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Happy Makar Sankranti Happy Pongal Happy Lodi   Makar (Capricorn) Sankranti (ingress of Sun) is one of the popular Indian festivals, celebrated in different parts of India under different names. Festivals are times when I miss India a lot & become homesick . Makar Sankranti or transit of Sun into Capricorn (Cap) originally coincided with...

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The great conjunction between Saturn and Jupiter is happening right now in sidereal Capricorn and will be exact on December 21st, 2020, winter solstice in the northern hemisphere, summer in the southern. Jupiter & Saturn come together every 20 years, the last time being in sidereal Taurus in 2000. So why is this conjunction called...

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After Ketu, the south node of the moon moved into sidereal Scorpio in late September, 2020, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel & Andrea Ghez for their discovery of black holes. At the center of black holes lies a singularity where all known laws of nature cease to exist...

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New Moon in Libra is celebrated as Diwali / Deepavali / Deepotsav, the festival of lights. Like most Indian festivals, Diwali is metaphysically celebrated based on the relationship between the Sun & the Moon. Sun represents the soul or the paramatman – the non-changing, non-dual self, & Moon represents the Jivataman or the mind –...

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