Saturday, November 7, 2009

This Week in Astrology #137, 11-9-09

Look out, it's here! SATURN SQUARES PLUTO this week, kicking off a multi-year period of unprecedented global transformation. We will all witness the destruction of old structures, large and small, that no longer serve the greater good. But persevere with good cheer: the big tear-down is all part of the extraordinary planetary upgrade that is paving the way for homo luminous!

Mercury and the Sun (and, to a lesser degree, Venus) are busy with numerous outer planet aspects as well.

Part 2 features listener feedback on a recent Part 1 chart and an astrological light bulb joke for each sign. Part 3 features my live consultation with a woman concerned about the ominous-sounding Sabian Symbol for her midheaven. Will I succeed in helping her see how it's really all good?

Hear all about this and more -- click here to listen, or go to www.ThisWeekInAstrology.com to learn about getting the show through iTunes. (We love it when you subscribe through iTunes!)

Here's the data for this show's charts:



Part 1: Betty Jo, 1/2/34, 5:56 am, St. Augustine FL


Part 3: Sharon, 7/10/56, 7 am, Detroit, MI


This show's index:

Overview: 1:35
Monday: 2:20
Tuesday: 2:49
Wednesday: 4:36
Thursday: 5:49
Friday: 6:41
Saturday: 7:10
Sunday: 9:10
Next Week's Transits: 13:55
Listener Chart for Part 1: 15:46

Part 2 (announcements and listener emails): 25:27

Part 3 (live listener consultation): 34:52

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