Is everyone ready for the new moon and eclipse tomorrow? Here's something I stole from THOHTWAVES. It's by Maya del Mar:
"FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22. Todays second New Moon in Virgo is a Solar Eclipse. New Moon itself at 30 Virgo occurs at 7:45 a.m. EDT. This is an annular eclipse, which means that the Moon does not quite cover the entire Sun. A ring of light is visible around the darkened Moon. The Eclipse path runs down the southern central Atlantic Ocean. A partial eclipse will be visible throughout most of South America, and western Africa.
This is a South Nodal Eclipse, which indicates a release of the past. It is at the end of a sign, which also shows endings. As a capper, Sun and Moon square Pluto, which by itself can cut things off, often dramatically.
It is surely time for a new chapter, and Autumnal Equinox tonight-tomorrow will open a new season, a season when we focus on balance." -Maya del Mar
The autopilot gets shut off tomorrow morning. Is everyone ready to take their plane in for a landing? Tomorrow is a very important day. If we can keep our wings balanced we can set our plane down in a most wondrous place. Be sure to bless the day when you wake up in the morning. (And make an effort to connect with the moon.)
The time has come.