2016-05 W20: Forecasts for Week 20 of 2016

May 19, 2016 at 5:46 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology, Holidays, Predictions | 2 Comments
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2016-05 W20: Forecasts for Week 20 of 2016

Archive of Week 19 (W19)

We are in the middle of May as well as a series of retrogrades including Mercury Retrograde, and “things” are likely to be interesting until at least after May 22nd (arguably later because of the other retrogrades in play also).  (Clarissa has written a great piece on the Mercury Retrograde.  And you can find more about these periods for the rest of the year here.  This page may also be useful.)  The Taurus New Moooon perfected on May 6th, and we will have a Sagittarius Moon / Gemini Sun on May 21st (a day after Sun moves into Gemini).  Let’s be clear: for better or worse, “things” will change with that lunation and the accompanying Mercury direct station.

School is out, and has been out, for most students, and that particular weekend (May 21/22) marks the true beginning of “summer” for anyone who follows the academic year.  But astrological summer, the official beginning of “summer,” does not begin until the Summer Solstice on June 20th (which also has another full moon).  The retrograde station of Chiron on June 27th and direct station of Mars on June 29th will mark another significant shift.  We will cover these events in more detail as they near, but keep in mind these critical dates as you set plans for vacations, trips, meetings, and so forth.

Some time in the next few days we will delete the older May predictions and add newer ones, so please do check back.  We are not gone, but we are not checking in EVERY day, either.

One final note: we know that the “Live Traffic Feed” in the sidebar is not working correctly, but the problem is not on our end.  We want to give the provider at least a few more weeks before we remove it altogether.  It has been with us since the beginning (2008), and we hate to remove it.  (But, if it continues to be broken, then we will be forced to do the inevitable.)

May 2016 (Mars Out)

Week 20 (W20)

May 8th

Today is Mothers Day, and a (very loose) Grand Cross is arguably in play.  “Things” may be a bit weird with some “things” grinding to a halt (“full stop!”), and others suddenly becoming ready for launch.  Look beyond the chaos for the opportunity, and launch whatever needs to be launched today.  That could include being kind / helpful / generous to your mother / someone else’s mother / a woman who wishes she had been someone’s mother or someone similar.  Look beyond the obvious for the opportunity to be a decent human being worthy of having had someone to care for you when you could not care for yourself.

May 9th

Jupiter stations direct today.  Some of you have been feeling this for a few days or maybe longer.  You really feel it if you, or someone close to you, is clergy (or a particularly spiritual person), a lawyer or otherwise involved with the legal system, or someone who works in higher education (or someone who once worked in one of those systems, including those who are retired or disabled).

Jupiter is associated with centaurs and kindness to animals can be a good idea today.  Consider watching Earthlings if you have never developed a sense of decency or kindness towards animals.  (Warning: “Earthlings” is not for the faint of heart.  It can be very difficult to watch!)

May 10th

Venus (Taurus) trines Jupiter (Virgo) today, and the Moon is very active.  Retrograde Mercury (Taurus) also trines the North Node (Virgo), and the outer planets are quiet.  Given the consideration that five planets are retrograde, much can be accomplished today particularly short term objectives that may be part of resurrected projects from the past.  Most people tend to benefit from today although earth signs (and water) tend to benefit the most.  This is likely the best “get things done” day of the week and maybe the entire Mercury Retrograde period.

May 11th

Most of the work day in the Western Hemisphere is void, and Venus Quincunx Saturn clearly marks that yesterday’s window of opportunity has closed and this is mostly an “off day” for most people.  Jim Shawvan marks this particular lunar void as an “opportunity period,” but we still think it is a risky period.  Avoid major commitments today if at all possible and stick to routine.

Hygeia stations direct, and issues involving health and healthcare will come to the forefront for some people.  Also, Mars sesquiquadrate Uranus in early hours tomorrow makes both today and tomorrow potentially dangerous.  Do not do anything rash in traffic, and avoid saying words that you may not be able to take back later.

May 12th

Today is a mixed bag but more good than bad and certainly better than yesterday. Today is not as good as Tuesday but much better than yesterday. Retrograde Mercury (Taurus) trines Pluto (Capricorn) and something comes back to us.  This could be an old project or it could be a lost (and important) object.  Quadrinoviles involving Vesta (bright ideas but typically more for police / military) are present this evening.

