by Robert Wilkinson
I’ve posted so much recently that many important articles slipped downstream quickly. Today I’ve gathered those that are still timely and relevant together in a one stop shop.
We’ll start with two articles about the last Winter Solstice. Yes, it’s still relevant!! The charts for the Solstices and Equinoxes are said to indicate the “weather” for the next 90 days, and we still have about 30 to go before the Vernal (Spring) Equinox. So it may be worth checking out to see how the past 60 days have reflected what was in the Winter Solstice chart.
Then I wrote something back in December about what our “emergent ascension” looks like. A shift definitely happened at the last Winter Solstice, and we’ve now begun to move into a new evolutionary era that will bridge the Age of Pisces with the Age of Aquarius. Want to know what to look for?
On a related note, here’s Dancing On the Edge of Time As We Enter A New Age
We now proceed to a couple of articles I did a little while ago about what we can expect over the next few months now that Jupiter is direct in motion. It bears a new look, since things will be quickening tremendously between now and July!
This one was published just a couple of weeks ago, but it still bears a new look if you want to see how the traits of each sign are related to the previous one and next one.
And though we have a Full Moon at 8 Virgo-Pisces coming on February 25, 12:26 pm PST, 8:26 pm Greenwich, it’s good to remember that a Full Moon only brings the seed of the previous New Moon to culmination. So you may want to take a new look at these recent New Moon articles:
We’ll close this review with the first two articles outlining what we can expect if Saturn is conjunct a planet or our Ascendant, and which Ascendants have been most heavily impacted over the past 12 years.
Part 3 was posted just a little while ago, so I’m not including it here. But you can certainly go back and check it out if you want to know what Saturn square or opposition a planet might mean in your life.
Anyway, there you have it! I trust that taking another look at some of these will fill in some questions that you may have forgotten you had. And like my personal sessions, you’ll get more each time you read these, so enjoy!
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