Tuesday, July 3, 2012
It'll hit my 2 Virgo Sun in my 5th. I'm in the process of a long distance move (not abroad) from a place where I've been very unhappy and felt that I had lost myself. I suspect that with the hope that I have that I'm leaving, I'll find myself again - or at least explore who I've become in a more positive light. Maybe even a brand new me (Uranus will Rx over my ASC). There is definitely an ending with this phase of my life, and on to a new one.
My natal Mercury/Venus will be conjunct transiting Mars which is connected to the eclipse. I don't know if that will have much of an effect.
Friday, February 15, 2013
It falls in my 2nd House, and it doesn't aspect much in my chart - which kinda disappointed me, because I kind of appreciate the impact eclipses can have on a person's life - acceleration, transformation, radical realization. But alas, the only aspect is a trine to my natal Saturn/Uranus conjunction in late Sagittarius. Hmmm... It doesn't seem too exciting to me.
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Monday, April 19, 2010
Natal Uranus at 25Leo57, 9th house. Chiron at 27Aquarius, 3rd house.
Sun at 0Sag16, 12th house.
T-square, extraordinaire. Ha-Ha-Ha. Ha!!
Like a toaster next to the tub while taking a nice, sudsy soak. Throw in the minor 3.6 earthquake.
Perception alterization, Captain Kirk.
Scotty says he giving it all she's got.
My question is:
Who the hell is she?
And, what does she got...
Friday, May 23, 2014
Hitting my natal 29 degree Leo Sun on the 11th house. I just got done with a phone interview with a new company. Maybe I'll be joining this new group of folks by the time of the eclipse who knows. This eclipse isn't the predictable type of energy so I have no idea. Looking forward for my place in the spotlight lol, been a people pleasing Libra-ASC for so long forgot how much of a Leo I'm suppose to naturally be.
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Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
My sixth house! It sextiles Chiron, trines Jupiter, squares Pholus, opposes Juno, inconjuncts my north node (dubious!) and has a wide- ish conjunct with Nessus.
Chiron, Jupiter and to an extent Juno are all related to a thought process that I have which is offset some of my other planets. These do also relate to transiting Uranus.
I am getting quite excited about this solar eclipse. Two possibilities of course. Something could happen or nothing could happen. Both include a fair degree of tension.
According to the mainstream idea of eclipses the first planet that crosses the eclipse point afterward activates the eclipse. Mercury crosses it September the 1st and Mars crosses it after its conjunct Mercury September the 4th!
Possibly, this is all to do with North Korea. The lunar was on the country's Pluto, the Solar is on it's Saturn, Mercury hits it on September 1st the DAY the US will have pulled their people out:
So that's the first day the US, or the UN can say "We declare war".
Mars crossing that point on September 4th could be the actual going to war!
Thursday, February 19, 2009
The solar eclipse will be in my 4th house. It is hitting my cradle aspect pattern, conjunct Pluto, sextile Saturn & Neptune, trine Mercury, and opposing Venus & Mars. The most precise aspect is a semi sextile to my 28,43 moon.
It looks like an emotional roller ride in the household. The trines and sextiles help soften the opposition in a cradle pattern. Neptune helps.
Friday, November 7, 2014
unsure if this would be an appropriate place to post but Usain Bolt's Sun is @ 28 degree Leo I think it may be just a cramp, but an odd way to finish a career. Not to imply that any way to finish a career is fortuitous or unfortunate.
Sunday, February 7, 2016
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Another crop circle talks about the eclipse:
On my birthday!
First a small bundle of wheat has been laid outward, then another small bundle of wheat has been laid inward, then outward, then inward again, for approximately 55 times as we proceed around the centre of this new crop picture, and with the precise shape of an eight-sided “octagon”. Might such a feature be intended to match the 56 “Aubrey holes”, once used to predict eclipses at Stonehenge?
We cannot know for sure, but until we actually see some “men with rope and boards” construct a highly-detailed motif such as this in the dead of night, while working quickly to avoid detection, and not leaving any noticeable traces of human activity behind afterward (such as broken plants in the nearby tramlines), then we should not believe any trivial or unlikely explanations for what has been observed here.
This circle is really quite intellectually fantastic!
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
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