Astronomically: The week of March 15, 2017, highlighting Sedna


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Sedna makes a Yod to the Sun/Vulcanus with the apex at Jupiter in the second house of the Nation’s debt and use of its natural resources.  The midpoint seems to be Uranus 23.09 Aries, a Man dreaming in wakeful awareness.

Sun in Pisces, Moon in Virgo

Sunday March 12, 2017

  1. Mars Opposition Transiting Apollon 7:57 am EDT
  2. Mercury square Saturn 8:09AM EDT
  3. Full Moon 10:53AM EDT at 22°Vir13′
  4. Mercury square Cupido 10:08PM EDT
  5. Pallas enters sidereal Pisces 10:35PM EDT

Monday March 13, 2017

  • Mercury contra-parallel Chiron 3:35AM EDT,
  • Mercury sextile Admetos 5:26AM EDT,
  • Mercury trine Vulcanus 5:49AM EDT
  • Mars sextile south node 5:55AM EDT
  • Venus parallel Ceres 6:15AM EDT
  • Mercury enters tropical Aries 5:07PM EDT
    • Tropical Aries is what most people are referring to when they say “Sun in Aries.” This type of astrology is called tropical astrology, as opposed to sideral,  & is based on the Earth’s four seasons. Each year, the first day of spring (the vernal equinox or Sun in Aries) marks the beginning of the tropical zodiac.

 

Tuesday March 14, 2017

  • sun parallel Eris 2:34AM EDT
  •  sun enters sidereal Pisces 5:42AM EDT
  • Mercury quincunx Transpluto 7:09AM EDT
  • Neptune sextile Ceres 12:12PM EDT
  • Venus square Juno 1:03PM EDT
  • Mercury quincunx Apollon 2:33PM EDT

Wednesday March 15, 2017

  1. Sun sextile Sedna 1 11:06AM EDT
  2. Sedna sextile Vulcanus
  3. Vulcanus conjunct Sun

Thursday March 16, 2017

  • Mercury parallel Chiron 1:15AM EDT
  • Mercury square Hades 4:04AM EDT
  • sun contra-parallel Mercury 6:22AM EDT
  • Venus square Astraea 7:50AM EDT
  • Mars sextile Hades 2PM EDT
  • sun contra-parallel Chiron 5:34PM EDT

Friday March 17, 2017

  • Uranus conjunct Eris 2:44AM EDT at 22°Ar54′,
  • Mercury contra-parallel Eris 3:48AM EDT
  •  Mercury contra-parallel Pallas 8:22AM EDT
  • sun square Saturn 5:47PM EDT

Saturday March 18, 2017

  • Venus square Kronos 3:52AM EDT,
  • Hades stations direct 5:07AM EDT at 4°Can50′
  • Mercury conjunct Venus 8:26AM EDT at 9°Ar05
  • Mercury square Kronos 9:42AM EDT,
  • Sun square Cupido 5:32PM EDT

Sunday March 20, 2017

  • Mars trine Hygeia 1:48AM EDT
  •  Jupiter square Vesta 5:31AM EDT,
  • Mercury square Astraea 7:11AM EDT,
  • sun trine Vulcanus 7:11AM EDT
  • sun sextile Admetos 8:22AM EDT
  • Venus parallel Transpluto 6:57PM EDT
  • Mercury square Juno 11PM EDT

Sedna Notes*

Sedna was discovered on November 14th, 2003 at 17 degrees of  Taurus 58 that has the Sabian Symbol of “A Battle between swords & torches, ” with its exaltation of  “commonplace activity.”  It is  one of the most distant bodies found in our solar system and its closest approach to the sun is greater than Pluto’s normal distance from Earth. Sedna’s orbit is about 2,300 years shy of an exact match to the half cycle of a precession,  the direction of the earth’s axis when pointing to the same spot in space.  This ignores the Earth’s gravitational wobble but was used historically because they did not know, pre-Galileo, about Solar gravitational waves.

Sedna, named for an Inuit goddess who was mulitated,  shows on the chart where a person either suffers victimization or has great fear.  When positively aligned in the chart, Sedna suggests that the person has learnt in life how to handle these issues.

The highlighted picture is from NASA of dwarf planet Sedna.

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