Astrological events take time.
Astrologers tend to focus on exactitude when discussing whatever celestial activities have caught their attention. For example, this coming Friday sees a Full Moon taking place in Sagittarius. The Full Moon is always an occasion when the Sun and the Moon are exactly 180 degrees apart from each other in the sky, as seen from Earth. And sure, if you’re going to feel the energies of a given Full Moon, then the moment of 180-degree precision is when you’re likely to feel it the most.
But what about when the Sun and the Moon are 179 degrees apart? Will we feel it then? How about at 181 degrees…? You probably get the overall question.
And the answer is that astrological events unfold just like real events do here on the earthly plane. Let’s use the Olympics as an example. Say you live in Pyeongchang County, South…
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