The Sun enters Virgo at 7:02 pm EDT Thursday, potentially awakening you to a vastly different space than you perceive yourself in. Granted, every time the Sun changes sign, it’s a different space, usually perceived with refreshment. This time, as indicated by the synchronicity of astrology and events, the space where change itself takes place will be enlarged to an entirely new sense of scale and purpose.
It has to do with a spacecraft, three planets, one hypothetical point, a fixed star, our galaxy and you. Or more properly, you and every being under the Sun.
The spacecraft is Voyager 1, launched during solar Virgo of 1977 onto a grand tour of the outer solar system. Nearly 36 years later, it is still sending data back to Earth.
Depending on the model used to interpret that information, Voyager 1 has either entered a new space, that of the stars outside the solar system, or is about to.
As scientists wrangle over interpreting telemetry from Voyager 1, many astrologers are beginning to think you and the rest of us also have a choice to cross some sort of boundary into a new space. Ironically, the fact that most of us are deeply conditioned not to cross boundaries is providing the best evidence through the pervasive tension you feel as a continuous background.
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