Mar 20, 2009

Spring Equinox 2009 Astrology Chart

The horoscope for 2009's Aries Ingress - aka Spring Equinox 2009 - with chart details has been published but I'm republishing the chart image here because it can be clicked to enlarge for easier viewing.

The chart is set for the White House, March 20, 2009 7:43:34 am edt:

The Sun Aries-Moon Capricorn combination of the chart is a Fire-Earth blend of tough-mindedness and ambition. It's sensible, persistent, and a good organizer and has these Images for Integration:

'A young soldier is rewarded by the King for exceptional bravery in the cause of freedom and individual rights...Columbus discovers America and a new world order is born.' (Sun Sign-Moon Sign, Chas & Suzi Harvey.)

And if you've ever read any of my grousings before, you probably know that I consider the second image to be a doozy especially considering how the power elite's plans are steamrolling along these days...over you, me, our children, and our formerly decent social fabric now tattered and torn by politicians and the warmongers and social engineers they enable.


clymela said...

I was thinking that the moon-saturn-mercury thing will enable we "little people" slogging away at our jobs and plans and gardens. That formation will strengthen us and we will grow in ways the elite can't imagine. I am thinking of Michelle Obama encouraging gardening. I am also thinking that "we" will reject the phony populism and go deeper in understanding of what has really happened? (what is this crap with the margins?! don't know how to turn it off.) It will no doubt encourage the wicked ones and they may show success but we out number them and our consciouness will outnumber theirs because they are worrying about saving more than they can embrace.

clymela said...

So I looked again and realized that mrs is not where I thought it was looking at the chart. Too bad. Scratch everything that I said above.

jude cowell said...

Sounds about right, Clymela. Gardening is on the rise for sure.

And it's traditionally been a daft idea to count America out, hasn't it?

Thanks for your comments, I appreciate them! Jude

jude cowell said...

Oops! You must have jude-itis, Clymela! I'm very good at looking wrong!!! ;p