What was New for May 2017

What’s Up for May? Jupiter at its best, Saturn rises in the late evening sky, and the Moon dances with the planets © NASA.gov, May 3, 2017

Hello and welcome to astrologic diary here we study the major events of the last month, in astrological terms.

Summer is more than a couple weeks away (astronomically speaking), but one of the sky’s most beloved asterisms the Summer Triangle has already begun to make its appearance in the sky, one bright star after another. The first up in view is Vega, it is visible in the northeast as twilight fades. Next up is Deneb, it rises about an hour after Vega does, depending on your latitude. And third to rise is Altair, it closes the triangle. The Milky Way nearly fills its interior.

On this background… The Presidential campaign in France finished on May 07. The astrological chart below fixes the moment one minute before the polling stations were officially closed. Continue reading

What people think indeed about Astrology

Leonard Susskind, the professor of theoretical Physics at Stanford University:

…There is a philosophy that says that if something is unobservable – unobservable in principle – it is not part of Science. If there is no way to falsify or confirm a hypothesis, it belongs to the realm of metaphysical speculation, together with astrology and spiritualism. By that standard, most of the Universe has no scientific reality – it is just a figment of our imaginations…