Kramer Wetzel’s little book of transits
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This text has been in the idea phase over decades, with parts of the original in use these days.
Interested in a peek?
Readings available here.
The ubiquitous, universal Handbook to Literature defines the term, Dramatic Irony as "The words or acts of a character may carry a meaning unperceived by the character but understood by the audience." (Page 151)
That's how this works, the players, the characters, the actors in life? Sometimes these are planets as they continue to plot an evolution of the soul, and that gets all flighty after the definition. A little too metaphysical at times. What this book does, it offers more than 25 years’ experience looking at charts and plotting actions as planets continue to move and as a person continues to evolve.
- When is a good day for me?
What is a good time to take action?
When is a good time to be still and listen, rather than speak brashly, rashly, and ultimately get subsumed by the orbital mechanics?
“When to hold them, and when to fold them,” simply put.
The text originated as the backbone for the files used to assemble the Transit Report, which, to this day, is still the most accurate for of astrological prognostication I've got. As the planets continue to line up with natal chart, certain energies are unleashed. Stage in a person's development. The "mid-life" crisis, or "mid-life crazies," or whatever is happening. For the first dozen years, I thought I was a divorce doctor, seeing a disproportionate number of divorces under a specific transformative cycle.
The book, it will be available as a book, or as a e-Book, was originally slated for publication this fall. However, fact checking, proof reading, and similar, mundane production tasks are stretching the process out a bit.