Sunday, November 13, 2011

Texas Summer 2012

The moisture principle in astrometeorology is governed to a large extent by the Moon, Venus, and Neptune. When these planets appear over geographical areas in key charts, the astrometeorologist may take this as an indication that those geographical areas will see an increase in moisture for that season or month depending on the time frame of the chart in question.
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The winter season chart for 2011 places warm and dry Mars over Texas arguing that the state may not see much moisture during the winter season. The spring and summer season charts, however, both place Neptune over western Texas. Here we can take this as an indication that moisture will begin to return more in earnest starting with the spring season.
This pattern continues in the summer seasonal chart as well but apparently even more so. This is because the spring chart still shows the presence of Mars (equated with dryness) over Texas. The summer chart, however, adds the effect of Jupiter's square to Neptune.
The square between Jupiter and Neptune has been equated with above normal precipitation, low pressure systems, and southerly air flows. Hopefully this summer, Neptune will live up to its astrometeorological reputation as the most pluvial of all planets. These are preliminary observations presented here, which I hope to explore further in other posts by looking at more of the details as found in other charts.

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