Asia - Monday's Sun/Moon/Mercury/Jupiter conjunction in the sign of Cancer kick starts the annual Holy Month with a classic Muslim Sisterhood-kinda aspect not seen since AD 579 when sexist revisionists ousted the Great Goddess Al-Lat, the preeminent, pre-Islamic Arabian deity of yore.
The aspect is bolstered by the karma planet Saturn's return to direct motion and sweetened by Lesser Benefic Venus' magnificent alliance with the Great Awakener Uranus, currently transiting the fire sign of Aries.
So how will Al-Lat's predicted return from the oblivion alter the set-up in her dysfunctional realm?
Archivists at the her former shrine in Taif, Saudi Arabia - whose destruction was personally ordered by the Prophet in AD 630 - claim the Goddess is yet another emanation of the great, ancient She-God Isis, mother of creation and destroyer of male-god humbug.
As such she abhors the centuries of shackles imposed on women by patriarchal nutz peddling an obscure - albeit wildly successful - Old Testament whopper of God the Father calling all humanity's shots.
First casualties in Al Lat's triumphal homecoming are likely to be geographical fault lines that straddle patriarchal religions' greatest shrines.
A number of elderly superstition pundits - eg, popes, grand patriarchs and the, em, head of the Church of England - could all be toppled under Monday's awesome new moon.
And it's equally bad news for Egypt's ailing Muslim Bruvverhood, already in retreat following a major military coup.
Commenting on the imminent four-plant lunation someone who once trimmed Mohammed Morsi's mustache on alternate Thursdays said 'WTF?' when asked about all this stuff.
Catch the Cancer New Moon with a powerful telescope around 2.14 EDT.