Lunar Eclipse – something emerges from the shadow

September 16, 2016 at 3:51 pm | Posted in 2016, 2016-Lunations, Astrology, Lunations | Comments Off on Lunar Eclipse – something emerges from the shadow
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Lunar ecllipse Visibility of the lunar eclipse, which is penumbral so appears shaded this time, not totally obscured

The full moon Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on Friday 16 September at 18h55 GMT in the water sign of Pisces brings with it the last of the winter snow and a few days of soaking rain for us here at home in the sunny south, although the north has not been spared that swamping feeling, as China and Taiwan currently recover from “Meranti” – its worst super typhoon in recent history (since the 1800’s), just hours before the full moon. Leaving 1.6 million homes without electricity overnight, many are feeling the soggy effects of this watery lunar peak experience, which begins at 16h55 GMT, peaks at 18h55 (20h55 RSA time) and ends at 20h55 GMT.

Super typhoon Meranti is the strongest storm to hit the planet this year, listed as category 5, with 3000kn/h winds…

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