Vernal Equinox 2017 (The First Day of Spring) Grand Cross

March 18, 2017 at 7:16 am | Posted in 2017, 5th Harmonic, Annual Repeating Aspects, Astrology, Higher Order Aspects, Patterns, septiles, Special Days | 19 Comments
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Vernal Equinox 2017 (The First Day of Spring) Grand Cross

[As we frequently do, we are likely to tune and update this post through the time of the perfection of the equinox.  Therefore, you might want to check back.]

The Vernal Equinox of 2017 has a Grand Cross pattern in it if you use certain asteroids (and a T-Square otherwise):

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We omit the T-Square variant (which is identical)

A rather peculiar Grand Trine is present (if you are willing to use asteroids and the nodes):

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The 5th Harmonic variant shows significant activity but no patterns of note:

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Our interpretation is that you might have some bright ideas, some particularly useful ones, but this is not a peak time of creativity.  (Nevertheless, opportunities are present if you are a “creative” that you should harness.)

We do see a triangular pattern present in the Septiles, and we believe that this means that this is a good time to help others less fortunate than yourself without expectations of any returns.  You may obtain an important glimpse of the future in the process of giving.

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Although a horary format is not technically appropriate for such an event, we present it anyway for the useful information that can be used in other ways.  One way I like to use it is to reverse engineer: what question would I be asking if I saw a chart like this?

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In this case, the question is something like this: “Can I trust the opinion of my friends about my money/new job?”  The answer is, succinctly, NO!  The Moon is peregrine (thieves, not trustworthy) in the 11th house of Friends and conjunct Saturn; both are at 27 degrees.  The last three degrees of anything are often “fate” and frequently void and generally unfavorable.  And as many as six (or more) are operating together to steer you in the wrong direction.  This is one time to NOT follow the “wisdom of crowds.”  Keep your own counsel!

But the Sun is at 0 degrees (of course!) in the 2nd house of Money, so we do not get a “real answer” about the money / job just yet.  It will come soon enough, maybe in a few days or possibly up to three weeks (after Mercury goes Retrograde and some misplaced message is found or vice versa).  Just persist, and as much as possible keep your plans to yourself.

This is just my interpretation, and surely others would read it differently.  (This is why I encourage checking a number of oracles / opinions.)

We now present the maps.  These are NOT the kind of detailed astrological maps that Kepler provides (or Solar Fire can provide with the “right” options set), but instead the more general maps.  We start with the United States map:

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Noting the triple crossing in Canada, a few hundred miles north of Burlington VT, we think something interesting might happen there.

Here is the UK map:

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And here is the map for Europe:

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We now present the map for India:

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And, now, the map for Japan and Korea:

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And the “zoomed out” map for Southeast Asia:

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Here is Australia and New Zealand:

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And South Africa:

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Finally, we present two versions of world maps:

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Here are the entry / exit times for Sun entering Aries (and leaving) from 1950 until 2050:

Solar Fire v9 Mar 18 2017

Electional Search Results

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

Status: Finished – 101 matches

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Leaves Apr 20 1950 9:59:06 am (CST +6:00)
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Leaves Apr 19 2010 11:29:49 pm (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 20 2011 5:17:25 am (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 19 2012 11:12:04 am (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 19 2013 5:03:17 pm (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 19 2014 10:55:32 pm (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 20 2015 4:41:50 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Mar 19 2016 11:30:09 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 19 2016 10:29:25 am (CDT +5:00)
Enters Mar 20 2017 5:28:36 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 19 2017 4:26:58 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Mar 20 2018 11:15:24 am (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 19 2018 10:12:29 pm (CDT +5:00)
Enters Mar 20 2019 4:58:21 pm (CDT +5:00)
Leaves Apr 20 2019 3:55:11 am (CDT +5:00)
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Leaves Apr 19 2020 9:45:22 am (CDT +5:00)
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2016-03 W13: Forecasts for Week 13 of 2016

March 20, 2016 at 5:56 pm | Posted in 2016, 2016-Lunations, Annual Repeating Aspects, Astrology, Lunations, Patterns, Predictions | 5 Comments
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The Vernal Equinox was March 19th / 20th depending on your location (with Venus conjunct Neptune on the same day), and the next lunation (a Aries / Libra Lunar Eclipse (a special type of Full Moon)) wad on March 23rd (Jupiter perfects a square to Saturn a few hours earlier on the same day).   Jupiter / Saturn has been exerting ongoing influence (especially on the financial markets), and this is the second of three with the first being last fall.

