Beware of tensions with possibilities of eruptions!
What’s this all about you might ask?
I try to zoom in from a simple angle after the relevant charts for the year to come.
2020, at least from Saturday, 25 January on, when the Chinese year of the Air-Rat* starts.
The Chinese sign of the Rat equals the Western sign of Arias.
Both signs are represented by Mars as their planet in our solar system.
Irony has it that it will be exactly that Mars, in exactly that sign, Arias,
that will bring in some potential for eruptive bursts, this mainly during the northern hemispheres summer and once more later in the year.
To give you a better picture, i can tell you that Japan is an Air-Rat country.
Do you already see where this is going ?
The Air-Rat is greatly talented with mechanics, engineering, machines – but also has flaws like being way to inflexible and thus prone to (earth)quakes, eruptions caused by inner tensions so to speak.
Than we observe the other oddity within the significant planet positions for the year. Except for intervals of above mentioned Mars, Neptune or Uranus, the rest of them are moving through Capricorn, a square sign to Arias.
Pluto, Saturn and Jupiter, frequently all in Conjunction to each other within the last third of Capricorn, that is quite significant.
The details of that i will sort out for you in my next post, only so much for now;
The degree positions in the last third of Capricorn are not horrific, just some of which are a bit to sobering.
The same goes for the last third of Arias, so we will probably get away with some negative crap happening yes, but nothing that could throw us into total despair etc. (but again, details to follow in my next post).
* Huh, Air-Rat, you thought it’s the Metal-Rat, right?
Absolutely, for the Chinese it is Metal, but you can expect more from
your scientific astrologer Rudolf Megert!
How much more you can review in this new table of the basic elements
everything is made of:
So, you see, the Chinese element Metal is Rudolf Megert discovered element Air.
Need more details on the basic elements everything is made of?
Links for further information on this issue:
(Yes, it’s an old page created 1996, looks accordingly :-) but the info is nonetheless readable and valid).
Further more (in German this time around);