In my last post, I showed how the Moon created some interesting Astrology by aspecting a multitude of other planets and points. Afterward, I noticed some other alignments on their way. The amazing part of this is how the Moon is perfectly timed as if in tune with the others. For example, Monday, the First… Continue reading Moving through Beautiful Sky Geometry
Last night around midnight CDT, the First Quarter Moon passed through a very significant part of the Zodiac, simultaneously aspecting EIGHT planets and points forming a Grand Mutable Cross (the red square) and a Mystical Rectangle of Water and Earth (the blue rectangle). The only planet in a fixed sign is Uranus! Have a look:… Continue reading Oh What a Night!
Based on a response to yesterday's post, I decided to look at the election day charts. And that's when I found this gem. Compare the following two charts. This first chart is for shortly after 8 am in NYC: This second chart is for noon in San Francisco: In both charts, we have a Grand… Continue reading Election Day (USA) 2018
We’ve all seen a variation of this joke regarding how to fix anything: If only life were that simple. Well, this morning, I was thinking about transit Astrology, and I came up with another analogy. Life is like a road trip. In theory, we’re in the driver’s seat. When life is rolling along, we are… Continue reading Oil and Sand
The summer of 2018 is going to be a memorable season, Astrologically speaking. The exact center of summer is when the sun reaches 15o Leo and that occurs on August 7th. At that time, all four of the Gas Giants will be playing key roles within two trines: Jupiter will be applying trine to Neptune… Continue reading Summer of ‘18
The planets don’t move much in a day, but today’s chart looks very different than yesterday’s. [I didn’t catch the moon exactly opposite Uranus as shown in the chart below, but I was only a few minutes off.] Notice that the Libra moon now forms a warped Grand Cross with Venus, Pluto, and Uranus. The… Continue reading The Churning Seas
In yesterday's post, I focused on an image created primarily from four planets occupying 17 degrees of their respective signs. Mercury has already moved a full degree since then, but thanks to the moon, we have four planets at 17 degrees again. Yet look at how different the image appears: In this chart, we now… Continue reading One Day Later