¡Total solar Eclipse! Today, Monday, is happening the long-awaited total eclipse of the Sun in the sign of Leo, a cosmic event that will impact us all.
It does not matter that where you live does not see, the effect planetary is general and will impact everyone in general.
There is No need to be frightened, on the contrary, it is an event to reflect, a day in which you should not take decisions of any kind, whether sentimental, professional or economic position that your level of impresionabilidad is very high and you could confuse the signals that you receive from others.
For several minutes there will be a wave energy very strong on the planet and many will have a crisis of anxiety or distress as if they feared that something serious is going to happen. Stay calm!
It is a temporary sensation that will disappear as soon as it arises, in a few minutes, but you will reflect and help you to get more in touch with your inner self and what you want for yourself and those you love.
All this so you can better understand by consulting your daily horoscope so you can effectively apply these energies into your daily life and your sign in particular.
An eclipse, whether of sun or moon, is a magnificent spectacle that we currently enjoy (with proper precautions, such as not to see the Sun directly), but in ancient times was a source not only of confusion, but desperation and sheer terror within various cultures, those who could not understand what was going on in the sky. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Just imagine yourself hundreds of years ago, without the scientific certainty, as impressive as it was for humanity that the Sun were to disappear suddenly. There was awe to the degree that it was thought to signal the end of the world and thousands of people even suicidaban. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
It was not until the period of the Scientific Revolution European of the SIXTEENTH and SEVENTEENTH centuries that the scientific explanations of the movement of the Earth, the sun and the moon began to give explanations authentic of eclipses and alleviate some of these fears… then at least in Europe. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Some cultures believed that solar eclipses were due to mystical animals ferocious, which devoured the Sun. For example, the vikings claimed to see wolves fighting by capturing the Sun in the sky. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
The incas, for its part, seemed to believe that a jaguar had swallowed the Moon to cause a lunar eclipse. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
For the náhuatls, the eclipse of the sun is due to the fact that the jaguars drifted through the darkness to eat the sun. In Nahuatl it is called the eclipse Tonatiuh Cualo, which means “when the sun is eaten.” Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Although the maya were able to predict with accuracy each eclipse, paradoxically believed that it was the moon who was attempting to devour the sun, their supreme God. Interpreted as a symbol of struggle between the two stars, and supposed they announced a war next. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
In China, the tradition recited that an eclipse occurred when a dragon tried to devour the light of the sun to send a message to the human. The inhabitants responded with drums and shouting to frighten the beast. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
For its part, in Vietnam they thought it was a toad that ate the Sun, the Moon, generating the two types of eclipses. Photo: Istock | Univision
In India and Thailand, the demon Rahu was disguised to try an elixir that could give immortality. However, the Sun and the Moon discovered it and told him the god Vishnu, who punished the demon, cutting off the head. Since then, his head wanders through the sky, trying to capture the two stars that snitching and, when you get to “eating”, it causes the eclipses. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Also cultures such as the egyptians and the persians took advantage of the eclipses for which the dominant classes could impose upon entire peoples who thought the Sun “had gone”. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
The ancient babylonians also had an understanding of mathematics sufficiently advanced to predict eclipses, but still viewed them as bad omens for his kingship. They put a commoner on the throne during an eclipse by if some of the “facts dark” fell about the king, they were on the king’s fake in place of the other. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Interestingly, after the eclipse, the monarch imposter was “rewarded” for their service to be killed, just to make sure that any bad vibe caused by the eclipse to die along with him. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
An old myth German stated that the Moon, represented as a man of cold and loose, ignored the passions of the Sun, which is female, for most of the day, with the exception of some meetings during the eclipse, when they had their romantic encounters. However, they were fighting, and that’s why the Sun came back to shine. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
In west Africa, some cultures also gave the eclipse sexual connotations. The solar eclipse was seen as an appointment of poaching and casual between them, but with the Sun masculine and the Moon feminine, the lights go out momentarily “for modesty”. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Some cultures of aboriginal australians supposedly believed that the eclipse was caused by another tribe who dwelt in the Moon itself. It was a village that was sick and angry with the Earth, and that sparked her bad mood in the australian aborigines during the eclipse. Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
A curious account of an eclipse was in 1560, when one caused a panic among a French village. As they were tied to the end of the world, the people decided to go to church to confess their sins. It was so much the people that there were riots and fighting for first with the priests. Desperate, the priest made an important announcement to the community: “It has taken the decision to postpone the eclipse for two weeks.” What a such! Photo: Shutterstock | Univision
Of course, now mankind knows both of these phenomena, that all these old myths and beliefs are things of the past. Imagine if they had announced the end of the world… all so long ago that it was finished! Photo: Getty | Univision
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