Retrograde Venus is now at a point where it can be seen on two horizons: in the west after sunset, and in the east before sunrise. Humanity is now having to choose between two horizons as well. The way Len Wallick sees it, a decision of whether and how to participate in that choice is yours to make.
Saturn is occupying one single degree of Sagittarius for about two months, the location of the core of our galaxy. As Len Wallick notes, implicit in that long conjunction is something accessible, yet not easily seen : a new place and purpose consistent with cosmic proportions and defined by what we together are.
Len Wallick offers a heartfelt tribute to seminal rock-and-roll musician Chuck Berry, who died Saturday in his Missouri home at age 90. Appropriately, his passing took place just as the era-defining Uranus-Eris conjunction in Aries was still exact to the degree, and closely opposed to his natal Libra Sun.
The words “equal,” “equator” and “equinox” all have the same root. Today, Len Wallick starts with the Moon’s position in the chart for the vernal equinox on Monday (when the Sun enters Aries) to trace that root more deeply into one of the most crucial issues of the world (and in your life) at this time.
Your world (and the universe which contains it) are so big it’s easy to feel insignificant. As Len Wallick interprets Sunday’s Full Moon chart, however, your work does more than simply define your place in the world. Your labors are not lost. Your efforts make an important contribution whether you know it or not.
One flaw of human beings is a conceit of being superior to other beings. Interestingly, for you at this time it’s probably the other way around. Odds are that you are much too humble. Given how others can see your potential, it’s not surprising that all but a few very good and unselfish friends would encourage you to underrate yourself.
It is easy to feel detached from the sky. Everything up there is so far away. As Len Wallick sees it, this will be a good week to connect with the Sun, Moon and Mars as they express in your life. Think of it as checking in with yourself by checking up on how cosmic objects are interacting with their respective astrological climates.
You may think of our times as quite strange. After all, what’s up with a president addressing Congress on the last night of Mardi Gras? As Len Wallick observes, however, even the strangest times can be quite productive (and even understood) through the magnifying lens of astrology, particularly Jupiter.