The night sky is about to see something so rare that it’s best known as a saying: the fabled Blue Moon.
The Moon won’t look any bluer than usual, and in fact nothing will happen to the Moon itself. And it is not even a Blue Moon in the way the phrase has come to be used recently.
Instead, it is the original meaning of Blue Moon – a “true” Blue Moon – that gave rise to the saying.
The original Blue Moon occurred when a season has four full Moons in it, rather than the traditional three. When that happens, it is the third one that takes the name the Blue Moon, as will happen this August.
That was the description given in the Maine Farmers’ Almanac, which is often used as the source for the names used traditionally for the Moons in the US.
Among other things, referring to the Moon in this way helps keep the traditional way of referring to specific Moons – the last of the season can keep its name as the “late” Moon, for instance. But extra Moons can cause all sorts of problems besides, including in the calculation of the date of church festivals, which may have given rise to the popularity of the phrase.
Such an event happens roughly every 2.7 years. The last one is in February 2019, and after this one there will not be another until August 2024.
But this is not how most people use the phrase today. The more modern definition refers to a time when one particular month has two full Moons within it.
The confusion has been traced back to a mistake made in 1946, when a contributor to Sky & Telescope misread that original description and made reference to the twice-in-a-month kind of Blue Moon. The magazine recognised its mistake in 1999, in another article, but it was too late, and the newer definition has mostly stuck around.
The next chance to see a Blue Moon by the more modern definition will come in August 2023.
More often than not, the phrase Blue Moon is not used to refer to either kind of Blue Moon, or a literal Blue Moon. It is often used in songs with the aim of recalling the sense of the word used in the blues, of loneliness or sadness.
The Moon only turns the actual colour of blue very rarely indeed. Occasionally, the eruption of volcano or large fires can put smoke in the sky that changes its colour.
Reference: Independent: Andrew Griffin : Fri, 20 August 2021
Workmen digging a well in a man’s back garden in Sri Lanka have accidentally unearthed what is believed to be the world’s largest cluster of sapphire.
The incredible stone has been valued at an eye-watering £72million as it weighs a staggering 510 kilograms and has the equivalent of 2.5 million carats.
The cluster, which has been named the “Serendipity Sapphire”, was found in the home of gem trader Mr Gamage.
While the pale blue stone is bound to attract the attention of private investors and museums, it officially belongs to Mr Gamage as it was found at his property in Ratnapura, the gem capital of the South Asian country.
Mr Gamage said the stone was found by workers who alerted him to the extraordinary discovery.
“The person who was digging the well alerted us about some rare stones. Later we stumbled upon this huge specimen,” Mr Gamage told the BBC
Mr Gamage, who doesn’t want to disclose his address for safety reasons, went on to describe how some rocks fell off the cluster during the cleaning process and were found to be high quality sapphire stars, the BBC reports.
The stone had been found in 2020 but it took months to clean it from the mud and for experts to assess and certify it as sapphire.
The rock, which has now reportedly been transferred to a safe at the Bank of Ceylon, will have to be assessed by international experts before it can be safely sold to anyone interested.
“I have never seen such a large specimen before. This was probably formed around 400 million years ago,” Dr Gamini Zoysa, a renowned gemmologist told the news outlet.
“It is a special star sapphire specimen, probably the biggest in the world.”
Sri Lanka is renown around the world for its export of sapphires and other precious stones used for jewellery.
Here in the UK, the precious rock is known as a ring made of blue sapphire famously belonged to Princess Diana before it passed on to the Duchess of Cambridge.
Prince William gave Kate Middleton the ring, estimated to be worth £300,000, as an engagement gift, after a “selfless” Harry gave it up so his brother’s future wife could have it.
But the name doesn’t refer to anything special about the Moon itself. Instead, it is the name it takes whenever the full moon arrives in July.
As such, there won’t be anything notable to see about the Moon when it is visible in the sky, beyond all the usual view that comes with any full moon. Unlike a super moon, or a lunar eclipse, or similar celestial sights, the Moon will look the same as normal.
(As noted by some US news organisations, however, the Moon could look a little red or orange – but because of the wildfires that are burning across the west of the country, rather than any astronomical reason.)
The name Buck Moon is supposedly Native American in origin, and comes from the fact that it is around now when buck deer begin to sprout antlers from their foreheads. The Maine Farmer’s Almanac is the source of many of the names for the Moon that have become popular, which run from the Old Moon in January to the Cold Moon in December.
