Dramatic Drought Decisively Draws to a Denoument

 

Perhaps we have a clue to the characteristic of rains connected to the ascendance/descendance of the moon.  This long drought ended the day after we entered the Southern Descending moon, so perhaps will relate to other records from temperate latitudes.  This will be more interesting to watch as we pass the solstice.
The rains started in Fruit/Fire, but very lightly, while we had some heavy extended rains only after we entered the Root/Earth Constellation of Capricorn.  
More remarkable was the termination of the rain and a peaceful quiet clearing as we entered the Flower/Air Constellation.  Perhaps the Spring and Autumn seasons are unpredictable, but it would be a great accomplishment if we were able to relate rain to the Constellations in only the Summer and Winter seasons.  This not only will definitively prove the veracity of Maria Thun’s Bio-Dynamic experiments, but could tell us when plants expect water, so could economize irrigation everywhere!
The second day of Aquarius has been blustery, with fast-changing clouds.  This leads me to wonder if we can correlate wind speed to Flower/Air Constellations?  This is another task to ask my world-wide audience to take on regarding Flower/Air Constellations, similar to noting the activity of the insects.  Now I am in winter so insects are generally quiet – so those of you in the Northern Hemisphere must supply observations!
We will have entered the Leaf/Water Constellation of Pisces (1500 UTC, 15 June) when I post this, so watch for heavy rains BEFORE 1300 UTC, 18 June, when we roll over into the Moon in Aries.  If you read this a bit later, keep an eye for heavy rains starting AFTER 0500 UTC, 20 June, when we enter the Root/Earth Constellation of Taurus.  Actually I will be traveling for several months from then, so I will not have my B-D calendar and will post the transits to access them from internet cafes in several countries.
The Sun moves into Gemini near the Solstice@ 0600 UTC, 21 June;  Southern Ascending Moon@ 0200 UTC, 22 June and the New Moon is fourteen hours later.  Gemini@ 1600 UTC, 22 June;  Cancer@ 1200 UTC, 24 June;  Leo@ 2200 UTC, 25 June;  Virgo@ 0900 UTC, 28 June.  There is a node at 1700 UTC, 24 June. 

Perhaps we have a clue to the characteristic of rains connected to the ascendance/descendance of the moon.  This long drought ended the day after we entered the Southern Descending moon, so perhaps will relate to other records from temperate latitudes.  This will be more interesting to watch as we pass the solstice.

The rains started in Fruit/Fire, but very lightly, while we had some heavy extended rains only after we entered the Root/Earth Constellation of Capricorn.  

More remarkable was the termination of the rain and a peaceful quiet clearing as we entered the Flower/Air Constellation.  Perhaps the Spring and Autumn seasons are unpredictable, but it would be a great accomplishment if we were able to relate rain to the Constellations in only the Summer and Winter seasons.  This not only will definitively prove the veracity of Maria Thun’s Bio-Dynamic experiments, but could tell us when plants expect water, so could economize irrigation everywhere!

The second day of Aquarius has been blustery, with fast-changing clouds.  This leads me to wonder if we can correlate wind speed to Flower/Air Constellations?  This is another task to ask my world-wide audience to take on regarding Flower/Air Constellations, similar to noting the activity of the insects.  Now I am in winter so insects are generally quiet – so those of you in the Northern Hemisphere must supply observations!

We will have entered the Leaf/Water Constellation of Pisces (1500 UTC, 15 June) when I post this, so watch for heavy rains BEFORE 1300 UTC, 18 June, when we roll over into the Moon in Aries.  If you read this a bit later, keep an eye for heavy rains starting AFTER 0500 UTC, 20 June, when we enter the Root/Earth Constellation of Taurus.  

The Sun moves into Gemini near the Solstice@ 0600 UTC, 21 June;  Southern Ascending Moon@ 0200 UTC, 22 June and the New Moon is fourteen hours later.  Gemini@ 1600 UTC, 22 June;  Cancer@ 1200 UTC, 24 June;  Leo@ 2200 UTC, 25 June;  Virgo@ 0900 UTC, 28 June.  There is a node at 1700 UTC, 24 June.

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