This week I'm talking about a news item about the sea.
A thing called Red Tide is happening in Florida
Here's the video I saw yesterday
Most other news coverage is a little less urgent.
Maybe the present planet's positions explain this a bit more?
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Astronomy is a much needed necessity to make accurate charts.
However, with computer programmes making this easier it does mean we are not learning about the real planet's actual movements.
This is the app I mentioned that will help you spot planets (and some stars) https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/astrolabe-clock/id421777015?mt=8
This is a good video from the British Museum showing a real ancient Astrolabe https://youtu.be/N8oWGwcdFmA
Here is Jeff Mayo's book The Astrologer's Astronomical Handbook https://amzn.to/2nOl9PX
This week I am talking about Event Charts.
Making a chart for a forthcoming event, or one that might have already happened.
These can be used for weddings, interviews, starting a project, maybe creating something or dates in the future.
In the creation of Tempesta Chart, we have Virgo Ascendant, Sun Taurus in the 9th, Moon in Leo in the 11th and Mars in Libra in the first....great chart as it turned out!
More info on the remedy here on my blog, I will be updating my website very soon http://www.maryenglish.com/old/tempesta.html
Info on how the proving took place and what happened:
This week we are looking a little deeper at Mercury Retrograde.
Here's the book I mention A New Look at Mercury Retrograde by Robert Wilkinson.
Here is Robert's website http://www.aquariuspapers.com/ (looks interesting!)
Lots of (helpful) info from Donna Cunningham about Mercury Retro https://skywriter.wordpress.com/2016/01/05/how-to-manage-mercury-retrograde/
If you're interested here's Wyatt Earp's chart!