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The Gods of weather are at war!

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This winter may go down in the record books as one of the most extreme in a long time. There has been snow in 49 states, according to news reports. The UK has seen extremes in terms of water, and in Australia there is a major heat wave. Meteorological explanations aside, weather is connected to the planetary movements of the time!

Why is the weather so extreme this winter? The explanation is simple! Uranus in Aries (significator of lightening, weather, unexpected and extreme events) is square Jupiter( planet of expansion-increases) and these two planets are forming what is called a T-square with Pluto (long term change).

A T-square is a major configuration shaped like a T involving three planets. The energies of these planets will bring events involving the nature of the planets involved and in this case Uranus (weather) square Jupiter (increase) brings the extreme conditions, and Pluto shows us something is changing on a deep level such as global warming.

This pattern should start to shift before month's end or at least by March 7, or a few days earlier as Jupiter stations to go direct and Uranus moves to the next degree, changing the pattern.

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