We have all checked a daily weather forecast at some point. Will it be hot or cold? Will it rain or snow? But did you know that a different kind of ‘weather’ affects our lives just as much? We are also impacted by the ‘cosmic weather’ – the astrological positions of the planets and other heavenly bodies, as well as related phenomena, such as eclipses, solstices, equinoxes, aurora borealis (Northern Lights), solar flares, and meteor showers.
The recent “Great American Eclipse” was a large-scale event which many people observed. But what did it mean? Solar eclipses represent the shadow of the Moon (the yin, feminine, and intuitive) obscuring the Sun (yang, masculine, and logical). An eclipse therefore creates the illusion of twilight in the middle of the day. From a metaphysical perspective it is the perfect time for added insight, previously hidden knowledge, and inspired ideas.
The controls of life are structured as forms and nuclear arrangements, in a relation with the motions of the universe ~ Louis Pasteur
Each cosmic event takes place at a specific point in time, with the planets in a unique alignment. For example, the New Moon was in the sign of Leo at the time of the recent eclipse. Leo is the sign that traditionally represents leadership, meaning perhaps a change in leadership at some level is on the horizon.
‘Astrology‘ literally means to study the stars, and it is an ancient science, and the origins of modern day Astronomy. The Earth travels in its orbit around the Sun, as do the other planets, meaning cosmic weather, like earthbound weather, varies from day to day. Many almanacs and books have been written projecting the dates of future events. If you’re on the go, you can even download an app these days to track these events.
To keep your spiritual house in order, it’s wise to check the heavens just as you would the TV news channel weather forecast. There are, however, some cosmic phenomena which isn’t as predictable as the movements of planets or stars, such as comets (travelers), sudden flares of the Sun, meteorites (shooting stars), or bright Northern Lights. Throughout history, humanity has associated these occurrences with predicting the future.
We live in different times from the Middle Ages, when each celestial event were viewed as omens of doom. With the knowledge and insight that we have now, not to mention our easy access to information with the advent of the Internet, it’s much easier to find out what these phenomena mean for us.
It is clearly evident that most events of a widespread nature draw their causes from the enveloping heavens ~ Claudius Ptolemy
The next time a special cosmic event takes place, make an effort to view it for yourself. Read up on the meaning of the phenomenon, and what the planetary alignments are at the time. Chances are you will be able to find meaning on a personal level, as well as a more global scale. Professional astrologers are paid to interpret these meanings for their clients!
A good way to have a look for yourself is to find a certified dark sky site, or join a local observatory club. The many cosmic weather phenomena are not only beautiful and awe-inspiring, they are laden with meaning for ourselves and our world. Next time you find yourself stepping outside for a rainy day, check and see what’s going on up above as well.
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