Dark Moon, 20 January 2015
What is true? What is real?
By Katharina Bless
The Sun/Moon conjunction and Mercury/Venus in Capricorn is indicating that we have to contemplate a few things in life and now get rid of them. Half of the pyramid form the last Full Moon constellation is still here in this chart, involving Pluto, Uranus and the Node axis. The second half of the pyramid was made by the moon in Gemini.
The moon showed us how to interact with the pyramid, to get prepared for something in our lives and for an initiation. There was the energy of still being able to comprehend and even if things surfaced which were not pleasant to look at, we could recognize them.
The present “half” of the pyramid does not include any personal planets and therefore we have no access to the process that is happening. The “acting” planets in Capricorn are locked out and all the aspects of the Sun/Moon conjunction are not going anywhere to solve that riddle. Nor does the apposition to retrograde Jupiter from the Mercury/Venus conjunction.
Now a process is happening that we can’t influence. You have to sit back and let things happen, you are like the one sitting alone in the theater and the stage suddenly fully illuminates and all aspects of your life become players and you are just looking at them. Kind of like the Christmas story of Ebenezer Scrooge, when the spirit of the past, present and future visited him.
If you are interested to book a private reading, or learn this method of SkyView Astrology, please contact Katharina directly by email.
**SkyView Astrology (outer circle) works with the real star-constellations. Western/Tropical Astrology (inner circle) has nothing to do with the stars anymore and their 1˚ Aries is 28˚ apart from the true star constellations, the Vedic/Indian system is 6˚ degrees different. SkyView Astrology does not tell you who you are, but shows the blueprint/roadmap of one’s life and the time quality. It also is no fortune telling tool and can’t predict the future. The Western Astrology has nothing to do with the Stars, but is a method to show how the sun moves trough the season – which makes a certain sense in the northern hemisphere, but doesn’t make any sense bear and below the equator in the southern hemisphere – for more information go to www.silverdove.net
For your convenience I list the dates when the sun enters the signs:
Aries: 25° April 18, Taurus: 36° – May 13, Gemini: 28° – June 21 Cancer: 20° – July 20, Leo: 36° – Aug 10, Virgo: 44° – Sept 16, Libra: 23° Oct 30, , Scorpio: 25° – Nov 23, Sagittarius: 33° – Dec 17, Capricorn: 28° – Jan 20, Aquarius: 25° – Feb 16, Pisces: 37° – March 11
The dates of the transition of the sun are based on the guidelines of IAU (International Astronomical Union).**
Katharina Bless is Author of “SkyView Astrology – Applying the real Star Constellations to our Life’s Journey and Soul Evolution” and “Flower Healing Power” and has a sound meditation center in Chiang Rai, Thailand