Solunar-Precessional Cross Activations
1980 – 2022


A Solunar - Precessional Cross Activation occurs when a New Moon conjoins any one of the four Precessional Cross nodes. This occurs when a New Moon coincides with an equinox or a solstice.

Solstice New Moons occur on the galactic nodes only when an erect Precessional Cross occurs in Earth’s 25,200-year precessional cycle. This happens now, circa 2000 AD, and it occurred about 12,000 years ago. The solstices drift from the galactic nodes at a rate of about 1° / 72 years--the rate of Earth's precession. This deviation (~0° 16' 40" / 20 years) is ignored in the chart below.

Solunar - Precessional Cross Activations 1980 – 2022
Orb ± 0° to 1° (within one day)
Orb ± 1° to 2° (within one to two days)

Date (GMT) Gate of God
GEN 5° Sag
VP 5° Pisces Gate of Man
Anti-GEN 5° Gem
Anti VP 5° Vir
         
1982-06-21     - 0° 14'  
         
1984-12-22 + 0° 49'      
1985-03-21   + 0° 49'    
         
1987-09-23       - 0° 26'
1987-12-20 - 1° 41'      
         
1990-06-22     + 1° 05'  
         
1993-06-20     - 1° 15'  
         
1995-09-24       + 1° 10'
1995-12-22 - 0° 16'      
1996-03-19   - 0° 53'    
         
2001-06-21     + 0° 10'  
         
2003-12-22 + 1° 07'      
2004-03-20   + 0° 39'    
         
2006-09-22       - 0° 40'
2006-12-20 - 1° 28'      
2007-03-19   - 1° 53'    
         
2009-06-21     + 1° 30'  
         
2012-06-19     - 1° 17'  
         
2014-09-22       + 1° 07'
2014-12-21 + 0° 06'      
2015-03-20   - 0° 33'    
         
2020-06-21     + 0° 21'  
         
2022-12-23 + 1° 32'      
2023-03-21   + 0° 49'