It is also known under a variety of different names. In Europe, it is sometimes called the Hay Moon because it comes at the time it is harvested, or the Mead Moon; those names are sometimes applied to the Moon in June too, however.
It is also the Guru Full Moon, or Guru Purnima, for Hindus, Buddhists, and Jains. As noted by Nasa, that is celebrated as a “time for clearing the mind and honoring the guru or spiritual master”.
And for Theravada Buddhists, the Moon is known as Asalha Puha, Dharma Day or Esala Poya. Its arrival marks an important festival that celebrates the Buddha’s first sermon.
While this year has seen a run of supermoons, there won’t be another one for almost a year – the next one will occur on 14 June, 2022.
It was coming up to closing time in the clothes shop where I worked, when in walked a handsome stranger. That jacket in the window,” he inquired, brown eyes twinkling. “Do you have it in my size?” Impeccably groomed, wearing a crisp white shirt with no tie, a suit and designer glasses, he exuded confidence. I loved meeting new people. After being made redundant from my pharmaceuticals job, I sold up and moved from Buckinghamshire to the Cotswolds town of Tetbury.
My two daughters, Lara and Emma, had flown the nest and, at 54, I was loving my independence following my divorce nine years earlier. As we chatted, Mark Conway – as he introduced himself – held my gaze and smiled. The atmosphere felt electric. So when my friend Uma popped in to tell me about a house she thought I should buy, I wished she’d leave so I could talk more to this charismatic Mark, who said he was 46 and divorced. Now I wish now I had closed the shop early and never met him.
Instead, after Uma had gone, I told Mark I’d sold my own place and was renting a cottage while looking to buy. Later, I realised this signalled how much cash I had at my fingertips.
He asked for my mobile number and the next evening we sipped champagne at a local hotel. After Eton and Oxford, Mark said he was now a tax exile working for a Swiss bank. When he said he’d flown back from Geneva that evening just to see me I was flattered.
His lifestyle sounded so luxurious. He liked only “the best” and happily paid for it. The first time we made love, two days after we met, Mark pulled himself away from me. “I’m falling in love with you,” he murmured. “This is insane.” Soon, we were calling each other by the pet name “Bubba”. “You are so beautiful,” he’d text. One evening, four days after we met, he pulled up outside a lovely empty house with electric gates.
He told me he was thinking of renting it for us. My jaw dropped. “We’re going to live together. It’s what we both want,” he said. But Mark was always flying off somewhere. He revealed that his banking job was actually a cover for his work with MI6.
This made sense. He’d “let slip” how he flew his own plane and spoke seven languages. He explained that secret agents weren’t supposed to have relationships and it would take him 18 months to get out of his MI6 contract. Would I wait for him? Hook, line and sinker, I’d fallen for him, and said I would.
Lies and spies
Mark went to great lengths to seem like a spy. He asked his driver to pull into a side street next to the MI6 building in Vauxhall, London. “Wait for me here,” he instructed, disappearing inside. He “bought” me a Volvo XC60 SUV – later I would discover it was leased – and gave me a new iPhone and laptop. Then Mark announced he wanted to buy a Grade I-listed house set in stunning grounds on the outskirts of Bath.
I was thrilled, although he wouldn’t let me visit until the renovations were complete. “I want it to be a surprise for you, Bubba,” he grinned. But less than a month after I’d met him I overheard him discussing a cash-flow problem regarding the contractors. Since I had money sitting in my bank account, I offered him the £26,000 he mentioned. It was the first of 70 transfers over the next few months. I wasn’t thinking straight. That’s what falling in love does to you.
His lies became more elaborate. He told me he knew Vladimir Putin and Hillary Clinton, and once interrupted our lovemaking to take a call he said was from the King of Spain. He’d pick me up for dates in a helicopter and everything was ridiculously expensive. At Harrods food hall he picked up a whole ham costing £1,500. Yet whenever we went to pay, he just looked straight at me and I produced my bankcard.
Mark promised me a fairy-tale wedding and to repay me once the cash-flow problem had been sorted. I never doubted him. Another time, in August 2012, Mark phoned. “Fancy going flying, Bubba?” He took me to see “his” collection of classic aircraft in Gloucestershire. It looked so romantic, but I was surprised to learn that I would be flown by Mark’s business associate, James Miller, even though Mark claimed to be an experienced pilot himself.
