Dateline Sunday September 13, 2020: When working with what we call Mundane Astrology — in our specialized field of research and investigations regarding major planetary alignments, New and Full Moons, Eclipses, the start of each season, horoscopes of world leaders, nations and unusual celestial cycles influencing all of Humanity and the entire Earth — it’s nearly impossible to check out every key cosmic-sky configuration or know which ones, in advance, could become incredibly significant.
So here is something that I am tuning into several hours before the planet Mars in Aries — which just halted its direct motion in the zodiac to go retrograde on Wednesday September 9 — is going to make a fairly infrequent polarity to the asteroid Juno in Libra. This will occur exactly at 10:24pm PDT tonight and 1:24am EDT tomorrow Monday September 14. Every astro-zodiacal aspect has the capacity to function on a weak, medium or strong level and be very helpful or not — with so much depending on where the aspect is rising, setting, above and below in the world, and where it is happening in the 12 signs of the zodiac, plus how close the pattern is to natal placements for people, cities, states, nations, world leaders and other event charts that are important.
I am bringing this to your attention as the elements involved in this opposition are fire and air. Of course all Americans know what is happening along the West Coast and if you factor in the astrological energies of fiery Aries and airy Libra and that Mars is in Aries and Juno is in Libra — and Mars rules Aries and Juno is considered by astrologers, who study asteroids in depth, at least a co-ruler of Libra with Venus — then the implications of this rare polarity are apparent.