We are moving our Weekly Forecasts to a separate blog: click here if you want to go there now. If you are looking for our May 21st Full Moon analysis, -> click here <-. Jupiter squares Saturn May 26th for the third time in this series of three. Here is a list of New Moons for 2016, and here is a list of Full Moons for 2016.
We are at the end of May and a series of retrogrades including Mercury Retrograde that has been with us for a few weeks (to a few months, depending on which retrograde we are talking about) will be ending. Jupiter has moved direct, and Mercury Retrograde stations direct now. Direct movement will be slow, and we will be in the “shadow” for a bit, but now is a good time to start launching truly new projects as opposed to reviewing and resurrecting old ones.
Those old projects either proved to be a good idea “after all” or they did not. If they are good, stick with them and grow them. But, if not, put them back on hold or discard them altogether. The time is at hand to look at new things and new ideas.
Here on the blog, we are doing some housecleaning and review. We do practice what we preach.
Our 2016 Overview provides links to information about Change of Seasons in 2016 and patterns in 2016. You may be interested in Rare and Absent Patterns for 2016. We also have a survey for visitors to this site and would appreciate your feedback.
You can also find a comprehensive review of Moon’s aspects, void of course, and other events at “This Week in Astrology.”
- Mystic Rectangles: weekly (Sunout) and monthly (Marsout) aspectarians and low volume of posts; excellent for subscriptions; best fit for astrology for mobile devices.
- Lost Dudeist Astrology: a potpourri of articles that range from the absurd to the sublime that typically cover astrology but sometimes other topics as well. Grand Trines sticks to current astrological events and forecasts whereas LDA has astrological theory, Tarot, opinions, and so forth.
- Weekly Forecasts is just what the name says: weekly forecasts posted once a week for the upcoming week with some reblogs of similar material from other bloggers.
You may also be interested in the reblogs of content by other astrologers on the posts page. We are working on a project on Long Term Forecasts. Frankly, we do not expect to complete this project in our lifetime. Your feedback, as we go, is appreciated.
Click -> here <-
- Election Day 2016 (USA)
- 2016 Overview (contains the next few links)
- 2016 Change of Seasons and Cross Quarter Days
- 2016 Full Moons
- 2016 New Moons
- 2016 Mercury Ingresses and Stations
- Politicians of Interest (2015 and 2016)
- SUMO (Strategic Use of Multiple Oracles)
- Long Term Forecasts
- Neptune Sextile Pluto (1800 to 2050)
- Void Of Course Moon Periods
- Today’s Transits (external site)
- A list of upcoming transits (exte
One of the sites we follow has been “Profected Houses” to analyze politicians in the United States race for President. Here is a table that you may find useful if you are interested in applying that method to yourself (or others):
2016 May Moon Void of Course Table:
(Table has (1) lunar aspect to a planet that produces the void (such as Moon Sextile Mercury) followed by (2) sign entry (such as Moon Conjunct Aries).)
|P1 (H)||Asp||P2 (H)||Date||Time||Zone|
|Mon (6)||Sxt||Mer (8)||May 3 2016||12:09 AM||CDT|
|Mon (6)||Cnj||Ari (6)||May 3 2016||12:05 PM||CDT|
|Mon (7)||Cnj||Ura (7)||May 4 2016||11:18 PM||CDT|
|Mon (7)||Cnj||Tau (7)||May 5 2016||12:11 PM||CDT|
|Mon (8)||Cnj||Mer (8)||May 6 2016||9:11 PM||CDT|
|Mon (8)||Cnj||Gem (8)||May 7 2016||11:35 AM||CDT|
|Mon (9)||Sxt||Ura (7)||May 8 2016||11:16 PM||CDT|
|Mon (9)||Cnj||Can (9)||May 9 2016||12:24 PM||CDT|
|Mon (10)||Sqr||Ura (7)||May 11 2016||2:35 AM||CDT|
|Mon (10)||Cnj||Leo (10)||May 11 2016||4:33 PM||CDT|
|Mon (11)||Sqr||Sun (8)||May 13 2016||12:03 PM||CDT|
|Mon (11)||Cnj||Vir (11)||May 14 2016||12:52 AM||CDT|
|Mon (12)||Tri||Sun (8)||May 16 2016||4:21 AM||CDT|
|Mon (12)||Cnj||Lib (12)||May 16 2016||12:33 PM||CDT|
|Mon (1)||Opp||Ura (7)||May 18 2016||10:23 AM||CDT|
|Mon (1)||Cnj||Sco (1)||May 19 2016||1:30 AM||CDT|
|Mon (2)||Opp||Ven (8)||May 21 2016||6:40 AM||CDT|
|Mon (2)||Cnj||Sag (2)||May 21 2016||1:49 PM||CDT|
|Mon (3)||Tri||Ura (7)||May 23 2016||10:38 AM||CDT|
|Mon (3)||Cnj||Cap (3)||May 24 2016||12:34 AM||CDT|
|Mon (4)||Sqr||Ura (7)||May 25 2016||8:12 PM||CDT|
|Mon (4)||Cnj||Aqu (4)||May 26 2016||9:27 AM||CDT|
|Mon (5)||Sqr||Mar (2)||May 28 2016||3:19 PM||CDT|
|Mon (5)||Cnj||Pis (5)||May 28 2016||4:07 PM||CDT|
|Mon (6)||Tri||Mar (2)||May 30 2016||6:11 PM||CDT|
|Mon (6)||Cnj||Ari (6)||May 30 2016||8:10 PM||CDT|
Many thanks to the site Tableizer which helped make preparing the Moon v/c table MUCH easier!
Notes: (1) EST: add one hour; (2) PST: subtract two hours; (3) for UTC and other zones, try this.