2016-10-07 Sun Square Pluto (Thor’s Hammer)

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2016-10-07 Sun Square Pluto (Thor’s Hammer)

This repeats in two versions, each once a year. The other one was earlier in April, and both will repeat in April and October for the next few years.  We repeat what we said in April: Sun Square Pluto is about power and power struggles. On a personal basis, chances are good you will see conflict, and you may see violence (including the use of lethal force). Police and intelligence agencies tend to be activated at this time, and death and taxes are issues, too.   We add that you might want to look back to what was happening on or about April 6th to understand better what is happening at this time.

2016-10-07 Sun Square Pluto (Thor's Hammer)

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Sun Trine Pluto 2016-09-07 (Mystic Rectangle + Kites + Rosetta + Hele)

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Sun Trine Pluto 2016-09-07 (Mystic Rectangle + Kites + Rosetta + Hele)

This repeats in two versions, each once a year. The previous one was in September, and both will repeat in May and September for the next few years. Sun Trine Pluto is also about power and power struggles, but the trines tend to be more benevolent than the squares in April and October. Still, take a look back at April 7th.  And, when you reach October 7th, compare your experiences now to then.

The perfection of this aspect is very busy with a number of patterns present, including a Mystic Rectangle, Kites, a Rosetta, and a Hele.  Opportunities about, and you may need to form coalitions to achieve certain results, but sorting out friend from foe could be tricky.

Here is the chart, filtered for the Mystic Rectangle:

2016-09-07 Sun Trine Pluto (Mystic Rectangle + Kites + Rosetta + Hele)

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Sun Opposite Pluto 2016-07-07 (Mystic Rectangle)

July 6, 2016 at 11:00 am | Posted in 2016, Annual Repeating Aspects, Astrology, Patterns, Predictions | 6 Comments
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Sun Opposite Pluto 2016-12-07 (Mystic Rectangle)

This is an annual transit, likely to continue with Sun in Cancer and Pluto in Capricorn for a few more years, and in this case has a Mystic Rectangle as the dominant pattern.  Mystic Rectangles tend to be rare patterns, but 2016 has many of them.  A window of opportunity is present with this aspect, but you may have to work for it.

2016-07-07 Sun Opposite Pluto (Mystic Rectangles)

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2016-05-07 Sun Trine Pluto (Kites + Hele)

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2016-05-07 Sun Trine Pluto (Kites + Hele)

This repeats in two versions, each once a year. The other one will be in September, and both will repeat in May and September for the next few years. Sun Trine Pluto is also about power and power struggles, but the trines tend to be more benevolent than the squares in April and October.  Still, take a look back at April 7th.

2016-05-07 Sun Trine Pluto (Kites + Hele)

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2016-05-07 Sun Trine Pluto (Kites + Hele)

May 1, 2016 at 1:01 am | Posted in 2016, Annual Repeating Aspects, Astrology, Patterns, Predictions | 2 Comments
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2016-05-07 Sun Trine Pluto (Kites + Hele)

This repeats in two versions, each once a year. The other one will be in September, and both will repeat in May and September for the next few years. Sun Trine Pluto is also about power and power struggles, but the trines tend to be more benevolent than the squares in April and October.  Still, take a look back at April 7th.

2016-05-07 Sun Trine Pluto (Kites + Hele)

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2016-04 W15: Forecasts for Week 15 of 2016

April 4, 2016 at 1:34 am | Posted in 2016, 2016-Lunations, Annual Repeating Aspects, Astrology, Lunations, Predictions, Special Days | 3 Comments
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2016-04 W15: Forecasts for Week 15 of 2016

Spring is here.  We hope you get out in the sunshine and enjoy it when possible.  We are a month or less away from the Mercury Retrograde station on April 28th, and this is a relatively quiet time astrologically.  Overall, you can “get things done” and should use this window to do just that.  But life is short, so just remember to stop and smell the flowers along the way.

Weeks 15 and 16 are relatively quiet with primarily Mercury aspects bringing us our information and our need to change.  However, Mars is “slowing down” now and will station retrograde on April 17th followed by Pluto station retrograde on April 18th.  Mercury soon follows with station retrograde on April 28th.  “Things” grind to a halt during this window, and we have to review and reconsider our plans and efforts with little forward progress until after Jupiter stations direct on May 9th.

April 2016 (Mars Out)

Week 15 (W15)

Archive of Week 14

Sunday April 3rd

The advantages of Friday and Saturday continue today until the Moon moves void (v/c) at 6:16 PM CDT.  Get done what you can today, and then rest this evening.

Monday April 4th

Moon moves into Pisces shortly before 1 AM CDT and remains there until 5:33 AM CDT Tuesday morning when it goes void again (in Pisces).  You may encounter glitches today, especially regarding the legal system (especially courts), universities (or other higher education), or long distance travel today.  (If none of these apply, then health could be an issue.)  This is true because the Sun (Aries) makes its annual quincunx to Jupiter (Virgo) today.  A very loose mutable T-Square is in play adding to the anxiety and aggravation as we try to make final plans in one of these areas and “things” do not work out as we wish.