2016-03 W13: Forecasts for Week 13 of 2016

March 2016 (Mars Out)

Archive of Week 12 (W12)

Week 13 (W13)

Sunday March 20th

For the eastern coast of the United States (aka the “East Coast”), the Vernal Equinox occurs today at half past midnight.  (To determine the time for your locale, click here.)   Venus (Pisces) joins Neptune (Pisces), and this is a very good “feel good” day but a terrible day to sign contracts or make long term commitments.  Spiritual endeavors tend to prosper (as long as no long term commitment is involved).  Pluto is active in higher order aspects to Pallas (ingenious plans, especially military in nature) and Vesta (traditions).  Expect issues involving death and dying (or taxes) to surface today and be blended into spirituality.

Monday March 21st

Today is the “Ecclesiastical” beginning of Spring (used as part of the determination of when Easter occurs).  Moon is in Virgo all day and quite active.  Mercury enters Aries in the evening and is void (v/c) prior to that.  Communications and transportation problems may emerge during this window; do not buy a vehicle, computer, or phone during this time.  And, whether we are aware of it or not, we are preparing in some way on some level for what the upcoming Lunar Eclipse (Full Moon Aries / Libra) will bring us.

Moon becomes void only a few hours later, making it difficult to accomplish anything lasting today.  Stick to routine tasks and plans for action after the eclipse on Wednesday.

Tuesday March 22nd

Moon is void in Virgo all day long, entering Libra 10:23 PM PDT / 11:23 PM MDT in the swestern part of the United States.  Again, stick to routine tasks and plans for action after the eclipse on Wednesday.

Wednesday March 23rd

We have a double header with Jupiter Square Saturn today along with the Lunar Eclipse (Full Moon Aries / Libra).  Note that Jupiter / Saturn will perfect again May 26th, and this aspect exerts continuing influence from February 14th of 2016 until October 28th of 2016.  Chances are good this week, maybe today, will mark an important milestone in this window.  The eclipse punctuates that.

Sun conjoins Mercury circa 3:11 PM CDT, and the window form 2:40 PM until 3:40 PM CDT is particularly useful (Cazimi) for key actions involving communications or transportation.  You can buy that car, computer or phone if you can seal the entire deal during this window.

A Hard Rectangle also forms on the 23rd:

 Hard Rectangle Enters   March 23 2016 5:56:47 am (CDT +5:00)
 Hard Rectangle Leaves March 23 2016 3:32:35 pm (CDT +5:00)

Thursday March 24th

Mercury trines Mars today, and you should accomplish all you can prior to Moon becoming void of course after its opposition to Uranus.  The aspect (the opposition) can bring some very smart ideas, but you need to wait until you have more information, some time Friday afternoon (tomorrow), before you attempt to put those into action.  Take this “time off” to do as much research as you can and lay the foundation without making any major commitments to move forward.

Friday March 25th

At 1:10 PM CDT the Moon moves into Scorpio, but you still may want to wait a few hours to put into action your plans from yesterday evening since the Moon is in the “too early to tell” period (also known as a “sign change boundary”).  You MIGHT can make “it” work (whatever “it” is), but the venture will be risky and require significant concentration to make “it” work.

Venus (Pisces) opposes Jupiter (Virgo) and squares Saturn (Sagittarius) today, forming a mutable T-Square.  The T-Square will give you great energy, but mutable T’s are about finishing the tasks at hand (bring them to completion), cleaning up, and laying the groundwork to launch the next major endeavor.

Saturday March 26th

As far as “getting things done” goes, Saturday is a powerhouse, the best day this week.  If you did not launch your new project yesterday, then launch it today and accomplish all you can today.  Set leisure activities aside for another day, and focus on accomplishing the most important tasks today, especially anything part of a larger project.

