Astrology

The Churning Seas

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

Astrology

Holding Back the Sea

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