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The Greatest Aries Point Show on Earth Dear Fellow Traveler:

We are approaching the summer solstice, one of the most concentrated astrological moments of the year. This plays into an existing setup of planets gathering in the places where the changes of seasons are focused. As referenced many times on these pages, this is called the Aries Point: the imaginary cross in the sky that goes from Aries to Libra and Cancer to Capricorn. The Aries Point goes by several other names, including the cardinal cross of the heavens, though whatever you call it, the concept translates to events with strong influence on personal and global affairs.

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Chart for the June 26, 2010 partial lunar eclipse conjunct Pluto, set for upstate New York (the astrologer's location). This is an Aries Point event, because all the planets aspect the first degree of Aries. Note the grand cross on the cardinal points -- Jupiter and Uranus conjunct in Aries, the Sun and Mercury in Cancer, Saturn in late Virgo on its way into Libra, and Pluto with the Moon in Capricorn. This configuration contains many aspects: they include Jupiter square Pluto; Saturn square Pluto; Jupiter opposite Saturn; Mercury opposite Pluto and Mercury square Jupiter. And of course, coming up in July is the 5th event of Saturn opposite Uranus -- exactly on the Aries Point. This will be an interesting summer. The lunar eclipse shown above will be followed by a total solar eclipse in Cancer on July 11.
If you're wondering why the world seems to be spinning off its axis, and why your life might feel like a trip through your own personal Twilight Zone Theme Park, check the astrology: it's the Aries Point -- the one that reminds us that the personal is political and that every individual is connected to a larger public life. If you know your chart, even just a little, look for planets and angles early in the cardinal signs and see what you discover.

Mighty players in the cosmic drama have been collecting along this axis: the ones that change the world no matter what they do. Pluto, the first to arrive, is still in early Capricorn. Saturn is about to re-enter Libra to stay for two years. Jupiter and Uranus are conjunct in Aries, having their first exact meeting in the first degree of that sign (degree symbol: a woman, risen from the sea). This is an alignment of historic dimensions: I would rate it in the top five most potent setups of the past 50 years, up there with the mid-60s alignment, the grand cross of August 1999, and the Saturn-Pluto opposition of August 2001.

We can take these separately [see caption at right], noting that we are in the midst of several key alignments: for example, Saturn opposite Uranus and Saturn square Pluto. And of course, we are now well into the effects of the gem of 2012, Uranus square Pluto -- the infamous spark plug of revolution.

While these charts make excellent things to study in retrospect, astrology is mostly about embracing our present moment. It is an easily available map to our experience, now. Most writers are describing the alignment as the 'cardinal T-square' because it involves three of the cardinal signs. It is also the 2012 alignment, which focuses on the square of Uranus in Aries and Pluto with the Moon in Capricorn. The Sun is about to complete the cross by ingressing the sign Cancer on Monday, June 21. This is followed by a spectacular lunar eclipse in Capricorn, exactly conjunct Pluto, on Saturday, June 26. Mercury is in the picture, close to the Sun, so whatever this alignment represents has a voice.

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Eclipse of the Moon, in an unknown sign on an unknown date, by an unknown photographer. It is a generic lunar eclipse, and a pretty one, too. Eclipses happen when the Sun and Moon align near the lunar nodes.
It's worth mentioning the influence of eclipses, which I describe in my weekly podcast. Eclipses are fulcrum events that concentrate both personal growth and the historical process. They define eras of time, but it's a little like getting propelled through a funnel and coming out in another dimension. Part of why they're so powerful is that they align several dimensions of space and time: in other words, they are multidimensional in a way that goes beyond what you ordinarily see in astrology.

