The helical rising of Spica, Saturn, Venus and Mercury can be seen throughout a several day period of early December 2012. The Moon will join in when it conjoins Spica on December 9.
The helical rise of a planet or star is when the bodies rise just before sunrise, thus briefly seen before the morning sunlight makes them fade away. The helical rise can be seen at any place where you have an unobstructed view of the eastern horizon.
December 9, 2012
The Helical Rise of the Moon-Spica conjunction,
Saturn, Venus and Mercury
December 5, 2012
Helical Rise of Spica, Saturn, Venus and Mercury
Decmeber 9, 2012 Helical Rise of the Moon-Spica conjuncttion, Saturn, Venus and Mercury
Venus conjoined Saturn on November 27 just as Mars conjoined Pluto. The Venus-Saturn conjunction is sextile (60°) to the Mars-Saturn conjunction, triggering the forming YOD to Jupiter-Aldebaran (and also to the Uranus-Pluto Square). There are several triggers to this Yod throughout December. The Yod culminates just after the December 21, 2012 Solstice, and is a part of the energetic for the coming 2013 New Year. The meaning and significance of this Yod is presented in the November 13, 2012 Lunar Planner (for subscribers). It will also be presented along with the Solstice in the context of the December 13, 2012 Lunar Planner.
The stars would not be in the heavens if we were meant to walk in darkness.
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