At this point is is probably impossible for anyone reading to fathom even visiting another place, let alone moving there. I canceled travel plans for next weekend — and as someone with two planets in Sagittarius, including my Sun, I love to travel. My plan was to drive to Kansas City (it’s 600 miles from Denver) and go Contra Dancing (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contra_dance) with people I’ve never met. I do this in Denver on a regular basis. Needless to say, Contra Dancing was canceled (everywhere) before anything else because of how physically close people get to each other. It’s something I’m definitely going to miss, and in general I’m hoping for a complete lockdown in this country because that’s the only thing that can stop this virus.
For those of you who are looking ahead to whenever this ordeal is over, I can tell you why I would choose Kansas City. David Cochrane developed a form of Astrology called Vibrational Astrology. He did it based on about 45 years of research, including giving over 10,000 interviews in the 1970s and early 1980s. I am finishing up the 2 1/2 year program in Vibrational Astrology that he and his wife, Fei, developed. They’re actually holding a conference that would be in Gainesville but that they’ve converted to virtual several days ago. (https://www.astrosoftware.com/conference/va2020/hotel.html)
David along with an accomplished team developed Sirius III software for astrological charts and interpretations and, well, pretty much everything. It has every setting that you can possibly imagine. The most fundamental part of Vibrational Astrology is harmonics, for example one’s 5th harmonic involves magnifying the chart five times in order to discover aspects based on quintiles (a quintile is two planets 72 degrees apart, a biquintile is two planets 144 degrees apart). So two planets in quintile or biquintile pattern become conjunct in the 5th harmonic chart. (144 x 5 = 720 = 360 = 0). No doubt I’ll talk more about Vibrational Astrology in the coming weeks and months.
Sirius, like all good Astrology software packages, has Astro Maps. Sirius’s Astro Maps are probably more comprehensive than in any other software package, however, in both settings and what you can do with it. When I do consultations I rely heavily on the Astro Map’s Treasure Maps functions. This uses a set of settings to determine the best places for categories like “Love and Romance,” “Vocation and Career” and “Friendship and Family.” Friendship and Family and the “Friendship and Family, detailed” functions allow you to see what locations are ‘comfort zones,’ in other words where you would feel most at home. I know this very well because I lived in a place for 28 years that was not such a comfort zone at all!
You can see above my Friendship and Family influences are strongest right in the middle of where Kansas meets Missouri, right around Kansas City.
You can also see Love and Romance. I’m currently single, so find the idea of being in a location where my luck is a bit better encouraging. I’ve never been to Kansas City, though I’ve been to Omaha several times, and noticed that there might have been a bit more potential there, though Omaha is right on the edge of the pattern.
If you have Sirius III software, you can look at this too. I do this for clients who don’t have Sirius III.
I know it is difficult to even think about something like this right now, given that we shouldn’t be traveling and really shouldn’t even be leaving our house. But I’m not the type to let dreams die so easily, so just keep in mind if/when things get better, this is one of several methods to determine one’s best locations, for whatever you are looking for.
Please be safe out there.