Sep 20

Artcharts Astro Transit Tracker > September 21 – 27, 2015

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NYC Block Party photo thanks to Bobby William

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Here are the TRANSITING ASPECTS for this week
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Nov 05

How to keep moving forward – as Jupiter stations Retrograde @ Fall/Winter Midpoint – November 7, 2013

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November 7, 2013
Jupiter stations Retrograde
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Sun @ 15 Scorpio – the midpoint between Fall Equinox and Winter Solstice

We are exactly between Autumn EQUINOX and Winter SOLSTICE.

This is one of the 1/8-of-the-wheel holidays.

We’re in the exact middle of the FALL season – a festival for the senses. time for eating apples and squash – taste the essence of FALL. feel the inspiration of the FALL colors – experience the essence of FALL.

And on the same day —

Jupiter is making its yearly Retrograde station. Continue reading

Sep 19

Autumn Equinox: balancing your act

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Autumn Equinox
September 22, 2012
@ 10:49 am EDT

Sun enters Libra

Equinox is a BALANCE point.

All things being equal and balanced at Equinox, why are some more equal than others? And why are so many of us feeling anything BUT balance at this time of planetary equality? And more important – how can we get back in balance.

From a point of balance, anything is possible…

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Aug 04

MidSummer Madness & Mercury Direct

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On August 6, 2012, we will be at the exact midpoint between Summer Solstice and Fall Equinox.

Pagans celebrate the early harvest at Lammas — the midpoint of Summer and Fall. Like Ground Hog’s Day, May Day, and Halloween, Lammas is 45 degrees on the wheel of the seasons, and therefore a point of manifestation.

or —

Sun @ 15 Leo 00

August 6 @ 10:30:33 pm EDT

This is a RED ALERT chart – a continuation of the Lunar Eclipse chart of June 4 – map and chart included in this post.

A few hours later– Mercury stations Direct

Mercury Direct on August 7 @ 1:40 am EDT

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