Saturday, March 19, 2011

The Spring Equinox March 2011

The Vernal Equinox* and an Overview of the Three Months Ahead

Note:  The Vernal Equinox is the date in the northern hemisphere when the Sun crosses the celestial equator (declination 0) moving northward. Night and day are nearly equal and this date marks the beginning of Spring, thus, it is often called the Spring Equinox.

In the southern hemisphere, the center of the Sun crosses the celestial equator moving southward - it is often called the Autumnal Equinox, marking the beginning of Autumn in the southern hemisphere.

The Spring Equinox occurs Sunday, March 20, 2011, at 6:22 PM EST Washington D.C.

Happy Astrologers Day March 20!
Astrologers celebrate the New Astronomical year with all sorts of gatherings, good food, good cheer and lots of horoscope charts.

Around the Spring Equinox Chart (chart location set for Washington, D.C.)Kaye Shinker lists the major upcoming transits for the next three months and discusses the Equinox chart in detail. Read the list of upcoming transits and where we find the specifics of the season ahead based on this chart. (click to read Kaye Shinker's article on our web site)

For your own score card click, link to Countdown to 2012 on our web site and print the entire list of astrological phenomena. Astrological Countdown to the end of the Mayan Calendar

The Spring Equinox Sun promises employment in new professions your parents never dreamed existed. Some folks will find jobs where uniforms are required and others will need a pocket protector. The big money is in partnerships where one partner is a terrific salesman and the other one is terrific at explaining the product or service. Those willing to take a risk will have a lot of fun in investing in commodities, entertainment and the visual arts.


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