On Sunday, 20 May, we will be having an Annular Solar Eclipse.
May 20th’s New Moon joins with the south lunar node, engendering the first annular eclipse in 18 years — an eclipse that appears to have a “ring of light’ around the Sun. The eclipse starts in southern China, passes through Japan and ends in the western US. In other parts of the world in daylight, the Moon will partially cover the Sun. The eclipse starts on May 20th at 8:56pm UT (Universal Time) and ends on May 21st at 2:49am UT.
Since the dawn of time, there are few astronomical phenomena that are as exciting to the human mind as an eclipse. In Karmic astrology, the lunar nodes are seen as the connections or invisible threads between the Soul and its numerous past lives.
In working with the energies surges of an Eclipse, some caution should be observed. Keep in mind that an eclipse is always a planetary cleansing process on a major scale, as well as an opportunity for a heavy duty Karma clearance on a personal level.