The Moon is New in Capricorn on December 26, 2019, at 12:13 AM EST. This lunation is an Annular Solar Eclipse. Where does the New Moon fall by house in your
The Moon is New in Capricorn on December 26, 2019, at 12:13 AM EST. This lunation is an Annular Solar Eclipse.
Where does the New Moon fall by house in your natal chart? Read more here. Read more about eclipses here. See all 2019 Eclipse charts. Or, see the Astrology of 2019 for more astrological details of the year.
A Solar Eclipse occurs on Thursday, December 26, 2019, at 4 degrees and 7 minutes of Capricorn. Its effects can be felt up to six months after the actual date of the eclipse. In the Saturn-ruled sign of Capricorn, public life, career, reputation, achievement, and accountability are a strong focus. This eclipse is about new beginnings regarding all of these matters.
This is a time for setting practical, attainable goals; working on developing maturity and common sense in the personality; considering the future, and preparing for it; focusing on concrete ways of developing self- discipline and self-mastery; finding ways to give satisfying form to wishes; making commitments and recognizing responsibilities; accepting that we are limited, and that, ironically, some of our limitations truly free us to explore deeper dimensions of experience by offering us a secure foundation, and nurturing our dreams in a realistic fashion.
Capricorn teaches us that recognizing our limitations actually frees us to focus on what matters, where we are, who we are, and where we want to go. With the potent Capricorn energy of the Solar Eclipse, we have the chance to make important changes in our lives that will benefit us well beyond this Moon cycle. For some of us, circumstances are such that we need to pay more attention to these matters. Flaws in an important system in our lives are revealed around the time of the eclipse, prompting us to redo or to start fresh. Something ends in order for something else to start anew. We may be called to give up something in order to move forward into a new chapter in our lives. Although the “new” may be unrecognizable, it is important to allow the necessary surrender to the unknown.
The eclipse point itself is aligned with Jupiter and forms a harmonious trine to Uranus, and there can be a real sense of excitement, progress, growth, improvement, relief, and release along with our new beginnings now.
Major developments in the personal areas ruled by Capricorn in our charts are likely to occur over the course of the next 3-6 months. However, because this is part of a series of eclipses falling in Cancer-Capricorn, we can extend this range further. The first eclipse falling along this axis happened in July 2018, and the last one will occur in July 2020. Previous times eclipses occurred along this axis were July 2009-January 2011, July 2000-June 2002, July 1990-December 1992, and July 1981-June 1983. Read more about eclipses here.
(Thursday) 12:13 am EST