Sunday, October 28, 2007

Tropical Storm Noel and Venus Square Jupiter

The Weather Alternative post Will the Atlantic Give Us Hurricane Noel or Olga? of October 17th mentioned the potential for tropical storm or hurricane formation around October 28th due to the Venus-Jupiter square. Noel began as tropical depression 16 at longitude 71 west and latitude 15 north or about 195 miles south-southeast of Port Au Prince Haiti late on October 27th.

The Weather Alternative pinpointed the eastern Atlantic as one place where storm formation might take place and also around 54 west longitude as another place. Although a tropical wave passed over 54 west between the 27th and 28th, the real winner, as we already know, was longitude 71 west/latitude 15 north.

When reviewing this season's solar ingress chart, it's obvious that that was the more potent geographical area since the Venus-Jupiter square was angular over that very place. The importance of the seasonal solar ingress chart has been brought out in other posts, but I failed to follow my own good advice, in this case by not noting where the Venus-Jupiter square was operating in that all-important chart.

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Plan while others are playing.
Study while others are sleeping.
Decide while others are delaying.
Prepare while others are daydreaming.
Begin while others are procrastinating.

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Save while others are wasting.
Listen while others are talking.
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