the chaos in the world won’t relent until more people do something to change it, beginning with their own personal choices, their own small investments, and their own backyards.
The way of getting through this crisis will not be accomplished by stepping on others’ toes. People are beginning to realize how much they need each other, how much they may rely on each other for things they never even stopped to consider because they have become so used to their modern day conveniences. They are realizing that sometimes less is more, and that technology has caused us to abandon our relationship to nature, where our most treasured remedies are to be found.
This eclipse is a wake-up call to all of us. This is indeed a time of “revelations” and can serve those of us well who are ready to take on the challenges that it implies. A little bit of gratitude and kindness will go a long way in helping to restore some harmony to the environments that we live in.