How could I doubt that he would one day pay back my money when impromptu treats like this were possible?
Desperate and depressed
One night, just as I was watching Homeland – a TV show I had become addicted to since Mark’s confession that he worked for MI6 – he suddenly appeared dressed in full desert combat gear. “Darling, I had to see you,” he said. “I’ve left a group of men I’m training in Syria.” Because I couldn’t talk to anyone about his work, I just became increasingly isolated.
Spending all my time alone, waiting to hear from him, I lost my confidence and slid into depression. Then that autumn, Mark told me he had a brain tumour and needed an urgent operation abroad. I was worried sick. Why was everything going so wrong? All the bills were in my name, but I couldn’t hassle Mark to give me any money when he was so sick. I ended up moving out of the house and relying on friends to put me up.
I didn’t want to live. I spent hours on the internet researching how I could commit suicide. But part of me clung to the hope that I was overreacting, and that my new life with Mark would be wonderful. By April 2013 there was still no money. Mark blamed his lawyers. He rang me every day, telling me he hoped we’d be together soon.
I tried to end the relationship, but he guilted and gaslighted me into staying with him. By June I’d had enough. In desperation, I rang James Miller – the plane pilot. I barely knew him but hoped for some reassurance. Instead, he dropped a bombshell. James said his business had been destroyed by Mark, a serial fraudster whose real surname was Acklom.
He’d made headlines in 1991 when, aged 16, he’d stolen his father’s credit card, flown to Paris by private jet and treated his friends to champagne. I remembered reading about it. He’d then embarked on a criminal career and had been jailed for fraud in the UK and Spain.
Also, he was married with two young children, one of whom he’d introduced to me as his “niece”. Plus, he wasn’t 46, only 38. Lie after lie – I felt sick I’d slept with him. And ashamed and horribly embarrassed I’d fallen for his charm and James Bond story.
That night, I went to my daughter Lara’s flat in London, where my younger daughter Emma joined us. I told them everything, trying to absorb it all. Lying on Lara’s sofa, I just wanted to die. “That f*****g b*****d!” Next morning, Mark rang. “Baby, I love you so much,” he said. “Just give me my money,” I replied. The line went dead and I never heard from Mark Acklom ever again.
I went to the police as soon as I could, but it took six years to bring Mark to justice in a British courtroom. With his name on the list of the UK’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives, he was finally arrested in Switzerland and extradited back to the UK in February 2019. That August he appeared in court, pleading guilty to five charges of fraud. He was sentenced to five years and eight months.
I’ve since realised he is a psychopath – without remorse, guilt or empathy. I lost every penny of my £850,000. The one good thing was meeting James – we got together at the end of 2013 and now rent a home in Scotland. Our match was made in hell, but we have each other. Mark ruined both our lives, but we laugh about the audacious lies. What else can you do?
I always dreamed of writing a book. This is one story I could never have made up. Sleeping With A Psychopath by Carolyn Woods (HarperCollins £8.99) is out now
Reference: Mirror: Carolyn Woods (talking to Susanna Galton) 11 hrs ago
Willow Smith has announced that she is polyamorous.
Speaking on Red Table Talk, a chat show hosted by her mother and grandmother, the 20-year-old musician said she would be open to having more than one partner, and said the approach helps people respect each other’s needs in relationships.
She said: “With polyamory I feel like the main foundation is the freedom to be able to create a relationship style that works for you and not just (to be) stepping into monogamy because that’s what everyone around you says is the right thing to do. So I was like, how can I structure the way that I approach relationships with that in mind?
She continued: “Let’s say you haven’t always been the person wanting sex all the time, but your partner is,” she added. “Are you going to be the person to say, ‘Just because I don’t have these needs, you can’t have them either?’”
But what actually is polyamory? And what does it involve? We’ve broken it down into four key points…
But what is polyamory?
Polyamory is the concept of having more than one sexual or romantic relationship at the same time – with the informed consent of all partners involved.
The term comes from the Greek word “poly” – meaning many, and the Latin “amor” – love.
What does it involve?
The term acts as an umbrella for any non-monogamous relationship.
It can involve someone having multiple partners who are not connected; being in a group of people who date (like a throuple); or having an open hierarchical relationship in which there is a primary couple who are closest to each other, but are allowed to form emotional or sexual bonds with other people.
