LIVE THROUGH THIS: The End of the Tripleclipse and What To Do About It

Don’t worry, it’s not like the earth is going to pour forth with scorpions and snakes and dragons and other dark creatures.

Jul 1, 2011 at 1:02pm | Leave a comment

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Here we are, at the end of the Tripleclipse (that’s shorthand for “triple eclipse,” which I made up—like it?—and refers to the three eclipses we’ve had in the last month, which is nutso), and also the pinnacle. We had a super long full lunar eclipse two weeks ago, and before that was a new moon solar eclipse. Today we’re experiencing another of the latter. Twice in one 31-day cycle. The new moon is in Cancer, and we know all about them Cancers. Intense.

Don’t worry, it’s not like the earth is going to pour forth with scorpions and snakes and dragons and other dark creatures. It is a time of high sensitivity and vulnerability, not just today but a few days surrounding right now. You might be feeling a bit negative, shifty, crabby, ready to lash out at whomever is seriously NOT appreciating you right now, or to run away. Stay put, and try not to spaz. You’re fine.

Moreover, pay attention to what you’re starting and what seems clear and new. And if it seems like you’re getting a Big Message by way of what feels like karma, for crying out loud, please listen. It’d be nice to not lose a finger lighting off fireworks, metaphorically or literally speaking.

The good news is that this signals the end of one intense period. (Although let’s be honest: astrology is always looking for a reason to be intense.) It’s gonna be crazers, with all the fireworks and bacchanalia. Friends, hold tight. Put some black tourmaline in your pocket (or bra) to ground you and absorb negative energy, and also toss in some rose quartz for self-love and compassion.

And let us know how it goes.