The pic below (click to enlarge) is a reminder of what the sky looked like that day. The big pointy triangle is a Yod, aka finger of fate or finger of God, which was part of all the hoo-ha, as complete Yods are less common than other planet patterns (this is when they have a central line running from point to base within the triangle, formed by two planets standing opposite each other).
Anyway turns out of course it wasn't the end of the world, but it felt like it to me, as this was the day I was diagnosed with grade 3 aggressive breast cancer. How mad is that? I do pick my days! And it wasn't intentional to be in hospital that day, believe me; I was supposed to be getting the Christmas turkey from Marks and Spencer, but instead I was being fast tracked in for tests to avoid holiday delay; and I suppose a yod is not known as the finger of fate for nothing.
The reason I am mentioning this is not just coz it's an unlucky coincidence, but because I am intending looking at some of the astrology of my journey from that day. There were some interesting links between my chart and the Yod chart, and I am noticing that it doesn't end there... events since then are being described perfectly in planet patterns time and time again.
So, I am intrigued enough to go public and make some notes. It's taken me this long to get started coz I am well out of practice blogging! I also had surgery early January to get rid of the tumour and am just feeling back to normal now. I plan to look back at some of the significant events over the past few weeks, including the different kinds of healing I am embarking on; I also have chemo and radiotherapy to go yet, so am curious as to how astrology is going to be playing out during this time for me.
I have decided the message from the universe about my diagnosis was 'it's not the end of the world', but I don't know quite how I feel about seeing the whole thing reflected so vividly in my birth chart and in the current sky map; maybe I will find out the more notes I make? Anyway, that's all for now, more to come soon.