If you're an astrology student and you're wondering what the lunar nodes are about, when you see the node, think eclipse. The lunar nodes (where eclipses always happen) are the energetic gateways to the past and the future that enable eclipses to be what they are. The nodes are separate from the Moon; they are points in space that have an 18-year orbit. Think of them as a meeting point. When the Sun and Moon are both near a node, that's when we have an eclipse -- or more accurately, a pair of eclipses, one at the Full Moon and another at the New Moon. Generally, eclipses arrive with a surge forward, with a release of the past and an unusual encounter with the future. Events can seem fated or karmic. They feel magnified, and (like the Aries Point) eclipses merge individual and collective consciousness.

Therefore, you could say we're heading into an interesting week -- not that we're vaguely short of interesting at the moment. When the Sun and Moon get involved with a slow-moving setup, it tends to precipitate the energy contained in that alignment and ground it in tangible ways. Imagine that the tension of the current alignment of slow-movers (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Pluto) has been building for years, focused on the Aries Point. Now the Sun, Moon and lunar nodes arrive, and we have an eclipse -- two of them, actually, with the second being a total eclipse of the Sun on July 11. That looks and feels like a cascade. If I had to offer any astrologically-based advice, it would be to focus on what's truly important, and I mean that in the long run. Now is the time to concentrate positive attention on your most meaningful goals and plans.

A grand cross baptized by eclipses says that we are standing at a vast crossroads, where choices actually matter. The thing to know is, you are making decisions that affect things you aren't aware of yet. Therefore, the way to use an eclipse as a navigation tool is to focus on the goals and desires that reflect your deepest values.

The Cardinal Cross of the Heavens

Planets are moving from mutable cross (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces) to the cardinal cross (Aries, Cancer, Libra, Capricorn). For example, Uranus has been a longterm tenant of Pisces, and is now taking up residence in Aries. Pluto was in Sagittarius for more than a decade and is now in Capricorn. Saturn has been in Virgo for more than two years and is now moving into Libra.

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A well-worn copy of Esoteric Astrology and the Ace of Wands from the Jodorowsky Tarot. This photo, made in late 2007, is on the official Planet Waves postcard. Photo by Eric Francis.
In the mundane sense, the energy of the mutable cross is a season dissolving and yielding to the next; and the energy of the cardinal cross is a surge of power, like shoots pressing upwards in the spring (this is described eloquently in The Book of Thoth by Aleister Crowley). This 'change of seasons' is happening over a period of about five years (approximately 2007 to 2011), accompanied by other vital developments: for example, Chiron and Neptune ingressing Pisces.

The crosses have what you might call spiritual implications. This morning I got the intuition to check in with Esoteric Astrology by Alice A. Bailey (1880-1949; text published in 1951). While I'm here, I will offer some background. This book, part of a larger series called A Treatise on the Seven Rays, has little appeal to traditionally grounded astrologers. To them, many of its assertions seem ignorant, speculative and even ridiculous (typical characterizations of literature emerging from various mystery schools). Why this isn't the pot calling the kettle black is because traditional astrology is part of mainstream Western intellectual thought. It's not really mystical. Mainstream astrology is indeed mainstream, to the point of being the astrology of empire.

I've studied Esoteric Astrology and considered its ideas for about 15 years. Though many astrologers would be reluctant to acknowledge this (probably because it is so difficult to comprehend, and relatively few have actually got through the book) it's clearly one of the most influential works of 20th century astrology. Bailey grounds the practice of astrology in a deeper philosophy, rooting it in a veiled mystical tradition. She presents ideas that can only be verified or discounted through a combination of intuition, experience and additional study. Among the astrologers you read, you may notice that one broad category 'gets it' and one 'doesn't get it', with the 'it' being the fundamentally spiritual nature of astrology: that it's a raft to a further shore, and the memory of what's on the other side informs the work. The 'doesn't get it' camp is what you encounter when the astrology feels like Tinker Toys or an Erector Set. Note that if you dive into Bailey's writing by contrast it will make the Planet Waves websites seem as organized as an engineering library.