If any of this planning involves activities beginning near April 17th through April 28th (and into the Mercury / Mars retrogrades), then iron out the bugs today.  More will likely crop up, but this is a very good time to eliminate as many as you can (especially if this is a vacation).

Tuesday April 5th

This is very much a “two steps forward, one step backwards” kind of day BUT, oddly, you can actually accomplish a FEW things if you persist.  Moon is void before 6 AM CDT but enters what Jim Shawvan (and Lee Lehman) calls an “opportunity period.”  Sun makes its annual trine to Saturn giving us the grit to “get things done.”  Venus enters Aries at almost exactly “high noon” but is void prior to that causing us to stumble some time before that, but we should get right back up and continue.  We WILL stumble again because Mercury is ALSO void until about 6 PM.

HOWEVER, do not start anything “new.”  Hold off on big purchases.

More than one re-do will be required because three planets are void (v/c) today and change signs (aka “sign change boundary”), but if we cannot accommplish something today then we can at least set the stage to get it done some time in the next few.  Illegitimi non carborundum.

Wednesday April 6th

Sun squares Pluto and you will either collapse from the energy expended yesterday or you will become even more determined to fight the fight and get things done.  At least to some degree, the choice is up to you.  Moon is very old, and will favor you if you choose to clear out the grime that has been holding you back.

Again: (1) do not start anything new but (2) you can get a “deal” today since buyers are favored over purchasers.  Just make certain it is something you need and will actually use lest it remain unopened in some corner waiting to be disposed of later, maybe when Mercury is retrograde.

Thursday April 7th

The New Moon occurs early today at 6:24 AM CDT and goes void at 9:56 AM CDT bringing a surprise or insight (or both) with it (Moon conjunct Uranus, both in Aries).  If you have “gotten things done” the past few days, especially with housecleaning and similar prepatory chores, then you might want to ease off today or even take the entire day off.

Friday April 8th

Moon enters Taurus in early morning hours (1:10 AM CDT) and this is a dynamite day to “get things done.”  We hope you rested yesterday, because you will need all the energy you can muster to accomplish “things” today.  Jim Shawvan recommends waiting until after Noon EDT (11 AM CDT / 9 AM PDT) to push forward, but we bet you can at least prepare prior to that.  Use today wisely; not many of these come along.

Saturday April 9th

Today is much like yesterday, except that Sun (Aries) makes its annual conjunction to Uranus bringing an unexpected surprise (or accident depending upon your personal karma).  Moon is void (v/c) in Taurus most of the day, so do expect some weirdness.  Nevertheless, you should still be able to accomplish a few things, especially if they deal with finances, certain kinds of art (especially sculpture), or certain aspects of health (especially involving “beauty”).

By today (Saturday) you will be encountering the occasional “glitch” or “gotcha” that precedes the upcoming Mars / Mercury retrograde stations (April 17th / April 28th respectively).

2016-04-06 Sun Square Pluto (Hele + Grand Trines + TH)

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2016-04-06 Sun Square Pluto (Hele + Grand Trines + TH)

This repeats in two versions, each once a year.  The other one will be in October, and both will repeat in April and October for the next few years.  Sun Square Pluto is about power and power struggles.  On a personal basis, chances are good you will see conflict, and you may see violence (including the use of lethal force).  Police and intelligence agencies tend to be activated at this time, and death and taxes are issues, too.  This particular aspect has a Hele (issues regarding long term alliances), Grand Trines, and a Thor’s Hammer.  We present the chart filtered for the Hele:

2016-04-06 Sun Square Pluto (Hele + Grand Trines + TH)

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Sun Enters Aries (Vernal Equinox) 2016-03-19 (Focused Yod)

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Sun Enters Aries (Vernal Equinox) 2016-03-19

The Vernal Equinox occurs March 19th in most of the United States and March 20th in UK / Europe.  (Click here for more about the change of seasons in 2016.)  We have a Focused Yod present.  (For more about Focused Yods in 2016, click here.)  That pattern requires you to make a decision (choose wisely!) but also gives you the power to “get things done” once you have made that decision.  That pattern occurring at this time will give you both a similar requirement and a similar advantage until at least the Summer Solstice and possibly as long as the Vernal Equinox in 2017.

Here is the chart for the Vernal Equinox of 2016, filtered for the Focused Yod:

Sun Enters Aries (Vernal Equinox) 2016-03-19 (Focused Yod)

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Beginner’s Version of exact same chart with same filtering:

Sun Enters Aries (Vernal Equinox) 2016-03-19 (Focused Yod) Beginners

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Other patterns are also present, including a Hele and a Square Key.  For more about Hele patterns in 2016, click here.  For more about Square Keys in 2016, click here.

