While Saturn (The Most Important Thing) is past it’s Exact Station, it’s Still Stationary. It remains within one Degree of its Exact Station till 11 May. One Degree is a fairly conservative measure of Sensitivity. The impact of an event like a Saturn Station will fade because other astroevents become more prominent before it fades because it loses Sensitivity. And we have many astroevents in the queue.
However, even though an astroevent like a Saturn Station can fade into background noise, that doesn’t mean it goes away. We’ve often said, though I don’t think we have lately, that the impact of an astroevent builds in Power till the moment it’s Exact, then falls off rapidly. So once we passed 10pm PDT on 5 April, The Most Important Thing began to seem less important.
However, that rapid falloff after an astroevent is Conditional. It depends on what we’re thinking and…
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