As Nietzsche said, "That which does not kill us, makes us stronger. Of course the world ends for each of us someday.
Until that time, let us all love and laugh and persevere as best we can. There are a lot of them, with a cast of characters including Trump, Putin, Merkel and Maduro. Check out the astro-locality map for the March 21 SuperMoon.
Note the lines off the cyclone-struck east coast of Australia and Africa, and the bomb cyclone-struck US from Colorado eastward, etc. Consider Cyclone Idai, the deadliest tropical cyclone worldwide so far this year. Idai originated as a tropical depression off the eastern coast of Mozambique on March 4. As of the 19th, under the aegis of the SuperMoon, Madagascar, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique are suffering from catastrophic damage. Mozambique's president Filipe Nyusi described it as 'one of the worst disasters' in the southern hemisphere, after rapidly rising floodwaters caused an 'inland ocean' in Mozambique.
At best, we can only disarm evil to a greater or lesser extent. We might thereby save humanity. Evil has so many reservoirs, and so many niches to exploit. Especially this year and next, under the aegis of the Saturn-Pluto conjunction and the forthcoming Air Trigonalis conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. These are more than historic.
Some commentators linked the Friday the 15th massacre to the Ides of March, using the popular association of that term with the middle of the month. Remember, the SuperMoon shock window is in effect March Be prepared. Check your chart, and check my SuperMoon astro-locality map for pointers as to potential higher risk target zones. The Kp5 geomagnetic storm that struck on the 17th, two days after the last Mercury Max peak the direct station on the 15th.
Accordingly, it should come as no surprise that the frequency and intensity of moderate to severe earthquakes picked up during this shock window.
Because Earth is the third planet from the Sun, we are able to observe transits of both Mercury and Venus. Sagittarius Illustrated PopSocket. This signals humanitarianism and the collective becoming a bigger focus — just as election season gets roaring! Mar 24, at North Node in Cancer to May Since this is the second full moon in the same month, it is sometimes referred to as a blue moon. You are ready to lead and inspire.
Killer tornadoes in the southern US on the 3rd. Meanwhile the Mercury station focused on the last degree of Pisces. If so, you probably experienced a lot of emotional turmoil and turbulence last week. What kind of turmoil? Inescapable good-byes and kicks in the gut, so to speak. For effective dates and astro-locality target zones, see the forecast.
And the headlines. Think Brexit, Venezuela, worldwide trade and financial maelstroms and other tailspins, for example. See the end of the free March forecast for starters. For a more complete picture, see pp. We haven't seen anything like this since the days of the Byzantine Empire, my friends. Both of those big shakers came with tsunami watches.
Have your emergency kit ready to hand, just in case. As I wrote on page 25 in the full version of my World Forecast Highlights , "I suspect that the March 21 full SuperMoon will end up marking one of the most destructive storm and seismic shock windows of the year. This one is accompanied by a couple of aggravating factors, including Mercury Max and a tight Saturn-Pluto conjunction within just a few degrees of being partile.
Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn. Check your chart: these are the degrees emphasized by this last full SuperMoon of the year. When I created and defined the term forty years ago, it was addressed to my fellow astrologers only. But since a new moon is invisible, it gets ignored by the media. The media also ignore for the most part the geophysical dimensions of SuperMoon as I originally defined it; i. For more on this year's SuperMoons, see pp. I managed to get the free February forecast up and running last week. This is more geomagnetic than geophysical per se, so look for disturbances in electrical and electronic systems including the human nervous system ; auroral displays, radio outages and the like are typical under such conditions.
Have your backups and backup plans ready! Sun-Mercury-Earth alignments always point to a heightened potential for solar disturbances, leading to geomagnetic storms here on our home planet. For the lowdown on this year's Mercury Max, see pp. This time around, that works out to February See my forthcoming free February forecast for more on this. Incidentally, that February solar disturbance window includes the February 13 Mars-Uranus conjunction : another sign of electromagnetic volatility here on Earth.
I have learned of a half-dozen instances of non-delivery so far, thanks to concerned clients. They have all been resolved now. So please, do let me know! Thanks for your patience. As described in my January forecast and in the full version of my World Forecast Highlights , this is a sign of greater frequency and intensity for storms and moderate to severe seismic activity. This year marks the 40th anniversary of my creation of the concept.
Again, check your chart. I take pride in offering my free monthly forecasts, and in the positive responses I get in return.
But I do have an obligation to my paying clients to prioritize them, and tend to the pro bono offerings afterwards. All the prepaid email deliveries went out at close of business here on December Check your chart, incidentally. If you have notable emphasis on the middle of any of the cardinal signs Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn , the January 6 eclipse is likely to be an especially significant timing signal in your life.
As described in my December forecast , "The last storm and seismic stress window of the year is two-fold, associated with the full moon and Mercury-Jupiter conjunction on December 22 in effect from the 19th through the 25th , and the coming January 6 solar eclipse with its wider December January 13 shock window. Next week brings more. Granted, ordinary new and full moon alignments generally pale in significance compared to SuperMoons and eclipses.
But they are not to be ignored. Planet Earth has rocked and rolled in rhythm with the Sun and Moon for billions of years. We get the latter next month, with a perihelion partial solar eclipse on the 6th and a SuperMoon total lunar eclipse on the 21st. Expect a new round of extreme tides, storms and seismicity. Meanwhile, the geopolitical and financial drama looming on the horizon is accelerating, as we come into the New Year. See the forthcoming World Forecast Highlights for the historic nature of the celestial configurations reaching out from years in the past right into next year and beyond.
Consider the January 6, partial solar eclipse. This time around, keep your eyes peeled for that December January 13 shock window. This will be no ordinary eclipse. The eclipse is sandwiched between at the midpoint of the tightening Saturn-Pluto conjunction. Such a confluence of celestial shaping speaks of a magnified pattern of geocosmic disturbances. This is more than a geophysical harbinger. The involvement of Saturn and Pluto nearing conjunction and the waning squares of Mercury-Mars and Jupiter-Neptune speaks of political and financial disturbances as well.
Heads of state, corporate heads and faith leaders are all suitably nervous under patterns like this. And for good reason. For a fuller treatment, see the full version of my World Forecast Highlights.