Yearly stargaze: What can you expect in the period of eclipse corridors, 2024

While doing the yearly stargaze, I found myself interested in the concept of celestial and eclipse influence on human behavior. While scientific evidence hasn’t established a link, some believe that periods like eclipses might hold significance. This belief proposes that these periods can affect well-being, mood, and even actions, potentially prompting individuals to undertake unforeseen choices.

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What is an eclipse corridor?

Eclipses are periods when one celestial body “blocks” the light emanating from another. So, during a solar eclipse, the Moon appears between the Earth and the Sun, and during a lunar eclipse, the Sun obscures the Moon. Depending on how much one disk covers the other, solar eclipses are divided into total, partial, annular, and hybrid. Lunar ones are full, partial, and penumbral.

Both types of eclipses occur at least twice a year. Moreover, this phenomenon is “paired”, with an interval of about two weeks. It is this interval, falling on the days between the lunar and solar eclipses, that is called the eclipse corridor. Astrologers attach great importance to this period – it is believed that the processes that are launched at this time subsequently influence people’s lives in one way or another for 18 years and 6 months. That is until the Moon and Sun return to the same degree and zodiac sign in which they were during the period of action of a particular corridor. And if at this time you “break the woods”, the chance to correct the situation will not present itself very soon.

The essence of the corridor is that it does not have clear time boundaries. That is, it is impossible to calculate exactly down to the day when its influence begins and when it ends. It is generally accepted that the influence of celestial processes is activated 2-3 days before the first eclipse, which opens the corridor and gradually fades away within a few days after the second eclipse, which “closes” the period.

For example, in 2023, the solar eclipse occurred on April 20, and the lunar eclipse on May 5. This means that the beginning of the corridor can be considered April 17-18, and the end – May 7-8.

What happens during the eclipse corridor

The Sun and Moon are energetically strong celestial bodies, and during eclipses, they actively interact with each other. The processes occurring at this moment are so powerful that they cannot pass without leaving a trace not only for humans but also for all life on Earth.

Thus, periods of solar eclipses are marked by changes and transformations, but at the same time, there is some ambiguity, vagueness, and fog. Lunar eclipses with the same force sharpen intuition and awaken feelings and secret desires, allowing you to comprehend and understand them. And in the interval between these events, there is a certain imbalance and tension. A person becomes vulnerable both physically and spiritually, but at the same time, there are many more chances to change his life, turning it in a different direction. However, I would like to warn you that when taking any important steps these days, you should remember that there will most likely not be a way back and the opportunity to return everything to the way it was.

Sometimes eclipse corridors are called a period of retribution or a period of reckoning. It is at this time that past mistakes and ugly deeds, which a person may have forgotten, can remind themselves of themselves. But the universe does not forget anything, and in the interval between eclipses, it can force you to pay old bills.

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Who is affected by the eclipse corridor?

An astrological phenomenon such as a corridor or an eclipse itself affects any person. But it is still generally accepted that those who were born under the zodiac sign in whose constellation the Moon was located on the day of the solar/lunar eclipse are subject to the greatest influence.

Thus, in 2023, the spring corridor opened with a solar eclipse that occurred on April 20. On this date, the Moon was in the constellations Aries and Taurus. And the period closed on May 5, when Scorpio dominated. Therefore, people born under these signs experienced the influence of the corridor to a greater extent than others.

What you can and cannot do during solar eclipses

It is worth noting that the position of celestial bodies in itself does not provoke positive and negative events. Everything good or bad in his life is created by the person himself, and only incorrect behavior in a specific astrological period leads to unpleasant consequences. Therefore, it is important to know not only what date the corridor begins and what day it will last, but also what you can and cannot do during this time.

In order not to harm yourself, you need to refrain from making rash, impulsive decisions, following the lead and momentary impulses. The energies of celestial bodies are strong and can be both creative and destructive. While the corridor lasts, it is better not to take any serious steps that could have a significant impact on your future life. The likelihood of an error during this period is too great, and the possibility of correcting everything is illusory and doubtful.

Let’s look at examples of what changes and steps in this or that area of ​​life should not be taken in the interval between eclipses.


  • operations;
  • taking new medications;
  • change of attending physician;
  • correction of disease therapy, cancellation of a previously chosen treatment regimen;
  • carrying out previously untested procedures, including cosmetic ones.

Finance and property:

  • processing and repayment of loans;
  • real estate purchase and sale transactions;
  • signing deeds of gift, drawing up wills;
  • acceptance of inheritance or refusal of it;
  • resolving financial or property disputes in court.
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Work and career:

  • conclusion of employment contracts;
  • dismissal;
  • start of new projects;
  • taking on a new position;
  • resolving issues regarding salary increases.

Love and Relationships:

  • marriage proposals;
  • engagements and applying with the registry office;
  • divorces and leaving the family;
  • any changes to the previous status, including the beginning of cohabitation.

In other words, you should not do things that require large amounts of energy, or those that could result in significant changes. You should also avoid important conversations and rash promises.

While the eclipse corridor lasts, it is important to adhere to the following rules:

  • control emotions, both positive and negative, try to stay in an even, calm mood;
  • monitor thoughts, desires, and feelings, and analyze them;
  • if possible, do not make decisions quickly but give yourself time to collect information and carefully weigh everything.

If you behave correctly during this period, you will be able to understand yourself, feel your desires and needs, discern the hidden potential in yourself, understand what is important, and not make mistakes.

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First eclipse corridor of 2024

The first corridor in 2024 falls in the spring months. It will be opened by a lunar eclipse and closed by a solar eclipse.

Solar eclipse April 8, 2024

The solar eclipse on April 8th will be total and last 4 minutes 28 seconds. Residents of the Central regions of the United States, Eastern Canada, and Mexico will be able to watch it. In North America, the overlap of the solar disk by the Moon is partial, and the eclipse will be observed as a partial eclipse.

Lunar eclipse March 25, 2024

The lunar eclipse on March 25th, 2024, is classified as penumbral. The phenomenon will be seen in western Africa, the southern and eastern regions of North America, and Western Europe.

Midpoints of eclipses in 2024

Midpoints are dates between two eclipses, equidistant from them. In the first half of the year, they fall on the following days:

  • January 4th, 11th and 18th;
  • April 1st;
  • June 21st and 29th.

These dates are also unfavorable for changes, making important decisions, and starting new projects.

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Second Eclipse Corridor 2024

The second eclipse corridor will occur in the fall and will last from the second half of September to early October. It will open with a lunar eclipse and close with a solar eclipse.

Solar eclipse October 2nd, 2024

The solar eclipse on October 2nd, 2024 is classified as an annular eclipse and will last 7 minutes 25 seconds. Residents of Argentina and the southern regions of Chile will be able to see this phenomenon. In the southern lands of South America and from adjacent areas of the Pacific waters, the eclipse will be viewed as a partial eclipse.

Lunar eclipse September 18th, 2024

The lunar eclipse on September 18th, 2024 will be partial. Residents of Australia and the United States, the eastern regions of Asia, the western regions of Europe, and the African continent will be able to observe this phenomenon.

This is interesting. None of the solar eclipses that will occur in 2024 can be seen on the territory of the Russian Federation. The nearest date of such a phenomenon that residents of Russia (only its northern regions) will be able to observe is March 25, 2025.

Midpoints of eclipses in 2024

The midpoints in the second half of 2024 will be the following dates:

  • July 6th;
  • September 25th;
  • December 15th, 23rd and 30th.

It is important to remember that not only the indicated numbers are unfavorable for important decisions and fateful steps, but also 2-3 days before and after.

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