“The hideous darkness agitated the hearts of men.”
On August 2, 1133 CE, a solar eclipse plunged England into daytime darkness for over four minutes – and King Henry I left for Normandy, never to return. Chaos and civil war followed.
Eclipses are one of the most feared events in ancient astrology, and for good reason: they often presage times of chaos, destruction and death. Yet they may also herald new life, for life and death flow into and from one another.
I’m excited to be doing another edition of my eclipse presentation, this time for the Vancouver / Fraser Valley Astrological Guild: Daytime Darkness – The Astrology of Eclipses. This is an online event so anyone can attend. It’s on Thursday, February 8, 2024 at 8:30pm MT.
In this presentation, I’ll review the astronomical basics of eclipses and how to spot them in an astrology chart. Then we’ll talk about how to interpret them in both mundane and natal astrology. I will also give some remediation techniques for eclipse season, which has been something I’ve written about on my blog and talked about in various podcasts as well.
I’m also going to do some chart readings for attendees, interpreting eclipses in their charts.
The time period around eclipses is often chaotic and malefic. Knowing about eclipses is half the battle, so come learn with me!
How to Sign Up
Visit the Vancouver / Fraser Valley Astrological Guild website to register for this event. The fee is $15 for non-members and you can pay through their site.
And in case you can’t join live, you can purchase a copy of my previous version of Daytime Darkness here.