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Planets News

Written by Alison

David is interested in planets! Accompany him in his discoveries! Venus changes sign, what impact will this passage have on your loves? Uranus becomes retrograde, what does it mean and what will be the consequences? We have just discovered a new planet, very similar to the earth, will we someday migrate into the cosmos? What is the real influence of the moon in our daily lives? Does the sun have other functions than to give life and warm us up?

So many questions to which David has found an answer! Do not miss this encounter with the planets of our solar system and beyond: you will learn a lot of news and you will become unbeatable!

The planet of Mercure

Mercury is a small planet that gravitates between the earth and the sun, so it is never far from the sun in a natal chart. Mercury describes the cerebral side of a person: how we think, what we think, what kind of communication we have with others. It's the reasoning, the expression, the transmission of ideas but also my mobility and sociability. Mercury is symbolically connected to the signs of Gemini and Virgo. Written by David

The planet of Pluto

Pluto takes 248 years to go around the zodiac and remains around 20 years in each sign. It symbolizes the unconscious, the deepest and most secret drives of a human being. Pluto often has a bad reputation: symbolically associated with death; it is often misunderstood because this death is symbolic: Pluto destroys situations that have become obsolete to make room for a new life, a finally positive metamorphosis. Finally, it is active only under certain conditions that depend a lot on the birth card of each. Pluto is symbolically connected to the sign of Scorpio. Written by David

The balsamic Moon: the last act before a revival!

11 days after the Full Moon, there is a 45° gap between our two lights. The Moon crosses the Earth's orbit inwardly and thus symbolizes interiorization. The goal is beyond oneself, socially or spiritually; some even accept to sacrifice themselves. It is the end of a cycle; the elements of the past must be integrated to launch a new period, already foreseen. People born at the time of this balsamic phase feel a prophetic aspect, a little uncomfortable, they have the impression of having to accomplish a mission, without always clearly defining it. Written by David

The last quarter encourages the exchange of views!

One week after the Full Moon, a descending square forms between the Sun and the Moon, this aspect forms a 90° angle between the two luminaries. This is a moment of decision at the level of understanding, at the level of the idea. We learn to live according to our values in a system, a group linked to the collective. We also tend to force events and push others because of what they believe. We tend to impose our way of seeing things a little too much. The last quarter looks to the future and gives rise to a pioneer and a mentality that is reformed. Written by David

The disseminator Moon spreads ideas!

3.75 days after the Full Moon, a gap of 135° separates the two luminaries. We can now spread our ideas with conviction and commitment and demonstrate to others what we have learned from life and our experiences. One feels the need to share one's understanding and popularize one's knowledge, but one must be careful not to become fanatical or lost in a cause. Written by David

The Full Moon means a great clarity of consciousness!

Two weeks after the New Moon, the Moon is at its maximum distance from the Sun, at 180°, in opposition to it. It reflects as much Sunlight as possible and symbolizes clear consciousness. This is the climax of the cycle: everything that was foretold is now visible. Relationships become more critical than individualistic aspirations. Objectivity is at its maximum. One has a clear consciousness of things that enables and facilitates our fulfilment. Written by David

The gibbous moon encourages the development of ideals!

11 days after the New Moon, the gibbous Moon forms an aspect of 135° with the Sun. One pays attention to the development of one's abilities, and one wants to communicate something to others. However, one can only count on oneself and the desire to evolve and move forward, which will go as far as perfection (at 150°). We strongly feel the urge to understand things and to transmit them. The gibbous Moon can also be the impulse to devote oneself to an ideal or a cause. Written by David

The first quarter demands initiative!

One week after the New Moon, the first quarter indicates a 90° difference between the Sun and the Moon, which are then in an ascending (rising) square. It is a symbol of expansion and exteriorization, often in the form of a crisis. The past is repudiated, and new structures are radically put in place. The square is the turning point of the cycle, where a break or a decision is required. There is a notion of urgency and intensity that requires change. Before the square, the decision to act must be taken. After the square, action must be taken. It is better to make a mistake and act than not to act. This is the last moment of struggle between the old and the new. We must leave the past, the goal is now to move forward, towards the Full Moon. Written by David

The New Moon inspires pioneers!

We speak of a New Moon when it is located precisely between the Sun and the Earth and is then totally invisible to us. The New Moon symbolizes a new beginning, an often unconscious but usually successful initiative. Sensitivity is exacerbated and makes us impulsive, overly emotional and dependent on others. It is a conjunction between our two lights. Our consciousness (the Sun) is obscured by the unconscious (the Moon), so it is a time when one lacks a little objectivity: confusion and projection are likely under this influence. Written by David

Vesta, guardian of the home

The graphic symbol of Vesta is a vase in which a flame burns. In mythology, Vesta is the goddess of the hearth, symbol of fidelity. She is a Roman goddess from the twelve great deities of Olympus. She is the older sister of Jupiter, who refuses to marry Apollo and becomes the guardian of the home and the nation. In Antiquity, an altar with a sacred fire was erected in all houses and even in the center of the city. Among the Romans, the holy fire of Vesta was guarded and maintained by virgin priestesses, the Vestals. Vesta symbolizes devotion to an ideal, a cause, or a religion. Vesta in sign indicates how one devotes oneself. The house where Vesta is located indicates the sector of life which arouses devotion, even sacrifice to collective interests. When Vesta is dominant in a natal chart, it shows a dedicated person, sometimes a religious or spiritual personality. Vesta also embodies a need for purity and distance. It promotes personal sacrifices for the benefit of the community. Vesta can induce rigid or cerebral behavior. Written by David

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