The episode begins with the “scorpionic” Jupiter, then ascends the “cosmic” Neptune, which is also called the “planet of the sun.”
It then ascents Saturn, the “spark of life,” then Uranus, the planet of death, then Pluto, the moon of death.
It then descends to the “solar system,” the solar system’s “first planet.”
“The sky has changed,” Astrological Daily’s Andrew Stirling said on Monday.
“The planet Jupiter has become the planet that all planets are.”
The podcast has gained a loyal following among astrology enthusiasts for its unabashedly optimistic take on the solar, planetary, and other astronomical aspects of life on Earth.
“What you are seeing is the true manifestation of our true nature as the creator of life, which can only be explained by the love that we have for all living things,” Stirling says.
“I want you to see yourself as a planet, as an Earthly planet.
You are the creator, and the world is your creation.”
Astrological Weekly recently featured the podcast in its monthly newsletter, The Cosmic Connection.
It also has a new episode, which features Astrology Virgo, an astrology podcast that focuses on the relationship between the human body and the stars.
“You can feel the warmth, the power, the vitality, and you can feel how the planets in our solar system are aligned with each other and the Sun,” Stirlings’ wife, Astrologue Virgo told Business Insider.
“It’s a lot to look at.”
Stirling said he has not yet been able to speak with his wife about the podcast, but he is hopeful that the astrologue podcast will find its way to her home.
“My wife is the person who made the show and she is the one who keeps telling me to keep it going,” Stirths said.