Preparing for November 2022 Total Lunar Eclipse
The upcoming total lunar eclipse of the Beaver Moon occurs on 7th - 8th November. This second total lunar eclipse of 2022 is visible from Asia, Australia, North America, parts of northern and eastern Europe, and most of South America.
Preparing for May 2022 Lunar Eclipse
The upcoming total lunar eclipse on 15 - 16 May of the Flower Moon (starting at 8:29pm on 15th May on the West coast of United States) will be visible in the entire Americas, Africa, and Western Europe.
Preparing for November 2021 Lunar Eclipse
The upcoming “almost” total lunar eclipse of the Micro Beaver Full Moon on 18-19 November (starting at 10:02pm of 18th November on the West coast of United States) will be visible in its entirety in northern east Asia and most of North America. Lasting 3 hours 28 minutes and 23 seconds, it will also be the longest eclipse this century and the longest in...
Preparing for June 2021 Solar Eclipse
The upcoming solar eclipse will have its annular phase visible from parts of Russia, Greenland, and northern Canada. Those in Northern Asia, Europe, and in the North-eastern parts of the United States, including the Midwest, will see a partial eclipse.
Preparing for May 2021 Lunar Eclipse
The upcoming total lunar eclipse on 26th May coincides with the Super Full Flower Moon, creating a Blood Moon where the moon will turn a reddish shade for approximately 14 minutes. The eclipse will be visible in Australia, parts of the western US, western South America, or in South-East Asia.
Trinity of Summer Eclipses in 2020
The upcoming lunar eclipses on the 5th/6th June and 4th/5th July are penumbral and hence deemed minor. However, they sandwich an annular solar eclipse on 20th/21st June on the summer solstice. Whereas eclipses and their effects have been either closely followed or studied by many traditions and cultures, meditators patiently wait for such moments to come forth. This is because the depth and power...
Once in a Lifetime Total Solar Eclipse
Eclipses and their effects have been feared by some traditions and cultures, but meditators patiently wait for such moments to come forth. This is because the depth and power of meditation increases manifold during an eclipse.