The Septile Circular: October 2020

October's 7th harmonic weather lightens a little from September. We aren't getting bombarded with super-heavy days as we otherwise have been all summer. But the respite we had from outer planet-to-outer planet aspects is over.

Before we get to heavy hitters, let's review the month ahead.

With the outer planets being in rough 7H relationship to one another, the Sun and other quick-movers will end up contacting them all in quick measure now. The Sun, who already contacted Jupiter in September, will make short work of Pluto on the 2nd, then Saturn, Uranus and Neptune on the 5th through 7th. Expect messages from the deep and the world's shadow coming to light via synchronicity, followed by a few news cycles illustrating the powers at work and the beyond-human-limits overwhelm they inspire. Uranus and Neptune might also be good days for outer space news.

Venus and Mars have a dance this month. First they take a spin with Juno and Ceres on the 17th, meet in the middle for a …

The Septile Circular: September 2020

September's 7th harmonic astrology ramps up in quantity of exact aspects in comparison to other months in 2020, with nearly 160 hitting us. There's a lot of static in the air from these, in addition to all the other astrology occurring. That said, this month's aspects are more small-ball than anything else.

There's very little on the solely-outer-planet front this month. We have the lingering, refranating Uranus-Neptune opening septile as part of the Cataract pattern with Saturn (Saturn=catarrh, Uranus=ACT!, Neptune=where did I leave my glasses again?), as described in last month's circular. The septile in question has been going since the end of July, came within 1 degree of orb in the middle of August and peaks without perfecting by September 20th, and then fades out over the next couple months, to resume in 2021. But a reminder as we get distracted by other major astrology and world events as the year winds down: Saturn in this pattern could well be a stabilizin…