Aquarius is the natural 11th sign of the zodiac, representing our goals, gains, groups of people, and networks, including friends, associates, and society in general. Jupiter expands and connects us to one another, and to our communities, offering us more hope in being able to get together - in whatever form that may take - but it also represents some complexities, some of which are addressed in this podcast.
I take a look at Jupiter's transit through Sidereal Aquarius and what that might mean for the world in 2021/2022.
Inspiring catalyst, alchemist, poet and Progressive Education Consultant, Jeanette Kishori McKenzie joins me to discuss her epic poem, The Song of Rahu, which explores the power of the shadow.
The Song of Rahu has been transformational for those at crucial turning points in their lives, a poignant reminder to shift perception, and harness what seems to be ‘unwanted’. It is like rocket fuel, to propel us to the next great state. Once we embrace this whole-heartedly as if steering into the skid, we let go and allow the transformation, knowing that all is well.
Listen to a preview of the transits in 2021. I highlight some general themes based on the sidereal transits.
Pluto, Saturn and Jupiter in Capricorn
Mars and Uranus in Aries
Lunar nodes in Taurus and Scorpio
Jupiter in Aquarius
Barry Rosen joins me to compare notes on the Jupiter in Capricorn transit. Jupiter moves in and out of Capricorn on three separate occasions, from Mar 30, 2020 to Nov 20, 2021. Discover what Jupiter in Capricorn is good for and what it may challenge.
Impact on business, the economy and ethics
Spiritual implications and possibilities
The 'Great Conjunction' and reset
My first astrology teacher Pearl Finn joins me to celebrate Guru Purnima, to talk about her own background and experiences in astrology, and to discuss a little about the solar-lunar return chart.
What the solar-lunar return chart is used for
How it can be used alongside the birth chart and what are some focal points
How to work with the planets and symbols throughout the year
Astrologer Ronnie Dreyer joins me to talk about the eclipses of 2020, from mundane events around the world to more personal experiences during this pivotal year.
Observing the eclipses, in the skies and in a horoscope
The significance of the having the eclipses near the Solstices
The metonic cycles and timing events
Vedic astrologer Alan Annand joins me to talk about Kala Sarpa Yoga, a yoga or combination which occurs when planets gather on one side of the Moon's nodes, Rahu and Ketu.
The Moon's nodes, Rahu and Ketu, their calculation, myth and meaning
The nodes' role in Kala Sarpa Yoga, its shadow nature and impact on a chart or period of time
Varying degrees and conditions of Kala Sarpa Yoga and how they impact other transits
Vedic astrologer and Palmist John Fyfe joins me to talk about lines in the hand, and how this is expressed in the Vedic birth chart.
Major and secondary lines in the hand
The fingers and and their correspondence to the planets
How to judge planetary predominance and strength in the hand
Vedic astrologer Barry Rosen joins me to talk about Saturn's transit through sidereal Capricorn.
Saturn's transit in a different lunar mansion each year, from 2020 to 2023.
It's transit to the Moon and how to deal with anxiety and depression.
It's impact on world events, including business concerns, the impact on China and world economy.
Vedic astrologer and yoga teacher Marianne Jacuzzi joins me to talk about the upcoming Jupiter-Saturn conjunction and the implications, both practically and spiritually, in 2020 and beyond.
Yoga & Jyotish, Vedic astrology: Beyond transcending life; validating our journey through space and time.
The Jupiter-Saturn conjunction of 2020: It's practical and spiritual implications.
The current earth cycle: Where to from here?
Rāhu, the north node of the Moon, represents an intriguing complex of energies; innovation and ingenuity, on the one hand, while obsession, sometimes even madness, on the other. Learn how to tame the dragon that is Rāhu, our shadow nature.
Discover practical and esoteric remedies for the Moon and your emotional and mental well-being. In this episode, I describe various techniques to uplift the Moon and the mind, including the planets that have the power to take the Moon out of debilitation in Scorpio.
What are the remedies for a weakly placed Sun in the horoscope? Learn ways to strengthen the Sun, either directly by taking some practical steps, or indirectly by strengthening planets which cancel the Sun's debilitation in Libra.
The total solar eclipse on July 2, 2019 opened up the possibility for change, with the possibility of integrating the changes if we are more conscious. However, it could just as easily leave us unable to integrate parts of ourselves and create two types of shadows; the things we get addicted (North Node) and allergic (South Node) to.
Although there are a multitude of reasons someone might seek an astrology reading, it really boils down to just three basic impulses. These are known as the three gunas of Vedic philosophy; tamas, rajas and sattva, and every question you ask in a reading has its basis in one or more of these.
Ketu is seen by many Vedic astrologers to be exalted in Sagittarius. Although Ketu’s conjunction with Saturn in Sagittarius shows other complex dynamics, it is generally tipped in favour of wild abandon and ideological fervour. We must eventually move beyond our points of view to a more objective appraisal, just as Capricorn follows Sagittarius in zodiacal order.
In April 2019, Jupiter stations at 0 degrees of Sidereal Sagittarius, thus remaining at this degree from March 29 until April 23. This is a gap in the zodiac, between Scorpio and Sagittarius; when we prepare for the worst (Scorpio) and hope for the best (Sagittarius) in relation to Brexit.
Jupiter’s station in this gap reflects a breakdown and, as the biggest planet in our solar system, a dip in a sense of hope and optimism, particularly in relation to order and the economy.