Notable Celestial and Astrological Events for 2012
The year 2012 has been a never-ending topic of controversy among psychics, astrologers, scientists, and even ordinary people. The possibility that the world might end on December 2012 is terrifying to many. However, for those who have a deep understanding of the underlying meanings of planetary positions and patterns, this year is one of the most exciting in terms of notable celestial events.
One of the many interesting heavenly events for 2012 is the retrogression of Saturn. The said planet is the slowest moving planet in the solar system. Psychics and astrologers have noticed that Saturn suddenly turned retrograde during the start of February.
What does retrogression mean?
A retrograde planet is one that looks as if it is moving in a backward motion from the earth and sun. This could last for a few days and weeks, and sometimes for longer periods of time. The reason why retrogression happens is that the sun throws light rays on a planet in such a way that the planet looks as though it is in backward motion. In short, retrogression is a trick to the human eye.
Retrograde planets hold significance in psychic arts and astrology because the behavior of planets say a lot about the affairs of the human race. As planets go retrograde, they could have varying effects of people with different zodiac signs. For example, a retrograde Pluto may be good for a Virgo but not so good for a Libra. There are many other examples of this and this is the subject of books with many volumes.
On December 21, 2012, the supposed end of the Mayan Calendar, there will be a full lunar eclipse. A greater part of New Zealand and Queensland will not see the moon for that particular day. It is indeed puzzling that the lunar eclipse will fall on the same date that is marked as the end of the Mayan Calendar!
In history, eclipses are associated with war, famine, destruction and other things. This led many people to believe that there might be an impending disaster for the human race on December 21. On the other hand, it is always better to be positive amidst this possibility of danger. There have been many lunar eclipses in history, and not all of them have become bringers of doom.
But instead of resorting to panic, it is better to just look at the signs in the heavens and have an awareness about what is happening.
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