Saturday, August 04, 2007

Switching On the Atlantic Hurricane Season with Solar Power

In April of 2005 we found ourselves in beautiful Guadalajara, Mexico where we stayed until about August. Our hosts had been living there for a number of years. I remember them commenting that the rains they normally
experienced at that time of year had not arrived yet. I made a mental note that in the spring seasonal chart Pluto ran along the Midheaven through Guadalaraja. It wasn't until June--the very day that the Sun transited in opposition to Pluto--that the rains began to arrive daily. It was like the Sun's opposition to Pluto had swithced on the spring rains.

I've been thinking about this hurricane season, and I've read various comments by meteorologists who are waiting for the season to get in gear. As I looked at the planetary map for the summer season, I noticed that a Saturn-Neptune opposition runs along 37 west longitude in the central Atlantic. The opposition between Saturn and Neptune is considered by
astrometeorologists to indicate low barometric pressure, abnormally damp weather, and prolonged heavy rains.

August 13-15, 2007
Between the 13th and 15th of August, the transit Sun will conjoin and oppose this sensitve degree. Perhaps this will switch on the Atlantic hurricane season. If so, we should be hearing of more tropical activity in the central Atlantic after these dates.

Coming soon--September 2007 Hurricane and Severe Weather Outlook

August 2007 Hurricane and Severe Weather Outlook
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From a friend...

A couple who we are friends with had been trying to have a child, without success. About a year ago, the wife asked us to pray for her. Two weeks later she was pregnant, and a few weeks after that she found out she was going to have twins! Word got around, and other childless couples started asking us to pray for them. So far, four more couples are expecting babies-including a second set of twins! -D.G., Thailand

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