Today Sunday the Moon continues to transit Leo and keeps the impact of retrograde planets Uranus, Neptune and the moon Pluto.
You’re off to the second half of September that gets very lively in all senses. It is necessary that you review your work schedule and your life regime to adapt your reality to the circumstances, since during these next few days events will be raised you will be forced to make quick decisions and firm.
On the other hand, your love life will be on a pitch receptive as you will immediately see who are those who are by your side when you most need it, and you’ll be able to debug your list to separate the fake friends from real friends.
The tone intuitive that you now have is very intense and at the same time the enthusiasm that you have to push ahead your plans is very high so take advantage of it!
To know more about it go right now in your horoscope, your sign, and you will discover many things that will astound you, at the same time you will cause much joy, do not stop.
The great solar eclipse of 21st August 2017 left surprised half the world, which followed her journey with great interest, fascination and dedication. In and of itself to witness one is appealing to the humanity, it would be even more to be the last that we would see during this year. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Millions of people witnessed throughout the united States, from the coast of Oregon to South Carolina, how was this phenomenon astrological, also had the characteristic of being the first eclipse to cross the whole territory of the united states in nearly 100 years. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
But since ancient times, as in pre-hispanic cultures and, before they know the real scientific reasons behind an eclipse, there were those who thought that these phenomena were signs of bad omen; threats of destruction and chaos throughout the Land. Photo: GettyImages | Univision
And, coincidentally, since then, and within a month of the eclipse of the sun, we have already suffered many natural disasters of tremendous magnitude that have left many people thinking about whether there is any relationship between them. Why have you spent so many wrong things in so few days? Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Just a few days after the solar eclipse, hurricane Harvey came to Texas on the 25th of August as the hurricane stronger and with more material damage that has hit the state, causing tremendous floods and devastation on whole cities as Houston and Galveston. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
The governor of Texas Rick Abbott declared the state of emergency for dozens of counties and millions of people had to evacuate their homes, taking refuge in shelters throughout the state. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
For when Harvey was downgraded to a tropical storm into Texas the last few days of August, the damage by dozens of cities and counties, because they were amazing. Until the moment it is estimated that killed 60 people and the losses are higher than 25 trillion dollars. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Not two weeks went to continue on the phenomena devastating. For the first time in history, three strong hurricanes formed in the Atlantic at the same time: Irma, Jose and Katia. Irma was the most destructive, reaching category 5, the first ending with the 95% of Antigua and Barbuda, before passing over Puerto Rico and Cuba. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
With winds of almost 200 miles per hour, the hurricane Irma flooded Cuba on the 9th of September, leaving thousands of families on the street. From Matanzas to Havana, waves up to nine meters high obliterated the flagship median and flooded the streets. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Images such as these of the people practically with the water above waist in full Havana old shocked the whole world. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
A woman contemplates how was destroyed the street and your home in Havana after the step of Irma, which left at least 10 dead on the island, before continuing your journey to Florida, who already was preparing since days back before the uncertain path of the hurricane. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Irma caused the mandatory evacuation of millions of people in Florida, and destroyed part of the Keys from that made landfall on September 10. Important avenues of downtown Miami, such as Brickell, were under water, with wind gusts of over 100 miles per hour. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Hurricane Katia, meanwhile, went to Mexico for the coasts of Veracruz and Tamaulipas. Despite being downgraded to a category 1, caused flooding and destruction of several cities of the country. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
But we must not forget the west coast of the united States, where we have seen the greatest fire that has attacked forests in California for several weeks, devastating towns and cities such as Burbank. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Also millions of people throughout California have been forced to evacuate their homes to escape the deadly flames, that have finished with more than 2 thousand hectares of land. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Until the time is written as two dozens of large fires, such as those of Helena and The prickly Pear, covering not only with flames, but the ashes and smoke areas as large as Sacramento. More than 10 thousand firefighters have worked in the area. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
And add to the long list of disasters, the hurricane of 8.1 degrees on the Richter scale that hit Mexico and Guatemala, being the most powerful in 100 years. Its effects were felt by dozens of states, causing evacuations at midnight up in the City of Mexico. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
