Despite its monumental significance, the event which occurred on that Cancerian day back in 1858 came and went with barely a whisper and with hardly anyone even taking notice.Read more "July 1st, 1858: The Most Importantly Insignificant Day in Human History"
Astrologically, the grim events which took place off Japan’s Honshu coast on March 11th, 2011 were astoundingly literal. Incredibly, the window of time in which the Mutual Reception between Uranus and Neptune occurred didn’t just end with a catastrophic event of global proportions, it began with one as well – seven years earlier.Read more "Sendai, Sumatra, & the Astrology of Deluges and Critical Mass"
September 23rd, 1846.
Despite Mankind’s working knowledge of the Universe being expanded upon with the observational discovery of the planet Neptune that day, the heavenly body’s rightful discoverer remains a source of heated debate up until the very present.
Not long after its discovery , the Watery Planet’s creative influences would fully manifest themselves on Earth. Seven months following its existence being made known to humanity, Neptune transited its ruling sign of Pisces and a period of heightened creativity began where masterpieces were made within every creative art form known to Man otherwise known as The Romantic Age.Read more "The Discovery of Neptune – A mini-Drama of Hazy Misperception & Heated Debate"