Astrology, Horoscope, Sacred Geometry

Moving through Beautiful Sky Geometry

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

Alignment, Astrology, Law of Attraction

Longest Lunar Eclipse of the Century

... and coincident with a Mars Opposition. In the past 24 hours I’ve had four people contact me to share experiences Abraham would label as contrast. These all have vibrational signatures that match the fascinatingly complex Astrology we have brewing and spewing right now. Abraham often discusses momentum with stories like this one: If you… Continue reading Longest Lunar Eclipse of the Century

Astrology, Horoscope

In like a Lion

Yesterday, at 4:01 pm CDT, the sun entered Leo, which simultaneously activated a number of aspects. Studying this chart alone could fill two or three semesters of Astrology. If we focus on the basic red and blue lines, we find 2 oppositions (180o), 3 squares (90o), 5 trines (120o), and 4 sextiles (60o). When we… Continue reading In like a Lion

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

Counterpoint Leading to the Grand Sextile

For a Grand Sextile to be pristinely exact, we need a planet every 60 degrees. Monday morning will be a pretty good approximation. What makes it more interesting still, is the presence of semi-sextile (30-degree) aspects, which simultaneously forms three squares (90 degrees), two Yods, and a T-Square. This adds counterpoint to the symphony. In… Continue reading Counterpoint Leading to the Grand Sextile

Thoughts and Opinions

Moment of Inertia

In physics, moment of inertia is a measure of how easy or difficult it is to rotate an object around an axis point. To give you an idea of some real world examples, consider a golf club and a baseball bat. First, think about a driver with its long handle and bulbous end. If you… Continue reading Moment of Inertia

Astrology

Bracing for an Impact

You know that moment when you see it coming - like in the movies when the rural doctor puts a rag in the injured hero’s mouth and says, “This is gonna hurt”? Before the advent of painkillers and anesthetics, a number of ultimately helpful actions started off as sharp pain: pulling a tooth, fixing a… Continue reading Bracing for an Impact