Lunar Eclipse of July 5, 2020: The Thunder Moon

The lunar eclipse of July 5, 2020 It is very special, because it is the Thunder Moon that affects each sign of the Zodiac in a different way.

It is clear that the Moon has a great influence on human beings; if the tides depend on it, imagine how it affects you and all the beings that inhabit this planet.

A couple of weeks after the summer solstice, which occurs every year in the second half of June, there is another astrological phenomenon called Thunder Moon, which this year coincides with a penumbral eclipse.

What is the Thunder Moon?

Also called Buck Moon, it is so named because the native tribes of the United States associated it with the thunderstorm season typical of the beginning of summer in that territory.

What is a penumbral eclipse?

The Moon passes through the partial shadow of the Earth, remaining in penumbra, so the darkening of the natural satellite is not so noticeable.

How does the lunar eclipse of July 5, 2020 affect you according to your Zodiac sign?

The occurrence of a thunder moon eclipse will make all people, regardless of their sign, feel pessimistic and very nostalgic.

However, it has a specific incidence for each of the houses of the horoscope.

Capricorn, Leo, Libra and Cancer

They will feel frustrated and angry because things don’t go as planned; eye, they should open their eyes and see the opportunities instead of the problems.

Virgo, Gemini, Pisces and Sagittarius

For 3 days before and 3 days after this astrological conjunction, you will experience confusion in various aspects of life, so be very careful about misunderstandings.

Aries, Scorpio and Taurus

These three signs will touch the positive side of this astral energy, so they will experience a full and inexplicable joy that seems to spring from within.

Will this lunar eclipse of July 5, 2020 affect Aquarius?

It is the only zodiacal sign that will be immune to the influence of this astrological phenomenon.

East thunder moon eclipse It will occur in the early hours of this Sunday, July 5, and will be visible throughout the American continent, from Canada to southern Chile.

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