Originally I cast the chart for CET rather than CED — Tracy at Serennu.com caught that error. There’s an issue with the atlas I have on this computer, so it did not pick up the time zone change to Daylight Time.
This chart makes a lot more sense. Note, the aspects are all the same — the angles differ; they aren now all mutable rather than cardinal. The TSE of last month shows up on the 7th house cusp.
Mercury and Jupiter are the big stars of the show, rather than the rulers of the cardinal signs.
Here is the chart. Apologies for the inconvenience.
This is a very compelling chart for the nuclear deal with Iran, with the North Node exactly rising and so much happening on the western horizon. Putting the lunar nodes on the horizon calls in the eclipse that happens Saturday morning.
But the chart is asking a big question: was this whole thing real? Will this agreement get any traction? Will it be killed by a bunch of paranoid, warmongering fools in Congress? The deal is designed to focus Iran’s nuclear science on medical isotopes and civilian power. However, if history has a voice here, any country that has attained the ability to make nuclear power also gets the bomb sooner or later.
The Moon, in late Virgo, appears to be void of course. It’s making no other aspects to classical planets while it’s in its current sign. That can mean “much ado about nothing.”
But if you look more closely, the Part of Fortune is applying in an opposition to the Moon. That is suggesting that no matter how tenuous this agreement may be, it leans toward reality, something for the mutual benefit of all.