Hysterectomy for a Large Ovarian Cyst Case with Prolapsed Uterus
- a Medical Astrology Analysis
woman is almost 79 years old and had prolapsed uterus since 2002.
A hysterectomy was suggested, but she refused. In spring 2004, at
a routine examination, her gynecologist discovered a large, 7 cm in
diameter, tumour on the left ovary. Now she wanted a hysterectomy,
but the doctors did not want to operate in the summer and told her
to come in September 2004. Finally, the operation was scheduled for
October 13th, 2004, and that was the day the hysterectomy took place.
It was total abdominal hysterectomy, the cut was horizontal and 5
inches long. The operation went remarkably well, considering it took
3 hours and 50 minutes.
She was on homeopathic therapy both before and after the operation,
also on Bach Flower Remedies and was also given Reiki. In recovery,
she used homeopathic remedies and Su Jok in the form of the seed therapy.
Let us have a look at the natal chart:
Saturn in Scorpio is a target -- Jupiter square Saturn may be a tumour
in the genital area, while the square from Neptune makes the tumour
invisible. Mars square Saturn in Scorpio -- a possible operations
on sex organs.
Moon denotes the uterus and ovaries. The Moon in this chart is quite
weak, in Capricorn, the sign of its detriment. Opposition to Pluto
is a serious predisposition for gynecological illnesses such as
cancer or tumours of uterus or ovaries. It is on the 8th degree,
which also brings the nature of Scorpio to this Moon.
comes to pass if it is not in the natal chart. In this chart, there
are lots of possibilites for gynecological illnesses, and yet it
took 78 years for them to actually take place. This is so because
of the rule of three: the hard aspects or positions manifest themselves
as problems or illnesses only if they are seen in three or more
different charts simultaneously. The usual procedure is to examine
the transits for timing, the progressed chart for prolongued trends,
and the solar return chart to pinpoint the year in which all this
can happen. In the rest of this example we shall do exactly that.
The heavens never stop in motion. The natal chart is a picture of
cosmos as seen from the place of birth on Earth. The very next millisecond
after you were born, gives a similar but different chart. As above,
so bellow -- the planetary movements never cease. The planets move
and thanks to astronomy, we know exactly where they will be in the
future. That is what transits are -- planetary positions for any given
day. We can compare the natal chart with the transits and delineate
how the new positions will influence the natal chart. Here are the
transits on the 13th October 2004:
Note the square of transiting Mars on 10 Libra to the natal Moon on
are the transits on 13th August 2003:
This date is chosen so that the transiting Saturn on 8 Cancer is
in exact opposition with the Moon on 8 Capricorn. Saturn rules the
Moon in the natal chart, so this transit is a trial period for the
Moon, i.e. sex organs.
need more transits, but I'll give you just the dates:
October 2003 Saturn on 13 Cancer
this date, Saturn started to return to the beginning of Cancer.
March 2004 Saturn on 6 Cancer
stops going back and starts direct motion once again.
April 2004 Saturn on 8 Cancer
is third and last time Saturn is in exact opposition to the natal
whole transit began on 13th August 2003 and ended on 24th April
of 2004, more than 9 months in a row. It is exactly in this period
that this woman got cystadenom on the left ovary, the final size
of which was 8 cm in diameter!
Aspects -- the Flow of Energy in the Chart
In any given chart, you will see lines in the middle of the circle,
connecting two planets. They differ by colors: blue opposition red
square green trine blue sextile violet inconjunction
is another important aspect, conjunction, when two or more planets
are practically at the same position on the circle and there is
no particular line for that. Just by looking at the chart you see
the two planets are together.
the line is stronger in color and texture, the aspect is stronger
and the reverse is true: the dotted and pale colors and lines denote
are the inner and psychic life of each individual and his or her
chart, but we are not going into that here. We just want to conclude
from the chart when an illness might start and when it can end.
In that way we shall know what steps to undertake -- whether the
healing is sufficient, whether complications are to be expected
and so on. We conclude such things by looking at the chart, watching
the transits and the times they hit the hardest.
case you were wondering how I knew to look for transits of Saturn,
instead of any other planet, the answer is in the blue line between
the transiting Saturn and natal Moon. If you looked at the transits
for all those dates, you saw the strong and continual blue line
between them. Opposition, square and inconjunction are hard aspects,
i.e. they cause action in the material world and in such a way that
something unwanted happens. In the context of our topic, they denote
illness, or a strong possibility of an illness.
