NorthPoint Astrology Journal: Your Guide to Planetary Energies for July 7 – 13, 2014, by Pam Younghans

“ONE MORE THING calling our attention is that Saturn and Uranus will each be at 16 degrees of their respective signs when they change direction (Saturn in Scorpio, Uranus in Aries).” AND THEN NIKI SAYS … and REMEMBER, always, that the signs are usually incorrect in the truth of the cosmos, and this information should be read in the proper context, as this is the “Prevailing Energy” of the “Constructed Reality” we live in, not the actual astronomical positions of the planets and their respective constellation (and degrees) with which they presently are viewed from Planet Earth.

FURTHER REMEMBER, as with all retrogrades, its merely the optical illusion, use the smokes and mirrors wisely and with good intention and see how fast the real world responds. =)

2012: What's the 'real' truth?

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Today’s photo: Spectacular sunset seen recently in East Providence, Rhode Island, USA (credit: Mary Umbricht, on SpaceWeather.com)

THROUGHOUT this month of July, we’ll be working with two planets with very different agendas. Saturn and Uranus are preparing to change direction on July 20 and 21, respectively — Saturn will finish its retrograde (backward motion) phase on the 20th, and Uranus will begin its retrograde phase on the 21st.

During the two weeks on either side of a planet’s “station,” when the planet is virtually standing still (from Earth’s perspective), we tend to feel that planet’s effects more directly. I often use the analogy of a train station to explain this effect:

If we’re standing on the platform and a train is approaching, at first the vibration and the sound are distant. As the train gets closer and also starts slowing, the vibration and sound get stronger. When the train…

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