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Eclipse and Super Blue Blood moon, 31.01.2018  (Irvin Calicut)

A cosmic phenomenon that influences emotions and desires will make a special appearance late on the evening of Jan. 20.

According to astrology, the super blood wolf full moon lunar eclipse can cause hidden feelings and raw urges to resurface especially in when tempted. For this reason Elle Magazine advises against joining a bar fight, a “casual” encounter with a former lover or dodgy Tinder date—that is unless one intends to resolve relationship woes through learning about love the hard way.

The full moon will appear in North American skies from as early as 10:36 p.m. EST on January 20 until 3:48 a.m. EST on Jan. 21. The eclipse is sometimes likened to humanity showing its darker side.

Since the eclipse will appear in the Leo zodiac star sign for the last time, astrologists believe this will lead to royal scheming and fighting that could manifest in Royal family members misbehaving or being exposed for abusing power. Eclipses have appeared in the Leo-Aquarius axis since Feb. 10, 2017.

Each eclipse tends to arrive in pairs, with each hitting opposite star signs at the same time for about two years. Apparently this cycle pushes and pulls people in totally different directions, dividing the privileged elite (Leo) and the common folk (Aquarius).

“Leo rules the monarchy, world leaders, luxury and performing arts. Aquarius governs activism, social media, collective uprisings and humanitarian efforts,” Elle said.

The magazine also said the best and worst have already appeared since Feb. 2017.

“Oligarchs, plutocrats and military dictators (Leo) conspired with Internet trolls and social media bots (Aquarius) to influence elections,” Elle said. “Simultaneously, an uprising of the masses (Aquarius) emboldened new political leaders to emerge and become the celebrities of 2019 (Leo), including lioness Meghan Markle whose marriage to Prince Harry was a political statement unto itself.”

Social media (Aquarius) has also become the loudest platform for political leaders (Leo).

“From Donald Trump’s frequent ‘tweetstorms’ to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Instagram story tours of the capitol,” Elle said. “Politically motivated art and theater had a boon; SNL tracked world events with satiric precision throughout this eclipse series, and it’s little coincidence that this final Leo lunar eclipse marks the two-year anniversary of the Women’s March on Washington, and worldwide that made history on Jan. 21, 2017 as the largest single-day protest in U.S. history.”