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Djwhal Khul, the Tibetan, is well known for his seminal theosophical teachings transmitted to Alice Bailey which became the basis of the Arcane School. He is one of the ascended masters.
What we tune into via Esoteric Astrology is the sense of a vast latticework of the psychic levels; the very, very, very long history of human incarnation and of the solar system itself; and the idea that planetary energies and alignments have influence on many planes of existence. We learn that certain alignments bring together the influences of the different levels of reality -- and that's what's happening now. In short, the people of the planet are going through a group initiation, which is another way of saying a shift of consciousness by a wide population.

This shift of energy -- from a long stretch of time under the influence of the mutable cross, to the new setup focused on the cardinal cross -- is about as significant as it gets. Traditional astrology tells us the mutable cross is nervous, unstable, slow to respond and mired in a mental quality. The cardinal cross is assertive, action-oriented and seeks to create a new order. In a rare moment of connection, this is also reflected in what Esoteric Astrology has to say about the crosses, though it goes a bit deeper.

Bailey (channeling The Tibetan) describes the mutable cross as the cross of "repeated incarnations," the "cross of many changes" and the location of numerous experiments that "lead to successive and continuous expansions of consciousness." The mutable cross is all about encountering the endless challenges of incarnation. It's the cross of the "Son of God," that is, the version of the Christ that actually incarnated on Earth. Here we find that round-and-round quality of reincarnation; the sense of being stuck here, and stuck in patterns. More to the point, the mutable cross describes the long (long, long, long) experience of integrating spirit with matter. Bailey informs us that this is the second iteration of the solar system: we are in system two, as she calls it (literally, the second version of the solar system), because it takes that long for physical matter to be quickened to the point where it can fully meld and blend with soul energy; where it will support life.

The energy of the mutable cross is a gradual awakening to the presence of spirit within matter. For example, we are not just our bodies and our bodies are not merely physical. Mutability involves cultivating consciousness of the mind as a distinct entity, then noticing that it veils something more permanent: the soul. It takes a long time to notice this; humanity spends a lot of time on the mutable cross.

The cardinal cross is the cross of action: "the expression of will or power as it expresses itself in the great creative process."

What she terms the great creative process includes the incarnational experience of humanity, and a lot more than that. One aligned with the cardinal cross "no longer identifies with the form or even the soul, but with the will of divinity and with the eternal plan and purpose. It becomes his plan and purpose." Bailey describes this as the cross of the Cosmic Christ, which to me suggests that it's like magnetic north: an orienting pull in the direction of true ethics and purpose, available amidst the chaos of the psyche and of the world. This fits well with the Aries Point theme, because Aries Point events tend to be the easiest to orient our lives around. This includes planets and angles located in the cardinal signs: they are the places where we feel compelled to take action.

The Birthplace of Ideas

Aries, in particular, is "the birthplace of ideas, and a true idea is in reality a spiritual impulse taking form." Note that we have two spectacularly creative planets conjunct in Aries: Jupiter and Uranus, which are making available many brilliant ideas that we can think of as spiritual impulses taking form. That's why you'd be wise to trust your ideas at this point in your existence, and to trust that ideas exist that can solve whatever you want to solve; and create whatever you want to create.

"Aries initiates the cycle of manifestation," she says. So you can think of the transition of Uranus from Pisces to Aries as just that: a form of grounding of a long-tested idea into tangible physical form and decisive action. In the system of Esoteric Astrology, Uranus is one of the rulers of the sign Aries (the other is Mercury, and the two are closely related).

Cancer, and all of this eclipse activity, is a reminder of the initial purpose of incarnation, be that in the universal sense or your individual intention for incarnation. The two are related and that relationship becomes obvious with activity on the cardinal cross in general and in Cancer, specifically. There are few more potent signs of rebirth than a total solar eclipse in Cancer. The coming eclipse is conjunct Juno, which says that as we are reborn and transformed, so too are our relationships, our ideas of relationships and what we think of as our role as a partner. We have some work to do on the issue of jealousy, and Juno involved in this eclipse suggests that we make a note that it's not healthy, and that there is a sane, loving alternative.

