The Trappist-1 Planets And Astrology
How can we put the Trappist-1 Planets And Astrology together?
In February 2017, scientists discovered a new planetary system, just 12 parsecs away from our Solar System. That’s 39 light years. It is called Trappist-1. This has nothing to do with monks, although i can see monastery planets becoming a thing. Trappist is the acronym for a pair of genius-tech telescopes. They are in the desert of Chile and the mountains of Morocco.
Seven Gaia-sized planets orbit Trappist-1, a Jupiter-sized “cool” star. Any of them could technically be habitable. They have water and they have hydrogen. The planets are ‘tidally locked’. That is, one side of each planet is permanently night and the other day. They are in the astronomical constellation of Aquarius but astrologically, it’s Pisces. Fifteen degrees of Pisces, to be exact. Near where Neptune is at the moment. Input Trappist-1 to the extended chart options of Astrodienst, for a good time.
What’s weird about Trappist-1? Nobody really knew it was there. It was like a shadow galaxy in Pisces. And they only found out about it because of the reflections of the planets bouncing off the main Trappist-1 Star. I love this as it is how Pisces people often operate. They’ll have whole shadow galaxies of the psyche, with inland oceans of permanent night or a forever day. They are occasionally glimpsed but rarely mapped.
So far, the seven planets of the Trappist-1 star have no names. They are just called b, c, d and so on. Their orbit is unique, with even scientists describing it as harmonic or cosmic resonance. They appear to be co-operating. This surreal shadow galaxy affirms the strength and magic in our multiverse. Fifteen degrees of Pisces has rarely looked so rad. Thoughts?
Image: Lana Del Rey
Bottom Image: Trappist-1