When life on earth gets too hair-tearing to bear consider space probes Voyager 1 & 2, launched in 1977 to study the outer Solar System, and still ambling their way round interstellar space. They’ve circled Neptune, Uranus, Saturn and Jupiter and are continuing to send invaluable pictures of the never-before-seen planetary surfaces back to NASA on forty year old technology.
Voyager 2 was launched 20 Aug 1977 2.29pm UT Cape Canaveral; and Voyager 1 on 5 September 1977 12.45pm UT. Both charts have Pluto on the Ascendant – probing deep; and Neptune in the 3rd as they circumnavigate beyond the stratosphere, communicating the unknown secrets of the cosmos. Both have the ‘successful activity’ Mars Jupiter conjunction, exact for Voyager 1. And both have Mercury in the 12th, retrograde for Voyager 1, but that hasn’t stopped it getting its message through.
On Harmonics, the superstar 22H is marked; as is leaving-a-legacy-for-history 17H; and breakthrough/genius 13H. In both cases the most notable Harmonic is the 7th – magical, mystical, cosmic secrets. Luck and good fortune, a message to convey. Living in a world of their own. Immense creative achievement. (see previous post Harmonics 3 Sept 2017).