Twin Charts: Sagittarius Full Moon, Gemini New Moon

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Bob Dylan from the Blonde on Blonde era. Photo: Rolling Stone.

Dear Friend and Listener:

In tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM, I welcome the Sun to Gemini (it arrives Friday, May 20), and read the charts for the forthcoming Sagittarius Full Moon and the Gemini New Moon. You can see those charts here.

I give a visual version of this presentation in the current Planet Waves TV.

Eric Francis, host of Planet Waves FM.

As part of that welcome, our music today is provided by the quintessential Gemini himself, Bob Dylan, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of his masterpieces, Blonde on Blonde.

In the astrology portion at the top of the show, I describe the relationship between a slow-moving pattern in the background — Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune in a T-square pattern — and then overlay the Full Moon chart, which adds many other points.

All of these planets are in the mutable signs Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius and Pisces. The message is hang loose and give yourself permission to change your mind when you get new information, or have a new idea.

In the second segment, I read a reader letter from Susanne Vincent, who is responding to last week’s edition of Planet Waves.

In the third segment of the program, I read the chart for May 16, 1966 — the day that Blonde on Blonde and Pet Sounds by the Beach Boys came out, and the day that the “Cultural Revolution” in China began. This was not the friendly kind of culture party we had in the U.S. but rather the beginning of a holocaust of artists, intellectuals and dissidents.

In the last segment, I read the lyrics and talk about the title of Dylan’s “Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again.”

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With love,

Planet Waves

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