Sun (Aries) trines Mars (Sagittarius), Venus (Pisces) sextiles Pluto (Capricorn), and the Moon has MOSTLY favorable aspects (two small glitches, one in the early morning hours and one shortly before 8 AM CDT; you can move past these and SHOULD do that).  Get’er done!

Week 14 (W14)

Sunday March 27th

Moon turns void, and yesterday’s windows close.  If you did not achieve completion, then you must put it on hold or stick to routine activities only (possibly at risk even with those).  Today is not a “bad” day, but you will find it difficult to achieve lasting results today.  Use this as a “day of rest” from yesterday and stick to cleaning up and planning for forward action on another day.

2016-03 W12: Forecasts for Week 12 of 2016

March 18, 2016 at 8:30 pm | Posted in 2016, Astrology | 3 Comments
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2016-03 W12: Forecasts for Week 12 of 2016

The Vernal Equinox is March 19th / 20th depending on your location (with Venus conjunct Neptune on the same day), and the next lunation (a Aries / Libra Full Moon) follows on March 23rd (Jupiter perfects a square to Saturn a few hours earlier on the same day).  You already feel Jupiter / Saturn (especially the financial markets do), and this is the second of three with the first being last fall.

Focused Yods are also present this month, and we can “get things done” during these periods (absent other considerations such as v/c moons):

 Focused Yod Enters   March 12 2016 10:52:06 pm (CST +6:00)
 Focused Yod Leaves March 14 2016 12:32:31 pm (CDT +5:00)
 Focused Yod Enters   Mar 17 2016 4:52:40 pm (CDT +5:00)
 Focused Yod Leaves Mar 20 2016 8:53:56 am (CDT +5:00)

March 2016 (Mars Out)

Archive of W11 forecasts

Week 12 (W12)

Sunday March 13th

Moon is v/c from 4:47 AM CDT until 4:04 PM CDT.  Since Daylight Savings Time went into effect overnight, the accompanying void seems somehow appropriate.  Slow down, be careful, avoid major purchases or commitments, and find some time to center yourself as Spring approaches.  Later tonight, after Moon enters Gemini, Moon squares Venus (Pisces) and opposes Mars (Sagittarius) to form a T-Square.  Chances are good that this is much ado about nothing.

Outer Planets: Jupiter (law, legal, higher education, long distance travel, and people related to these topics) perfects a long term opposition to Ceres (prosperity in general and food in particular) and issues related to these “come to a head” either over the weekend (a few days before), today, or in the next few days.  Two outer planet quincunxes perfect, also make this a bit of an unpleasant day.  (Jupiter quincunx Pallas, Chiron quincunx Astraea)

Monday March 14th

International Math Day, Pi Day, or Einstein’s Birthday: take your pick.  (“All of the above” is the right answer here.)  Informally, the Moon forms a very loose grand cross with an opposition to Saturn and squares to Neptune and Jupiter.  You will either accomplish much or nothing at all.  (No in-betweens on this one.)

Mercury squares Saturn, forcing you to pay attention to detail, but the perfection of Venus square Mars distracts you with issues of love and sex (or, if those don’t apply, family, power, & money).  Outer planets are relatively quiet, but Uranus triseptile Juno suggests that a kind move that is helpful to a family member who deserved better treatment in the past is a very good idea today.  But today is very important because of the Diamond Pattern present today along with other patterns.  In fact, the patterns tell us that this may be one of the most important days (or several days) this year, maybe in several years.

A Diamond Pattern (rare) is present today and starts March 14 2016 4:13:20 pm (CDT +5:00) and continues until March 14 2016 8:35:22 pm (CDT +5:00).

A Mystic Rectangle is present late in the day and tomorrow and makes this, possibly, one of the best two days for art and creativity:

Mystic Rectangle Enters Mar 14 2016 9:05:45 pm (CDT +5:00)
Mystic Rectangle Leaves Mar 15 2016 8:08:02 am (CDT +5:00)

A series of Thor’s Hammer Patterns are also present, so watch your temper and focus all that energy into “getting things done” (especially if they are artistic in nature).

