the god of thieves teams up with a warrior, father time and a revolutionary: part 2

“Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.” —Archimedes

On August 24th the Yod configuration between Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Uranus occurs.  You can read about the Yod, here; Part 1 of Mercury in Virgo 2014, here and the role Mars conjunct Saturn plays, here.

Lots of yummy stuff, so let’s get to it—

What happens when steamy Mars/Saturn goes into easy aspect with earthy Mercury?  When structured action combines with quicksilver intellect?

Now, where in your life do things need to be shook up?  Where could you use some revolution?  Where is a blind spot that could use some light?

This configuration could be an answer to most all of that.

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the inconjunct: huh?

What the hell is an inconjunct?

How is it related to a quincunx?

Wait, did you just misspell ‘conjunct’ and call me a mean name?

Nope.  An inconjunct and a quincunx are the same thing.  It is an aspect between 2 planets or points, 150° apart.  Not to be confused with an opposition which is 180°.

And in honor of  the many inconjuncts currently swirling about in the heavens, I wanted to write another fast and dirty post on what exactly these things are and how they compute in the astrological chart.

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summer’s fixed full supermoon

nasaharvestmoonAugust 10th will give us an Aquarius Full SuperMoon.  For the last 2 weeks, strength has been building and now it is time for taking stock of how far we’ve come.

Full Moons highlight the axis between the Sun and Moon.  They allow you to observe more clearly what is usually hidden by metaphorical darkness.  These cyclical oppositions can be viewed as a bridge between the conscious (Sun) to the subconscious (Moon).  This monthly event points to the culmination of intentions made roughly 2 weeks prior on the New Moon.  It is a heightened time of possibility, where seeds planted are blooming into beautiful flowers.  We can reap what we have sown.

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