2010 Fall Equinox: Solar Map for Australia and New Zealand

March 18, 2010 at 12:03 am | Posted in Astrology, Predictions | 1 Comment
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[If you are looking for the earlier article on Algol, please scroll down if you are on the homepage.]

Readers come to this blog from all parts of this blog. Australia and New Zealand need their own independent Solar Map for the Spring Autumnal Equinox. The chart is interesting, and it expands the perspective of all readers from that of a Northern Hemisphere perspective.

The star of this chart is Canberra. To speak in the vernacular (your astrologer lives in a Dallas suburb), the associated Chiron line is “smack dab on top” of Canberra. Neptune is close by. Here is the map, with more commentary below:

As you can see, Perth and the region Northwest of Darwin, are plagued by a Mars line. Frankly, this looks dangerous. Remember, in the mythology, Mars is the “God of War.” Unrest appears to be likely here.

Most of the East Coast is captured between Neptune and Chiron, with Canberra especially affected. Since Canberra is the capital, some source of confusion may exist here. The combination of these two, Neptune and Chiron, put this part of the world especially at risk for a H1N1 resurgence. However, programs involving the arts (Neptune), education (Chiron), and healthcare (also Chiron) may make great progress this year. Below is the chart of Canberra. (Aspects are not included because, except for the ascendant, they are the same as the chart in the previous article.) Also noteworthy: something involving great luck (possibly oil exploration / drilling?) will hit New Zealand this year, probably in the Southwest tip or just offshore.

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