Every year, several days before the Cancer solstice, the Gemini Sun opposes the center of our galaxy in Sagittarius. As Len Wallick explains, what we postulate of the GC could be only a beginning: workable for now, but only a prelude to something more sophisticated that will usher in an unanticipated level of awareness, leading to changes we cannot possibly anticipate.
Timing may not be everything, but it’s a big part of life. Timing is also pertinent to astrology. As Len Wallick observes today, the next handful of days will give you a chance to practice timing with Mercury, Venus and Mars. What results could conceivably change the way you relate to both those planets and the signs they are about to move into.
Nearly anybody knows wisdom when they see it. Not everybody is wise in practice. As Len Wallick reads the motions of the Moon this week, those who temper persistence with discernment are likely to be wisest of all. The question as May ends and June begins is not whether you should persevere, but how, when, where and to what purpose.
The way Len Wallick sees the sky, it’s not too soon to be working with the midpoint of the Mars-Saturn cycle, which is coming on Monday. As we approach Mars in Gemini opposing retrograde Saturn in Sagittarius, you will implicitly have a vantage point with both insights into your recent past and guidelines for applying yourself towards a better near-future.
Everywhere you go, gravity and water are part of life. Len Wallick sees gravity and water working together to convey something about life (and your place in it) in relation to Thursday’s Gemini New Moon. In the face of recent tragedy, you still possess the power to choose life, and to make it better for those around you.
The Sun, Mercury and Venus are all now moving towards emblematic refreshment — in the form of changing sign (the Sun) or entering a new section of zodiac post-retrograde (Mercury and Venus). If you could use some refreshment yourself, Len Wallick today proposes a simple and practical way to get some.