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2024 Calendar (PDF ONLY)

PLEASE NOTE: This listing is for a PDF / Digital copy ONLY. 


Timing is Everything


The 2024 Calendar reflects actual and real-time transits taking place overhead. What does this mean? You can go outside, look up, and observe them without / and with the aid of a telescope as ancient star watchers did. 


This calendar reflects the dates of:


- The Seasons - both for the Northern and Southern Hemisphere. These are universally defined by the astronomical Solstice and Equinox dates. 

- The astronomical cross-quarter dates (the halfway point of each season).

- The start, middle, and end of the four seasons. 

- The Full and New Moons and Solar and Lunar Eclipses.

- The transits that the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto make through the 13 constellations in the ecliptic (these constellations are defined by which the Sun travels through annually).

- The actual size of the 13 constellations is presented. 


Mainstream / Popular Astrology is not what you think...


It may be surprising to learn that mainstream/popular Astrology is a man-made system. It is NOT reflecting the cosmos overhead, nor does it follow the journey that the visible Sun, Moon, and Planets take through the constellations overhead, ever. It is a beloved system that is intentionally and entirely out of sync with the celestial bodies and stars. 

The good news is that you can start looking up to the cosmos and observing it yourself. This calendar provides the dates. There are a few astronomical apps that can assist you in going outside on these dates and visually witnessing them. I recommend the free app SkySafari 6, which is great for laptops and mobile phones. The Living Wheel Astrology Cards can also be used to visually depict the entire night sky on your desk. As the celestial bodies move above, you will also move the cards below. 



    Dates are in EST and based on the traditional International Astronomical Union (IAU) boundry lines for the 13 constellations that the Sun travels through of the Ecliptic. 

2024 Calendar (PDF ONLY)

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