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Are eclipses always conjunct transiting nodes?

Hi, i was looking at some issues about the Taurus Lunar eclipse in november 2021 (since it is conjunct natal Jupiter within my chart) and realized it is conjunct (or very close to a conjunction with) transit North node (at the very starting degrees of.Gemini). So i wonder if this happens with all eclipses (or at least lunar ones); is this always happening like in this occassion?
Another question i would do is about lunar eclipse conj.natal Jupiter: what are the features of it generally? (Btw, Jupiter is the only singleton in my chart-planet in earth sign, and is conjunct Lilith)(?).
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Re: Are eclipses always conjunct transiting nodes?

A quick look at the last lunar eclipse on Dec 14 at 27 Sag, the lunar nodes were at 19 Sag, so I don't think a lunar eclipse necessarily conjuncts the lunar nodes. I think the nodes are close by when eclipses occur and may happen to conjunct the eclipse at times.
I would be interested to hear comments from those who study eclipses more closely?

And eclipse on your natal Jupiter would highlight Jupiter's expression in your chart probably during in a window of three month before to three months after the conjunction perfects. It would clearly have new moon overtones, and the way it would manifest would depend upon the unique configuration that Jupiter makes in your natal, with consideration of relevant transits and progressions.

You may get more specific responses about the effect of the eclipse on Jupiter by posting your natal chart.

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Hi, i was looking at some issues about the Taurus Lunar eclipse in november 2021 (since it is conjunct natal Jupiter within my chart) and


realized it is conjunct (or very close to a conjunction with) transit North node

(at the very starting degrees of.Gemini).
So i wonder if this happens with all eclipses
(or at least lunar ones);
is this always happening like in this occassion?

Another question i would do is about lunar eclipse conj.natal Jupiter: what are the features of it generally? (Btw, Jupiter is the only singleton in my chart-planet in earth sign, and is conjunct Lilith)(?).
Thanks in advance.
A lunar node
is the point where, in its monthly orbit of Earth
the moon's orbit intersects that plane.

An eclipse is when
– from Earth's perspective
– the sun is close enough to a lunar node
to allow an eclipse to take place.

If the sun is close to a lunar node at full moon, we see a lunar eclipse.









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Re: Are eclipses always conjunct transiting nodes?

Thank you for this, JA. Just what I was looking for and very helpful.



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A lunar node
is the point where, in its monthly orbit of Earth
the moon's orbit intersects that plane.

An eclipse is when
– from Earth's perspective
– the sun is close enough to a lunar node
to allow an eclipse to take place.

If the sun is close to a lunar node at full moon, we see a lunar eclipse.









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Thank you for this, JA.
Just what I was looking for and very helpful.
no problem at all - happy to be of use
a visual illustration overwritten with clear explanation
is so much easier to convey


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Re: Are eclipses always conjunct transiting nodes?

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Re: Are eclipses always conjunct transiting nodes?

Eclipses and lunar nodes are usually close in terms of degrees of separation, but they can be in different signs and houses.
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