Wednesday, April 29th, the Moon begins the day in Cancer, goes void-of-course at 2:29 PM and remains void until 8:06 PM when Luna enters Leo and is no longer void-of-course. Moon trine Neptune, 2:12 AM: This aspect should help us sleep more soundly and allow us to connect to the dream world more easily. […]
Daily Panchang – April 29th, 2020 Vaishakh Month of hindu calendar, 6th day – Shashthi, Shukla Paksha, Nakshtra at the time of Sun rise in Punarvasu and will be till 02:01 Hrs (IST) on 30-04-2020, Moon will move in Pushya nakshtra at 02:01 Hrs (IST) on 30-04-2020.
2020-04-29 : Moon in Cancer moves void then into Leo; Sun biseptile Jupiter; Higher order Mercury aspects
Today is effectively two days compacted into one, and arguable three. Before 2:27 PM CDT, Moon is in Cancer and has a number of statements to make. Moon in Cancer is the strongest possible position for the Moon, so we need to pay attention. Chances are good that we will have some kind of shift involving the petroleum industry.
But after the void, things go sideways. Some prosper and some do not.
Moon enters Leo, and stays in “too early to tell” (as the horary practitioners call the early degrees of a sign) through the end of the day (midnight).
Mercury (Helio) forms seven (7) aspects. Five are in the novile and undecile family (moments of brief but intense insight), one is a quintile to Hygeia (indicating…
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If you are new to astrology, you learn pretty quickly that there are numerous ways to interpret your own natal chart. From which Zodiacal positions you use to which house system you employ to whether or not you include the three outer planets of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto or the many asteroids floating around in […]
Some of your points are similar to comments I added to the previous re-blog (the one your post follows). I believe you are completely on target: because they are writing to meet the demands of an audience, certain forecasters have problems inherently built into their forecasts.
And God forbid my father reads this – he’s an astrologer and he’d be very heartbroken. But really, I check my monthly, weekly, sometimes even daily horoscope from multiple sources just so I can prepare for what life has in store for me and not once did they give me a warning about what’s happening […]
Good points. But newspaper astrologers never publish bad news; they would lose their readership. And they do not provide long term forecasts for the same reason: they need people to read every day to make money. And you are right about those who make long term forecasts making the wrong interpretation. They need to admit that they got it wrong. I do.
See, also: (2017) “A Followup to a few Election Predictions….”
(2 out of 3, but you were right that it was a virus and not a war, at least not YET, as of April , 2020. I note that I was almost wrong about the recession, what I described as a “particularly bad ‘crash’ is facing us after a dishwater tepid ‘recovery.‘” Where it will go remains to be seen. But U.S. Presidents, as a collective, have historically entered wars after recessions.)
One other thing, “skeptics” love to shoot at astrologers and their predictions. But “experts” in more mundane channels (aka “pundits”) tend to have MISERABLE performance records. I encourage to explore beyond the boundaries of astrology to see just how bad their performances can be:
The fact of the matter is that all of these, both newspaper astrologers and “mainstream media” pundits, have to address the biases and desires of their respective audiences. If they do not write the kinds of things their audiences want to hear, then they lose money.
One other thing, I began re-blogging the work of other astrologers (and, later, tarot card readers, numerologists, and others) so that the READER could decide for themselves what they did, or did not, believe. No one personality dominates, not even my own.
Your article is well-written. And I do not think it is “wrong” except for this one important problem: singling out astrologers for this kind of behavior is unfair when virtually all others in the media do the same thing, albeit without interpretations of “the stars.”
One last link: “Overall, the “experts” struggled to perform better than ‘dart-throwing chimps’, and were consistently less accurate than even relatively simple statistical algorithms. This was true of liberals and conservatives, and regardless of professional credentials.” (Just in case the link breaks: Source: Harvard Business Review.)
I could write more, but I need to take a break so that I can go hunt for my dart board.
Libra Moon shows you through others (external) where you feel powerless and how to bring that back to balance. Full Moon in air sign Libra, communication, conversation and information, will be important to the future path ahead. Moon in Libra and Sun in Aries, the axes of me and others, it’s what’s outside of you, […]
Mercury conjunct Venus will happen on March 18th, 2017 at 12:26:43 UT (07:26:43 EST) in tropical Aries, sidereal and constellational Pisces.
These two planets are never more than 76 arcdegrees apart, therefore they can only form the conjunctions, semi-sextiles, semi-squares, sextiles and quintiles but not the square, trine nor opposition.
The conjunction between Aries Mercury and Aries Venus often ’makes’ the person cheerful and companionable with a good-natured disposition and a desire for society. It also ’gives’ the ability for music and poetry, but it is a pretty characteristic indication in the radix charts of highly gifted inventors / reformers in science, technics or art, as well as it may endow people with idealistic thought or missionary zeal. Without grave disharmonic aspects, if these planets are not staying in the 6th, 8th or 12th house, this is a general indication of success in salesmanship for such people can be very…
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