NorthPoint Astrology Journal, Your Guide to Planetary Energies for December 31, 2012 to January 6, 2013Lit Corner | December 31, 2012 | 2:28 AM
By Pam Younghans
Photo: ”Runaway star” Zeta Oph (the bright blue star in the center of this photo) is moving through space at 24 kilometers per second. The colorful band in the photo is called an “interstellar bow wave,” and is caused by Zeta Oph’s stellar wind compressing and heating interstellar material as it plows through space. (Astronomy Picture of the Day for December 29, 2012; photo credit to NASA, JPL-Caltech, Spitzer Space Telescope)
THROUGHOUT 2012, and indeed, for many years prior, we have had a sense that something BIG has been underway on energetic/spiritual levels. Life experience has seemed to corroborate that internal knowing, as many of us have gone through a rapid succession of life-changing events. As a result, we have been feeling a bit like the “runaway star” Zeta Oph, shown in today’s masthead, which is moving through space at the rate of 15 miles (24 kilometers) per second!
Now that we have reached the end of 2012, many are wondering “where to now.” Without that mountain peak to aim for and work toward, where does our trail lead?
AS WE MIGHT EXPECT, there is not one concrete answer to that question that will be true for all of us.… Read the rest