Sun Sextile Saturn (1) (2020-03-19)
Grand Conjunction versus the Anaretic Sextile Prior to Vernal Equinox
Many other astrologers are focused on the “Grand Conjunction” that happens at the end of this year. Those happen every twenty years, and I have no doubt that they are important. However, I think I have found something even more rare and even more important. The aspect has been perfecting as I have researched and am writing this article. I call it (full name) “Anaretic Sextile Prior to Vernal Equinox.” For sake of brevity, we will just call it the “Anaretic Sextile” even though other similar aspects exist. (Otherwise, “Grand Conjunction” will win this face-off just because it is easier to pronounce.)
What Makes It Special?
What makes it special? First of all, it is far more rare. The last one appears to have happened in 1961. The next one happens in 2167. …
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