Astrological Musings

Astrological Musings

Diane on Jupiter-Uranus colliding with Saturn-Pluto this summer

I return from my trip today!

Diane Lang, the Libra seeking balance (from the blog of the same name) writes:

On June 10, 2010 in Washington State where I live, a much tougher law regarding cell phone use when driving goes into effect and I see it as an excellent example of the Jupiter-Uranus conjunction in Aries smacking into Pluto in Capricorn. This law allows anyone using a cell phone while driving to be ticketed to the tune of $124 and the cops have already given notice they will NOT be handing out warnings either.

The group most likely to ignore the hazards of texting or talking on a cell phone while driving are young and male – and a pretty good fit for Jupiter conjoined Uranus in the masculine, fire sign of Aries. They tend to be convinced they are both immortal and consider themselves capable of driving with all kinds of distractions. Me, I’m over sixty, female and KNOW it is a very bad idea to do anything but pay strict attention to my driving. Heh, I have to be on high alert watching out for all those young, distracted drivers . . . :)

read more here…  Jupiter and Uranus in Aries certainly are indicators of reckless driving.  This is a good reminder for me to put the phone away!

  • http://www.gemini-awakening.com Joseph

    Must be a good day for Jupiter collisions. Yesterday, astronomers recorded a small astroid or comet impact on this giant planet. Jupiter must be priming the pump for its dance with Uranus in Aries. ;)
    http://www.skyandtelescope.com/news/home/95573224.html

  • http://web.mac.com/drsteve720 Steve

    I have my true north node at 00 Aries 17 – the exact location of the Jupiter-Uranus conjunction (end of 10th house).
    At the T-Square, I have Uranus at 00 Aries 26 (10th House) oppose Saturn at 00 Libra 26 (end of 4th House) My Moon at 29 Virgo 30.
    What do you think???


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