The Moon and the Grand Cross of January 21st 2014January 19, 2014 at 8:40 pm | Posted in 2014, 2014 Grand Cross, Astrology, Patterns, Predictions | Leave a comment
Tags: Astrology, Bombogenesis, Grand Cross, Jupiter, libra, Mars, Moon, Pluto, Storm, Uranus
The Moon activates the Grand Cross again, and I suspect that the United States (and perhaps the rest of the planet) will feel this in the form of the winter storm (“Polar Vertex”) already predicted by the weather service.
Specifically, the Moon first opposes Uranus in Aries (surprises and accidents, as many of us have noted in the past few years) and then squares Pluto in Capricorn (which can be banks, police, and intelligence agencies, but the Ruler of the Underworld (Pluto) is famous for bringing ice and snow). Notice that this is an “activation” of the ongoing Uranus / Pluto square that has been the subject of much discussion and that affects us from 2012 to 2015.
Finally, the Moon squares Jupiter as its last act in this Grand Cross. Jupiter makes things larger (will this be a larger storm than forecasted?), and Jupiter is in the sign of the Moon, Cancer. As a parting shot, the Moon will conjoin Mars, an aspect that usually favors athletes and trial lawyers but is typically difficult for most of the rest of us. After meeting Mars, the Moon will turn void (v/c) until it enters Scorpio and moves to meet Saturn. (i.e. difficulties will continue)
January 21st and 22nd will tend to be dangerous. Would be smart to stock up on supplies before the rush begins.
We’ll see other interesting events, including possibly more intrigues with intelligence agencies. Let us hope that we do not see anyone else shot for sending a text message to their babysitter while in a cinema.
Please do note that emotions run high with this Grand Cross.
Update Jan-23: One of my readers sent me this: “What Is This Bombogenesis And Why Is It Dumping Snow On Us?”. (Thank you, you know who you are.)