Election 2020 – Republican Suns

This is the second in an Election 2020 series focusing in on particular parts of the charts of the candidates. I realize that it’s best to consider a whole chart, but sometimes it’s worthwhile to focus in and explore one thing. In this case, I have decided to focus on the Suns of the Republican candidates. I chose this after looking at tri-wheels showing me the Republican candidates in relation to the 2020 General Election and the Inauguration speech.

For the election, I used the final closing times for the polls. Whether the votes will be counted by then or not, this is the deadline for the votes to be cast.

Note: We do not have a timed chart for Mike Pence, so the Moon may be 7 degrees away in either direction.

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Election 2020 – Democratic Moons

This is the first in an Election 2020 series focusing in on particular parts of the charts of the candidates. I realize that it’s best to consider a whole chart, but sometimes it’s worthwhile to focus in and explore one thing. In this case, I have decided to focus on the Moons of the Democratic candidates. I chose this after looking at tri-wheels showing me the Democratic candidates in relation to the 2020 General Election and the Inauguration speech.

For the election, I used the final closing time for the polls. Whether the votes will be counted by then or not, this is the deadline for the votes to be cast. When I first ran the election chart for 11 PM, both moons were near the MC which caught my attention. Then I checked the closing times to be sure, and good thing because I had to change the chart to midnight to reflect the voting in Hawaii and Alaska.

Now both Moons are in the 9th house.

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Jupiter and Saturn – Storms and Short Days

Jupiter: NASA, ESA, A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Center), and M.H. Wong (University of California, Berkeley)
Saturn: NASA, ESA, A. Simon (GSFC), M.H. Wong (University of California, Berkeley) and the OPAL Team

This is a continuation in a series exploring correlations between the physical properties of celestial bodies and their astrological significations. This post focuses on the two gas giants, Jupiter and Saturn. In astrology, Jupiter and Saturn are a polarity. They are opposites. Jupiter expands, Saturn contracts. Jupiter is hot, Saturn is cold. Some would even say Jupiter is good, Saturn is bad (but not me).

While exploring the physicality to get a different perspective of significations, it was surprising to find that Jupiter and Saturn are actually very similar. So, this became an interesting exercise.

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Sun and Moon – Influence and Rotation

Eclipse Image
Eclipse – Courtesy NASA/GSFC/Solar Dynamics Observatory

This is the first in a series exploring correlations between the physical properties of celestial bodies and their astrological significations. This post focuses on the Sun and the Moon, which have a high correlation with the symbolism, probably because the lights are so central to life here on earth.
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