When the market is being fuddy-duddy and boring, it’s a fantastic opportunity to continue learning. For me, lately, I have been focusing on identifying some key astrological identifiers for Bitcoin. There is almost nothing available for this branch of market analysis regarding Bitcoin. Sure, there are horoscopes for each market and stock out there, but there is very little specifics based on Financial Astrology.

“Financial Astrology is mathematical psychology based on astronomy…” – Henry Weingarner, Investing by the Stars: Using Astrology in Financial Markets

This post is going to be expansive, long and full of charts. And like yesterday, I am using Optuma by Market Analyst instead of Tradingview. Yesterday’s post focused on showing how syndonical lines of two planets plotted on a price chart creates static areas of support and resistance. Today’s session is going to be over some past behavior related to aspects. And then, at the end, we get to see a zone of them on top of one another… right in front of us.

4618btc1Those lines you see whirling and twirling all across the screen do mean something. I know. It looks like a toddler got ahold of a Crayola crayons box and just went to town like a coloring placemat at IHOP. Those pretty lines are the longitudinal moves of individual planets. Red is Mars. Blue is Venus. Pink is Mercury. Yellow is Saturn. Orange is Jupiter. Gray is Uranus and Green is Neptune. Just in case you wanted to know.


Planetary Aspects sound kind of like something in between a freaky cult and using chicken bones to divine the future. They’re not. Planetary Aspects in Financial Astrology is just a fancy way of saying, ‘This planet is 30 degrees from another planet’. That’s it. Aspects are the positions of planets at a particular angle to Earth (Geocentric), the Sun (Heliocentric) or Sidereal (I can’t even start to explain it). Aspects show up all the time. However, some instruments (forex, stocks, cryptos, futures, etc) are sensitive to certain Aspects. And often times you will see the same Aspects show up during important turns in those instruments. Cryptocurrencies are difficult for this type of analysis because they are so new. There is not much past information to go off of.

But I’ve spent some time looking and I want to share what I’ve come up with so far. All of these Aspects are based on Mars. For whatever reason (and that’s for another post), Bitcoin is super sensitive to Mars.

Aspect: Mars Conjunct Uranus

The images below are of Bitcoin on Weekly charts. The vertical brown/rust colored bars are when the aspect is.


4618btcmarsnep14618btcmarsun14618btcmarsuran2Those charts above were all of the Mars Conjunct Uranus from the earliest data available.


Aspect: Mars Conjunct Neptune

On these charts, I want you to notice not only the location of the Aspect BUT ALSO THE LEVEL OF THE OSCILLATOR BELOW. Didn’t mean to shout. Just wanted your attention.



Aspect: Mars Conjunct Saturn

Same thing with the above charts: observe the price action, especially when the Composite Index is low/high and the aspect shows up.



Aspect: Mars Opposition Neptune


Aspect: Mars Trine Venus



Aspect: Mars Trine Neptune



Aspect: Mars Sextile Jupiter


What does this all mean?

If you haven’t figured it out already, we can see that when a major planetary aspect shows up and the oscillator is in an extreme, we have a good bias for a move and change in the trend. But what does that mean for the future? Can we see what happens next? Sure. On the weekly chart, we are overdone on the Composite Index. We are in a bear move and basing on the daily charts. We have completed all the time cycles I was discussing for the past month (see my prior posts).


Right in front of us, we have an atomic bomb of Mar Aspects: Major conjunctions with Jupiter, Pluto, Saturn and Neptune all show up near a swing low in price action and a swing low in the Composite Index. Violent and extreme moves should be expected.