Write down those fleeting ideas and know that they can be useful later, possibly as the planets move direct.  Late evening has annoyances, and new parents may have a baby that cannot be consoled.  With yesterday’s Hygeia station consider healthcare for the young one if any doubt whatsoever exists regarding their status.

Mars sesquiquadrate Uranus in early hours makes both yesterday and today potentially dangerous.  Do not do anything rash in traffic, and avoid saying words that you may not be able to take back later.

May 13th

Retrograde Mercury and Venus join and later Venus trines Pluto.  This is all mostly benevolent, but a lunar void tells us to stick to routine after noon.  Previously planned events (and dates) may not work out.  Your date this evening might be a “no show.”  Try not to be too angry as this may have involved events beyond the control of the other person.  Stick to routine if you can, and have fun with whomever is present.

May 14th

Early morning hours are tainted by a lunar square to Mars which is wonderful for athletes and can be good for police officers but is miserable for most of the rest of us.  It is short term and will pass.  Sun sextile Chiron dominates the day bringing up issues involving healthcare, teaching, and mentors.  While all of those will not apply to you, likely one of them will apply.  Today and tomorrow the mutable T-Square we have been discussing (refer to our New Moon analysis) is activated by Moon in Virgo.  Expect irritations and channel that energy into useful accomplishment.

2016-04 W16: Forecasts for Week 16 of 2016

April 17, 2016 at 11:46 pm | Posted in 2016, Annual Repeating Aspects, Astrology, Predictions, Special Days | 2 Comments
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2016-04 W16: Forecasts for Week 16 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 16 (W16)

Archive of Week 15

Sunday April 10th

As we mentioned yesterday, you are likely starting to “feel” (experience) the retrograde stations of Mars (April 17th) and Mercury (April 28th).  Little (and sometimes large) setbacks are making progress more difficult.

With Mercury perfecting a quincunx to Mars today, you feel this strongly.  For a number of people, today is unpleasant and may even turn dangerous.  Be careful.

Mercury will quincunx Saturn on Friday (similar to today), and Venus will quincunx Jupiter next Saturday followed by the Mars retrograde station on Sunday.  In simple terms: “Next Weekend Sucks.”  Fear not, the middle of the week has a few good aspects for you.

Monday April 11th

Lunar aspects predominate today with the Moon void near 2 PM CDT.  This is a much better day that yesterday though some of you may still feel the aftershocks.  Accomplish what you can in the morning and spend the afternoon and evening clearing out what did not work and resting.  This will be a busy week.

Tuesday April 12th

Mercury aspects Uranus in the early hours favoring writers and other communicators but bringing surprises to many of the rest of us.  Typically these should be benevolent surprises for most.  Venus trines Mars brings the ability to “get things done,” and this may be the best day this week for accomplishment.  Use it wisely.

Wednesday April 13th

Lunar aspects dominate again today.  The occasional problem surfaces, but you can push past it and you should do just that.  Tuesday’s grace continues today, and you will need it to achieve what must be done before the coming storm.

Thursday April 14th

The window closes after today.  You may feel so good by today that you come to believe that nothing can go wrong.  That is a foolish attitude to adopt; do not be lured into it.  Mercury trine Jupiter will help you accomplish today what you could not finish on Tuesday or Wednesday but, again, the window is closed after today.  Use today wisely.

Friday April 15th

Federal Income Taxes are due today for “natural persons” (not corporations or similar entities), Mercury perfects a quincunx to Saturn, and “things” begin to fall apart.  Do not be surprised at any lack of progress today but do congratulate yourself if you do accomplish something useful.  Please do realize that you may need to revisit your “accomplishment” later for some “tuning” or adjustment.

Once your taxes are done, take off today as much as possible.  If you have worked hard this week and done what needed to be done, then you will need the “down time.”

Saturday April 16th

Venus perfects quincunx to Jupiter, and today does not seem like much fun to many people.  Well planned family outings go awry, the plumbing springs a leak during your nap, and “things” simply do not go as planned.  Chances are good you will have unanticipated expenses.  If you did not feel tomorrow’s upcoming Mars retrograde station yet, then you will likely “feel” it today.

