Eris transits (etc)

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Eris transits (etc)

Post by Mike » Tue Jan 04, 2022 5:19 pm

I want to start keeping an eye on Eris-related transits in my personal charts, and a thread here seems like the best way to do that publicly.

With that said, the past two days have been pretty wild for me! So most of you don't know yet that I have accepted a new (senior) position at a new job, and so have been dealing with end-of-current-job craziness and getting-paperwork-out-of-the-way craziness with my new job. I seem to recall from my big transit dump a week ago that there's some Eris stuff going on right now, so let's see what we can see...

(Transits are timed for 1/4/22 3pm EST, which is around the peak of the craziness)

t. Sun 0 r. Saturn 0*19'
t. Neptune 45 r. Venus 0*10'
t. Jupiter 45 r. Eris 0*23'
t. Sun 45 s. Jupiter 0*52'
t. Venus 45 s. Mars 0*40'
(t. Uranus 90 s. Saturn 0*06')

(s.p. Jupiter 135 s.p. Pluto 0*04')
(s.p. Saturn 60 s.p. Pluto 0*32')
(s.p. Mercury 0 solar arc IC 0*03')
s.p. Moon 0 s.p. IC 0*28'
t. Eris 135 s.p. Moon 0*24' (i.e. s.p. Moon is contacting transiting Eris)

Also, it's been a minute since I calculated quotidians, but if I'm doing this correctly... looks like:
r. Eris on SNQ 1*00'
r. Mercury on SNQ IC 1*14'
t. Venus on SNQ IC 0*35'
s.p. Saturn sqr. SNQ Asc 1*49'

What am I seeing here?

Well, definitely intensity, lots of work, positive attention, and things being mildly frustrating, but Jupiter-Eris and s.p. Moon-Eris are big notable hits for this, I believe, and Eris on a quotidian angle is just more reinforcement.

I've experienced a whole lot of confusion, both around me and in myself, but 1. the sources of the confusion have been inherently positive things (details surrounding onboarding, and a big, much-awaited deployment at work), and I've also felt very jovial about the whole thing. There has also been that sense of "just surfing the waves," or not clinging too tightly to any particular outcome.

Is this explainable without Eris?
Maybe. My SSR is dominated by natal Jupiter (on purpose and at great expense!), but aside from that, I think the Jupiter-Eris transit is quite descriptive if we take it as "positive things being unbound and chaotic; having a good attitude, and surrounded by good feelings, about things that are chaotic."

I'm not sure how to distinguish s.p. Moon and t. Eris though.
I'll watch these 2 individual transits and see if anything notable happens on the days each is exact.

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Re: Eris transits (etc)

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jan 04, 2022 6:41 pm

Congrats on the new job!

And yeah - there are other little bits like Saturn for work and Neptune for "I got the dream" - but it does sound a lot like Eris. (Of course, what's the current SLR.)
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Re: Eris transits (etc)

Post by Mike » Tue Jan 04, 2022 7:22 pm

Thanks :)

Current SLR is easy; there's just the one:

r. Venus on Asc +0*11'
t. Jupiter sqr MC 1*23'
t. Saturn on Asc -3*23'
t. Pluto on Asc +5*14'
t. Mercury on Asc +7*47'

So there's more good feelings, for the most part, alongside uplift and work intensity - but I still am thinking this is a hit for Eris.

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Re: Eris transits (etc)

Post by Mike » Sat Jan 08, 2022 5:29 pm

Some brief thoughts after having gone through the peak of both Eris transits - the dominant natal Eris feeling I am getting is still "declining to treat different concepts or outcomes any differently than each other; carefree, careless, unclinging, welcoming whatever single reality manifests out of all of the possiblities."

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