June 6, 2022 – Fun Astrology Podcast

Welcome to the fun astrology podcast for Monday, June 6th, 2022. Thomas Miller. Thank you so much for listening. If this is your first time. Welcome. If it’s not welcome back, we have. Perhaps one of the quietest weeks we’ve had in a long time. And actually the rest of June is looking pretty quiet in the sky.

We will have a couple of sign changes coming up later in the month. The first will be mercury when it retraces its back step boogie and moves back into Gemini. That will be next Monday. Then, of course the sun moves into cancer on the 21st and the 22nd. Then right after that Venus moves into Gemini. Sun moves out, Venus moves in it’s like an exchange.

Well, and thus, the chart starts to thin out. As we’ve been talking about that by the fall, it will look, uh, even more thin, but now we’ll have. Single planets in single signs, the sun will be by itself in cancer. Venus will be by itself in Gemini. Of course, Pluto is by itself in Capricorn for quite a while, unless till the moon comes through and kisses it once a month, Saturn is alone in Aquarius.

Neptune is by itself in Pisces. So we are chasing the moon around the chart this week, which , we’ll embellish more than that. If you have a speak pipe question, go ahead and leave it either for this podcast here, we could take it up here. Or if you’d like to ask one for Robert and old soul new soul, you can do that there as well.

And those of you who have, we will get to them as quickly as we can. We had a bunch come in over the. So, thank you. I know you guys are loving that. I see that you see exactly what I saw. He’s the goat best astrology teacher I’ve sat under. And that podcast is going to end up being a national treasure as it gets built out over the months and years ahead now, over the weekend, Saturn slipped into retrograde on Saturday.

How was that? Did you feel anything, anything start working backwards in your life? In fact, one of the upcoming episodes with Robert is going to be on retrogrades in general. And we talked about Saturn. So we’ll cover some of that over there. Robert teaches very much the rewords, all of the re retooling rest, revisit renovate.

Now Saturn always gets my attention, anything Saturn and Pluto for the next. I have no idea, 20, 30, 40 years, because we are under that conjunction from January 12th. 2020 anything dealing with these two carmic blues brothers needs special attention. And right now the blues brothers are both in retrograde and this retrograde will move Pluto back over the place where it was in the United States chart on July 4th, 1776 for the second of the three crossings this year.

I know you’re and by the way, the United States Pluto. On July 4th, 1776 was in retrograde. So that degree is 27 degrees, 33 minutes of Capricorn. That second alignment at that degree by this current retrograde Pluto will happen on Monday. July 11th. And for those of you who prefer to the moment specifics, it will happen at 1 47 in the morning, at least with a chart set to Asheville, North Carolina.

If you have a honeycomb collective, that’s a note that would be worth adding to your July calendar for sure. You know, as I was looking at today’s chart, that was one of the things I was thinking is is this quiet time, quiet, deep, still waters that ends up being a trigger that we don’t know about, or do we get a little break?

And as far as that Pluto return goes, To me, that always was a big macro event. And I’ve even questioned in my own mind if this isn’t something that really doesn’t even involve. And I know this is astrological heresy just about, but we’re talking about a planet that takes 247 years to go around the sun.

So when you think about an applying aspect, one that is moving toward. Are we going to give that the same weight that we give mercury, for example? Maybe so, but I’ve seen, for example, in solar arcs that the orb of, of sign change could be up to five years, saw that directly happen in my own life. Well, solar arc signs are 30 years, so we’re talking about nearly 10 X that could we be talking about a 50 year lead up to this Pluto return?

So I’m wondering, could the last 30, 40, 50, even 60 years collectively, basically my lifetime since 1960, could that all be categoried under the umbrella of the Pluto return? And I think there’s merit to that because if you look back over that time, period, a lot has shifted in the fabric of the culture of the world and of the United States.

I just kinda leave it the, leave it there to ponder. But you know, when we hit July 11th, again, realize we probably are not talking about just that date. We’re talking about a lot of factors around this Pluto to return, but now it’s carmic partner Saturn next door in Aquarius. Is moving backwards too. So I think we probably could see more things related to whatever those two have in store.

So for the rest of this week, we have Jupiter and Mars in Aries in the relative early degrees in the first decade eight. So they’re both ju at four, Mars is at nine. Chiron is in there as well. And in Taurus, we have Venus at 10 degrees Uranus at 16 mercury at 26. And of course the nodes of the moon are in that Taurus Scorpio axis.

So there you go. That’s the setup of the chart, except for mercury retracing, its ground on Monday, back into Gemini. That’s basically it until the 21st. Don’t forget about the discord channel fun astrology podcast and hit the speak pipe. If you have any questions, then I have some other things that we can certainly fill this time with over the rest of the week.

Got a couple of questions already, but if you have one, certainly send it in. Have a great Monday. See you back tomorrow on the fun astrology podcast. Be sure to check out Robert. We’ve got some really cool stuff over there too.