Jupiter Sets at Dawn wrote: ↑
Tue Aug 18, 2020 2:10 pm
I think we might look at the next return to see how the story comes out.
Now that I've had a chance to work up Trump and Biden SLRs and Demis through January, I can answer this question better, J. From my forecast for the period 12/16/20 to 1/13/21, the most outstanding characteristic of the next couple of charts is that neither one has very much to say one way or the other. Here though, are some summaries - I welcome your thoughts about these in relation to the mid-December SLR.
SIDEREAL DEMI-LUNAR RETURN (Dec 28)
If he is in Washington, the new chart shows almost nothing. (Biden's chart is similarly a "dumb note" for late December, then gets active January 6.)
Trump's one angular planet is natal Pluto 5°35' from IC. When this is angular alone (and not closely
angular), it usually means that one withdraws and isn't seen by anyone.
The "fill in the cracks" or "give us the background" aspects (non-foreground partile aspects) are somewhat split. He is still zooming in on transiting Neptune square natal Uranus and transiting Pluto opposes his Saturn (which are exact to the minute on Inauguration Day). The easiest read on these is that the floor is cut out from under him. I take Sun square natal Neptune as loss of energy and morbidity.
But if he is in Washington, two mundane
aspects are even closer and may take the lead: Transiting Pluto squares natal Neptune
(0°06'), which shakes up one's worldview, confronting one with a new reality. A transiting Jupiter-Uranus square
(0°13') normally means success: In this predominantly unsuccessful
chart it still likely means he gets a remarkable lucky break: An avenue of opportunity opens for him.
SIDEREAL LUNAR RETURN (Jan 10)
Only a little more active than the last, for Washington this features transiting Uranus 7° past Midheaven and natal Mars 7° before Ascendant. I think these say almost nothing (nothing we don't see in Trump every day).
Among support aspects, starkly good and starkly bad indications are pretty evenly split.