Not only is the summer solstice occurring, but we'll also be undergoing the new moon solar eclipse on June 21 at exactly 12:47 a.m. ET. It won't be a total eclipse, though: There will still be some surface area of the sun peaking out from behind the moon, creating a stunning "ring of fire" effect. This event is even more important because it happens the same day as the summer solstice and the day the sun enters Cancer. Creating a turning point in human history, poised to accelerate social change.