We all have the four cardinal signs reflected somewhere in our charts.
These eclipses have an unusual nature because each of them has the configuration of a grand cardinal cross.
This is due to the arrival of two important eclipses, first an emotional full-moon lunar eclipse in Libra on April 15 and then a new-moon solar eclipse in Taurus on April 29.
If your birthday falls on or close to these dates, your life will change dramatically.
But first, some background: Eclipses always fall on a new moon or full moon, and they always come in pairs, two weeks apart.
About 20% of readers will feel the eclipse one month to a day later, so in case that is you, you should watch May 14 and May 28, plus or minus four days, for news.
Being that astrologers deal with bell curves, I can also tell you that approximately 5% of readers will have already heard news of the April eclipses a month earlier, on March 14 and March 28 (and in each case, apply the plus-or-minus-four-days rule).
Cardinal signs are linked to the north, south, east, and west points on the compass, so they define direction.