Into the Deep: Uranus, Neptune and Pluto cross the I.C.

I’m often asked about what clients/students can expect when the biggies, ie Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, cross the Imum Coeli or I.C. Well, here is an account of one person’s experiences, ie mine! Do not worry, those of you in the throes of one of those heavy duty, life changing transits. I’ve had all of them cross my I.C and I’m still here…( as far as I know…)

Although this article was written and published in the mid/late 1990s I thought it was worth posting on “Astrology: Questions and Answers”.. It’s been the most-read-ever article on this blog.

It would be most interesting, and educational for other readers, if any of you felt like sharing YOUR experiences regarding any of those great collective planets crossing the I.C. point.

http://astrologyquestionsandanswers.com/2014/10/03/what-happens-when-uranus-neptune-and-pluto-cross-the-i-c/

The Underworld: Ancient Egypt

The Underworld: Ancient Egypt

150 words copyright Anne Whitaker 2014
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4 responses to “Into the Deep: Uranus, Neptune and Pluto cross the I.C.

  1. Thank you very much for the beautifully written article Anne.

    I became highly curious when you told that the males were the only ones who partook in funerals in The Hebrides when you were a youngster, Anne.
    How come that particular custom arose? The Scandinavian countries became Protestants back in the 15th century, when Lutheranism came along.
    Aside from the ladies sitting on the benches at the right side by themselves, and the males sitting at the left side in the churches back then……I never have heard of females left out of participation in funerals.

    Appreciating very much everything you are telling. I`m a fool when it comes to the astrology sad to say, but interesting it is !

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    • Many thanks, Inger Lise. I’m afraid I don’t know how long the custom of excluding women from funerals in the Western Isles of Scotland has existed. And it may have changed – but was still the case in the 1980s and 1990s, when I last attended funerals there…

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  2. That is such a lovely interwoven story of two such moving events in your life Anne, it makes me feel quite tingly in the spine. Thank you so much for this as I prepare for a big new experience. Jane xx

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    • Spine- tingling? Why, I could not have aspired to a better response than that! Thanks, Jane. Big experiences are the most daunting, especially if you KNOW you are headed into one. But they also push us to grow the most…will be thinking of you. Xx

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