Pluto in Capricorn is about attaining a definite goal as opposed to thinking about, and experimenting with, that goal. We are seeing many things get dismantled, torn apart and revealed for what they are: for example, the entire criminal enterprise of capitalism, veiled as political or economic theory.

Saturn in Libra is about building. There is a close association to sex and money with Libra, though on a more critical level it is about the law: as she puts it, "law, legislation, legality and justice." And so Saturn in Libra is about actively building our integrity on the matter of laws, which are agreements. As Saturn moves through the last degrees of Virgo, we are seeing the results of laws that don't work, that don't protect people and that have an ulterior agenda. As Saturn in Libra does its work, we will witness the power of conscious agreements, of purpose and clarity in relationships. As a society, we are due to encounter the need to use our laws as tools for building a stable, sustainable world that supports and protects humanity from its less conscientious members.

One of my readers said that her take on Uranus in Aries square Pluto in Capricorn is mandatory integrity. Yes, it's easy to cheat, to deceive and to evade one's purpose, but it's going to become increasingly challenging: an occasion to which we all must rise, sooner or later. This includes addressing the unjust laws to which so many are subjected.

As we witness the tearing down of so much that is familiar and taken for granted, the alignment on the cardinal cross is compelling us to take action, to speak only the truth and to live as if we are alive. This is a group initiation. We are in this together. Remember that as you sail your timeship through the extraordinary weeks ahead, and beyond. Borrowing a bit from A Course in Miracles, "You cannot be fully committed part of the time.

Yours & truly,
Eric Francis

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Facing Our Demons -- Or Not | Political Waves

Standing back from our political situation, I think of the Laurel and Hardy schtick where Ollie turns to Stan and says, "Here's another fine mess you've gotten us into." Blubbering, Stanley wheezes out little peeps of distress, squinches up his face and scratches his head.

We're Ollie. We're Stan. And this fine mess is the result of decades of policies and decisions by Reagan, Bush the Elder, Clinton and Bush the Younger. Obama is the newest engineer on our runaway train, but he doesn't seem to have any magic tricks to offer us. Most presidents don't have to deal with both domestic and foreign firestorms at the same time, and you can tell that Obama would rather be flying at jet speed, not careening along on rickety, old paradigm tracks toward the cliff looming ahead. Doubtless there are some mornings when Obama peeps, squinches and scratches, too; perhaps most mornings.

In order to free Congress for big legislation like health care and energy reform, Obama chose to 'move on' from Bushy criminal investigations, thus taking on ownership of the fine mess we're in. The obvious result of GW's hubristic tenure -- hyperextending militarism and the free market right to the edge on warring, spending, borrowing and deregulating -- is that we're now over the edge on every front. Government has always kept the worst projections and assessments from the public in order to keep the economy calm and the people compliant. The good news is that, coming off several decades of denial-binge, the public now recognizes that facts trump political rhetoric. The bad news is that the political system is so hamstrung by partisanship that it can't move more than baby steps at a time, impeded by those who think "the good old days" of American dominance and expansion are still an option.

In this country, "where seldom is heard a discouraging word," we lie to each other and to ourselves to preserve that sunny Reaganesque illusion. Believing lies is our national version of Prozac. Not wanting to know is a sedation overdose that has now landed us all in the emergency room. Because we still don't want to face the truth, we continue to slap band-aids on national wounds to our treasury, liberties and ethics that gush like BP's failed pipes. Each day that passes makes a dire situation more critical.

