When you look up at the sun today, keep in mind that Venus is hovering right next to it, though you cannot see her. At 2:21 pm CDT, she will make her closest pass as that is the moment of peak conjunction. The moon, also invisible at this time, hovers near by and is not… Continue reading 4400
At 10:32 am CDT today, Venus enters Leo—a sign she won’t leave for good until October 8th. Between now and then, she’ll conjunct Jupiter three times, most conspicuously on July 1st. Venus will dip her toes into Virgo on July 18th, station retrograde on the 24th, then reverse back into Leo on July 31st. Back… Continue reading Venus Enters Leo
Mercury station retrograde (in Gemini) precedes sun ingress Gemini by approximately 31 hours. That’s close enough to consider them as a single event, or rather the onset of a temporal window. Sun ingress Gemini is the start of an Astrological month, a month which, this year, is dominated by Mercury retrograde. Via the analysis described… Continue reading Mercury, Gemini, and Everyone
My intuition always leads me to the most fascinating places. In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that Jupiter stationed direct in Leo on April 8, 2015. Let’s look at that chart more closely: At the top of the chart, we have a quadruple conjunction in Aries in the 10th house: Psyche @ 16o 23’ Uranus @… Continue reading Jupiter (Ge)station
You know how, in Sci-Fi movies, there’s often that super bright scientist who’s on the brink of a scientific breakthrough? His theory is advanced, but not exactly safe. He’s eager to share his findings, but must test on a human to prove his results. Since it is not appropriate to risk another person’s life, he… Continue reading Royal Flush
Once each year, the Earth passes directly between the two most gravitational bodies in our solar system: the sun and Jupiter. This happens today just past high noon Central Standard Time. Given the time of the occurrence, the opposition between these massive bodies occurs along the vertical axis of the chart. In my opinion, the… Continue reading Holding Back the Sea
On December 14, 2014, we have three simultaneous astrological alignments: the penultimate exact square between Uranus and Pluto, an exact trine between sun and (retrograde) Jupiter, and an exact square between sun and moon (third quarter moon, in other words). We’ve already been seeing plenty of world events imbued with the energy of this latest… Continue reading You need only…
The four planets that are easiest to see in the sky are Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn. In the past month, Venus swept past Jupiter visible in the morning sky, and Mars crept past Saturn viewable in the evening sky. Right now, I am staying with friends in Southern California in a beautiful house with… Continue reading Go Long!