Another Gregorian year draws to a close. It’s been a rather tempestuous one astrologically as we saw a number of eclipses occult the sky, Saturn squaring off against Uranus on a number of occasions, Saturn moving from Virgo to Libra, the big Aquarius stellium and of course Pluto’s arrival in Capricorn. The year ends on a potent Full Moon/partial eclipse which you can read about here. It augurs a portentous beginning to the new Gregorian year.
If we can look back on 2009, the power of the Aquarian stellium kept hope high throughout the summer, while the economy faded deeper and deeper into record numbers. Neptune, Jupiter and Chiron allowed us to face our collective fears and pin our hopes on the future. Chiron in particular was an amazing force that acted like an enzymatic agent of truth. As we looked at the Obama administration and Obama in particular (Leo) Chiron in Aquarius gave us the objective insight into how effective the new administration had been in honoring it’s agreements and pre-election compacts. Chiron in Aquarius gave us a glimpse at the shadow side of progressive idealism and the inability to fully manifest those ideals in the political realm, while the gargantuan energies of the corporatocracy rose to monolithic heights as Pluto stormed into Capricorn.
We saw government become more and more invested in the private sector, while cooperate interests found a home in DC with the likes of Gethner, Summers and Rubin, returning to the scene of previously committed crimes. Through it all, Chiron gave us sobering perspective, while Jupiter expanded our utopian possibilities. It was the best medicine we could get as the cold reality of politics settled in, just after the swearing in of the president elect during a VOC Moon and Mercury Retrograde.
The Tiger Woods scandal broke open near the year’s end and we saw first hand the cold, almost robotic functionality of Capricorn (Tiger’s sign) meet the unbridled and lusty expression of it’s more carnal nature in the same man as well. Tiger’s birthday was on the 30th (yesterday) and I’ll have more on him later. That was the year that was. What about 2010?
In 2010, we’ll see more significant shifts in the heavens, including a rapid transit of Jupiter through Pisces into Aries and the big one, Uranus’ move into Aries, in May. In fact, on June 7th, Jupiter and Uranus will be exactly conjunct at 0 degrees. Anyone with a modicum of working knowledge regarding astrology knows that any sign is at it’s ultimate expression at 0 degrees. The planet of change meets the planet of expansion in the sign of will.
The Summer of 2010 will be anything but dull.
People that have been put off, down and out will say “enough is enough.” By that time, the tea parties will have moved onto harder spirits and might be sipping molotov cocktails instead of Dunkin Donuts coffee. In essence, 2010 will be a revolutionary year, a year like no other. Based on what I can see, we will live through one of the most tumultuous years since the 1960’s. I’ll get into more specific predictions in a following post, but this one is all about you, your sign and what 2010 holds in store for you.
Fasten your seat belts and please make sure that you are seated for the last five minute of this post, and please be sure to keep all beverages away from the computer while reading. Let’s have a look at 2010 for all signs. Continue reading “2010 Horoscopes For All Signs”