That the label is not just about sex is key. Dedeker Winston, author of The Smart Girl’s Guide to Polyamory, told Glamour: “There are a lot of people in the polyamorous community who identify as (asexual), while Willow Smith said she has less sex than her friends.
Does it have its own symbol and day of recognition?
A polyamory pride flag was designed by Jim Evans in 1995. It has three horizontal stripes – blue, red and black – and a pi symbol in the centre.
The pi sign was chosen because it has infinite decimal places, a play on polyamorous people having “infinite” partners, while the colours chosen have various meanings including love and passion and openness among all partners.
The pi sign was chosen because it has infinite decimal places, a play on polyamorous people having “infinite” partners, while the colours chosen have various meanings including love and passion and openness among all partners.
In Canada, November 23 is National Polyamory Day, marking a 2011 Supreme Court ruling that confirmed the legality of polyamorous relationships.
Meanwhile, in the UK PolyDay is a one-day convention that has been held since 2006 to celebrate polyamory.
Which other celebrities are polyamorous?
Willow Smith is not the only celebrity to open up about this sexual identity. Big Little Lies actress Shailene Woodley said she has been in an open relationship, as has Megan Fox and YouTubers Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau.
There have been rumours that Willow Smith’s parents, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are also in an open relationship, with the latter once posting on social media: “Will and I BOTH can do WHATEVER we want, because we TRUST each other to do so. This does NOT mean we have an open relationship…this means we have a GROWN one.”
And this is not something limited to celebrity bubbles.
Nearly a third of American millennials surveyed in a 2020 YouGov poll said that their ideal relationship was non-monogamous to some degree.
Cast your mind back to the last time you watched – with whatever level of arousal or discomfort – a sex scene that depicted individuals anything other than young, firm and athletic.
You’re likely to be pondering for quite some time. The truth is that there are few representations of this kind.
Yet, as sex therapist Gail Thorne from relationship charity Relate says, “We’re getting better at inclusivity; at showing all kinds of different people and situations – but there are still many older people who really want to feel represented as having, and being accepted as having, intimate and loving relationships.” They want, she says, to see themselves as the poster kids for more than just life insurance and funeral homes.
“You look at advertising for clothes, for example,” says Thorne, “and you now see plus-size models and older models – but if you were to look for representations of intimacy in older people, you’d be hard-pressed to find it. And that’s part of why this campaign is so amazing.”
The campaign to which she is referring was shot by British photographer Rankin, who has collaborated with Relate to shoot a series of black and white photos, depicting a range of couples and a single woman, all engaged in various moments of sexuality, vulnerability and intimacy.
The images in the campaign, titled ‘Let’s Talk the Joy of Later Life Sex,’ were created with input from the couples to ensure that nothing was too staged or unnatural. The impetus, says advertising and marketing agency Ogilvy, was a recognition of the fact that advertising most often fails to represent older generational intimacy, and to allow every photoshoot participant to feel “sincerely empowered.”
“We all need intimacy now more than ever,” says Rankin, who took the assignment on pro-bono. “Age… is just a number. The greatness of love and affection doesn’t need to change as we find our later years.”
According to research undertaken by 3Gem market research, there is a huge gap between how older people say they are represented in the media and how younger people perceive themselves to be: an astounding 67 per cent of over 65s say that sex and intimacy for their age group is rarely or never represented in media, compared with 20 per cent of 18-24 year olds.
Why is this the case, though? If we are to look at Maslow’s oft-touted Hierarchy of Needs, sex is a physiological need; up there with food and water – something that we cannot live without, even if we can muddle along without things further up the pyramid, such as achievement and creativity.
If we’re not uncomfortable with the idea of older people eating and drinking, then why should we feel awkward about the idea of them having sex? Equally, why should the individuals in that age group feel uncomfortable about the realities of their own sexuality? The study showed that most of the 60 per cent of over-65s who admitted to feeling uncomfortable about speaking with others about sex and intimacy cited ‘embarrassment’ as the primary reason.
Honesty and communication are, according to Thorne, key in any relationship. “Sex therapy is about encouraging people to feel confident and secure in saying what they want – what works for them; what doesn’t work for them; what feels good and what doesn’t,” she says.
By extension, it makes sense that talking about sex and intimacy – outside of the act itself – will further bolster confidence and trust: not only where people in that older age group are concerned, but also those for whom the prospect of getting older might be plagued with premature inklings of loss – loss of attractiveness, of desire and additionally, she says, of ability.
