Join us March 10, 2011 at 7:30PM to discuss the impact…
The outer planets spend a long time transiting any one sign. Uranus spends about 7 years in a sign, Neptune 14 years, and Pluto – spends an average of 21 years in a sign. As many people share the same sign placement of the outer planets at birth, they can be descriptive of and common to a whole group of people. They are often associated with themes and experiences which are universal. For these reasons, the outer planets are often termed collective, transpersonal and generational.
We’re getting together for a round table discussion regarding the significance of Uranus transiting Aries on March 10th. Janice Brown, Denise Grams and Charlotte Greenwood each present an introduction to get the conversation started. Bring your charts, notes, and any important points you’d like to share. This promises to be an engaging evening.
During the past 7 years, Uranus has transited the dream of Pisces. On March 11th, Uranus enters Aries, birthing a new cycle. If you missed Rose Marcus’ Annual Forecast, she called this “a once in a lifetime” transit. Aries is cardinal fire; dynamic, active, and initiating, interested in motion from a stand still. Aries wants to move outward with purpose, towards a goal, or in a particular direction. This is the energy of spring, of new growth. It is about risk-taking and adventure, boldness and courage. It is the pioneering drive stepping into the unknown and acting without fear. Uranus is the first outer planet beyond Saturn, which is associated with structure, boundaries, rules and responsibility. By contrast, Uranus represents the urge to be independent and break free, to be radically different. It is symbolic of rebellion and the overthrowing of old order, much like the protests we’ve recently seen in Tunisia and Egypt. Revolutionary Uranus is known as “The Great Awakener.” It is also considered the higher octave of Mercury, and associated with innovation, creative genius, the brilliant scientific discoveries and enlightenment that bring rapid change.
The timelines for this round of Uranus in Aries are:
- Time line for Preview: May 27-August 13, 2010
- Time line for Main Event: March 11, 2011-May 15, 2018
- Timeline for Review: November 6, 2018 to March 6, 2019
The dates for Uranus in Aries previously are
- March 31, 1927 –November 4, 1927 (preview)
- January 13, 1928-June 6, 1934 (main event)
October 10, 1934-March 28, 1935 (review)