The effects of lunar eclipse of 4th june 2012 for all astrology sun signs in English by Acharya Anuj Jain.
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The effects of lunar eclipse of 4th june 2012 for all astrology sun signs in English by Acharya Anuj Jain.

New Delhi : India | Jun 03, 2012 at 11:10 PM PDT
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Lunar eclipse best viewed from Pacific region

Monday will see the first partial lunar eclipse of the year, when Earth slides between the Moon and the Sun, casting a grey shadow over its satellite.

The event runs from 0848 to 1318 GMT (6.48pm to 11.18pm AEST), according to NASA expert Fred Espenak.

At the greatest point of the eclipse (9.03pm AEST), the southern part of the Moon will seem as if a small bite has been taken out of it.

Weather permitting, most of Australia, all of New Zealand, the nations of the South Pacific and Papua New Guinea will see all of the eclipse, and Southeast Asia, Eastern China, Japan and Korea will get most of it. It will not be visible in Europe or Africa, but people in western North America and Mexico will see it at the end stages when the moon sets. On Tuesday, North America will get to see the early stage of the Transit of Venus, one of the most eagerly awaited events in the astronomical calendar. It occurs when Venus passes between Earth and the Sun, appearing under magnification as a small black dot that trots across the solar face. The next transit will not take place until 2117. Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific, Japan and Korea, as well as most of China and much of Southeast Asia, will be able to see the entire transit, lasting six hours, 40 minutes, on Wednesday morning. South Asia, the Middle East and Europe will get the end part, when they enter sunrise on Wednesday... Lunar Eclipse 4 June 2012

On 4 June 2012, there will be a partial lunar eclipse. The Moon will be in 14*13’ Sagittarius, opposing the Sun in 14*13’ Gemini. The eclipsed Moon and the Sun will be forming a square to Mars in Virgo and to the Arabic Part of Fortune in Pisces. Furthermore, retrograde Venus will be combust.

Lunar Eclipse is more dangerous or pernitious which shall be in the Horoscope or Ascendant of the birth; or which shall be in the degree Ascending in an Annuall Revolution: it portends unto the Native some ominous and mischievous action as unto his body and also in his vital substance.”

And further on: “… who had in the Radix of his Nativity either the Sun or the Moon in that degree, or in the degree opposite … or in the like degrees … which signs are in Quadrate aspects to the former, or if the degree Culminating in any man’s Nativity was either [the degree of the eclipse or its opposite or square] or within one degree therof, the native did suffer more or less by the influence of this Eclips; according to the signification of the House of Heaven, wherein the Sun or the Moon was in at the Birth, and was either well fortified or aspected of the benevolent Planets, or ill aspected, or afflicted of the Malevolents.”
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