A quick review of previous observations:
The May 20, 2012 solar eclipse chart for NYC has the location-specific Ascendant at 26 Scorpio, and the transiting North Node of the Moon (manifest destiny) is now at 26 Scorpio. Neptune stationing in square to the 0.21 Gemini eclipse degree on Nov. 11, 2012, is a trigger for the activation of latent power of the eclipse.
If we set up a tri-wheel with the Saros 128 parent eclipse; the May 20, 2012 eclipse; and the Full Moon of Oct. 29, 2012, we find some amazing connections that show the potential viability of the Saros for mundane forecasting.
Firstly, note the May 20 solar eclipse Midheaven(10.15 Virgo)-0-Mars(10.38 Virgo) in NYC is conjunct the Saros 128 parent eclipse degree(10Virgo59)! This is a remarkable 'hit' and only possible near 74 west longitude. Furthermore, the Aug. 29, 984 eclipse Midheaven in NYC = 6.58 Taurus = Oct. 29, 2012 Full Moon at 6.47 Taurus. In other words, the Full Moon that peaked as Sandy made landfall was tightly aligned with the Midheaven of the Aug. 29, 984 eclipse that birthed Saros 128. This is another remarkable 'location-specific' contact.
In general a solar eclipse will tend to cast a shadow in the house with Sun-ruled Leo on the cusp, and the parent eclipse of Saros 128 has a Leo Ascendant in the US Northeast- afflicting this geographic region in particular.
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