At 10:36 (CEDT-2) the Sun returned to its most favourite sign, Leo, where it can express its most bountiful qualities.
At last we have witnessed the final eclipse of this confusing eclipse season, where nothing made any sense at all. The week leading up to the lunar eclipse was especially tense and volatile.
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Astrology for June Less than 9 hours after the start of summer, the annular eclipse occurred in the […]
Today was a special day in the sky. While Venus passed very close to the Sun, retrograde Venus was at its closest to Earth.
This week there are three planets changing direction from direct to retrograde, first one was Saturn.
After a year and a half, the nodal axis has shifted from Cancer/Capricorn to Gemini/Sagittarius. Read more about what this means…
Planet Pluto has changed its course and has been retrograde since Saturday. It will last till the beginning of October. Read more here about how this will affect us.
The great Jupiter and Pluto conjunction occurred in the early hours at 24° 53’ Capricorn. This is their first conjunction, in June there’s a retrograde phase and then the final direct conjunction at 22° 52’ Capricorn.
Early in the morning Saturn entered Aquarius. No one could have anticipated how literally it was going to manifest in our society.
Mercury has already begun its apparent retrograde journey through the sign of Pisces. In Pisces Mercury has its fall, an unfavourable position; in its retrograde phase even more.