We are in a Vesta Retrograde- affecting mother earth's vibrational field, which will ultimately seep down into our auric fields. Vesta is an asteroid- and just like planets- asteroids go into retrograde.
Vesta was discovered on March 29 1807, by astronomer Heinrich Wilhelm AlbersRoman- and is named after the virgin goddess of home and hearth in Roman mythology. About twice the size of California, Vesta is the second-largest object in the asteroid belt after the dwarf planet Ceres. Astrologically dwarf planets are becoming far more interesting to modern-day astronomers as they start to see how these dwarf planets and asteroids affect the earth and those who reside on it.
The asteroid Vesta was named after one of the three vestal virgins, Saturn's daughters. These daughters were in charge of keeping the sacred fires burning that protected the city from strife. In this way, all women's feminine energy was empowered- as it was all women who kept the sacred flow.