Cyclones, hurricanes, and typhoons are storms called by different names in different areas of the world. A cyclone is the general term for circular winds with torrential rains. In the Atlantic Ocean, they are called hurricanes, while in the Indian Ocean, they are called cyclones, and in the Pacific Ocean, they are called typhoons.
Whether it is Hagupit (then currently devastating the Philippines), Hudhud, Vongfong, Nilofer, Phailin, etc., these storms cause heavy damage to life and property, wherever they occur. The Indian Ocean is a hot-bed of cyclonic activity. Of the 35 deadliest storms in the recorded history, 27 have come through the Bay of Bengal, and landed in either India or Bangladesh.
Recently, there has been a spate of such harsh natural influences, but Hagupit is being called as a very dangerous system. It made a landfall in the same areas, which had battled Haiyan typhoon last year, and are still struggling to come out of Haiyan's damage.
As per the meteorological experts, Hagupit may have weakened in its intensity, yet it is still likely to cause extensive flooding, thunderstorms and damage. Now, being called as a tropical cyclone, Hagupit has already killed 24 people, has impacted over 30 million people and is surging and barreling through Philippines.
Environment and Weather Analysis :
Vedic Astrology can read into the planetary configurations to analyse the causes behind natural disasters. Using the same system, certain natural systems, climatic/ weather changes and environmental impact can be gauged. Here, Ganesha reads into the planetary picture to reveal what may be awaiting us.
Astrological Observations :
The harsh and slow planet Saturn signifies the Air element. And, Saturn is currently transiting through a Watery Sign, Scorpio. Plus, Scorpio is ruled by Mars, which is an unfriendly planet for Saturn.
Moreover, Saturn's enemy planet, Sun that contains the excessive Fire element is
transiting through the same Sign – Scorpio.
This planetary combination seems pretty crucial, and this shall apply for the next 10 to 12 days. During this time, any middle level to a high intensity natural calamity is likely to take place, cautions Ganesha.
As Jupiter is also turning retrograde in a Watery Sign, the exact place or location for a natural calamity cannot be identified. However, the most probable areas would be near the seas, great rivers or navigable waters.
Plus, the transiting Sun and Mercury will travel through Scorpio during 22nd December 2014 to 21st January 2015. During this period, the locations in and around UK, Europe and sea belts of America are likely to experience thunderstorms and torrential rains.
Ganesha also notes that the transiting Mercury will become retrograde from 22nd January 2015, which too may manifest in sudden changes in the climatic conditions, specifically till 10th February 2015. The probable locations for this would be around Australia, Chile, Hungary, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa and Spain.
Ganesha wishes well for the world and humanity.
With Ganesha's Grace
The GaneshaSpeaks Team