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Solar Eclipse- Finding where it lands in my chart
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018 - 7:44 am
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Ok I have been racking my brain this morning & figuring out how to find the solar eclipse in my chart just not clicking together. Can someone look at my chart and tell me where the solar eclipse lands? chart.png

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The 20° 42′ new moon partial eclipse in Cancer falls where that degree is in your chart, the posted chart is vague and does not show house degrees. Could be house 1, 2 or maybe 3. The partial eclipse is exact after the new moon @ 20°41′ Cancer begins.

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No wonder you’re having a hard time! The houses aren’t really shown in that picture.

I have your chart… I don’t realize. 20 degrees Cancer falls in your 2nd house… just barely.

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The Solar Eclipse lands in my 12th house, where Jupiter was retrograde.  But I have no family (abandoned infant, adopted by 3yrs old). 

What can this mean for me, “Commune with dead relatives”?  I have no relatives but my own children.  Any ideas?

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The Solar Eclipse lands in my 12th house, where Jupiter was retrograde.  But I have no family (abandoned infant, adopted by 3yrs old). 

What can this mean for me, “Commune with dead relatives”?  I have no relatives but my own children.  Any ideas?  

Maybe honor them or reflect upon how you are connected to them???? 🤔 

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Elsa said
No wonder you’re having a hard time! The houses aren’t really shown in that picture.
I have your chart… I don’t realize. 20 degrees Cancer falls in your 2nd house… just barely.  

Well that might explain it.. Thanks Elsa! 

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WinterMoon said
The 20° 42′ new moon partial eclipse in Cancer falls where that degree is in your chart, the posted chart is vague and does not show house degrees. Could be house 1, 2 or maybe 3. The partial eclipse is exact after the new moon @ 20°41′ Cancer begins.

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Thanks for the help!! 

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