US Solar Return 2013 Report now available
On America’s 237th Birthday July 5, 2013
by Jude Cowell
After weeks of concentrated preparation, the first topic in my series of Stars Over Washington Reports is America’s Solar Return 2013 Horoscope which is ready for electronic delivery as a printable PDF!
This year, America’s actual birthday occurs just after midnight on July 5th and our Solar Return 2013 Horoscope (based on the US ‘Sibly’ natal chart for July 4, 1776 at 5:10 pm LMT) is chocked full of interesting portents for our national solar year which ends, of course, in July 2014.
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Now as you know, a Solar Return for America automatically provides us with our natal Sun in Cancer, but this year the SR Moon falls in the Mercurial sign of Gemini. Therefore, our solar year will have characteristics of a Sun Cancer-Moon Gemini blend, a misty Water-Air combination of energies. Here are a few details concerning this blend:
Sun Can-Moon Gem has a strong sense of family which supports well the typical ‘family values/mom/apple-pie’ sentiments held by most Americans. This is a self-reflective blend that can be moody, sociable, sympathetic, and emotionally expressive.
Chatting away is to be expected with Gemini in the mix, yet the defensiveness and security concerns of Cancer are also factors. Wit and comedy are appreciated though over-stimulation causes a scattering of our energies, plus, nervousness and emotional immaturity are issues during the year though keen perceptions of others are available to us as well.
Now how about an apt quote and some good advice from a famous American who was born under the influences of the Sun Can-Moon Gem blend?
“Happiness is a butterfly, which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but which if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.” Nathaniel Hawthorne
Wishing Many Happy Butterflies to you and to America!