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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Below are the recent eclipses in your sign and Cancer since 2018. Note which ones marked a big event for you. If your birthday is listed, or within five days of the date, you would likely have felt that eclipse.
July 12, 2018, in Cancer, 21 degrees, a solar eclipse that affected those born January 12.
January 5, 2019, Capricorn, 15 degrees, a solar eclipse.
July 2, 2019, Cancer, 11 degrees, solar eclipse, that affected those born January 2.
July 16, 2019, Cancer, 24 degrees, lunar eclipse, that affected those born January 15.
December 24-25, 2019, Capricorn, 4 degrees, a solar eclipse.
January 10, 2020, Capricorn, 20 degrees, a full moon lunar eclipse.
June 21, 2020, Cancer, 0 degrees, solar eclipse, affecting those born December 21.
July 4-5 in Capricorn, 14 degrees, full moon lunar eclipse. This eclipse will mainly affect those born within five days of January 4, and I will discuss it more in a moment.
When you look over this list, I almost guarantee one or two dates will stand out for you. As you see, they fall in different degrees. The way you can know if an eclipse will affect you is if the mathematical degrees of that eclipse match those of your birthday Sun or one of the planets in your natal chart.
Here is an important point: Sometimes an eclipse will affect you one month to the day earlier or one month to the day later. So, for example, the July 4-5 eclipse may have already affected you deeply on June 5 or will later on August 5. (June 5 was an eclipse in Sagittarius, so you may have felt that one for other reasons found in your chart.)