The Mercury retrograde initiating in Virgo tomorrow won’t be an isolated incident, thanks to the total solar eclipse taking place on Aug. 21. Today, Len Wallick outlines other factors that will give you a leg up on what would otherwise be some complicated astrology. At least one key will begin with ‘re-‘.
Gather ’round the campfire, scouts. Len Wallick has some shaggy dog stories to share tonight before you trundle off to your sleeping bags. Actually, some of the stories will be historically accurate, and possibly all the more interesting because of that. It all begins with yesterday’s lunar eclipse…
With today’s offering Len Wallick proposes that you approach the eclipses this month with the idea of putting them to use as a sort of telescope. Astronomers use a telescope to see both what’s coming and what is long past. Beginning with the lunar eclipse on Monday, and through to the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, you might be able to do something of the same.
The greatest service is rarely rendered by a subordinate. The most rewarding of undertakings are seldom assigned. Those who would lead must set an example of what it means to follow, and right now that probably means you. For the time being, at least, you are among the best equipped to see what needs to be done for the greatest good.
Don’t go looking for Mars in the sky this week; it’s moving on the other side of the Sun. Even so, as Len Wallick points out today, Mars continues to express astrologically — mostly through your own consciousness and that of others. If you can grasp that one principle, this week will be more rewarding and productive in the long run.
It is not unusual to hear the same musical theme repeated during the course of a film. Indeed, it’s helpful for your understanding. Today, Len Wallick offers some insight that may allow you to make good use of at least one astrological theme that evidently distinguishes 2017, due to repeat this week.
The territory of astrology is the zodiac. As noted by Len Wallick, certain things implicitly go with each part of that territory. Once you understand that one principle, you will have an important tool to work with when Mars comes to the penultimate degree of Cancer to square Uranus early next week.