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Home » Other Astrological Information » Events / Festivals » Events 2006 » Partial Lunar Eclipse

Partial Lunar Eclipse

A partial Lunar Eclipse falls on September 7, 2006 Thursday in Bhadraprada Poornima. The eclipse affects the natives of Poorvabhadra, Visakha, Punarvasu, Satabhisham, Uttarabhadra and Revati. It also has its effects for the natives of Meena and Kumba Rasi natives.

The eclipse starts on September 7, 2006 night and morning of September 8, 2006. The eclipse can be best seen in from parts of Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Antarctica, Africa and Europe, British Isles and also visible in some parts of India particularly in the states of Orissa, Bihar, West Bengal and the Saurashtra region. The effect of the lunar eclipse may extend to one month and 16 days from the date of eclipse to October 24, 2006.

The Partial Lunar eclipse would occur on September 7th night and September 8th morning and during as under:

Eclipse begins at 23.35 hours
Maximum eclipse at 24.21 hours
Eclipse ends at 25.08 hours
Total time of duration: 01.33 hours

In September 2006 two eclipse occurs i.e., Lunar eclipse on September 7 and Solar eclipse on September 22, 2006. According to Brihat Samhita, if two eclipses take place in the same month, the apex leaders of the ruling party would be seriously affected and as a result of revolt in their own army and there would be bloody battles. While the movements of Earth come in between Ravi and Chandra. Full Moon is on or near Rahu and Ketu, Lunar eclipse takes place. If Moon is fully obscured, it is called total lunar eclipse. When such an event takes place, Sun, Earth and Moon would be more or less aligned in a strait line.

Due to both lunar and solar eclipses falling during the same month, there may be political unrest may arise. Due to conjunction of Uranus with Chandra may cause a notable change in the political areas and there is every prospect of contemplation of a mid term pool at the Centre. Expiry of one or two senior leaders and especially persons in science filed is on the cards. It is experienced that the eclipses affect the world and its inhabitants invariably adversely and it becomes incumbent on us to analyze the effects beforehand so that advance planning could be attempted.

Lunar eclipse affects mostly the matters concerning water, liquids and commodities like vegetables. The present lunar eclipse that occurs in Kumba Rasi may cause grief with problems like illness, loss of position, oils, suffering and misery to the people may also arise. There may be violent storms followed by heavy rains. As the lunar eclipse may extend to one month and 16days from the date of eclipse and with the benefic planets of Guru and Sukra, the negative effects will considerably subdued.

Natives of Kumba Lagna should not neglect even a small ailment and consult the doctor immediately. The natives are advised to not to indulge in water sports and in races, gambling etc., Those who undertake long journeys and especially to foreign countries should exercise more care and caution.

The possible remedial measures are that those of Karkataka rasi natives have to donate rice atleast of 1kg, half moon size silver item and two meters of while cloth to be donated. They are advised to perform Sarpasukta sahita Mahanyasa poorvaka Ekadasa Rudrabhishekam in Lord Shiva temple within 27 days from the date of eclipse.


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