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Chart Analysis with discussion of Astrological Events
Notes regarding planets chancing directions
Feb 18 - SATURN Retrograde at 11°
Scorpio, SUN into Pisces
Feb 23 (Saturday)- MERCURY Retrograde at 19° Pisces
The Winter Solstice, Dec 21 2012, 6:11:37 AM EST, Washington D.C.
Celebrate the Season with exuberance and optimism! The Solstice chart with Sagittarius rising is ruled by Jupiter... and yes, Virginia, there really is a Santa Claus! The effect of Sagittarius Rising for the first three months of 2013 is quite good for the United States and the economy.
In a mundane chart, the Solstice Sun in the first house bodes very well for the Government, and the President in particular. It brings prosperity to the nation and "some sort of national success accrues under this influence..the Sun is so strong in this position that it can overcome almost any affliction." (H.S. Green) So although Uranus is square the Sun, there is a very good chance after all the blustering and delay, with the Winter Solstice Sun in the first house the United States Government will work to solve the problems of the Fiscal Cliff.
The Sun here focuses it's attention on the general condition of the country and in what Raphael refers to as, in the general sense, "the public health". Square Uranus, ...
The markets will reflect the mood of people.
Mercury appears in the First house
Pluto appears in the First House
Mars appears in the Second House
Neptune appears in the Third House
Uranus appears in the Fouth House
Speculators in the commodities markets are very busy. Prices for various commodities will rise and fall quickly during the trading day.
Moon appears in the Fourth House
Jupiter appears in the Sixth House, near the
cusp of the Seventh
Saturn appears in the Eleventh House
Venus appears in the Twelvth House
The labor market is improving with fits and starts. Workers will find plenty of part-time or contract jobs. Local governments find property tax revenues are difficult to collect.
Currency markets remain volatile and the Euro will continue to
have problems. Most international banks are under severe stress.The
whole banking industry will continue to find it difficult to attract
customers seeking loans
HOLIDAYS TO ALL WHO CELEBRATE RELIGIOUS and HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES