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).
First and foremost, I must apologize for my tardiness in making these results pages available. The last quarter is always a busy time for me, which leaves precious little room in an already jam-up schedule for any extras. Forecast results are definitely extras, since you can do them yourself, if you just keep up with the news of the day and compare it to my forecasts. I get enough emails and phone calls from clients letting me know that the forecasts are hitting the mark to realize that many of you are getting the picture without my having to sketch it out. That said, so far I have managed to find time only for a brief mention of the forecast results from late November . . .
I mentioned that the November 24 SuperMoon shaped up to be "the prime indicator of severe storm potential and seismic disturbances this month," and that it would make its mark between the 18th and the 27th. Moreover, while pointing out that planetary alignments are of their nature global in scope down here on our home planet, there nonetheless were a number of target zones for this particular alignment, including "Indonesia (and) the Middle East". And so it should come as no suprise that a magnitude 5.1 quake struck Iran on the 22nd; the same day that a 6.7 magitude temblor rocked Papua New Guinea and a 6.0 quake struck off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island, near Aceh. On the 24th, a 5.7 magnitude quake struck Chile, while a 6.2 quake hit off the coast of Sumatra again that same day. All of these major earthquakes struck within just a few days of the November SuperMoon, clearly.
I pointed out another "significant storm and seismic risk window that runs from the 4th through 14th," which just happened to include the massive 7.7 magnitude earthquake that struck northern Chile on the 14th, just a day after the Moon's south declination extreme on the 13th.