Based on my limited experience with transits, I have come to the preliminary conclusion that semisextiles in transits are rather subtle in their influence, almost like the strength of a cup of tea made using a tea bag that has been reused several times - weak and diluted. Usually, there are quite a number of … Continue reading Semisextiles in Transits
This post is not to debate on or discuss the merits and demerits of the equal house system but rather to share my experiences with the system. Those of you who are familiar with the equal house system know that the cusp of the 10th house isn't always the same as the Midheaven, MC and … Continue reading Angles in Equal House System
We know that outer planets can make multiple contacts with a natal planet or sensitive point. Consequently, the influence of an outer planet can last well over a year. The anatomy/life cycle of an outer planet transit is commonly described as: the first hit: preparation. This is setting the stage, the scene for the climax(es) … Continue reading Anatomy of a Transit
I have often thought of Uranus transits to natal Venus as the desire for freedom, change, the need to honour one's individuality, disruption, distance, speed in relationships, personal finances, personal values and/or aesthetic tastes. Certainly, the natal configuration of Uranus and Venus affects how a person may experience the transit. It just occurred to me … Continue reading Uranus-Venus Transits
In my post "But That's Me!", I talked about the importance of looking at the natal chart when interpreting transits (the same goes for progressions and solar returns as well). Here's an example to further illustrate the point: let's say you have a Sun trine Uranus in your natal chart. You are likely to be … Continue reading Realising One’s Individuality
I was doing a reading for someone. She will have a transiting Saturn making a square over her Mercury next year. I explained to her that the influences that she's likely to experience next year would be along the lines of seriousness, being focused, working hard, being cautious, all so that she can consolidate and … Continue reading But That’s Me!