Again, the patterns tell us that March 14th of 2016 may be one of the most important days (or several days) this year, maybe in several years.  The entire week is important.  Jupiter Trine Pluto with a Grand Quintile is an important turning point for some people, especially artists and other creatives.  We are setting the stage for the upcoming full moon / lunar eclipse.

Tuesday March 15th (Ides of March)

[Written in retrospective.]  Today a number of important elections occur.  Given the aspects and patterns of Monday and Wednesday, we believe you will see significant changes / events occur.  Mercury (Pisces) opposes Jupiter (Virgo), and Mercury also is sextile Pluto (Capricorn).  The three, together, form a triangular pattern that is yet another indicator of powerful changes.

Venus also perfects a semisquare to Uranus, adding both a sense of urgency and a sense of weirdness to the day.  Capture those unexpected insights if you cannot put them into practice today so that you can followup on them on another day if necessary.  But, if you can, take advantage of the “luck” of perfection of Jupiter Trine Pluto tomorrow to accomplish something amazing.

Wednesday March 16th

Jupiter Trine Pluto perfects today, the second in a series of three.  A Grand Quintile is also present earlier in the day, and that is a rare pattern that can produce powerful insights (genius level) as well as bode well for the development of creative works.  Take advantage of the rare opportunity that today presents as best you can.  Days like today are rare indeed.

Thursday March 17th

We note that the Moon is very busy today, perfecting seven aspects (not including higher order aspects such as quintiles and septiles). The afternoon and evening has a series of lunar trines on this traditional Irish holiday (the date of St. Patrick’s death), and we expect the evening to go well for most people (except anyone who consumes too much in the way of mood altering substances and contributes to an accident or other harmful situation).

Mercury conjunct Chiron today tells us that we have communications and transportation related to health, education or both. Much of today is about processing the earlier three days of the week.

Friday March 18th

A relatively benevolent Moon v/c begins after midnight (Moon Trine Sun) and ends near 4 AM CDT with the entry of the Moon into Leo. The moon is more quiet today than yesterday, with quincunx aspects to Venus (afternoon) and Neptune (evening). You may encounter a few glitches, but for most people they will be forgetten in a day or two and certainly by next week.

Outer planet aspects are far more busy (yesterday was relatively quiet with a Ceres / Uranus aspect bring a surprise regarding our prosperity (“The Visa is maxed out? Again?)).

Mars sesquiquadrate Uranus brings us some sense of urgency (possibly anger) to “get things done.”  Chiron opposite North Node (“Rahu” to some) means it is conjunct the South Node (“Ketu”) and, therefore, we have a temptation to “take the easy way out” or “cut corners” regarding some issue involving healthcare, education, or both.  (Don’t do it!)

Pallas does BiQuintile Hygeia, and we CAN have a brilliant insight into how to solve problems today.  Just focus your efforts, do not get derailed, do not cut corners, and do the work necessary.

Saturday March 19th

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.)

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).  Venus septile Pluto confirms this emphasis on helping others.

Venus novile Uranus provides us with a gift of some sort this evening, an insight or useful skill, likely resulting from helping others (or maybe an insight because we failed to help; those can be hard lessons sometimes).

Week 13 (W13)

 

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

March 18, 2016 at 4:03 pm | Posted in 2016, Annual Repeating Aspects, Astrology, Patterns, Predictions, Weekends | 8 Comments
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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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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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Solar Eclipse of March 2015 and Vernal Equinox (Navigation)

March 18, 2015 at 1:04 am | Posted in 2015-Lunations, Events, Lunations | 14 Comments
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Here are the key pages for the Solar Eclipse of March 20, 2015 and the Vernal Equinox of 2015 (on the same date, but separate events 12 hours apart).

