Jessica Adams has prepared your weekly astrological forecast for 15-21 July 2019. Discover what the stars have in store for you this week
The Astrologer’s Diary: 15-21 July 2019The Full Moon Lunar Eclipse takes place on Tuesday 16th July with the Sun at 24 Cancer opposite the Moon at 24 Capricorn. It occurs at 9.38 pm UT (Universal Time) so 10.38 pm in London. An eclipse is always a cover-up. It conceals, it never reveals. It will be months (or even years) before we look back at July 2019 and realise just how much we did not know – or could not see – at the time. Specifically, this will be about Cancer-ruled matters like property, families, land, homes and heritage. It will also be about Capricorn-ruled matters like Prime Ministers, Presidents, the police and the authorities. Two strong examples of cover-ups this week will be Brexit and the seizure of children at the American border. It may not be until 2020 that we know…how much we were never told. As a good basic rule, do not act or judge too decisively or dramatically on an eclipse. The American astrologer Debbie Kempton-Smith used to advise waiting a day either side, and I concur. Let Monday 15th, Tuesday 16th, Wednesday 17th July pass you by. Why? Because it’s like driving with the headlights off. An eclipse is neither negative nor positive, it just does what you would expect. It blots out what would normally be visible. If you are in London you are welcome to attend a talk (partly about eclipses), a Stonehenge pizza party and the launch of The Avebury and Stonehenge Astrology Podcast on Monday 15th July – from 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm at The Astrological Lodge, just near Baker Street. Special guests include my Sun Sign School colleagues, Natalie Delahaye, Debbie Frank and Penny Thornton, all of whom have served as royal astrologers, who also appear on the podcast. Details at the website.
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