Every six months the dance between the Sun, Moon and the Earth causes two eclipses – the Solar and Lunar eclipse. The time is set for the pair of eclipses to begin again. On Saturday morning at 4:30am PDST, June 26, 2010 we will have a very powerful Lunar eclipse at 4° of Cancer (the Sun) and 4°Capricorn (the Moon). It will be followed on July 11, 2010 with a Solar Eclipse at 19° Cancer.
What happens during a Lunar Eclipse is that the Earth lies exactly between the Sun and Moon, which casts a shadow over the Moon. My view of eclipses in general is that they are ‘inertia changers.’