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 severe storms and seismic disturbances I had predicted would accompany the March 29 SuperMoon solar eclipse lasted into April, right through the 5th as predicted. (Although a typographical error in my April online forecast called for this geocosmic stress window to last only through the 4th, the online and hard copy editions of my 2006 World Forecast Highlights correctly specified the 5th rather than the 4th. Mea culpa.) One of the deadliest examples in the severe storm category was the system that battered eight US Midwestern states with hailstorms, high winds and tornadoes on the 2nd, killing more than two dozen people. Halfway around the world that day, a 5.4-magnitude earthquake rocked western Indonesia. At the same time in Africa, Tanzania's long-dormant Oldonyo le Ngai volcano began erupting for the first time in over twenty years. It was still sending huge plumes of smoke and ash into the air two days later, when a dozen people in northern Pakistan were injured as a Richter 5.2 quake toppled houses that had been damaged by last year's Kashmir monster quake. On the following day (April 5), a 5.7-Richter quake shook western Greece.