Tuesday, 31 January 2012

2012 Predictions by zodiac sign: Part II

Following from my previous post, this one will also focus on some of the insights that we can get from the stars regarding the ways in which 2012 could unfold in relation to our zodiac sign. Following the tradition of my blog related to starting from Pisces and moving clockwise in the zodiac, this post will cover Scorpio, Libra, Virgo and Leo whereas the next one will cover Cancer, Gemini, Taurus and Aries. The main astrological indicators that I will focus on are the transits of Jupiter and Saturn, although I will take into account transits of the faster moving planets (Mercury, Venus and Mars) as well as those of the slower moving planets (Uranus, Neptune and Pluto). Jupiter will remain in the sign of Taurus until June 11th 2012 and will then move to Gemini where it will stay until June next year. On the other hand, Saturn won’t change signs until October 5th 2012 at which time it will leave Libra for good in order to enter Scorpio and stay there for 2.5 years. Concerning the slower moving planets, Pluto and Uranus will remain in Capricorn and Aries, respectively, whereas Neptune will change signs for good on February 3rd in order to return to its natural ‘habitat’, that is, Pisces.

Saturday, 28 January 2012

2012 Predictions by zodiac sign: Part I

2012 has already entered and many of you may be wondering what this new year may have in store for you, all the more because there has been so much talk about 2012 being the year that will mark the end of the world! I promise to write more extensively about whether the astrological transits that will take place on December 21st 2012 will be as apocalyptic as some want us to believe. Just to give you a hint, I think that humanity has already gone through much tougher astrological transits, so I trust that the end of the year will find us alive and kicking! Nevertheless, 2012 does seem to be the harbinger of a new era that will be characterised by a marked change in our values; this is something that we have already started to see given the noticeable, albeit slow, shift from consumerism and profitability to love, solidarity and even spirituality.