Here we are; 20 days until Summer! The Partial Solar Eclipse in Gemini this year is, despite Gemini's reputation, the beginning of a stabilizing transition. This is not merely because of the eclipse. The stability is the culmination of a variety of astrological factors. This eclipse will be sharing "prime-time" with a new solar eclipse series that is making its debut on July 1, 2011. The older saros eclipses are partial eclipses that are gradually fading out of existence while the newbies are also partial as they begin their new journey through the saros series. This June solar eclipse is from saros 118, which originated May 24, 803.*** The complete article is available in the article section at http://www.lunarliving.org Summer is just around the corner, so to speak, and the next two solar eclipses will be setting the stage as to how much we will ultimately enjoy the season.