“Things change,” she says. “Women have babies, men become fathers, there are illnesses, there are bad backs … so many things happen to our bodies. Over our lifetimes, things change all of the time – and it’s important to be able to give voice to these changes and what they mean in terms of our sexual intimacy as time goes on.”
She is at pains, too, to point out that this intimacy – at any age – is what works for you: it’s not, and does not need to be, the sweaty rampancy depicted in literature and films.
“In reality, ‘sex and intimacy in later life’ means different things to different people,” she says. ”For some, it’s about exploring new and different sexual experiences, and for others, it’s simply about feeling able to express emotion through a gentle touch or kiss on the cheek.”
“I’m excited to see what kind of society-wide conversation this opens up,” she adds. “It’s our hope that it will raise awareness of the fact that intimacy is something that can be accessed by everyone, regardless of age, and that, if you’re struggling, then Relate’s sex therapy service is there to help.”
Skygazers were treated to a glimpse of a “pink supermoon” as the celestial event lit up the dawn skies across the globe.
But those who missed the rare event will still be able to see the Earth’s natural satellite on Tuesday evening as it appears bigger and brighter than usual.
The full moon in April is also known as the “pink moon” as it is named after pink flowers, known as phlox, which bloom in the springtime.
It is also a supermoon because the full moon will occur when it is near its closest point to the Earth in its orbit.
The phenomenon was visible at dawn on April 27 and will also be seen just before sunset, as the moon rises in the east and will be visible until it sets in the west the next morning.
Anna Ross, an astronomer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich said: “The average distance of the moon from the Earth is 384,400km, but the moon will reach its closest point this lunar month on April 27 at 16:24, when it will be 357,379 km away.
“The exact moment of the full moon closest to this point, so the supermoon, is also on April 27, but at 04:31.
“This means that the best times to view this supermoon will be anytime during the night of April 27 when the moon will rise in the east just before sunset and set in the west around sunrise.”
During this time, the Earth’s natural satellite will still appear around 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter.
Ms Ross said: “A supermoon is the result of a full moon occurring when the moon is near its closest point to the Earth in its orbit.
“This can happen because the moon orbits the Earth on an elliptical path, rather than a circular one.
“As this means that the moon is a little closer to us, it appears slightly bigger in the sky.”
Rahu enters Cancer on 9th September, 2017, where it remains up to 23rd March, 2019. During this time Ketu will remain in Capricorn. During the course of the stay of these planets in the signs Cancer and Capricorn the axis will be stationary and will create serious malefic influences at:
-0 degree starting from 8th June, 2017, to 7th October, 2017; -20 degree from 13th January, 2018, to 3rd April, 2018; -11 degree from 27th June, 2018, to 26th September, 2018; -2 degrees from 10th December, 2018, to 10th March, 2019.
Those natives, who have most effective points of the ascendant around the stationary degrees or have any natal planet(s) at these degrees in even signs, will have to be not only very careful but also perform the astral remedies regularly for sailing through this time without much problems.
Impact of Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Aquarius
In these placements the strength of the Moon and Mercury become important. If these planets are fairly strong in the birth chart, the problems may be less or manageable. If these planets are weak, the problems may be persisting and cause unmanageable stress. The impact is dependent upon the natal and transit strength of the planets. The strong natal afflictions cause prolonged setbacks while the transit afflictions to strong natal planets cause short lived stress. The strong transit afflictions to weak natal planets cause prolonged setbacks and chronic health concerns. For the various ascending signs the impact of Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Aquarius are explained hereunder:
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of one’s health, relationships, status, job, expenses, mental and domestic peace. The marital prospect of those seeking a marital alliance becomes weak. The efforts of those seeking to acquire immovable properties get a setback. Those seeking employment or a change in professional ventures do not get an early and good break. There are obstructions and one’s job may cause concerns. The stress becomes severe when Sun or Venus is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of new business ventures, progeny, emotional happiness, marital affairs and income. The success of future plans may get delayed. Children may not be able to make good grades. Those desirous of having male progeny may need to wait for success. Speculative investments may cause unexpected losses. This person may suffer from respiratory or digestive disorders. The stress becomes severe when the Sun or Mercury is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of one’s status, family, health, disputes, relationships, professional issues, expenses, mental and domestic peace. Those seeking marital peace may find the time quite challenging. The efforts of those seeking to acquire immovable properties get a setback. Those seeking employment or a change in their jobs do not get an early and good