Solar & Lunar Eclipses in Magic

Working magic during an eclipse is considered “advanced.”  This is certainly not because you have to have a certain “degree” or be “all powerful”!  It simply means that in order to understand the energy of an eclipse, you must understand the energy of time and the seasons.  You must also be able to raise and focus energy within a limited amount of time.

General Eclipse Information:

Some people may sense a time of stillness, or hesitation during an eclipse . . . like the tiny glitter of time before a pendulum swings back after having swung all the way in one direction. This is the essence of an eclipse, and is a similar sensation to that felt within a magic circle. Equinoxes provide us with a time “between the worlds,” or a window through which we can work magic.

Solar Eclipses:

Throughout the year, the sun waxes and wanes. At the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year, the sun is only visible for a few short hours. Days become longer and at the Spring or Vernal Equinox, day and night are equal. At the Summer Solstice, the sun is visible for the longest period of time (the longest day of the year). Days start to become shorter and at the Autumnal Equinox, day and night are equal again. Finally, as the sun wanes, we are at the Winter Solstice again.

During a solar eclipse, we experience what might be called a “micro year”…

To read the rest please click on this link: Eclipse Magic


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