Monday, January 23, 2012
Timing of Surgery and Astrology
TIMING OF SURGERY- GENERAL RULES TO PONDER
Do not schedule a surgery (except a life-death one) under a Mercury retrograde, 7 days before and after, the ‘shadow’ period, is just as problematical and behaves like a true retrograde, should be avoided. It becomes combusted also very near to sun.
TRANSITING MARS: Retrograde
15 days before and after the actual retrograde behaves like the real one. Mars rules our red blood cells, our muscles, and our vitality and our energy reserves. When retrograde, and if surgery must occur, it will not be successful. If you do surgery during a Mars retrograde, recovery/recuperation time will be LONGER than normal and bleeding is more so you need blood transfusion.
NEW MOON OR FULL MOON?
At a FULL MOON, the blood tidal flow is at its peak, and a person who must have surgery during this time will experience far broader bruising, swelling (this means taking more pain meds), and serious possible hemorrhaging at the surgery site.
So to suggest- to schedule 5 days before or after a NEW MOON for best results. Never schedule a surgery, if possible, five days before or after an eclipse.
AVOIDING SURGERY WHEN THE TRANSIT OF THE MOON IS IN THAT ZODIAC SIGN RULING THAT ORGAN OR SYSTEM OF YOUR BODY-
For example, if you must go in for heart by-pass surgery, we do not want to schedule this surgery for the transit of the Moon that day in Leo...because Leo rules the heart and cardiovascular system.If possible, to avoid using the transiting Moon in a sign opposite of that body part that is going to be operated on, THAT IS 7TH ASPECT.
FIXED, CARDINAL AND MUTABLE SIGNS-
Mutable signs are ultimately flexible and the most creative of the Quadruplicity, and one wants the surgeon to be just in that frame of mind when she/he is poking for the root cause of all your problems.
Transiting of the Moon in a fixed sign of Taurus, Leo, Scorpio or Aquarius, this ensures - First, that the surgeon is going to go in and do the surgery on the organ agreed upon. Secondly, the surgeon’s hands are at their steadiest in a fixed sign. You also want to try for a fixed transiting Moon when the surgery is known.
If you can’t use a Moon in a fixed sign for whatever reasons, then opt for a cardinal sign, next. The hands aren’t quite as steady, but guaranteed, your surgeon will be FAST. You will come out of surgery sooner than expected under a cardinal Moon.