The states most affected by the earthquake were Michoacán and Chiapas. To quote only one, the town of Juchitán in Michoacán was destroyed, with thousands of buildings in ruins. Until now, the mexican authorities confirmed the death of over 90 people, and there are still missing. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
But, what happens with so much natural disaster? Above all, as devastating and as constant. We repeat that it has not passed even a month since the eclipse, and so many tragedies have occurred. What is the solar eclipse that we had? Do you have any relationship? Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Well they say that everything is connected in the universe and the relationship that exists between the earth and the sun is essential for the human being. For this reason, countless ancient civilizations like the mayans or the aztecs, we paid a special worship to the Sun god, because they knew the influence they had in various aspects of our day-to-day. And that influence, does cause these disasters? Photo: Getty Images | Univision
The fact that the sun is hid, giving place to the darkness, was always for those cultures, a bad omen. A solar eclipse predicted natural disasters, such as earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, etc. Is it true then that the culprit is the solar eclipse? Photo: Getty Images | Univision
We have also as theory of the solar eclipse that was seen in China in July 2009, the longest that has been made in this century. Equally millions of people were captivated, and what was witnessed in other places like Nepal or Hong Kong. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
And just days after the passage of eclipse, a number of natural disasters fell on them. Areas where he spent the shadow of the eclipse were hit by earthquakes and typhoons, as tropical cyclone Morakot, which ended with several towns and villages of China and Taiwan. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
This typhoon caused in August of 2009 the worst of destruction, landslides and flooding all over the southeast China, as they had not seen in half a century, causing the death of more than 500 people and damage to millions and millions of dollars. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
A week later, on August 10, 2009, a tremor of magnitude 6.4 struck several areas of Japan, causing a hundred were injured and around 6-thousand buildings damaged. What another coincidence? Photo: Getty Images | Univision
The damage did not stop there, because less than two months later, the tragedy came to India. In October 2009, heavy rains caused devastating floods that destroyed with not tens, nor hundreds, but thousands of villages throughout the country. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
About 1,500 villages were totally or partially covered by water in the flooding, leaving more than a million and a half people homeless and causing the deaths of at least 240 individuals. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Even, there are those who believe that in the Bible there are also accounts of the devastating effect of an eclipse, pointing to neither more nor less than the day of the crucifixion of Jesus. In the year 33 there was an eclipse of the sun that could match up with this story, as in the gospel of St. Matthew it is said: “From noon until three in the afternoon, darkness covered the entire region.” Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Also in the gospel according to St. Luke it is said that the sun was eclipsed, and darkness covered the earth that day. San Marcos appointment which at that time was when Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “my god, my God, why have you forsaken me?”.
Even with the recent passage of the solar eclipse, there are those who saw a coincidence in the Bible. Within the book of Luke 21, verses 25 and 26, we read: “and there shall be signs in the sun, in the moon and in the stars; and on earth anguish will grip the people, frightened by the roaring of the sea and the waves; men will die of fear before this shock of the universe, for the forces of heaven they shall quake with violence.” Photo: Getty Images | Univision
There are stories in the time that added fuel to the fire, as the astrologer Geoffrey of Meaux, who predicted in 1345, an eclipse of more than three hours he would announce a plague tremendous. Three years later, the black death devastated all Europe. With all these precedents, what can you assume the effects of a solar eclipse? Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Can we conclude that a solar eclipse is a sign, a prophecy or anticipation of natural disasters through the area that happens? Outside of the historical belief of ancient civilizations and their omens of bad things, in reality it is only a matter of legends, and mere coincidences. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
There is No way to check on a scientific level that an eclipse is the one who bring all these natural disasters after its passage by the Earth. Despite the fear and the religious beliefs of the people, there is no way to demonstrate or prove at all that it is, so you have to save suspicion, and be quiet. Photo: Getty Images | Univision
Mostly because every year, all of the time, there are eclipses, whether of the moon or sun, full or partial. If so, every time one passed, we would be immersed in a constant devastation. Unfortunately, what happens in these moments is to reason of other things, like global warming, and not myths, ancient cultures, and even religions. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
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