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The Septile Circular: August 2020

Are you ready for things to heat up in August? Because the septile weather we have this month is a test drive for what we're getting in October and November, plus 2021, and it comes at us straight out the gate.
But before we get into that... I want to point to the #SeptilePing'ing over on Twitter. Speaking from a very recent transit, I received confirmation of what septiles do to begin with. My experience was one of massive downloads of insight in a very tiny timeframe, more than I felt my human capacity might contain or could only come to after a very long process of slow accretion. The experience was based on both objects in the aspect being partile conjunct a natal biseptile. The natal placements described the long-term meaning for me while the transit objects described how it emerged, further enhanced by the dignity of an object in each of the pairs. Given my affection for these aspects, you'd be correct in thinking this isn't the first time this has happened to me…

The Septile Circular: July 2020

Greetings, dear reader!

I'm going to make an executive decision this month and push-off the analysis of previous outer-planet 7H-heavy years until next month's circular, or flat-out decouple it from these circulars. My focus and interest is squarely on COVID-19/USA Pluto return stuff right now - and something tells me you might be interested there also. If I can get analysis of 2020 completed, then that topic can rest until 2021 approaches - and then in the meanwhile we can get a better sense of what's to come when the 7H aspects get intense this autumn.

So! Sweet but not quite quick, there are two interesting things going on this month:
Saturn septile Neptune, both retrograde (#2 of 3 this year)The complete absence of any non-lunar septiles between June 30th and July 6th this year. Followed by a rather quiet month for the same, in general. Firstly, to Saturn-Neptune: the first Saturn-Neptune biseptile emerged the last week of January, perfecting itself the second week of F…