If you were expecting some kind of sun sign nonsense, forget about it. This is real astrology for the real world. If it's real astrology for yourself that you want, you can get it by phone or in print. And if you need help deciphering the astrological glyphs in the graphics accompanying this article, see Astroglyphs: Astrological Symbols Guide. Please note: this forecast is expressed in terms of Universal Time (UT).
"The full moon on the first and south lunar declination extreme on the 2nd point to a heightened potential for strong storms with heavy precipitation and damaging winds, as well as a surge in moderate to severe seismic activity (Richter 5+ quakes, volcanic eruptions, etc.) carrying over from late May to June 4." That's how I wrote it in my forecast, and that's how it played out in the real world. The Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1, the day of the first full moon in June and also the day that tropical storm Barry whirled to life. The storm crossed Florida the next day, dropping more than a half-foot of rain across parts of the drought-stricken state. While Barry was deluging the Sunshine State, a tornado ripped through eastern Iowa and flattened dozens of homes in three communities there. And then there were the earthquakes that struck the Philippines and China on the 3rd. The first was magnitude 5.1, and was felt over a large area but caused no injuries or damage. The magnitude 6.4 Chinese quake, on the other hand, killed several people, injured hundreds, and shook many houses down to rubble. More than 100,000 people had to be evacuated, and much infrastructure was damaged or destroyed, including power and water lines as well as roads.