Astronomers consider that when a body becomes so massive for its size that not even light escapes from the powerful gravitational pull it exerts, it is called a black hole. It is thought that Black holes occur whenever a star exceeds 3 times the mass of the Sun, it collapses after fusion has stopped.
Kryon tells us that black holes come in pairs, one is huge and the other tiny by comparison and located quite close, they balance the energy in the galaxies.
Astrologically black holes depict areas of susceptibility to dramatic and intense, sometimes violent and usually unsuspected shifts in our reality. They also show points of energy influx, or energy drain. In finance they show “Giving away”, “taken away” and losses.
There are many black holes, but the largest and most notable is Cygnus x-1 at 13 degrees Aquarius on the ecliptic.
i.e When Mercury was 14 degrees Libra rising at the time of 9/11 it was aligned with a black hole. Mercury was considered the “action” symbol in the chart at that time.