Arena wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 24, 2018 5:06 am
Since I can't do ingress charts now...might I ask you guys to make a new thread with 2019 Capsolar and Cansolar? I am wondering where the upcoming Saturn-Pluto conjunction will be angular in the Cansolar? I believe that might be the timing for an economic recession and possibly outbreak of a new war.
I'll do my regular new thread on the 2019 Capsolar in early January, but I'll give you the main points you request here.
At the Capsolar (January 15, 2019, 6:09:58 AM EST), the Saturn-Pluto is still 10° apart, so that aspect per se
isn't an issue. However, both planets have secondary impact (angular, but not that
angular) for the U.S. in different ways. Here is the break-down for Washington:
Uranus on IC 2°36'
Sun on EP 1°33'
Mercury, Saturn, Pluto more widely angular
-- Sun-Pluto conj. 2°31' in mundo
-- -- Su/Pl on EP 0°21' in RA
-- Mercury-Pluto conj. 2°35' in mundo
-- Mercury-Saturn conj. 2°46'
The 2019 Cansolar occurs July 17, 2019, 5:17:03 PM EDT. For the world, it has an exact Moon-Uranus square (0°19'). For the U.S., it's dormant - no other contribution of note, meaning that the Arisolar persists for the U.S. Now, THAT chart (April 15, 2019, 2:17:20 AM) is the one that concentrates the severity on the U.S.! Saturn is 0°04' above Asc, Pluto is 2°29' below, and they are conjunct (slightly closer mundanely than ecliptically). For the U.S., the Arisolar covers the six months April 15 to October 18 and it won't be pretty!
Worldwide, the Arisolar has Saturn-Pluto angular in Central America (roughly Guatemala down to Nicaragua, but the whole region), western Cuba, Florida, and up to the U.S. (Whatever happens geopolitically or economically, this sounds like horrible hurricane damage across the whole region). In Europe, is strikes high, through upper Scandinavia (but not too far from Iceland - you might want to see just how close it is in Reyk). In Asia, it comes down through several -stans, especially hitting Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the whole body of India. New Zealand gets it on IC squarely - really squarely (Saturn exactly through Auckland and Wellington) - one might almost anticipate the eradication of New Zealand. The MC will also have important impact: Great Britain, a tip of France, the body of Spain (from these, one expects Brexit consequences on Britain and the EU), then western Africa (Morocco down to Ivory Coast).
With such economic centers as the U.S., Britain, and the EU center being so impacted, a large economic catastrophe is hardly out of the question. Saturn-Pluto isn't typical for economic crises, except that Saturn itself is. Saturn-Pluto at the solar ingress level carries an almost apocalyptic
feel, a sense of unrecoverable devastation,
which is easiest to grasp in climate/weather terms but could, of course, also be profoundly severe economic matters.
Russia is strangely protected from this part. Its Arisolar is dormant and has a mundane Moon-Jupiter square that the world in general doesn't have. China also has a dormant Arisolar.
Switching to the Cansolar... Ecliptically, the aspect is 5° wide. We wouldn't even count it in an ingress. Of much greater interest to me is the partile Venus-Saturn opposition, which (depending on where it falls angular) will be the most severe effects of the year. I've looked for places where the Saturn-Pluto becomes much closer mundanely and don't find them: Saturn-Pluto concentrates out of the Arisolar, not the Cansolar. But let's look for places the Venus-Saturn lands angular, as well as the separate (not aspect-connected) Pluto.
These miss most (not all) of the economic-leader areas. For example, the Saturn-Pluto on IC (and Venus on MC) cuts through Alaska and little else. Venus-Saturn setting, though, slices through nearly the entire body of South America, entering around Santiago, Chile and exiting through Surinam. Sun-Venus-Saturn-Pluto squeeze together through upper Scandinavia, otherwise missing Europe altogether, then turn south through the body of China. Venus-Saturn and the separate Pluto straddle the Philippines, and pass through central Australia.
Russia has a Pluto line. Of all the lines running through China, it is the Sun line that hits Beijing most squarely. Meanwhile, the U.S. is still feeling the Arisolar due to the Cansolar's dormancy. The Venus-IC and Saturn-MC passes through Turkey, then down the eastern edge of Africa.
The tropical Cansolar
As a point of formality, the terms like "Cansolar" are unique to the Sidereal system, not just because they were coined for it but because (thankfully) the Tropical mundane astrology community never picked them up. "Summer Solstice" chart (which, of course is "Winter Solstice" for half the globe) or "Cancer Ingress" are the preferred terms.
But I knew what you meant