“In such moments we feel the tension build, when “everything is on the line.” The odds are stacked against us, and all hope lost save for one last “clutch” performance. Yes, the hairs on your forearms raise, almost imperceptibly, suggesting that there is a new wind blowing. There is a subtle shift in the energy, you can feel it. Something moves. We sense a change coming before it happens.”
I am an unusual astrologer in that I do not share the same fascination for some of Astrology’s more unconventional beliefs. Many astrologers, who practice weird kinds of “woo woo,” depend on sensationalizing Astrology, but even so I have a profound sense of respect and wonder even for their “kind” of Astrology. Especially when a projection outcome exceeds the odds that would have been suggested by chance alone.
Any approach applied with skill will produce a good outcome if the Astrologer understands how the horoscope is constructed. One of the first distinctions astrologers make in constructing a horoscope is to understand the difference between the “sidereal” time given in the ephemeris and the time indicated on the finished chart. Essentially the difference relates […]