Celebrate the Winter Solstice with Jude’s Threshold

As readers of this blog know, I see no point in re-inventing the wheel if someone out there already has a good one. Case in point: I was thinking about working up a chart for the Winter Solstice, but after studying the one at Jude’s Threshold, I don’t think anybody out there could do any better.

Check out Jude’s winter tale here. She sets the chart in Washington D.C. on Dec. 21 at 7:03:53 a.m. EST.

Also, to everyone who wrote in with condolences about the death in my family and being on the road, thanks very much. Your support is greatly appreciated.

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2 comments on “Celebrate the Winter Solstice with Jude’s Threshold

  1. Now, I’ve been studying the Mundane Astrology for a couple of months only, but the I made a Winter Solstice chart set in the Capital of my country and seems very telling. It has the Sun-Pluto conjuct sitting in the 8th house of international economics (conjunct to the natal Mercury-North Node conjunct in the 7th) , indicating this time we weren’t initiators in the crisis we face, but the pressure comes from outside. The Moon is in the 6th house of the work force, indicating the main concern both for our leaders and us is occupation. It has the Saturn from T-square sitting right on the Cusp of the 6th house, Mars in the 7th house and Uranus in the 11th house. We are starting to experience layoffs due to difficulties our export industry is having, and the discussion in the Parliament is getting pretty heated for our standards. But we do have Jupiter from that Saturn-Jupiter trine sitting right on the Midheaven (and conjunct to the natal Venus), which I guess might be an indication that who ever is in charge has learnt the lesson of the heavy depression in the early 1990’s, when we saw GDP dropping 13 % and the unemployment rate rocketing from 4 % to 18 % in two years.

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