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Weekly Horoscope for Friday, June 18, 2010, #820 - BY ERIC FRANCIS

Aries (March 20-April 19)
You face a test this week about whether you feel safe expressing yourself so fully, and living so boldly. This extra light has come with extra shadow, and I know it's confusing. Many before us have wondered why facing our true potential also comes with facing some of our deepest fears. As the Sun makes its last moves in the sign Gemini, straddling this dualism may feel like stretching across a contradiction, which is true: you are the bridge. To be fully alive means to embrace every shade of potential, and there's a reason this is true: the opposite would be to suppress part of the psychic spectrum, and this would not qualify for 'fully' anything. Follow your feelings carefully as the Sun makes its way into the sign Cancer on Monday, and notice the results when you relax your mind and let it all be.

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Taurus (April 19- May 20)
This week's solstice provides you with a missing ingredient. The absence of this whatever-it-is may have been quietly tormenting you with a sense of emotional emptiness, as the world around you has its impact on your life. You're not really empty, though the Sun in Cancer will add previously lacking substance to your thoughts and emotions. This is likely to feel like filling your mental engine up with oil, which will help the various parts of yourself connect with one another a little more smoothly. What you've been feeling is intensity without direct access to the inner resonance that would take the edge off. Remember, as a Taurean you cannot process things on a merely intellectual level, tempting as that is. You experience your thoughts emotionally, and as the Sun makes its way into the sign Cancer, you're about to get a lot of support.

Taurus Birthday Audio by Eric Francis is available. Check this link for more information.
Gemini (May 20- June 21)
You're standing face-to-face with overwhelming forces, and it doesn't help that you can't quite describe the phenomenon. It's halfway between gazing out at the cosmos and seeing absolutely nothing, and seeing overwhelming bright light. These are internal qualities. They have certain parallels in the physical universe of planets, stars and galaxies, though the human dimension is what we think of as a spiritual matter. As the seasons change this week, you're likely to face this dark versus light situation with more confidence. The difference is that you're tuning into feeling the presence of the observer and identifying with this, rather than with trying to reach for one side of the split between dark and light. Incidentally: the fact that you can see contrast and experience yourself many distinct ways is a profound gift -- especially if you dare to think of it that way.

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Cancer (June 21- July 22)
Over the next seven days, events in your life will begin to move more quickly than you're expecting, and I suggest you move with them. If you're seeking a sense of security or grounding, you'll find it in hanging loose with everything from your emotions to your sense of place. Let the river flow, let the tides move and in the words of a surfer I met last summer, "Look where you want to be." The combination of the solstice on Monday and a lunar eclipse conjunct Pluto on Friday suggest nothing short of total transformation. These events, focused on your sign, reveal something you've suspected all along: there is a missing piece, and you are it. You are part of a much larger pattern of events that is happening around you and that has been developing within you for many years; it's just that your own role was not clear.

Leo (July 22- Aug. 23)
Venus in your sign has opened up the flow of potential, and you're discovering that potential is real rather than just a theory. By real, I mean that the present value is obvious to you, rather than some notion of future value. This is value you possess and that you can share, and you've always had it: but recent events have opened up a new flow of ideas and more than anything else, confirmation that what you've felt for so long is real. What you have at the moment is a contact point between your highest vision for life and the tangible things you do every day. For most and I do mean 90% of all people, this feeling happens a few times in a lifetime, and the moments would stand out if we recognized them when they happen. I'm here to remind you exactly what you have available, and reassure you that now is the time to act on the obvious.

Virgo (Aug. 23- Sep. 22)
The central question is, 'Have you come to terms with yourself?' I can use astrology to propose what you might be doubting or processing, though you can speak more articulately than that. You know the differences with yourself that you've been trying to iron out. You also know the extent to which your self-critique lacks any real function, and sends you deeper into questions that have no answers. I suggest you count this kind of mental gyration as a luxury you can no longer afford. It affects your relationship with yourself, and it influences how you see others and thus who they are in your life. An aspect of what you are doing is teaching the parent in you to relate more coherently to the child in you, because this child is the source of most of the fear that you experience. And, truly, you're too old to be governed by that fear.

