by Alison Price
Starzology 2020 Astrology Guide
We are super excited to give you, our fabulous readers, the Starzology 2020 Astrology Guide for Ingresses, Retrogrades and Eclipses.
This is a handy pdf guide for Aspiring Astrologers and anyone interested in astrology.
It is a perfect guide for horoscope writers as well.
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There are three sections:
The ingresses section lists the dates that the planets move from one sign to another in 2020.
The retrograde section shows all of the planet’s station (retrograde and direct) dates and degrees and retrograde periods for 2020.
The eclipses sections tables every solar and Lunar eclipse for the year by degree and sign.
World Wide Aspiring Astrologers
To help my international audience from countries far and wide, all times and dates are set for good old Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) or what is now called Universal Time (UT).
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As astrologers we can look at each year in many ways. During any given year there are the natural planetary cycles.
We also note the retrogrades as a background ebb and flow similar to radio static from the Big Bang.
On top of this, we can consider more specific movements of the transiting planets and then drill down to a closer inspection of your particular chart, it’s unique placements and the personal effects that you experience.
Retrogradation of the Planets
Retrogradation is the optical illusion of a planet stopping and moving backward and after a while turning and going forwards again. We see this because of our moving viewpoint from planet Earth.
A planetary station is the exact time and position that a planet turns direction either from forwards to backward (stations retrograde SRx) or from backward to forwards (stations direct SD).
All planets except the Sun and the Moon have retrograde periods.
Note: Having a retrograde Sun is an old astrology joke so don’t get caught nodding sagely to that old chestnut.
During the whole year, there is always at least one planet retrograde. It really is a natural state for us to experience and not the dreaded time that many believe.
Embrace each planet’s retrograde period and make the most of the natural slow down that all planets experience during any given year. As above so below.