Here is the same chart filtered for the Hele, an ongoing pattern at this time that contains Uranus, Pluto, Astraea, and the North Node (also known as Rahu, sometimes called “hard karma,” and a point in space rather than a physical planet).  You are making decisions about who will be your long term alliances this month, and that continues to be an important issue today:

Sun Enters Aries (Vernal Equinox) 2016-03-19 (Hele)

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The ongoing Square Key also tells us that you will be learning important “lessons” at this time.  Saturn, Uranus, Pluto, and the North Node are involved, so the “lessons” could be a bit harsh at times.  If you survive them, you will have new ideas, be fundamentally transformed in some way, and be aware of what is essential.

Here is the chart for the ongoing (longer term) Square Key:

Sun Enters Aries (Vernal Equinox) 2016-03-19 (Square Key)

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As we have written elsewhere, higher order aspects with outer planets are also in play today.  (These also tend to be “longer term.”)  For your convenience we will present some of that analysis here (but click the link if you want more):

Sun biseptiles Saturn, and we should consider resolving some old karma or helping someone less fortunate than ourselves or both.  Sun quintiles Pluto, and we may encounter a very ingenious idea that either (a) helps us with the biseptiles (helping someone else) or (b) gives us a gift in the form of a smart idea that comes from providing said help.  Venus is also novile Uranus today, providing us with an important insight or skill.  [click here to read more]

A Grand Fire Trine is also present today (today only), and that tells us that we face an opportunity (particularly strong if you are heavy in your personal chart with Fire / Air signs).  Here is the same chart filtered for the Grand Fire Trine:

Sun Enters Aries (Vernal Equinox) 2016-03-19 (Grand Fire Trine)

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Here is a list of Sun’s entry into Aries from 1950 to 2050:

Solar Fire Gold Mar 18 2016

Electional Search Results

Criteria: FIND (Sun in Ar)
Search From: Jan 1 1950 0:00 am
Search To: Dec 31 2050 11:59:56 am

Status: Finished – 101 matches

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Leaves Apr 19 2017 4:26:58 pm (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 20 2019 3:55:11 am (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 20 2023 3:13:25 am (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 19 2048 3:16:42 am (CST +6:00)
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Leaves Apr 19 2049 9:12:42 am (CST +6:00)
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2016-03-19 Calendar of Aspects

March 18, 2016 at 3:19 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology, biseptile, Higher Order Aspects, Patterns, Predictions, Weekends | Comments Off on 2016-03-19 Calendar of Aspects
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2016-03-19 Calendar of Aspects

March 2016 (Mars Out)

Week 12 (W12)

In most of the United States, except the Eastern Time Zone (EDT), the Vernal Equinox greets us late tonight.  (EU / UK experience this a half past 5 or half past 6 or later depending upon time zone.)

2016-03-19 Sunout All Aspects (Daily)

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Sun biseptiles Saturn, and we should consider resolving some old karma or helping someone less fortunate than ourselves or both.  Sun quintiles Pluto, and we may encounter a very ingenious idea that either (a) helps us with the biseptiles (helping someone else) or (b) gives us a gift in the form of a smart idea that comes from providing said help.  In any case, they go together and they set the stage for the days to come at least until the Summer Solstice (late June) or possibly as long as the Vernal Equinox of next year (late March)…

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Saturday February 20th 2016

February 20, 2016 at 12:53 am | Posted in 2016, Astrology, Higher Order Aspects, Predictions | 2 Comments
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Saturday February 20th 2016 Week 08 (W08)

Saturday February 20th

This is an energetic Saturday, and you can “get things done.”  And, you will feel an urge to do just that.  Issues involving health, education, finances, and taxes come to the forefront.  For some people these will be issues with the police or intelligence agencies.  Take advantage of your sense of urgency and complete what you can.

Moon (Leo) opposes Mercury, Venus (Aquarius) followed by a quincunx to Neptune (Pisces) and a trine to Saturn (Sagittarius).  Of all the days this week, this might be the best one for “getting things done,” and oddly it favors fire and air signs (though the Sun is in Pisces and applying, ultimately, to Neptune and Chiron).  If we zoom out and look at Saturday and Sunday together, we could argue that a (very loose) Fire Grand Trine is present.

Venus (Aquarius) is semi-square Chiron (Pisces), and Sun (Pisces) is semi-square Pluto (Capricorn).  This creates quite a push to “get things done,” and issues of healthcare (or education) and finances (Capricorn) are part of the mix.  Mercury (Aquarius) semi-sextiles Neptune (Pisces).  Fire and air signs may be favored, but Pisces and Capricorn clearly have a voice today.  And Mercury / Neptune tells us that (some) people will tend to wax poetic (if not grandiose).  No “Mars Out” higher order aspects are in play, so look to the earlier aspects this week as well as the Vesta Quadrinovile Juno aspect tomorrow (a skill involving exploring “how we have always done it” and trust & fidelity issues).

Tomorrow remains very similar, and these two days should be considered together for some important project.  (Possibly a home improvement project, but certainly an important one.)

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