Planets in antiscia and contra-antiscia reflect one another across the cardinal axis. The cardinal axis (also known as the Aries Point) is essentially the Node of the Sun, and is a point we all share. When planets connect by antiscia or contra-antiscia, a planetary pair is formed. These pairs provide insight into the energy of the day as well as enriching natal chart delineation. Why antiscia...    


October 2012

1st -- 8th – Saturn|Neptune 

2nd, 3rd – Venus|Saturn (c) 

3rd4th – Mercury|Venus (c) 

4th, 5th – Mercury|Neptune 

5th – Mercury|Mars * 

5th6th – Sun|Jupiter * 

6th – Mars|Saturn * 

7th – Mercury|Node * 

11th, 12th – Sun|Venus (c) 

15th – Mercury * 

15th16th – Sun|Mars * 

21st, 22nd, 23rd – Sun|Neptune 

22nd – Venus|Pluto * 

22nd23rd, 24th – Venus|Uranus 

25th – Sun|Mercury * 

26th – Mercury|Saturn * 

26th – Sun|Node * 

28th – Venus ingress into Libra (c) 


To use this list, simply blend the meanings of planets in combination. 

Bold dates indicate the day when a particular planetary expression is at its strongest - within 10 minutes of arc or less. Dates with one planet indicate its ingress into a Cardinal sign, or to 15 degrees Fixed, meaning it is sitting directly on the cardinal axis and so should feature prominently that day. Those with a (c) indicate contra-antiscia, signs arranged around the Aries/Libra axis. Finally, those marked with an asterisk* are antiscia formed around the midpoint of two Cardinal signs (midpoint: 15 Fixed) and are indirect antiscia.