Let Alone the Galaxy.
The best time to study a distant Galaxy is when another, closer Galaxy is between it and you. As Einstein claimed, Mass bends Light (or Space), so the nearer Galaxy acts as a “Gravitational Lens” to amplify the Galaxy behind it. It’s the same when one planet lines up in front of another; the nearer planet amplifies the Energy of the planet behind it. Astrologers call that a Conjunction or Transit; we usually call it an Initiation, as the far planet grants Shakipat to the nearer planet, which passes it on to us.
Technically, there’s a “catch,” or a fly in the ointment. An astrological Conjunction occurs in only one Dimension, Longitude (East-West). Two planets that are astrologically Conjunct need not be in the same position on the North-South Dimension, which astrologers call Declination.
So, for instance, the 10 September (5am PDT) Pholus Station and the…
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