Venus Trine Jupiter (Double Yod Key) 2016-02-10

February 9, 2016 at 10:57 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology, Patterns, Predictions | 3 Comments
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2016-02-10 Venus Trine Jupiter (Double Yod Key) (W07)

The DYK from Monday’s New Moon persists in a modified form.  (The Moon and Sun are no longer conjunct.  Moon has moved into Pisces, conjunct Neptune along the way and now separating.)  This means we still face the same (or similar) decisions as were presented with Monday’s NM, but the answer may not be as clear-cut now as it was then.  (New information may have presented itself, and now you may not be so sure.  But, we suspect that your original course of action is still viable.)

Here is the chart for perfection of Venus Trine Jupiter on February 10th, filtered for the Double Yod Key:

2016-02-10 Venus Trine Jupiter (Double Yod Key)

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This is typically a “feel good” aspect, but this one is in Earth, so we may “feel good” in this case by accomplishing something useful at work or in our business. [Click here to read more of our interpretation of this particular day.]

Here is a list of the perfections of this same aspect (but signs and houses will vary):

Solar Fire Gold Feb 9 2016

Electional Search Results

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[0] Is Exact Feb 10 2016 1:54:14 am (CST +6:00)
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[0] Is Exact May 10 2016 2:00:07 pm (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Dec 25 2016 7:22:37 am (CST +6:00)
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[0] Is Exact Jul 18 2017 3:08:32 pm (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Mar 1 2018 5:22:13 am (CST +6:00)
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[0] Is Exact Jun 1 2018 9:28:29 am (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact May 9 2019 11:55:31 am (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Aug 8 2019 3:27:28 pm (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Mar 27 2020 11:23:58 pm (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Oct 19 2020 2:35:06 am (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Jun 3 2021 6:32:44 pm (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Aug 18 2022 3:02:49 am (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Apr 27 2030 10:33:51 am (CDT +5:00)
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[0] Is Exact Jul 24 2041 2:56:35 pm (CST +6:00)
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[0] Is Exact Feb 4 2048 4:32:40 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 9 2048 10:01:35 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Sep 14 2048 10:56:16 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 21 2048 4:41:08 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Sep 26 2048 11:28:27 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Dec 22 2048 8:10:58 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 28 2048 4:01:44 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 2 2049 7:35:30 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Nov 26 2049 7:40:59 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 2 2049 6:04:40 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 6 2049 8:25:52 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Feb 23 2050 4:38:36 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 28 2050 12:09:54 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Mar 5 2050 2:55:23 am (CST +6:00)

 

Mercury Trine Jupiter 2016-02-06

February 5, 2016 at 10:59 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology, Predictions | 4 Comments
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Mercury Trine Jupiter 2016-02-06

Since we have analyzed this date in depth elsewhere, we will skip a detailed analysis of this chart.  We do note that this occurred recently in retrograde form on January 14th and in direct form December 25th of 2015 (the recent “Full Moon Christmas“).  Also of note, Venus Square Uranus also perfects on this date as well as a number of other aspects.

Here is the chart for perfection of this aspect:

2016-02-06 Mercury Trine Jupiter

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Here is a list for perfections of the Mercury Trine Jupiter aspect (sign / house will likely vary) from 2010 through 2040:

Solar Fire Gold Feb 5 2016

Electional Search Results

Criteria: FIND (Mer Tri Jup)
Search From: Jan 1 2010 0:00 am
Search To: Dec 31 2040 12:31 pm

