On April 25 2013, there will be a partial Lunar Eclipse. Always, on the dark moon following a lunar eclipse, there is a Solar Eclipse. That one is scheduled for the full moon on May 10. The Lunar Eclipse will be visible in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. The Solar Eclipse will be visible in Australia, New Zealand and the Central Pacific.
During a Lunar Eclipse, the Moon passes through the shadow of the Earth. In other words, the Earth passes between Sun and Moon, casting a shadow on the moon.
During a Solar Eclipse, the Moon passes between Sun and Earth blocking the light of the Sun.
Astrologers describe eclipses as times when either something which has been hidden will suddenly be revealed and/or something we perceive as stable will be eclipsed out of our lives.
Both Dark and Full Moon phases are powerful in their own right, but…
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