In certain aspects, astrology may appear to be a scientific discipline. Using scientific understanding of heavenly bodies, together with scientific-sounding instruments such as star charts, it attempts to predict the future. People use astrology to develop expectations about future events and people's personalities, much like scientific theories generate expectations about the future and people's personalities. Furthermore, others believe that astrology is supported by empirical data, namely the personal accounts of those who have found it to be effective for them. Is astrology, even with all of its scientific trappings, a reliable method of answering issues in the real world? This is your astrology answers.
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Is Saturn in Capricorn responsible for the eradication of the Love Zombie virus? As in, everyone who would have been at danger is now far too wise or careworn to even entertain the notion of having a stupid infatuation on someone who is unavailable or deranged? Possibly.
But what if it comes back in a vengeful rage once Saturn has left Capricorn? When it comes to L.Z. syndrome, Neptune — the primary astro-culprit – is already quite active in Pisces. In 2022, the maximalist Jupiter will enter the sign of Pisces, magnifying the Neptunian and Piscean vibes in a manner comparable to the heightened Saturn + Pluto impact of 2019 and early 2020.
Since the previous time Jupiter and Neptune were in Pisces, events like as the second Opium War, the availability of cocaine, arsenic, and morphine in pharmacies, and the rise of the spiritualist movement have taken place. Newspapers such as the British Spiritualist Telegraph covered topics such as spirit rapping, clairvoyance, aura reading, self-levation, and earth currents, among other things. Seances were a typical occurrence in social gatherings.
As a result, there is plenty of opportunity for Neptunian mischief in 2022. It will even have several Mars-Neptune squares since Mars will be in Gemini from August 2022 to March 2023, which means it will have multiple Mars-Neptune squares! It's going to be the epicenter of paranormal romance, love zombies, and odd dating. All of this came to me because I came upon the juiciest excerpt from a poem and immediately thought about how wonderful it would have been during my Love Zombie days.
There is a 13th sign in the Zodiac, but is it a true sign? The quick answer is "no," and the long answer is "kind of." What is the lengthy answer?
Isn't this a piece of old news? Yes! Since its first appearance in January 2011, the topic has resurfaced on a regular basis, consuming large amounts of news and social media space each time.
NASA claims that astrologers, Babylonians, and Sagittarians either suppressed or were too stupid to discover the 13th sign of the Zodiac - Ophiuchus – because they were too busy observing the other signs of the Zodiac. Adding the "missing" Zodiac sign makes it so that the dates of every Zodiac sign are changed, making you (quick intake of breath) appear to be something other than an X.
The fact that this (recycled) tale has emerged during a decade that has seen extraordinary breakthroughs in astrophysics and archaeoastronomy is incomprehensible.. The recurrence is due to the fact that it is simple - no one is looking for a nuanced opinion from astrological experts such as Deborah Houlding, for instance. It ensures that readers will participate in the comments area of newspaper websites. Capricorns who are displeased alone produce millions of page impressions.
In addition, Ophiuchus is shown as the Serpent Bearer and is associated with Asclepius, the God of Healing, in Greek mythology. The Daily Dystopian, on the other hand, has a more attractive tone than the majority of the stories it publishes.
However, it also serves as a means for self-styled'skeptics' to discredit astrology. They do it with plant medicine as well - a bad response involving echinacea receives far more attention than the effectiveness of the herb or the side effects of pharmaceutical medications.
On be on the safe side, here is my comprehensive guide to Ophiuchus and the fascinating possibilities it conjures.
Is it possible for a planet traveling through the same sign as a natal planet to increase that planet's effects? Yes, there is a fuq.
I'm not sure whether this counts as a "Ask Mystic," because I already have Mars in Capricorn as part of my natal chart.
This implies that it will increase a quality (either a strength or a weakness) that already exists in my chart.
For example, it's located in my third home. When it comes to communication, am I going to be more assertive (and successful!) throughout the trip?
And, more importantly, will this reduce or mellow down after Mars enters Aquarius?
Yes, without a doubt. In the case of a person who was born with Venus in Scorpio, for example, every time Venus passes through that constellation again, their Venusian vibe is amplified.
When the planet is precisely where it was when you were born, that is when you are said to be experiencing a planetary return. The Solar Return happens on your birthday, the famed Saturn Return comes once every 28/29 years, and the Uranus Return occurs once every 84 years.
The Lunar Return, which occurs when the Moon is in the same location as it was at the time of your birth, is a brief but poignant opportunity to tune into your precise, specific emotional frequency, free of outside influences.
The less well-known Mercury, Venus, and Mars returns, on the other hand, are spectacular. Having a planet in the same sign as your natal sign is not as dramatic or even a formal 'transit,' but it does increase the volume of the planet's influence. Whatever your natal song is, it's going to be louder now.
In your situation, Mars is already powerful due to the fact that it is in Capricorn; nonetheless, Mars returning to the scene (Mars returns every two years) aggravates your irritable zones while stimulating your ambition.
It's possible that you're at Grudge Flashpoint or that you're conducting a campaign against barriers that you've suddenly identified as a danger. Both?
I'm in the midst of a soul-searching report problem. After being in love with my closest friend for about a year, I made the awful error of writing a soulmating report for us (which was absolutely fantastic, with tons of great information!). There are 14 links, North Node conjunctions, and trines galore on our network. My buddy, on the other hand, is already married, and because they are unable to be with me, I began seeing someone a few months ago.
