Tomorrow’s (tonight’s) lunar eclipse heralded by California 5.7 EQ

Update, one hour later: And see last night’s bridge collapse on I-5, north of Seattle . . . P.S. I focus on “geophysical events,” in this post — and remember, your own body/mind is a geophysical production . . . Notice quakes, ruptures inside yourself breaking open the dam of denial, depression and repression into new, expanded realities . . .

As we prepare for the third and final eclipse of this spring season, May 25, 2013, 12:25 A.M. EDT, we watch for earthquakes and other geophysical events in concert with the recent (May 20th) exact Uranus/Pluto square (seven exact squares altogether between 2012 and 2015). Well, we got one, here in the U.S. One big one. So far. In northern California.

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And to put the California EQ in a larger context watch the video below.

Meanwhile, this final eclipse — eclipse lunar two 2013 — at 4°08 Sagittarius/Gemini, features a near exact square with Neptune at 5°20 Pisces. This feels good. This forces us to integrate right and left brains: Piscean love and compassion into the stretching opposition that spans Sagittarian perspective with Gemini information. That subtle, unifying, watery Neptune in Pisces placement (2011-2024) gifts us with its hidden spiritual blessing as we travel through the turbulent Uranus/Pluto era that both echoes and furthers the energies of the late ’60s when Uranus and Pluto made their last conjunction.

The eclipse also features a tight conjunction between Venus, Mercury and Jupiter between 19° – 22° Gemini, expanding our factoidial base at an exponential rate, whether we want it or not. An exhilarating ride, to say the least. And one in which, if we can relax and surf the ocean of consciousness, gifts us with immersion into the vast, unifying Love that both fills and fuels the universe in which we all live and move and have our being.

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