For those of you who do not know, this past summer we had five major home heading planets in retrograde. Which is why, from mid March 2019 through summer till October 3rd, 2019, life was so hard. It was hard because it was meant to be hard. It was hard because we as a species were required to transform, transmute, and change. It was hard because we're supposed to be evolving. Evolution is not an easy process. Evolution is a process that takes many, many years to go through. We are the product of evolution just as we are the product of spirituality. No matter your religion, no matter your race, no matter your color, no matter your gender, we are a product of an evolution that has taken place over many millennia.
A retrograde is basically when a planet or several planets move directly to the opposite of earth. A retrograde can be for planets, as well as astroids. These are times where we want to reflect and look into the past. No retrograde is very special, because each and every time there’s a retrograde it’s usually in a sign that is either its own planetary ruler, or its opposite to that, meaning let’s say for example we just had a Neptune retrograde in Pisces. Neptune only goes retrograde once every 160 days.
In 2016, I saw that the astrological community was very divided on who was going to win the presidential elections, but I noticed that these astrologers had one thing in common: their predictions were driven more by bias than astrology. Hillary Clinton supporters were predicting her win, while Trump supporters predicted his win. Not once did I see a Democrat predict Trump's victory, nor did a Republican predict Clinton's. For someone actually wanting to study astrology, it was very disappointing.
On Saturday, September 28th, at 2:26 PM EST, we will have a New Moon at 5'20 degrees of the sign of Libra. Here's what to expect.
In the last few days, the world of science news has experienced fantastic excitement.
Do you want to hold the knowledge of the stars? After this article, you should be able to to go out, observe the night sky, and find the constellation Orion.