Earlier in the week we called Sun square the lunar nodes as a turning point of some kind. It feels like an energetic tipping point between the past and the future — or the future and the past. The nodes are among the elements in astrology that blend personal and collective energy — just like eclipses, and just like the Aries Point, which is still as hot as it gets right now. Today, however, we have another aspect that helps focus that theme — Pallas conjunct Chiron. Here’s a short breakdown.
Pallas in mundane astrology (the astrology of worldly events) is about strategy, law and politics. Chiron can be a call to awakening, a standout person or event or situation. There is indeed something rebellious going on in politics; something that might be a little fogged over with fantasy or denial, something with an erotic overtone and in Pisces, something influencing women. Pallas-Chiron can be about a hiccup in the political process, or even something more significant. We can add these themes to the Sun square nodes — themes that describe the nature of some wider collective bend in the road.
And: what have we got happening today that matches the theme? How about the Michigan Republican primary election? I don’t know if you’ve been following this, but Mitt Romney, the presumptive frontrunner for the ‘Pub nomination, is having a little problem in Michigan. He’s been upset several times by somebody nobody thought could get anywhere, Rick Santorum, the Bible-thumping anti-sex, anti-woman, anti-college sociopath who, for some reason, people are voting for.
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