Starcast: April Part 1

2014-04-11T09:00:00Z Starcast: April Part 1By Fran Smith nwitimes.com
April 11, 2014 9:00 am  • 

Welcome to “Starcast”—an amazing look into what the Cosmos has in store for the 12 sun-signs. This is huge! We’re going to look back over the last several years and see why unusual and unexpected events and situations have occurred. On Thursday, May 27, 2010 at 9:50 p.m. (ET), the planet, Uranus (the unusual and the unexpected), left the intuitive sun-sign of Pisces, the Fish, after a seven-year stay and entered the

aggressive sun-sign of Aries, the Ram. Noteworthy: Whatever your sun-sign, this transit has affected you directly, since Aries governs one of the twelve houses within your birth chart (also known as the zodiac wheel).

The Planets in Play: However, the seven-year journey of the planet, Uranus, through Aries, didn’t follow a simple travel schedule. No, our solar system is far too interesting and much more complex than that. For the rest of 2010—and into the early months of 2011—Uranus ran back and forth through Pisces and Aries until Uranus finally became serious about its seven-year commitment on Saturday, March 12, 2011.

Here’s the Schedule: The planet, Uranus (includes sudden developments

and unexpected opportunity), entered Aries on Thursday, May 27, 2010;

then, went back into Pisces on Friday, August 13, 2010—for the rest

of 2010. As expected, the New Year, 2011, opened with Uranus still in Pisces during January and February; then, on Saturday, March 12, 2011, Uranus re-entered Aries—and continues there for the next seven years—until Tuesday, May 15, 2018, when it enters the sun-sign of Taurus, the Bull (surely, a “Starcast” for another time).

Check a numerical (1 through 12) clock. That’s your birth chart. And each pie-shaped wedge (5 to 4 o’clock, for example) is a house, an area of activity (love, money—in every currency imaginable—work, and so on) in your everyday world. This influence (Uranus in Aries) will be favorably at work 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Work very carefully with it.

Here’s how the planet, Uranus, traveling through Aries, the Ram, influences the 12 sun-signs within the 12 houses of the zodiac wheel.

ARIES March 21-April 19

The 1st House: Personal Efforts and Endeavors. Since you usually travel (mentally, emotionally, physically) so quickly, you may not even notice the unusual and the unexpected. Great! Then, continue with business, as usual. SIDESTEP hiding out—when center stage belongs to you.

TAURUS April 20-May 20

The 12th House: Private Matters and Behind-the-Scenes Plans. Work closely with whatever—and whomever—comes across your private radar screen. It will help you advance situations and conditions in a new and different way. SIDESTEP chilliness; warmth truly saves the day.

GEMINI May 21-June 21

The 11th House: Obtaining the Desires-of-your-Heart. Actually, the unusual and the unexpected nature of Uranus may, all by itself, cause you to change the desires-of-your-heart. Think well. This is no play thing; it’s very serious stuff. SIDESTEP being nearly impossible to find.

CANCER June 22-July 22

The 10th House: Your Career, Its Content, and Its Direction. Expect and look forward to new and favorable developments within your career. Then, act upon whatever feels right, no matter how different it may seem from your past work. SIDESTEP being distant and unapproachable.

LEO July 23-August 22

The 9th House: People, Plans, and Projects—near and at a distance. Given that you’re always ready for the unusual and the unexpected, its appearance in your Life, no matter what form it takes, could seem perfectly natural. If so, go with the flow. SIDESTEP being difficult.

VIRGO August 23-September 22

The 8th House: Renewal, on all levels—mental, emotional, physical, financial, spiritual. It’s been an incredible time for you as new people and new involvements have entered your Life in wonderful ways that you could not have anticipated. SIDESTEP overlooking some excellent ideas.

LIBRA September 23-October 22

The 7th House: Alliances, Agreements, Special Arrangements; possibly, the sought-after Contract. Go through this entire time very slowly and very carefully. It’s vital that you remain in perfect balance, because Uranus can unhinge every good thing, so easily. SIDESTEP sarcasm.

SCORPIO October 23-November 21

The 6th House: Your Working Environment as well as Your Relations with Associates. During this seven-year stretch, you can expect the unexpected. However, the unexpected can also be something new and absolutely fabulous! Hold out for that!! SIDESTEP being indifferent.

SAGITTARIUS November 22-December 21

The 5th House: Close Ties and Creativity. This particular transit of the unusual and the unexpected, somehow, encourages secrecy on your part. Okay! But be certain that you truly develop new projects that reflect your skill. SIDESTEP losing your temper—with the wrong people.

CAPRICORN December 22-January 19

The 4th House: Base-of-Operations—where-you-live and where-you-work. Whatever you do now—in the way of a physical move and/or a lifestyle change—will take others by surprise. But for you, it’s the best way! SIDESTEP a bleak take on situations that invade your thoughts.

AQUARIUS January 20-February 18

The 3rd House: Opening the Lines of Communications. Whatever means you use—phone, e-mail, text, an actual meeting—it’s the ideal time to reach out to those who are important to you, personally and professionally. SIDESTEP going over past situations, best forgotten.

PISCES February 19-March 20

The 2nd House: Your Income, Possessions, and Lifestyle. Stay focused on all unusual and unexpected developments—at all times. This is an extremely important time for you, one in which gain could appear. Do not treat this lightly. SIDESTEP being too low-key for conditions.

And I am Fran Smith inviting you to join me at visitshoremagazine.com for the next “Starcast” on Friday, April 25, 2014—when the Sky has painted a whole new picture…

For more about what’s going on in the firmament, check out Fran Smith’s website at starcast12.com.

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