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Analysis-Basis for March 2007 Predictions
Date Posted: February 28, 2007
 

    The predictions analysis is based on the following important ninefold planetary configurations (within 3 ninefold degrees or 1/3 regular degree orb) for this month. 

    Neptune-Saturn ninefold opposition (Feb 26 - Mar 3)

    Uranus-Ketu ninefold opposition (March 17 - 22)

     

    Ketu-Jupiter ninefold trine (March 13 - 18)

    Saturn-Ketu ninefold trine (March 1 - April 4)

     

    Jupiter-Pluto ninefold square (March 8 - 18)

    Pluto-Saturn ninefold square (March 16 - 27)

     

    Uranus-Jupiter ninefold sextile (Feb 22 - Mar 7)

    Rahu-Jupiter ninefold sextile (March 1 3 - 18)

    Saturn-Rahu ninefold sextile (March 1 - April 4)

    Saturn-Uranus ninefold sextile (March 18 - 24)

     

    Saturn-Jupiter ninefold conjunction (March 14 - 19)

    Uranus-Rahu ninefold conjunction  (March 17 - 22)

     

    The important regular planetary angles (within 1 degree orb) for this month are as follows:

     

    Neptune-Saturn opposition (Feb 20 - March 9)

    Uranus-Ketu opposition (March 11-29)

    Mars-Saturn opposition (March 21-24)

     

    Saturn-Jupiter trine (March 9 - 27)

     

    Mars-Jupiter sextile (March 22 - 25)

     

    Uranus-Rahu conjunction (March 11-29)

     

    Other important information pertaining to this month is as follow:

     

    On  March 3,  a partial lunar eclipse occurs during the hours of  21:00 to 2:00 (March 4) GMT. It's not a strong eclipse, and it will be visible in Europe, Africa, western part of Asia, and eastern part of North American continent and South America.   Since it's a weaker type I don't expect it to influence the world events in a significantly negative way.

     

    On  March 7,  ninefold Neptune enters Virgo. 

     

    On March 8, Mercury becomes direct in sidereal Aquarius.

     

    On March 13, Venus enters sidereal Aries.

     

    On March 15 Sun enters sidereal Pisces. 

     

    A weak solar eclipse occurs approximately during the hours of  1:00 to 4:00 GMT of March 20.  This eclipse will be visible in continents of eastern Asia as far west as Afghanistan and  Australia.

     

    On March 29, Mars enters sidereal Aquarius.

     

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