Pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase, do not fall for this trap…
Cardinal Signs are:
Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn.
April 2014 – Cardinal Grand Cross – Astrology
As we now pass the March 2014 Equinox, April 2014 heralds a very rare astrological event, where four planets (PLUTO opposing JUPITER & MARS opposing URANUS), are at exact 900 angles to one another, hence forming a Grand Cross in our celestial skies.
To add to this melting pot of transformational energies, the climax of this Cardinal Grand Cross on the 23/24 April 2014 takes place between two eclipses; a Total Lunar Eclipse on the 14 April 2014 followed by a Solar Eclipse on the 28 April 2014.
Mass-Astrology is selling that all 4 planets – Mars, Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto are transiting now through CARDINAL SIGNS.
Sorry, but that is not true, because Mass-Astrology is not based on real calculations (sidereal) of the planets movements. Let me show you the REAL positions of the planets:
As you can see, Mars is transiting through Virgo (till summer) and Jupiter is still in Gemini, till beginning of Juli. No cardinal signs NOW.
It is clearly to notice, that the only “cardinal” sign with a visitor, is Libra. But It is Saturn transiting through cardinal Libra – not Mars. Not visible is Pluto on his slow journey through Sagittarius till 2020. So he will move in realtime to the cardinal sign Capricorn, in about 6 years. You can see, no planets in Capricornius -one of the so called cardinal sign. If you are looking for Uranus, you see him located in the sign of Pisces on the left side and not as the Mass-Astrology claims, in Aries.
Venus and Neptun have a short meeting in Aquarius. Because Venus is one of the faster bodies, she will leave Aquarius by the end of the month April, to move on into Pisces.
Are you still searching for the Cardinal Grand Cross? 🙂
What we have, in the coming weeks and month, are critical constellations of the planets, but no Cardinal Grand Cross of Mars, Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto.
If you would like to proof me, download the wonderful Astronomie software:
It is free and a very friendly Astronom of a german planetarium gave me the hint!
April 2014 guide to the five visible planets
Mars, via Hubble Heritage Project
Jupiter and Mars both pop into view as soon as darkness falls on these April 2014 evenings. Both are very, very bright. It’s not likely that you’ll mistake one planet for the other. They are in different parts of the sky, and they are different colors with Jupiter bold white and Mars reddish.
Jupiter is the more brilliant of these two stunning worlds. It’s by far the brightest starlike object in the evening sky. At nightfall, Jupiter resides high in the south to southwest sky (or if you live in the Southern Hemisphere, in the north to northwest). Watch for the moon to swing close to Jupiter on April 5, April 6 and April 7.
Mars is the planet to watch in April 2014. Its cycle of visibility in our sky is about two years – two long years between good apparitions of the Red Planet – and the time is now. As seen from the whole Earth, Mars now sits low in the east to southeast at nightfall and early evening, this month challenging the star Sirius for being the second-brightest point of light (after Jupiter) in the evening sky. Why is Mars so bright now? We go between the sun and Mars on April 8, bringing the planet to opposite the sun in our sky (opposition). In 2014, Mars is near Spica, Virgo’s brightest star, and the proximity of the two – reddish Mars and blue-white Spica – should help draw your eye. Plus there is a total lunar eclipse the night of April 14, and Mars will be shining next to the eclipsed moon. That’ll be something to see!
Saturn is found in front of the constellation Libra the Scales. It rises in the east-southeast around 11 p.m. local Daylight Saving Time in early April, and by dusk or nightfall at the end of the month. Saturn climbs to its highest point in the sky 3:30 a.m. local Daylight Saving Time in early April and around 2 a.m. at the end of the month. See the close pairing of the waning moon with Saturn from mid-evening until dawn on the night of April 16-17 and April 17-18.
Venus, the sky’s brightest planet is still very prominent in the eastern predawn and dawn sky throughout April. In fact, dazzling Venus will remain the most brilliant starlike object in the morning sky until late October 2014, at which time it will shift over into the evening sky. The lovely waning crescent moon swings close to Venus on April 25, April 26 and April 27.
…and by reading this astronomical explanation, we also know that Terra (earth) is transiting through Virgo, till the end of April. The lady moon, this one a so called blood-moon today, has a meeting with us and Mars in Virgo.
Be careful, as this energy mix ist stimulating violence, accidents, fire, weopons, war, vulcanoes, fights, arguments, sudden irrational acts, earthquakes, food-wars & fights and of course, about money and material things. Be extra careful while your are driving, handle sharp things, fire, explosives or weopons or do sports. You should not go for the extreme sports in these days. But it also stimulates the workers word & world! Many around the world will be ready soon, to go and “fight” for better income, rules etc. – that means: Strikes!Riots! People in general will be very stubborn and over-react…
Watch very closely Ukraine and this desaster, many foreign powers created and supported and still do.
The whole week and Easter and for the rest of the month April, are very difficult and danger times- without a Cardinal Grand Cross.
Stay cool and be safe!