October will be an unusual month by just about anyone's estimation, and one that will likely get you moving in a new direction. We have two eclipses coming up, the first, a total eclipse of the full moon in Aries 15 degrees on October 8, and the second, a friendly new moon solar eclipse in Scorpio 0 degrees on October 23, the latter being your centerpiece of the month for it falls in your sign. Eclipses always coincide with a new moon or full moon, two weeks apart, and fall five-and-a-half months apart. They arrive in a certain family of signs, and this month we have overlapping families - the first one, October 8, falls in the Aries-Libra family.
Any typical family of eclipses, like yours, the Taurus-Scorpio family, appear every five-and-a-half months and do this for 18 or 24 months. This month marks the end of the Taurus-Scorpio series with the appearance of the new moon solar eclipse October 23, so that after this, you can rest. Other signs will get their turns. Eclipses are famous for requiring adjustments, so think back to November 2012 when they first started, and where you are today. Because eclipses fall at different degrees, you would not feel every eclipse, only certain ones. The next series in Taurus-Scorpio won't be back again until November 2021 to May 2023. The Aries-Libra series (like the one eclipse this month on October 8) will continue through...
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