Astrometeorology: Weather Forecast for the West, June 14-21, 2007

June 13, 2007 by  

Cloudy Day on a Fjord - illustrating Astrometeorology - Astrometeorology: Weather Forecast for the West, June 14-21, 2007

As expected last week, the weather warmed up a bit toward the end of the last lunar cycle. San Francisco hit a sweltering – for San Francisco – 77F (25C) on Wednesday, thanks to hot Venus in Leo on the 4th house cusp in the last lunation horoscope.

The horoscope for the upcoming lunation is below:

New Moon Horoscope June 14 2007 - illustrating Astrometeorology - Astrometeorology: Weather Forecast for the West, June 14-21, 2007

The New Moon (Moon conjunct Sun) in Gemini is inside the 7th house cusp, bringing us some moisture. The New Moon is in a moist sign, so we may get some rain, or at the very least, more clouds/humidity/fog. This depends on the type of moisture typical in your location. The connection to Mars in Aries, which also rules the important 4th house, may bring some unsettled weather. The old authorities say that Mars in Aries causes wind, but not rain, as well as thunder and lightning. So there will be an increase in moisture this week, “restless” weather, and possible – though not probable – thunderstorms.


4 Responses to “Astrometeorology: Weather Forecast for the West, June 14-21, 2007”

  1. J on June 21st, 2007 3:21 pm

    Something is bugging me about horary art. What if two people ask the same question from different places at the same time? Or at different place and time? And what if a person asks a question now, can he ask about it again later after some developments?

    How do horary astrologers deal with those?

  2. gryphonastrology on June 25th, 2007 4:15 pm

    Hi J,

    If more than one person asks the same question, then the astro fairies come by and give the later Querent a good whack on the head for not being the first to ask the question.

    Actually, it doesn’t seem to affect the chart for the worse. As John Frawley said, truth is a sturdy beast, and doesn’t seem to mind being examined by different people


  3. J on July 1st, 2007 2:16 am

    Thank you. I tend to agree. Can you please tell us what horary books you base your practice on? Who do you like?

  4. gryphonastrology on July 1st, 2007 6:35 pm

    Hi J,

    Good question. You may want to check out my horary astrology lens on Squidoo. I give a list of books there that I like, and always recommend when people ask:


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