What Astrologers Are Saying About the Coronavirus
Right now, I am sitting in my bedroom, looking out at a clear blue sky. It’s very quiet, because there’s so little traffic and I can hear bird song several gardens away, children playing next door. The air is clear and easy on the lungs. It smells different: good. There’s a strange stillness as we ready ourselves for the coming storm.
On Friday, both my daughters had their last day of school. All the teachers lined up outside to wave goodbye and cheer the girls, some were crying. The girls in their final year, who will never go back, were in tears too. There was a peculiar atmosphere, as we knew that some parents, the health workers, would soon be on the frontline of a battle taking place in the midst of our own community, and some of us might be losing friends or relatives.
Many friends have already seen their future income completely wiped out as the entire economy grinds to a juddering halt. Who knows how we will all make ends meet, who will depart and who will stay. One thing is certain, when the children return to school some things will not be the same.
We have now separated out to our own family pods. And we’ll be seeing each other again on the other side…
It’s an extraordinary time. As you know if you read this website, I see this as a massive stress test for our systems of governance, hierarchies, economy etc. Some will fail, and some will come through. What we need now is solidarity and co-operation. How we treat each other now is crucial.
And I think our relationship with the planet has to change.
Here is what some astrologers have to say about it.
• Steven Forrest
• Faye Blake
• Sue Kientz
• Alex Miller
• Lynn Bell
• Robert Wilkinson
• Sally Kirkman
• Ray Grasse
• Ray Merriman
Stay safe and take care of the ones you’re with.
BTW I am sure there are more good astrological insights on the web, please feel free to add them in the comments.