Mars Conjunct Fixed Stars Algol and Pleiades and their Malefic Effects
Over the next few days, specifically from Feb 25 to March 3, transiting Mars will be passing over the degrees of the fixed stars Algol and the Pleiades.
Algol, derived from an Arabic Al-Ghul, a la “ghoul”, also represents the severed head of Medusa in the Perseus constellation. Its astrological effects are severe and upsetting at times.
Shortly thereafter, Mars connects up with the Pleiades, known as the Seven Sisters or Daughters of the Titan Atlas and the Oceanid Pleione: Maia, Electra, Celaeno, Alcyone, Sterope, and Merope.
The Pleiades is also called in Hindu myth Krittika, another name for Kartikeya, also known as Sanat Kumara.
Nevertheless, the astrological lore of the Pleiades’ effects are also very severe, harsh and shocking at times (which my own observations conclude). So, a malefic planet in the vicinity of two sets of similarly malefic stars should be something to be mindful of.
Regretfully this notice goes out very late, but perhaps not too late for you or anyone you know to be wary, a little bit more careful and just prepared for to be caught off-guard.
Peak dates are Feb 25 and March 3, as well as the days in between. In the last few days we know that Tiger Woods’ life has taken a major turn, and he was very reckless in the act. Tiger Woods is an extreme example of course, and maybe nothing significant will touch you, but surely others won’t be so lucky.
Algol is conjunct the Midheaven of Donald Trump, quite a star to mark one’s reputation I would say; and maybe he’ll have some turbulence as well, making his own waves in response.
You can be assured that everything that happens to us is ultimately spiritual in it’s outcome, and changes that may occur during this time may be very deep and long lasting, especially regarding the emergence of your own consciousness.