Astrologer Seattle, Astrology Readings Seattle, Horoscope, Galactic Center Explanation

This diagram shows our vantage point within the Milky Way galaxy looking toward our own galactic center at a distance of around 27,000 light years.

So, what is the Galactic Center? Let’s start with where we are here on earth. We are part of a solar system that orbits around the sun. What you probably didn’t know is that our solar system is in motion. I didn’t know this until I started studying astrology. We live in the Milky Way galaxy. That is our home. The Milky Way galaxy is 100,000 light year in diameter and within it is 200+ billion stars according to NASA. Many of those stars, like our sun, may have planets orbiting around them. Therefore, there are unknown stars and solar systems orbiting around the center of the Milky Way.

Scientists are fairly certain, but it hasn’t been proven, that the middle of the of the Milky Way Galaxy is a black hole. And that must be some GIANT black hole. They are able to see objects orbiting around something in an elliptical pattern. That means that the gravity of this enormous black hole is able to make our solar system rotate around it. So, we on earth rotate around the sun, which is turn rotates around the center of the Milky Way, a large black hole. Make sense?

We refer to the large black hole as the Galactic Center at it is currently located at 27.6 degrees Sagittarius.

Mars is transiting through Sagittarius right now and 27.7 degrees just passing where we see the Galactic Center from the earth. That means that Mars just passed over where we see the Galactic Center from earth.

What does this mean? It means that the energy of Mars, the planet of action, courage, impatience, change, and fiery leadership, just combined from the energy coming from the Galactic Center.

How this affects you depends on your chart. If you would like a chart reading and we can go into this please let me know.

BUT, I’m excited to hear what you think of this concept? Did you know about it? Does the Galactic Center (GC) figure prominently in your chart. Let me know!