The Septile Circular: April 2021

April's septile weather came to play hardball. Brace yourself: expansive visions and more are forthcoming. The month falls into two "halves", bifurcated by the blockbuster final biseptile between Uranus and Pluto late on the 11th. Both sides of the month, however, find planets in an intricate, septile-dance with one another. The First "Half" The first decan of April glides by gently, with a handful of planetary aspects. The Sun and Venus, having toured most of the outer planets in March, two-stepping as they neared their superior conjunction, channel higher power Jupiter by the 5th and the North lunar node by the 10th. With Venus, expect spirit and insight carrying to you on the wings of doves (read: sexy gods are sexy and beautiful, you may find yourself experiencing moments or messages of unearthly love). Writing this in hindsight: her applying septile to Jupiter may have been felt less with the perfection than several hours prior, when the Moon

The Septile Circular: March 2021

March's septile weather is one of antici... Uranus-Pluto After stationing direct and just as he began to separate from his square with Saturn in the last half of February, Uranus regained speed to begin tightening the distance to his final biseptile to Pluto. Now the two planets, within one-and-a-half degree orb, will fall under one degree orb by mid-March, and under half a degree orb by the start of April. These transcendental planets are the psychic rhythm section for the month ahead - as they have been since the middle of 2018. Every planetary aspect and lunar ping to these Titans plucks the chord activated the same day as the lunar eclipse of July 27, 2018 at 4 Aquarius, on the South Node with Mars, which were 1-3° square to Uranus. I should also note that first aspect occurred two weeks after a solar eclipse which was to-the-degree opposite Pluto, reflecting that this biseptile is the "fruit" of the Uranus-Pluto square which occupied the first half of the past de