I made a bad error by obtaining a soulmating report for my new spouse and myself, which was my second awful mistake. But I was surprised to find out that we only have two connections, and one of them is Venus Square Saturn, which is as much of a warning as anything else. The fact that I had so many connections to my closest buddy startled me since I had no idea how rare it was to have so many ties to one's greatest friend. Now I'm in a pickle when it comes to love. I'm not sure what to do with the friend's report. Should I ignore it and pretend it never occurred, and hope things work out with the new partner despite the fact that the stars appear to imply I have the strongest ties with my unavailable bestie?
Respectfully, yours truly,
Is it time to start the game? Is it possible that the conjunction of Saturn and Pluto will wreak havoc on your business like an illegal planetary saboteur? No. Continue reading to find out why.
The decision on whether or not I will be able to go to a foreign nation and begin my dream career will be made public in the coming weeks.
My career and personal development have been on hold for the past four years while I tirelessly climb a metaphorical mountain while also focusing on my own personal development. The ascent has been difficult, really difficult. I had left so much behind at base camp, and I had peeled away so many garments as I made my way up the mountain. It was all worth it because not only have I gained a variety of talents along the road and demonstrated to myself what I am capable of when I set my mind to it, but the scenery is just breathtaking.
All in front of me is everything I've ever dreamed of in terms of location, job, and way of life.
The Saturn and Pluto conjunction on my Ascendant, however, casts a shadow straight over me, and this shadow will last for the rest of my life. I'm concerned that Saturn and Pluto may rain down on my parade and cause me to tumble all the way back down the mountainside. They are also both conjunct my natal Saturn, which is a good thing.
Is the Saturn-Pluto Conjunction a Saboteur in the Making?
Greetings, Mountaineer in Peril,
Herzlichen Glückwunsch for your rise! When you're on the verge of crossing a threshold, you get a little nervous. In addition, the Saturn Pluto combination increases the likelihood of experiencing professional vertigo by thrice. Performance anxiety or security worries, which are Saturn fuel, are deeply charged, triggering earlier, more chthonic anxieties that are triggered by Saturn fuel. Thank you very much, Uncle Pluto.
A conjunction of Saturn and Pluto on your Ascendant represents gravitas and authority. This energy is being channeled and embodied by you. If you're like those mountain goats who find their peace zone on the toughest slopes, nibbling on Alpine daisies, you've got some traction.
Saturn and Pluto have finished their alignment, and everyone will feel a sense of calm: it is a time of heavy energy. However, much of it is broader cultural and societal in scope, and hence beyond our individual desires. A crisis of leadership seeking an opportunity; nature and money seeking sustainable, sane government; and the end of a certain era are all factors contributing to the current situation.
However, your case appears to be more like to Upper Limit Syndrome. You've crossed an unseen line, and the fact that you done so is triggering a primordial alert system that you didn't even know existed. Something is nagging at the back of your mind, warning you that you are about to get into trouble if you venture outside your comfort zone.
It's a well-known condition. As a result, I recommend that you grab some Pluto Juice and read The Big Leap. Although the wording may not blow your mind, the author is the master of this topic.
Then you may start to work on investigating your prospective new power base in whichever city you happen to be working in. And have a look at the words of Helene Cixous, which follow. The fact that she was born with natal Jupiter in Capricorn opposing natal Pluto in Cancer, with both planets square the Moon in Aries, means she is familiar with the terrain. A Cardinal T-Square is also known as a Cardinal T-Square.
For one, astrology is solely about your solar sign, and for another, astrology is a rapidly vanishing profession. We've observed a rise in interest in astrology among Generation Z and millennials in recent years. It's possible that this is due to planetary alignments; Pluto and Saturn have natal positions in both of their charts. Millennials are open to new ideas and are willing to embrace a variety of viewpoints. Their exposure to knowledge has increased as a result of growing up in the internet age. Millennials are also a better-educated generation than previous generations. The majority of astrologers hold several advanced degrees and are quite intelligent.
For one, astrology is solely about your solar sign, and for another, astrology is a rapidly vanishing profession. We've observed a rise in interest in astrology among Generation Z and millennials in recent years. It's possible that this is due to planetary alignments; Pluto and Saturn have natal positions in both of their charts. Millennials are open to new ideas and are willing to embrace a variety of viewpoints. Their exposure to knowledge has increased as a result of growing up in the internet age. Millennials are also a better educated generation than previous generations. The majority of astrologers hold several and advanced degrees and are quite intelligent.
As Annabel Gat points out, "Astrology is founded on a language of archetypes that are interpreted by humans, therefore it is, by its very nature, faulty." She goes on to argue that your sun sign horoscope – which is your primary sign and the basis for the majority of internet daily horoscopes – is quite restrictive. According to the author, "it does not take into consideration any of the other unique positions that people have in their charts." For one thing, as Chris Brennan points out, "daily columns take the entire sign into consideration as a whole, even if it is different for those born at the beginning of a sign against those born at the end of a sign — Scorpios born in late October versus Scorpios born in mid-November."
The original purpose of astrology, on the other hand, was to provide an individual with information about the course of his or her life based on the positions of the planets and the zodiacal signs (the 12 astrological constellations) at the time of his or her birth or conception, a practice known as horoscope reading. The core procedures of astrology were derived from this study, which was known as genethlialogy (casting nativities) at the time. General, catarchic, and interrogatory astrology are the three primary subcategories of astrology that evolved following genethlialogy.