Tuesday, January 06, 2009

The Saturn-Uranus Opposition and Winter 2008-09

This winter the Saturn-Uranus opposition will be one of the dominating influences on U.S. weather patterns according to astro-meteorology. These planets have been observed to correlate with cold weather. Saturn’s influence is cold and damp while Uranus tends toward cold and dry conditions. The opposition aspect disrupts atmospheric conditions by generating low pressure areas or strong fronts that upset the meteorological status quo.

In assessing weather patterns it is important to observe planetary placements in a number of key charts such as the Cardinal Solar Ingress chart for the season in question as well as in key lunation charts such as the New Moon, Full Moon etc. Eclipse charts add further details to the forecast when they are activated.

Due to time constraints, the following forecast is only based on the Cardinal Solar Ingress chart for the winter season. This is one of the most reliable charts in astro-meteorology, but once again, does not represent the complete astro-meteorological picture.

These long-range forecasts focus on the weather patterns resulting from the activation of the Saturn-Uranus opposition. In the Cardinal Solar Ingress chart, Saturn and Uranus are angular over the Plains, and will affect that area throughout the winter season.


Jan 9-11, 2009

The Sun’s sextile to Uranus and trine to Saturn will bring a shot of cold air through the Plains heading southward.

Jan 22-24, 2009

Venus conjoins Uranus on the 22nd and opposes Saturn on the 24th. These aspects bring cold, and rainy or snowy weather. Mars also aspects Uranus and Saturn adding windy or breezy conditions.

Feb 4-6, 2009

A major cold front or low pressure system should hit the Plains bringing shivering temperatures and snow. The Mississippi Valley will share in the stormy weather as cold and unsettled conditions push toward the East Coast.

Feb 24-26, 2009

Cold and windy conditions are expected resulting in storms.

Feb 28-March 2, 2009

May be a period of windy and cold weather.

March 8-12, 2009

Cold air spills into the Rockies and Plains on the 8th triggering precipitation due to the Sun‘s opposition to Saturn. By the 12th, another shot of freezing temperatures is on its way over the Plains.

March 17-19, 2009

More storms are indicated over the Front Range and Plains as Mercury opposes Saturn. Precipitation followed by cooler temperatures.

Introduction to the Weather Alternative

How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

The Story of Mrs. Chang

For 21 years Mrs. Chang had lain in bed at her home in China, unable to move her arms and legs. Finally the pain got to be too much, and she asked her eldest son to take her to the hospital, 40 miles away.

The doctors there discovered that some of her organs were almost dead, so they advised the son, "Take her home so she can die with your family."

But before she left, a Christian nurse came by her bed and slipped her a copy of the Gospel of Mark. "Read this when you get home," she whispered.

When Mrs. Chang got home, about the first thing she did was to ask her son to read something from the booklet. Opening it to page one, he began, "This is the good news of Jesus Christ…" Before he could read any further, Mrs. Chang's bones started to move. Within moments, she sat up, completely healed! She promptly gave her life to the Lord.

The very next day, on her way to the village well to draw water, she was asked by everyone, "Say, aren't you Mrs. Chang? What doctor healed you? We want to use him too!"

Mrs. Chang invited all the women to her simple home. When a large group had assembled, she stood up and began speaking: "This is the good news of Jesus Christ."

In only four weeks, all 600 people in the village decided to follow Jesus! When the report got around, a police force arrived to stamp out this "new sect." They beat the villagers, shot their animals, burned their crops, and left, thinking that would be the last they would ever hear about Jesus Christ.

They were wrong. The 600 stood steadfast, and within four years, 70,000 had turned to Christ throughout that whole region. The star of this story? The faithful and obedient nurse. She was a nobody responding to the love in her heart, reaching out (despite the risk) to an unimportant lady. May her obedience be sung and celebrated by millions.--Megashift by James Rutz

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