If the moment of birth is so significant for the whole life of the
individual, maybe the next day, the day after the next and so on are
significant as well? This is the idea behind a progressed chart. It
is a chart in which one day after birth represents one year of life.
The first day is for the first year, the thirtieth day is for the
thirtieth year and so on. Here is the progressed chart for 13th October
There are many evil aspects is this chart:
the Moon is almost exactly on Saturn -- a conjunction,
the Moon and Saturn are squared by Neptune and Mercury (strong red
line) as well as by Jupiter (weak red line),
the Moon and Saturn are inconjunct Mars.
is why the operation was held exactly on this date -- her state
was so unbearable that she just could not get along with her tumour
spite of old age, she survived gracefully, since the Moon and Saturn
have trines (the best aspects) to Sun and Pluto. Also note that
the Moon and Saturn are in Scorpio, the sign which rules the genitals.
The trine to Pluto was extremely helpful here (Pluto rules Scorpio),
a kind of a guarantee that everything should end fine.
Here is the solar return chart for 2004:
The Solar Return Chart
From the natal chart:
1) The Moon is without power. It rules Cancer
but is in the opposite sign. Prolongued hard aspects to this Moon
will bring problems.
Moon on 8 Capricorn -- this degree is analogous to the eight sign,
Scorpio (the genitals).
Moon on 8 Capricorn and Pluto on 12 Cancer -- Moon opposition Pluto.
This may mean problems with sex organs.
Saturn opposes the natal Moon from June 2003 up to 24th April of
2004. Saturn rules the Moon through Capricorn but now opposes it
for nine months. This is a long and unusual transit, Saturn usually
passes a point on the circle for a couple of days, weeks at most.
Such a long transit is a sure sign of some damage being done to
the natal Moon, i.e. to the woman's genitals.
the solar return chart for 2004 5) Mars square Moon -- a surgical
operation during this year.
Venus square Moon -- congestion of blood, tumours.
Pluto square Moon -- wild tissues, cancer, irregular growth.
Mars opposition Pluto -- irreversible events, operation, cutting
and taking out.
the progressed chart
Moon exact conjunction Saturn -- tumours, growths.
The same conjunction in Scorpio -- the genitals.
Moon conjunct Saturn trine to the Sun and Pluto -- excellent aspects
When the Moon passes the exact conjunction with Saturn in the progressed
chart -- the urgency for the operation will be gone. We conclude
that the operation must be held before the full aspect, which happens
on 14th of October 2004.
Conclusion of this case
hysterectomy, not later than 14 October 2004. The operation will
pass well. The transit of Saturn pulled the trigger, but when it
passed on, the real danger also passed on. In this case, hysterectomy
seems to have solved the problem, but in effect served only to clean
up the mess. When the transiting Saturn passes the progressed Sun
on 26 Cancer (end of June 2005), life will generally be easier for
this woman. Meanwhile, Saturn on progressed Sun is a possibility
of problems with heart and the eventual congestion of the arteries
that lead to the heart.
here to see a general description of prolapsed uterus (uterine prolapse),
the explanation how to find them in the natal chart and a list of
homeopathic remedies that might be of help
There really is no substitute for medical astrology. It has a unique
advantage of determining the timing and the phase of illness. Without
it, there is no way of telling whether the illness has just started,
is in the middle or is near the end. The chart is also a source of
inspiration for various energy healing methods that the Success Energy
Healing System consists of. From the chart we are able to read which
flower remedies to use and for how long, which homeopathic remedies
to use and for how long and so on.
disease is a strong karmic statement that you are not living your
life as you should. The natal chart is the blueprint for your entire
incarnation: you are healthy as long as there is a free flow of
energy throughout the entire or almost the entire chart. If the
energy stagnates in one part of the chart, the surplus energy will
manifest itself on the corresponding part of the body. Usually,
this will be the part ruled by the sign or signs in the stagnant
parts of the chart. To counteract that, we use various substitutes
-- a similar energy but in another form. (This idea is from homeopathy,
in which you use a remedy that produces symptoms similar to the
easiest way to gain advantage over the illness is to calm emotions.
They drain our energy resources. This is especially important in
the states that lead to hysterectomy. The Moon is uterus and ovaries
on the physical level, but on psychological level, she is emotion,
memory, recollection, ancestry... Calm the emotions and you will
lay foundation for all other healing methods to work properly. The
best remedies for emotions are flower remedies in general, and the
Bach Flower Remedies in particular.
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