Astrology predicts months to come
The astrology forecast for 2018 will look very different than the forecasts of the past.
The new predictions for the month of September 2018 will be more optimistic than the predictions of the month prior, according to astrologers.
The astrologer at the helm of the prediction project, Daniel A. Alon, told Al Jazeera that the new forecasts will have the best chance to be correct, since the planets are aligned in the sky with their phases.
“A month like September 2018 could be the first month in the new calendar that the planets have not been aligned in their positions, and thus a month in which the solar system has not formed,” Alon said.
Astrologers say that this means that a month like Sept. 12 could have been predicted by the Greeks in the 5th century BC, when they predicted the solar eclipse that occurred on the same day.
“It is true that this is the first time that the solar eclipses have not happened in the same order,” Alman told Aljazeera.
“I would like to suggest that this has a positive and positive effect on the predictions.”
In the new forecast, a solar eclipse will occur on Sept. 10, 2020, and the planets will move away from the sun, making the eclipse appear much more massive and dangerous.
According to Alon’s forecast, the planets move to the right and the sun will become a red dwarf star.
In the new month, the eclipse will happen on Sept 12, 2019.
This will mean that the moon will be visible during the eclipse, which will last until Sept. 21, 2019, according the astrologist.
The planet Mars will also be in a position to pass in front of the sun in the next month.
This would make the moon a good target for astronomers and it would be the only time that Mars would be in the line of sight of the earth, according Alon.
Mars will be at its closest to the sun at 1:55 p.m. local time (0555 GMT), making the moon appear very close to the edge of the eclipse.
The planets will also move to opposite sides of the solar disk.
This will make it difficult for the planets to be seen during the solar coronation.
Astronomers have also forecast that the month will be full of clouds and rain.
Almon said that it is possible for a storm to form on Sept 21, but it is unlikely that it will be an atmospheric event.
Alon said that there will be plenty of sunshine for the months of September, October and November.
The month of November will also bring rain and clouds.
This means that astronomers will not have to worry about clouds on Sept 22, 2022, when the solar conjunction takes place.
Alman said that the eclipse is unlikely to be visible to the naked eye during the night of Sept. 22.
This is because the planets’ orbits have changed.
The eclipse will not be visible on Sept 23, 2021, when Venus will be crossing in front and merging with Jupiter.