’Solar Apex’ is the direction that the Sun travels with respect to the local field of stars. This point can be found in the constellation Hercules, near the bright star Vega (α Lyrae). Its (projected) ecliptic position is now at 2 ♑ 22 within the tropical frame of reference (its progess is circa 8’ per decade), and at 7 ♐ 24 within the sidereal one (ayanamsha: Fagan-Bradley). This ’sensitive point’ is remarkable mostly in the context of the mundane astrology, relating to the (hyper)cosmic creative forces shaping our world. View Solar Apex and how the traveling Sun is ’dragging’ the planets following a spiral-like pattern.