Jude's Threshold

A Tapestry Blog of Astrology, Politics, Art, and Social Concerns

Ready for Autumn Equinox 2010?

September 22, 2010 will soon arrive and the Sun will reach 00Lib00:00, what we like to call Autumn Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere.

This year the Moon will be in dreamy Pisces so we’ll have vibes and resonations of Sun Libra-Moon Pisces, an Air-Water combo of energies.

Air-Water together produce an etheral mist as mind blends with emotions and fact with fiction. It’s a romantic, poetic combination but with a shadow side which can become confused as to whether it is thinking something or feeling it.

A seemingly detached viewpoint may actually be tinged with personal bias and that’s how we’ll stagger through the final weeks of the midterm 2010 campaign season with its dueling ads and slogans.

Sun Lib-Moon Pis has a wistful streak, much insight, and a genteel diplomacy; charming and generous, this blend tends to be moodily vacillating, even to the point of inconstancy. Perhaps that’s why pundits will continue having a rather changeable time predicting November’s potential victors.

Meanwhile, my intuition says election results may be quite surprising!

This combination possesses perceptive intellect, a rich imagination, and an impressionable idealism. Actors, psychologists, and detectives benefit from having Sun Libra-Moon Pisces, if they are born with it.

Its ability to work well on behalf of others is great for politicians, too, if that happens to be whom they truthfully represent (as opposed to indulging in out-n-out pocket lining and shilling for special interests.)

Non-judgmental empathy may be the most stellar trait of this blend yet there can be a tendency to identify with too many viewpoints simultaneously and have a lack of conviction, plus, a need for withdrawing inwardly in order to regain one’s confidence.

Sounds like a politician to me!

Image for Integration: The curtain comes down, the actor takes off his mask and, in privacy, looks into his mirror to find himself as a child of six with his imaginary friend.

(‘Sun Sign-Moon Sign’ by Charles and Suzi Harvey.)

Click here for my Political Astrology post on Autumn Equinox 2010’s horoscope with details, as you wish.

And how about the whys and wherefores of autumn equinox – what’s up with that?

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  1. Great people all over the world have been trying their level best to explain the ‘Panchtatvas’, which form the basis for all kinds of studies. Astrology is one of the major arts whose presence cannot be neglected by any individual. It is one of the oldest schools of ancient schools of prediction. Astrology is based on calculations, principles and predictions.

    In Astrology, it is believed that every human being has fortune based on what work he/she performs during the entire life and the nine planets has immense effects on the lives of humans. With other form of sciences dealing with just the outer physiological and behavioral pattern of human beings, astrology makes a connection with both inner and outer life of a person.

    On the basis of Dasha, Antardasha and Mahadasha astrology can very rightly predict the future quite accurately. Moreover, not only does it predicts the goods and the ills of the future, but also proves as a source of providing appropriate remedies to recover from the odds hidden in the future. In this way it brings about a new ray of hope into the lives of people with an opposing motion of the weak planets and makes their living happier and healthier.

    In Vedic Astrology, a basic Birth Chart is prepared based on the date, time and place of birth and then studies are carried out in a number of ways which enhances the opportunities for growth and prosperity and reduces to a large extent the sufferings of the individual. In a way it brings a new zeal and enthusiasm in a person’s life by enlightening the pathway to the future.

    Only after one realizes the great sense of being and the upcoming joys or sorrows of the future, one gets to make himself worth it or prepare itself for it. Everything in this life is pre-destined, be it joy or sorrow. Astrology just uncertain it. Wisdom, fore-knowledge and our deeds can indeed influence it as whatever has been pre-written has been done so in order to be changed.


    Astrology Consultant

    September 7, 2010 at 12:05 pm

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