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Blast from the Past: Feb. 26 Solar Eclipse in Pisces

Here is your special report for the new moon solar eclipse in Pisces on Feb. 26 (broken down by sign):

Not all new beginnings are a clean slate. Sometimes they come with lots of baggage and lots of difficult and confusing emotions from the past.

But that is okay, because out of some of the most distressing circumstances, something better and more beautiful can arise from the ashes.

Expect that this week.

As we approach this new moon solar eclipse in Pisces, something will emerge from the depths that will encourage us to change the course of our life in a new and different direction — and to completely re-wire who we are on the inside. Let it happen, and try not to get lost in difficult, aggressive, or oppressive thought processes. 

There could be some unexpected actions throughout the next few days from yourself or others, as you act to break free of the things that no longer serve you and make moves to see the world, and the circumstances of your life, in new and different ways.

Have everyone’s highest good in mind, and do what you need to move forward and not get stuck. But be patient with others as all the details come to light. Because some of these issues are so old and time-worn, the communication about what’s been going on all this time, may not entirely make sense. And may not flow as smoothly as you would like.

Don’t expect it to right off the bat. You have 6 months until the full moon in Pisces on Sept. 6 to fully make sense of it all, anyways.

In the meantime, learn to see things in new ways and get an entirely new perspective on your past that is much, much more gracious and forgiving. 

What happened, happened… because you needed it to get to where you are now. It was not a punishment from a vengeful God, universe, or person. It was a great, great gift to bring you to higher levels of compassion, understanding, and success! Let go of what was… and allow yourself to finally move into what will be.

That will become more and more clear with time.

For the poetic souls, I filmed a second version of this special report to give more insight into what is going on this week.

Watch that version below.

In this version, I read an excerpt from "Thus Spake Zarathustra" by Friedrich Nietzsche. The text, taken from a chapter called "On Redemption," is below.

I walk among men as among fragments of the future, of the future which I scan.
And it is all my art and aim to compose into one and bring together what is fragment and riddle and dreadful chance.
And how could I endure to be a man, if man were not also poet, and reader of riddles, and redeemer of chance.
To redeem the past, and to transform every "It was" into an "I wanted it thus." That alone do I call redemption.
Will — that is what the liberator and bringer of joy is called, thus I have taught you, my friends. But now, learn this as well: the will itself is still a prisoner.
Willing liberates — but what is it that fastens and fetters even the liberator?
"It was." That is what the will's teeth-gnashing and most lonely affliction is called. Powerless against that which has been done, the will is an angry spectator of all things past.
The will cannot will backwards. That it cannot break time and time's desire — that is the will's most lonely affliction.
It is sullenly wrathful that time does not run back. "That which was" — that is what the stone it cannot roll away is called.
Out of wrath and ill-temper, the will rolls stones and takes revenge. Thus the will, the liberator, becomes a malefactor. It takes revenge for its inability to go backward.
But you, my brothers, know this fable-song of madness!
I led you away when I taught you: "The will is a creator."
All "It was" is a fragment, a riddle, a dreadful chance — until the creative will says to it: "But I willed it thus."
Until the creative will says to it: "But I will it thus! Thus shall I will it!"
But has it ever spoken thus? And when will this take place? Has the will been unharnessed from its own folly?
Has the will become its own redeemer and bringer of joy? Has it unlearned the spirit of revenge and all teeth-gnashing?
And who has taught it to be reconciled with time, and something higher than all reconciliation?
The will which is the Will to Power must will something higher than any reconciliation.
But how shall that happen? Who has taught it to will backwards, too?