Status: Finished – 144 matches

Enters Jul 7 2010 10:38:43 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 11 2010 3:12:34 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jul 14 2010 11:18:49 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Oct 31 2010 7:34:11 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 4 2010 4:45:38 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Nov 8 2010 12:21:41 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Sep 10 2011 11:26:11 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 14 2011 8:43:14 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Sep 18 2011 0:20:28 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jan 3 2012 10:32:04 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 8 2012 12:05 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 12 2012 5:32:56 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Sep 22 2012 1:09:31 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 26 2012 9:08:36 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Sep 30 2012 5:04:29 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jan 18 2013 6:58:24 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 22 2013 8:25:44 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 26 2013 7:00:27 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 10 2013 0:48:20 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Oct 28 2013 5:21:26 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Nov 23 2013 7:06:03 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 28 2013 1:23:22 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 1 2013 9:30:15 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Mar 20 2014 8:58:52 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Mar 26 2014 8:10:47 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Mar 30 2014 3:13:41 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Dec 7 2014 6:48:45 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 12 2014 5:23:57 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 15 2014 11:41:14 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Apr 2 2015 7:52:18 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 6 2015 8:25:54 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 9 2015 6:59:19 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Dec 20 2015 6:20:55 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 25 2015 2:18:52 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 31 2015 1:41:27 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jan 8 2016 4:06:56 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 14 2016 8:15:09 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 20 2016 7:48:38 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jan 28 2016 8:25:52 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 6 2016 12:45:11 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 11 2016 1:22:47 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Apr 9 2016 11:41:21 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 14 2016 10:27:12 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 19 2016 3:06 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters May 8 2016 0:40:09 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jun 4 2016 2:52:34 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Feb 17 2017 9:42:44 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 21 2017 12:27:04 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 24 2017 9:43:23 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 9 2017 11:34:43 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jun 13 2017 10:44:39 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jun 16 2017 7:11:07 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Feb 26 2018 12:40:39 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Mar 2 2018 7:04:59 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Mar 5 2018 2:44:19 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 16 2018 3:09:08 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jun 19 2018 2:42:30 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jun 22 2018 7:21:35 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Apr 28 2019 9:49:18 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact May 2 2019 10:58:50 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves May 6 2019 4:48:35 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Aug 17 2019 2:33:20 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 21 2019 5:04:32 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Aug 24 2019 10:26:05 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters May 7 2020 3:12:47 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact May 10 2020 9:35:42 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves May 13 2020 5:59:42 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Aug 25 2020 1:58:48 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 29 2020 8:27:40 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Sep 1 2020 5:53:02 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters May 25 2021 11:03:48 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves May 28 2021 7:37:47 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jul 7 2021 12:48:10 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 12 2021 2:45:02 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jul 16 2021 4:42:23 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Sep 13 2021 0:09:17 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 20 2021 5:52:34 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Oct 3 2021 7:04:46 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Oct 9 2021 2:12:18 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Oct 26 2021 2:44:06 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Oct 31 2021 11:18:02 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Nov 5 2021 0:24:09 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jul 20 2022 1:53 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 23 2022 12:52:02 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jul 26 2022 2:37:23 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Nov 12 2022 1:26:41 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 16 2022 9:42:57 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Nov 20 2022 4:51:37 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Aug 2 2023 9:17:30 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 9 2023 7:47:11 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Aug 19 2023 6:01:06 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Aug 23 2023 4:44:16 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 4 2023 5:28:48 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Sep 11 2023 3:11:08 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Sep 17 2023 1:14:44 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 25 2023 7:09:36 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Sep 29 2023 5:01:13 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Dec 1 2023 9:23:59 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 7 2023 10:08:40 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 18 2023 8:27:44 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 23 2023 5:50:48 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jan 12 2024 7:08:50 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 19 2024 3:30:35 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 23 2024 11:28:12 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 4 2024 3:52:33 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Oct 8 2024 7:22:26 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Oct 11 2024 10:36:48 