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How would a progressed Mercury retrograde affect someone with a natal Mercury which is not retrograde? And how long will that retrograde last?
When did the Tropical and the Sidereal zodiacs line up? Do we have a scientific way to know, like from NASA? It must be somewhere between 200 and 500 AD?
Are intercepted signs and their rulers weakened? Particularly, how do we interpret the Luminaries when Leo or Cancer is intercepted? Or when the Sun is not the Almuten and using the Whole Sign system is out of whack with how a person experiences and recognizes the Sun in their chart?
Dear Dr. Tyson,
You may have noticed a story circulating on social media talking about how NASA had discovered a new zodiac sign and thereby changed astrology. This canard resurfaces every few years, with minor variations. NASA's involvement is a recent wrinkle, but for me, it was the last straw.
One of the biggest challenges for astrologers is finding the balance between fate and free will. An ancient tenant of astrology is, "The stars dispose; they do not compel." We're influenced by our charts and by the astrological energies, but we also choose our own paths. This is easy enough to incorporate when interpreting natal charts, but harder to reconcile when working with predictive astrology. After all, predictive astrology is supposed to predict the future. At least that's what I believed back in 2014 when I was preparing to teach the first Online Predictive Astrology Class.