Solar Eclipse of March 20, 2015 (New Moon in Late Pisces)

(Includes Interpretations, astrological charts, and U.S. & World Maps)

Solar Eclipse of March 20, 2015 maps for Canada, UK and Europe, Australia, and India

Solar Eclipse of March 20, 2015 maps for Africa, South America, SE Asia, and Other regions

Vernal Equinox of 2015: The First Day of Spring

(Includes U.S. and World Maps)

Vernal Equinox of 2015: Canada, UK and Europe, Australia, and India and surrounding region

Vernal Equinox of 2015: Africa, South America, SE Asia, and Other regions

Looking for earlier posts, such as the recent exact square of Uranus to Pluto?  Click here.

2015-03 Solar Eclipse World Map (Eclipse Lines) 2015-03-20

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Vernal Equinox of 2015: Africa, South America, SE Asia, and Other Maps

March 18, 2015 at 12:03 am | Posted in Astrology | 2 Comments
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Here are maps for Africa, South America, SE Asia, and Other Maps.

Here is the map for Africa:

Vernal Equinox 2015 Africa Map 2015-03-20

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Here is the map for South America:

Vernal Equinox 2015 South America Map 2015-03-20

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Here is the map for the West Indies:

Vernal Equinox 2015 West Indies Map 2015-03-20

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Here is the map for Southeast Asia:

Vernal Equinox 2015 SE Asia Map 2015-03-20

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Here is the map for Japan:

Vernal Equinox 2015 Japan Map 2015-03-20

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You may find this navigation page to be helpful.

Vernal Equinox of 2015: Maps for Canada, UK and Europe, Australia, and India and surrounding region

March 17, 2015 at 11:42 pm | Posted in Astrology | 2 Comments
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We present, here, the maps for Canada, UK and Europe, Australia, and India and surrounding region.  We will update these as the Equinox approaches.

First, Canada:

Vernal Equinox 2015 Canada Map 2015-03-20

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Here is the map for the United Kingdom and Europe:

Vernal Equinox 2015 UK and Europe Map 2015-03-20

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Here is the map for Australia and New Zealand:

Vernal Equinox 2015 Australia Map 2015-03-20

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Here is the map for India and the surrounding region:

Vernal Equinox 2015 India Map 2015-03-20

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You may find this navigation page to be helpful.

Navigation: March 2015 Posts

March 10, 2015 at 1:26 am | Posted in 2015, 2015-Lunations, Astrology, Events, Lunations | 5 Comments
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Recent posts of upcoming events that might interest you:

Other posts visitors have viewed:

We add this page because some of these posts are quite long, and navigation to them can be challenging for some visitors.

Vernal Equinox of 2015: The First Day of Spring

March 6, 2015 at 10:53 am | Posted in 2015, 2015-Lunations, Astrology, Lunations | 9 Comments
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Here is the chart for the Vernal Equinox of 2015.  In terms of traditional (and modern) Western Astrology, the Vernal Equinox marks the beginning of Spring.  The equinox is one of eight key dates that repeat each year.

 Vernal Equinox 2015 2015-03-20 Plano TX

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Please note that this shift, and it is a major shift astrologically, occurs about an hour after the peak time for the Solar Eclipse on the same date and less than a week after the final Uranus Square Pluto exact square (in that series).  You may find the links to maps on this navigation page to also be useful.

Vernal Equinox 2015 2015-03-20 Windemere ME

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We also present the chart for Windemere, ME, within a few minutes of the Descendant line (Sun on 7th house cusp as it enters Aries):

If you are able to travel, take your Equinox celebration “seriously,” and are located in the United States, then Windemere (located about halfway between Augusta and Bangor) is the place to be for this particular Equinox.  However, some alternatives do exist.

Speaking of such alternatives, here is the world map (Solar Maps):

Vernal Equinox 2015 World Map 2015-03-20

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And here is the United States map:

Vernal Equinox 2015 US Map 2015-03-20

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Here is the detailed map (Kepler) for the United States:

VernalEquinox2015Vernal-US-Map-2015-03-20

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Looking for maps of Canada, UK & Europe, Australia, or India?  Click here.  For other maps (Africa, South America, and SE Asia), click here.

You may find this navigation page to be helpful.

Here are some links you may find interesting:

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