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Analysis-Basis for August 2008 Predictions
Date Posted: July 31, 2008
 

    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. 

    Saturn-Ketu ninefold opposition (Aug 7 - 10 )

     

    Uranus-Ketu ninefold trine (July 28 - Aug 26)

     

    Pluto-Rahu ninefold square (July 28 - Aug 14)

    Pluto-Ketu ninefold square (July 28 - Aug 14)

    Pluto-Saturn ninefold square (Aug 7 - 11)

    Uranus-Saturn ninefold square ( Aug 28 - 31)

     

    Uranus-Rahu ninefold sextile (July 28 - Aug 26)

    Saturn-Jupiter ninefold sextile (Aug 1 - 3 )

    Uranus-Saturn ninefold sextile ( Aug 6 - 10)

     

    Saturn-Rahu ninefold conjunction (Aug 7 - 10)

    Neptune-Jupiter ninefold conjunction (Aug 22 - Sept 8)

     

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

     

    Uranus-Mars opposition (Aug 4 - 6)

     

    Rahu-Mars quincunx (July 30 - Aug 1)

    Neptune-Mars quincunx (Aug 6 - 8)

     

    Pluto-Mars square (Aug 15 - 17)

     

     

    Other important information pertaining to this month is as follow:

     

    On August 1, a partial solar eclipse occurs between the hours of  9:30 - 11 GMT. It will be visible in Europe, Middle-East, Central Asia, Africa, Indian subcontinent, and western China and eastern part of South America.  It's a weak eclipse.

     

    On August 1, Venus enters in sidereal Leo.

     

    On August 7, Mercury enters in sidereal Leo.

     

    On August 9, Mars enters in sidereal Virgo.

     

    On August 12, the ninefold retrograde Jupiter enters sidereal Virgo.

     

    On August 16, Sun enters in sidereal Leo.

     

    Also, on August 16, a total lunar eclipse occurs between the hours of 19 - 23:30 GMT.  It will be visible in Europe, Asia, Africa, and eastern part of South America. It's a strong eclipse.

     

    On August 23, the ninefold Saturn enters sidereal Virgo.

     

    On August 25, both Mercury and Venus enter sidereal Virgo.

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