Out the Comet's Ass

Astrology Blog Copyright 2006-13, All Rights Reserved

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

The Scary Total Lunar Eclipse Bell

Today the Dow plummeted about 270 points. Wonder what will happen tomorrow when the Stock Market opens a few hours after the "Blood Moon", or Total Lunar Eclipse.

Opening Bell
Oct. 8, 2014 9:30

Sun 16 Libra (H11); Moon 17 Aries (h5); Asc 14 Scorpio; MC 24 Leo; NN 20 Libra (h11)

The chart ruler is Pluto and Pluto is in the 2d house. That's the house of banks and money and values. Pluto tends to prune whatever it touches in order to sort of purify it. In the financial world, yuck.

Pluto is apex of a rather significant looking t-square. It squares the Nodal Axis, sun, Venus, and Uranus.  NN is in the 11th house of Hope Wishes, Mavericks, Innovation and is conjunct Venus 11 Libra and Sun (fun, play, celebration, risk) 16 Libra.  That sounds nice.  Then we look at the South Node down in the 5th house. South Node is the part of the Nodal Axis we want to try to balance out. There is maybe too much risk, fun, celebration, play.  The South Node is going to be in conjunction with the Moon 17 Aries and Uranus 15 Aries.  That's emotional, intuitive, quick, weird, surprising. The stock Market would like to see something new and surprising I guess.

There's a Grand Trine in this chart which also connects 2 of the resource houses with the 9th house (Law, religion, international).  SN-Moon-Uranus in H5 trines Mars 18 Sagittarius in the 2d House. (Money, banking, values) and trines more Sadge energy up in the 9th house as Jupiter, ruler of Sadge, is in the 9th house which is Sadgez house.  This shows strong Sagittarius influence and it ought to be positive. Today's news was negative concerning this area so I'm confused.  Jupiter is squaring Saturn 22 Scorpio in the 1st house. Saturn is restrictive and pragmatic and is holding Jupiter down. This is the only aspect he makes to any other planets and he's very strong because he's in the 1st house. Jupiter ought to be stronger, though. Oh well, that's politics.


Post a Comment

<< Home