Updating my site with new eclipse dates.
Jul 2, 2019 — Total Solar Eclipse
Dec 26, 2019 — Annular Solar Eclipse
Jun 21, 2020 — Annular Solar Eclipse
Dec 14, 2020 — Total Solar Eclipse
Jun 10, 2021 — Annular Solar Eclipse
Dec 4, 2021 — Total Solar Eclipse
Apr 20, 2023 — Total Solar Eclipse
Oct 14, 2023 — Annular Solar Eclipse
Apr 8, 2024 — Total Solar Eclipse
Oct 2, 2024 — Annular Solar Eclipse
Make sure you are doing wonderful and positive things on the eclipses so that your next 6 months (or to the next eclipse), your life will be happy and abundant in all areas of life.
An Annular eclipse is pretty special, but if you are used to seeing a Total Eclipse then an Annular feels like a great buildup and then the peak just doesn’t happen.
The key difference is that the Moon is further away from the Earth during an Annular as compared to a Total Eclipse. This gives the appearance of the Moon being smaller in the sky, and it no longer completely covers the Sun. Instead, a ‘ring of fire’ remains – the Sun still emits direct light. Even though the light is greatly reduced, it is still not possible to safely view with the naked eye. Filters must be used throughout. As a result, key features of the Total Solar Eclipse are missing.