Rare Planetary Line-Up Could Mean Calmness And Harmony According To Astrologers
April 19, 2002: A rare treat is in the offing for star watchers that only happens once per century.
This event also may have a profound effect on us, according to
From now until early June the five planets that can be seen with the naked eye,
viz., Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, will move into a rough grouping on the same, visible, side of the sun.
People will be able to see the planets with the naked eye lining up about 45 minutes after sunset, according to Robert Warren at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London.
Stargazers should watch the planets rising from the western horizon where the five should be grouped within a span of 10 degrees of sky, or about the width of a fist held at arm's length.
Astrologers suggest that this rare cosmic phenomena will have far reaching effects on the people
on the earth as stars exert a profound influence on the human behavior.
According to astrologer Walter Berg, "The coming together of the five naked eye planets in conjunction with other cosmic influences will greatly affect the collective human unconscious."
For example, a chart for April 30 predicted greater human harmony and increased
teamwork. This may manifest itself in shorter supermarket queues, quieter roads and people getting on better.
The alignment of the plants are "like an army marching in step," according to Berg. The movement of planets through space affects the solar magnetic field which in turn affects the geo magnetic field influencing people's central nervous system. This means that people will be more in tune with each other and better equipped to avoid the petty hassles and confrontations of everyday life as a result of this celestial event.
One planet that has a strong effect on communication is the planet Gemini according to astrologers.
Of course, not every scientist agrees that planets influence the human behavior. But isn't that wonderful if supermarket queues can get shorter, road rage can ease and everyone may be getting on better as a result of this astronomical
phenomenon? We can say that is a "godsend" and enjoy it when we can.