It's not small planets collecting along this axis; rather, it's the ones that change the world no matter what they do. Pluto is still in early Capricorn. Saturn is about to re-enter Libra to stay for two years. Jupiter and Uranus are in Aries. And now the Sun is about to complete the cross by ingressing the sign Cancer on Monday, June 21, followed by a spectacular lunar eclipse exactly conjunct Pluto on Saturday, June 26.
This will be an interesting week -- not that we're short of interesting at the moment. But it's worth checking in with the big picture, and the Sun jumping into what is called by astrology freaks the "Cardinal T-Square" is giving us a moment that feels like this thing we think of as 2012. We see the problems. Many of us see the opportunities at hand. The missing ingredient is vision. The planets are offering us plenty of that, in the form of the brilliant Jupiter Uranus conjunction in Aries, but the question is, how do we collect that energy? Clue: You want to.
Eric is the longtime writer of the Chronogram horoscope. You can visit his amazing daily webpage at Planet Waves. http://planetwaves.net/pagetwo/