When two human beings, human souls make a connection, they share codes with each other. They spark and ignite each other to discover and uncover new things.
Same thing happens with sky objects, celestial bodies. When they are near to each other in the sky, there is a way they code share. I found there is an astronomical term for this "code exchange", when two bodies are near each other - but not quite at conjunction, which is an exact technical alignment- it is called an APPULSE.
We have many sky celestial appulse moments happing this year!
I am in the process of updating them on the Inner Space website now.
May will be posted soon. Lots of exciting code exchanges afoot!
"An appulse is when two or more astronomical objects – usually the planets or the Moon – appear close to one another in the sky." - In The Sky
Definition of appulse
1 : a driving or running toward something (such as a place) : act of striking against something (such as a point)
2 : the apparent very near approach of one celestial body to another : a coming into conjunction
other words for appluse (from thersaurus.com)
bang, bump. bounce, contact, encounter, meeting, pound, knock, jolt, wallop, smashup, rock, stoke, strike, quake, kick, shake, hit
"Since the Moon moves relatively quickly across the sky, making a complete circuit through the constellations every month, most appulses occur when the Moon passes another body. These tend to recur on a monthly basis, as the Moon passes the same planets at a similar point in its cycle of phases each month." - In The Sky