break. The stress becomes severe when Sun, Venus or Mercury is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of one’s health, new business ventures, progeny, emotional happiness, marital affairs and income. The success of future plans may get delayed. Investments may cause unexpected losses. This person may suffer from nervous disorders, renal problems or breathing disorders. The stress becomes severe when Sun, Venus or Mercury is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn are both placed in malefic houses. They may cause serious stress in matters of one’s status, stay in foreign lands or distant places, relationships, professional issues, expenditures, mental and domestic peace. The marital prospect for those seeking a marital alliance gets delayed. The efforts of those seeking to acquire immovable properties get a setback. Those seeking employment or a change in professional ventures do not get an early and good break. The stress becomes severe when Sun, Venus or Mercury is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of one’s health, income, emotional happiness, marital affairs and job. The person may have apprehensions regarding the evil eye and black magic activities. Success of future plans may get a setback. Speculative investments may cause unexpected losses. This person may suffer from breathing or nervous disorders. The stress becomes severe when Venus or Mercury is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of one’s relationships, status, professional issues, expenditures, health, mental and domestic peace. The efforts of those seeking to acquire immovable properties get a setback. Those seeking employment or change in professional ventures do not get an early and good break. The stress becomes severe when Sun or Venus is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of one’s business ventures, progeny, emotional happiness, marital affairs and income. Success of future plans may get delayed. Children may not be able to make good grades. Speculative investments may cause unexpected setbacks. This person may suffer from respiratory or nervous disorders. The stress becomes severe when Sun or Mercury is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer is badly placed in the eighth house ruling obstructions. Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause serious stress in matters of one’s status, professional issues, parental health, mental and domestic peace. The marital prospect of those seeking a marital alliance gets delayed. The efforts in general of those seeking to acquire immovable properties get a setback. Those seeking employment or a change in professional ventures do not get an early and good break. The stress becomes severe when Sun, Mercury or Venus is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of one’s health, business ventures, emotional happiness, marital affairs and foreign residence. Success of future plans may get delayed. Children may not be able to make good grades. Speculative investments may cause unexpected setbacks. This person may suffer from digestion or renal disorders. The stress becomes severe when Venus or Mercury is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn are both badly placed in sixth and twelfth houses respectively. They may cause serious stress in matters of foreign residence, disputes, relationships, status, professional issues, expenditures, litigations, mental and domestic peace. Those seeking employment or a change in professional ventures do not get an early and good break. Persisting obstructions make life quite challenging. This person may suffer from intestinal disorders or piles. The stress becomes severe when Sun or Venus is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
Rahu in Cancer and Ketu in Capricorn may cause stress in matters of one’s progeny, emotional happiness, marital affairs and income. Success of future plans may get delayed. Children may not be able to make good grades. Those desirous for marriage or male progeny may have to wait for success. Speculative investments may cause unexpected losses. This person may suffer from respiratory or digestion disorders. The stress becomes severe when Mercury is placed in the sixth, eighth or twelfth houses.
ASTRAL REMEDIES IN GENERAL FOR ALL ASCENDANTS.
1. Service to parents 2. Helping old aged and needy persons 3. Strengthening the Moon and Mercury, if weak and functional benefic, in the natal chart through a Special Power Kavach or wearing the favorable gemstones in an auspiciously elected time.
4. Regular propitiatory remedies for the functional malefic planets as per one’s ascendant.
Doubtful: Gemini-disturbingly restless. Virgo-dull. Sagittarius-too off hand
Neutral:Leo and Libra
If any of your relationships do not conform to this guide, it means other powerful influences are at work in the person’s horoscope. These can be ascertained in detail from AstroAnalysis for that sign.
Reference: Astroanalysis – The America AstroAnalysis Institute
4 July 2019, day 8 of Moon 13, Cosmic Moon (27 Jun - 24 Jul)
The cosmosphere is the sphere of creation consciousness; the whole of the cosmos is an equalizing set of interacting functions unifying the different orders of quantifiable reality as well as all orders of the dimensions.
Changing moods and restless emotions can make this an awkward position unless counteracted by stability elsewhere in the chart. These subjects find it impossible to keep a secret and must talk about their feelings. Although they have a love of learning they may experience, difficulty retaining information or maintain interests. Worry is confined to small matters, while bigger things tend to be neglected.
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