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Libra (Sep. 22 - Oct. 23)
Keep your focus and remember your goals. This is vital: be vigilant of your own objectives and those of anyone with whom you collaborate. The inner energetic quality of attention is the same, whether the beneficiary appears to be you or something of which you are part. Both will be equally rewarding and each side of the equation will help the other, because they are one cause, one purpose, and you are at the center of that purpose. There are many influences acting on you, and some of them are destabilizing. I suggest that you resist any temptation to be flaky. Indeed, as the new season develops the theme of your life will increasingly be about commitment and consistency. It is true that you are experimenting in some wild directions, and there are greater horizons to come, but none of that will work without solid grounding in the adult world.

Scorpio (Oct. 23- Nov. 22)
You may be discovering you have issues with your friends that were somehow veiled until recently. A theme is developing where you're the one who makes the sacrifices and puts out the effort, but are not rewarded for that attentiveness. I suggest you stop trying so hard, and make clear statements of your desires. I was going to say needs, but the word 'need' conjures a feeling of childhood resentment that is not befitting your visible, mature place in the world. Over many recent months you've been experimenting with different notions of leadership, and being placed in different positions of authority. That, in itself, is a form of service. Expressing honest leadership is doing the world a huge favor, though you may need to make some internal adjustments to feel the authentic value of that idea.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22 - Dec. 22)
You've waited a long time for the world to actually be as weird as you've seen it all your life, and now you're getting a reflection. Here is a suggestion that I would trust few others than a Sagittarian to understand: whenever you see a problem, think of it as an opportunity because you hold some piece of the solution. Whenever you see some surprising form of progress, look for the ways you not only might contribute in the future, but which you are contributing to it in the present. As the planets make a series of bold moves this week, take every occasion to feel your presence in the world, and to experiment with the thing you crave the very most: letting go. Take that how you wish: emotionally, erotically, empathically, or trusting the flow of events. That trust will validate itself.

Capricorn (Dec. 22- Jan. 20)
It turns out that honoring leadership is a theme of many astrological signs these days; Aries, Gemini, Cancer, Libra, Scorpio and Sagittarius all have significant movement in their 10th solar house. So while you have company on the leadership council, which by the way suggests strongly that a team approach to leadership is the way to go, nobody else but Capricorn has Saturn about to cross their 10th house cusp. This has a quality of 'the buck stops here', though the involvement of Libra puts a strong emphasis on cooperation, balance and an elegant approach to problem solving. But more than anything the implication is that you must be prepared to take responsibility for what you have created, and for what you intend to create. Nobody can have this transit without some big plans, so while you are getting yourself organized, think for the long run.

Aquarius (Jan. 20- Feb. 19)
Now is the time to focus on health issues you want to resolve, no matter how long you've been dealing with them. Aquarius is one of the signs for whom emotional and physical health are fully integrated, so part of this is about discovering a more settled place on the level of your feelings. This involves your complex situation involving a longstanding relationship, which is once again seeking a new depth of resolution. Yet there is also the 'purely' medical level, which suggests strongly that routine care, from a dental cleaning to a visit with a nutritionist, can have significant longterm results. The same will be true with therapy. For example, if you have a therapist you've worked with in the past, doing one or two sessions could move you ahead quickly -- particularly if you bring in material from your especially interesting recent dreams.

Aquarius birthday audio is coming soon -- it will have its moment.

Pisces (Feb. 19- March 20)
The ongoing Jupiter-Uranus conjunction has you under so much pressure to recognize your value, your contribution and like you belong on the planet that the project could easily backfire. I suggest you make a series of efficiency refinements. The first of these is to feel the logical result of these planetary signs and work backwards from there. For example: how would you feel if you were solidly confident of your place in the world, with part of that confidence being that others recognize your contribution? That's the posture you need to take: a kind of quiet assurance that may not, by the way, feel so natural for nervous, the-world-on-her-shoulders psyche of a Fish. I am proposing that the show is not going to start without you; you're the star of this particular production. Nobody can play your role, and reruns of Futurama aren't cutting it anymore.

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