Bloody Moon & Total Lunar Eclipse Horoscopes
This second and final eclipse of the season brings a power surge and a plot twist. Happening on the same day as a Mercury cazimi (aka a conjunction between the messenger planet and the Sun), this eclipse has a truth-serum quality to it. Because it comes with a call for radical honesty, the best approach will be to practice candor with yourself first.
The first eclipse of the season occurred on October 25th, in Scorpio. Now it’s time for part two: a lunar eclipse in Taurus.
We’ve had two Taurus eclipses in this series so far — the first was on November 19th, 2021, and the second was on April 30th, 2022. That means we’re more than halfway through this journey. By now, each of us knows what these eclipses are dredging up in the Taurus areas of our lives. So what surfaces now probably won’t shock you — this is a story you’ve been living for nearly a year, after all. With one more eclipse in Taurus occurring on October 28th, 2023, this eclipse on November 8th will tick the three-quarter mark. We’re nearly there.
To learn what this means for you specifically, go to the Transits section of the CHANI app. If you have any short-term transits from the Sun or Moon around November 8th, or any long-term transits from Saturn or Uranus, the planet or point impacted will receive an extra surge of energy from this eclipse.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THIS LUNAR ECLIPSE IN TAURUS
The eclipse on November 8th is a lunar eclipse, which means it happens when the Moon is full. During a lunar eclipse, the Sun, Moon, and Earth line up in such a way that the Moon gets obscured by Earth’s shadow. These lunations are known to stir the deep waters of our emotions. They magnetize dreams and memories to the surface and seek closure. And this one is no exception.
Happening near the North Node, this particular eclipse also taps an insatiable hunger for expansion and growth. It makes us ravenous for the next chapter in our story, and leaves us craving more with each twist and turn. A word of caution: This endless thirst for what’s next can make it easy for us to miss when we’ve already arrived at (or passed) our destination. Write down your goals, so you can keep track of them. Take note when you accomplish an objective, no matter how small you perceive it. Then celebrate yourself generously. Granting yourself moments of gratification is as crucial to your progress as striving — and it’s a helpful antidote to North Node eclipses.