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jan 30 2025 12:08:46 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 3 2025 3:51:18 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 7 2025 3:38:21 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 18 2025 2:11:59 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Oct 24 2025 10:07:45 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Oct 30 2025 3:48:05 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Nov 17 2025 5:53:03 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 22 2025 5:37:02 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 6 2025 7:04:46 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 11 2025 10:38:10 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Feb 12 2026 3:16:53 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 16 2026 3:30:51 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 22 2026 11:10:24 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Feb 27 2026 9:25:47 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Mar 9 2026 0:23:08 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Mar 17 2026 0:34:29 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Mar 20 2026 10:24:44 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 3 2026 6:28:10 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 9 2026 3:55:59 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Dec 19 2026 2:16:17 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 23 2026 12:02:49 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 27 2026 5:13:06 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Apr 14 2027 11:28:31 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 18 2027 5:47:54 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 21 2027 8:07:01 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Dec 30 2027 10:06:10 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 4 2028 8:52:05 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 8 2028 5:36:45 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Apr 20 2028 4:43:12 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 24 2028 2:17:09 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 27 2028 5:37:06 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Feb 28 2029 2:23:08 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Mar 4 2029 10:28:34 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Mar 7 2029 11:21:34 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jun 20 2029 9:03:19 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jun 25 2029 0:05:15 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jun 28 2029 5:38:03 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Mar 10 2030 8:53:38 am (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Mar 13 2030 10:58:41 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Mar 16 2030 11:22:57 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Jun 27 2030 10:18:22 pm (CDT +5:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 1 2030 4:17:48 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Jul 4 2030 2:05:56 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters May 7 2031 6:40:34 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact May 12 2031 7:45:11 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 16 2031 3:35:32 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 10 2031 6:49:48 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jul 16 2031 12:07:37 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jul 25 2031 7:38:34 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 29 2031 3:38:12 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 12 2031 1:43:03 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 30 2031 10:39:46 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Sep 4 2031 1:25:06 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters May 19 2032 1:03:27 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact May 22 2032 6:04:18 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 25 2032 11:14:16 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Sep 6 2032 12:51:34 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 10 2032 5:33:41 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Sep 13 2032 12:43:41 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters May 28 2033 7:24:05 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jun 3 2033 6:45:13 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jun 9 2033 11:56:33 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jul 1 2033 6:41:39 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jul 24 2033 2:33:54 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Sep 21 2033 3:09:31 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Sep 26 2033 4:10:03 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Oct 1 2033 11:49:28 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 28 2033 11:40:12 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Nov 15 2033 2:50:57 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Aug 1 2034 3:38:44 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 5 2034 0:17:38 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Aug 7 2034 10:42:35 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Nov 23 2034 9:22:12 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 28 2034 6:55:27 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 2 2034 2:41:06 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Aug 13 2035 3:11:53 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Aug 18 2035 5:59:55 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Aug 23 2035 1:57:59 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Dec 11 2035 1:24:31 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Dec 15 2035 2:38:18 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Dec 19 2035 7:12:34 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Jan 11 2036 9:29:17 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 19 2036 1:36:12 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 24 2036 5:42:34 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 2 2036 6:00:19 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 16 2036 2:08:58 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Oct 20 2036 3:30:45 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Oct 23 2036 4:09:04 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Feb 11 2037 3:05:41 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 15 2037 11:24:49 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Feb 19 2037 2:26:35 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Oct 29 2037 8:44 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Nov 3 2037 8:41:03 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Nov 7 2037 6:27:57 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Feb 22 2038 9:57:03 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Feb 26 2038 1:34:17 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Mar 1 2038 7:54:40 pm (CST +6:00)
Enters Dec 30 2038 1:20:20 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 3 2039 1:10:57 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 7 2039 7:20:28 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Apr 25 2039 1:37:30 pm (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Apr 29 2039 6:23:57 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 3 2039 3:53:02 am (CST +6:00)
Enters Jan 11 2040 6:10:28 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact Jan 15 2040 11:12:47 am (CST +6:00)
Leaves Jan 19 2040 0:06:55 am (CST +6:00)
Enters May 2 2040 9:45:30 am (CST +6:00)
[0] Is Exact May 5 2040 2:08:07 pm (CST +6:00)
Leaves May 8 2040 8:56:48 am (CST +6:00)

