Astro girl: Solar eclipse notes

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Lynn Thompson with Cathy Moe

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Cathy Moe and Lynn Thompson met auspiciously on the Garden Island of Kaua'i in February 2016 and eventually their schedules aligned to record together for an hour on March 1st.

During that review of Lynn's natal/birth chart, Cathy made several references to the solar eclipse of March 8-9 (depending where one lives on the planet), and so rather than choose, you will hear all of those segments, with a weave of ocean waves, which will make sense once you hear of the many references to water.

And yes, I know that it is now March 10, and why did I wait until now to share all of this with you? Because, dear and valued listener, the effects of this solar eclipse are only beginning, so hang on!

A seasoned and insightful astrologer, Cathy Moe has lived an amazingly eclectic life so far and continues to this day, writing a well-established astrology column and is delighted to continue learning as she adds to the over 5,000 clients with whom she has worked in many countries in the world. In this podcast you will hear more about her path, and her passion.

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