Chines New Year
You have mentioned that you are getting much better new results with the Chines new year.
Is it the first Sun-Moon conjunction in Aquarius ?
Its the last sun moon conjunction before the sun goes into tropical pisces
Sounds like a seasons-based new year rather than a cardinal-based new year (which define our seasons in the West), as tropical Pisces is Madhu, the first Saura month of Vasant.
I am very surprised this is working so well simply because it lacks the clean and even geometry of the cardinal points. Spring happens at different times in different places, but the equinox and solstice happen the same time no matter where you are.
I like the idea of the Sun, which rules the bones, and its months, to be the spine of the year and seasons, which the moon then completes and reflects. Like either the beginning of Uttarayana, or maybe the vernal equinox, as the foundation of the beginning of the year, but it really starts, or is celebrated, when the Moon comes to join the Sun for the first time after the Winter Solstice or vernal equinox.
The Sun is the consistent and basic foundation, and the Moon is the living, pulsating flesh and tissue.
But whatever works works!
Just like the mystery of Yamakoti (Why?). And the planet Venus ruling students, the biological father, and the goddess Lakshmi. 3 completely different things that have no apparent themes in common!
Oh, I think I get it now.
It would always be the new moon that happens closest to the midpoint between the Winter Solstice and Spring equinox (but not necessarily after), wouldn't it?
That would be significant.
Ernst , could you please explain, and/or direct us to a Video about how you use this Chinese New year Chart for Mundane events? I can only guess... 🤔