Saturday February 6th 2016

February 5, 2016 at 9:12 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology, Predictions | 4 Comments
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Saturday February 6th (W06)

For most people this will be a good day.  The only square is Venus square Uranus which is notorious for kinky sex and unusual romantic relationships.  Perfection of this aspect follows on the heels of yesterday’s Venus / Pluto conjunction, and this may be a sexually intense weekend for those who choose a “getaway” at this time.  (Venus Square Uranus is associated with “kinky” or untraditional sex.)   But, it could also bring a “surprise” from the standpoint of finances and financial dealings.  In any case, it is a continuation from the Venus / Pluto conjunction yesterday.

Today is at least as complex and active as yesterday if not more so.  Mercury Trine Jupiter enhances the continuation or revision of any work done by creatives yesterday.  This is known as a particularly benevolent aspect which helps in areas involving transportation and communication.  You saw this on January 14th in the retrograde form, and you may want to check your notes from that time.  This also occurred in direct form on Christmas Day of 2015.  You may want to check your notes from that time as well for any connections to what is happening now, particularly regarding communication and transportation and especially as they relate to bookkeeping, finances, employment, and healthcare.

Sun BiQuintiles the North Node, and that means that we just might have a very smart idea about how to handle some hard karma.  With Sun Sextile Uranus and Sun BiQuintile North Node, insights abound for those with eyes to see them and ears to hear them.  Venus is also septile Neptune, and doing something for someone less fortunate than yourself is a good idea.

The only real “downside” is that the Moon is void in Capricorn for most of the day, starting at 9:54 AM CST (10:54 AM EST / 7:54 AM PST).  That votes for sticking to routine, but if you do decide to become experimental in some way just realize that you might have a “re-do” somewhere in your future.

If you are a creative, you would be wise to make a devoted effort, anyway, to explore the dichotomy of the traditional and the taboo in your work as well as the “bones” of the work compared to events that might change that structure.  What you do today may not bear fruit.  And your attempts on Sunday (which you should also do) may not either.  But by some time next week (or possibly as late as the 14th for some of you), you may yet have a powerful breakthrough that propels your work forward in ways you cannot yet imagine or foresee.  As the old saying goes, “don’t give up 15 minutes before the miracle occurs.”

This is the weekend before the New Moon on Monday (and Chinese New Year) and a host of interesting aspects next week.  Vesta (a major asteroid) will oppose Black Moon Lilith (a point in space, similar to the nodes), and (along with a host of aspects to both next week) that portends a period both in this past week and next week where we will have no choice but to examine our traditions, taboos, and whether or not our beliefs about them need to change.  (Julie Demboski wrote an excellent piece on this, which we excerpted here.)

 

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

January 14, 2016 at 2:44 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology, Predictions | 4 Comments
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Thursday, January 14th, 2016

Thursday is a day where you may wish to complete your most critical tasks early in the day.  (EU / UK receives a bit of a reprieve due to time zone differences.)  The Moon goes v/c 10:32 AM CST (11:32 AM EST / 8:32 AM PST) with Moon Sextile Sun, near the end of the workday for most in EU/UK.  Jim Shawvan interprets this period as an “opportunity period,” and we agree except that opportunities in Pisces usually involve writing melodies and lyrics along with photography and video production.  Keep in mind that Mercury is Retrogrode, so addressing old project is the wisest use of any “opportunities.”

Retrograde Mercury meets the Sun circa 8:05 AM CST, and roughly the hour before and after this can be particularly useful for “getting things done” (keep in mind the flavoring of the Pisces Moon).  This day is also “bracketed” by important aspects as Mercury (Retrograde) trines Jupiter (Retrograde) at 8:15 PM CST.  Exactly what this means is not entirely clear, but it almost certainly involves some kind of overdue projects or issues that involve higher education (universities), courts, or travel (long distance, “foreign,” or overseas).  With both retrograde, we expect something previously hidden to show itself.

Sun Trine Jupiter 2016-01-12

January 12, 2016 at 11:18 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology, Predictions | 1 Comment
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Sun Trine Jupiter 2016-01-12

We should talk.  Sun Trine Jupiter is typically considered a benevolent aspect.  (We note that modern astrologers typically see Jupiter as a benefic whereas traditionalists tend to consider it a malefic.  In any case, opinions vary.  We consider it a benefic, meaning that it confers benefit.  In reality, it is an “amplifier” that brings more of whatever it is pointed towards.)

That said, a few considerations are worth noting.  First, Mercury is retrograde.  This is not necessarily “bad,” but it does require an attention to detail.  It is most useful for resurrect projects previously on hold, or double checking details, proofreading, or editing.

Next, Jupiter is, itself, retrograde.  While Mercury Retrograde is well understood (we experience it several times a year), this is not as true with Jupiter Retrograde.  It occurs less frequently and lasts longer.  It is more subtle.  But, as so many others do, we will give you the standard textbook treatment of the topic: Jupiter Retrograde involves problems or revisiting issues involving the legal system, higher education, or “long distance travel.”  (What is “long distance travel”?  If you rarely range more than 10 to 15 miles from home, then “long distance travel” might involve a trip to a nearby city or area a few hundred miles away.  If you are a long distance trucker who ranges much of the continent, then it may involve an overseas trip.)  In general, interpreting outer planet retrogrades is tricky because of the longer durations of the retrogrades.  They tend to govern generations more than individuals.

Additionally, Jupiter is in Virgo.  Per the traditionalists, this means it is in “detriment.”  We agree that, in some cases, this is worth noting.  We think it is worth noting here.

We might add that Capricorn is not a particularly strong placement for the Sun.

So, we advise caution with this particular Sun Trine Jupiter aspect.  This tends to be a “nose to the grindstone” aspect.  The Sun is ordinarily bright and, well, sunny.  Jupiter can be downright gleeful.  (OK, we know Stalin was a Sagittarius.  But he was the exception that tended to prove the rule.  Think Frank Sinatra instead.  He tended to be a bit more upbeat most of the time.  “My Way” is a very Jupiter song.)  In these placements, this is all about work and getting things done.  Do your homework and stick to business most of the day (you can play some, also, but get the important things done).

We also note that what you do, or do not, get done will come back in some form of “karma” on or about January 27th, after Mercury is direct and when Sun Sesquiquadrates Jupiter.  Your decisions, and actions, matter today.

Here is the chart for perfection of Sun Trine Jupiter, filtered for the ongoing, month-long Thor’s Hammer:

2016-01-12 Sun Trine Jupiter (Thor's Hammer)

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Wednesday January 13th 2016

January 12, 2016 at 10:00 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology, Predictions | 1 Comment
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Wednesday January 13th 2016

Wednesday is complex.  The good news is that the Sun trines Jupiter, an annual aspect that almost always confers benefit (unless you “overdo” it).  (Traditionally, Jupiter is a “malefic” (bad) though many modern astrologers (including myself) count it as a “benefic” (good).  Why the dispute?  It is an AMPLIFIER.  Jupiter makes “things” “big,” such as Powerball winnings.  It makes the bad worse and the good better.  Like big Powerball winnings, the result you get depends on where you point it and how you use it.)  However, we do note that the best use of this particular aspect on this date is “getting things done.”

The bad news is the Venus Squares Chiron.  Issues involving either (a) finances + education or (b) the physical body and the pain of recovery will rise to the surface.  (As always with Chiron, health, or education, or both, will likely become the focus of the day.)

A potpourri of lunar aspects color the day, squares and trines alike, but most of the day in the western hemisphere (and the later part of the day into the early morning hours of Thursday in UK / EU) is colored by a bracketing of the window by Moon in Pisces conjunct Neptune at the beginning 7:17 AM CST and near the end by Moon in Pisces conjunct Chiron 12:22 AM CST on Thursday.  BOTH of these emphasize the “healthcare” aspect of the day, and the first throws into the mix a need to help those less fortunate than ourselves along with a risk from scammers.  (Best to donate anonymously to well known causes that you thoroughly understand.  Please do not throw money to criminals.)  For some people, particularly students about to begin a new semester, this day is a turning point.

And just in case you might somehow miss the “message” of the previous paragraph, Sun also Semisquares Neptune, producing a significant sense of urgency to address these issues immediately, whatever they may be.

2015-12-25 Calendar of Aspects

December 24, 2015 at 11:12 pm | Posted in 2015, 2015-Lunations, Astrology, Holidays, Lunations | 2 Comments
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Full Moon on Christmas Day with Mercury Trine Jupiter and Uranus Direct Station. Expect the unexpected. Surprises will be surprising even to those who give them. Did you include the batteries?

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2015-12-25 Calendar of Aspects

2015-12-25 Daily Calendar

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Mercury Trine Jupiter 25 December 2015 – Astrology King

December 24, 2015 at 10:54 pm | Posted in 2015, 2015-Lunations, Astrology, Holidays, Lunations | Comments Off on Mercury Trine Jupiter 25 December 2015 – Astrology King
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Sanctuary of Horus Behdety

Facebook15Google+5TwitterPinterest222Mercury trine Jupiter in the natal chart gives a broad outlook with a wide and comprehensive knowledge. Your positive attitude and generosity makes you fun to be around. You should enjoy mixing with groups of people and should have no trouble making friends. You are eloquent with refined social skills, and form mutually beneficial friendships. This aspect helps […]

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