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Talk about watery… did you read that headline? Saturday night the Moon washes over the south node and into sextile with Juno in Capricorn. Then Sunday morning it meets the Pisces Sun for a new moon eclipse conjunction. Are you married to your old life? Make way for the dream of something new – or awaken from an old dream to find a new perspective. (…)
Read the rest of Weekend Love Forecast – New Moon Eclipse in Pisces on Neptune (563 words)
I met a meth head in the middle of the road yesterday. I was not expecting this!
I was heading into town to pick up a runner (rug) from a lady, and to do my grocery shopping. I turned left at the blinking light that makes the crossroads of two highways. There she was.(…)
Read the rest of Meth Head In The Middle Of The Road (412 words)
“The most common form of despair is not being who you are” – Soren Kierkegaard
With the flurry of astrological information circulating the internet, making the distinction between what is valuable, helpful and potentially injurious can be a labor intensive process. If you’re wide-eyed, bushy tailed and have just discovered Astrology it can be particularly off putting to read a random article on a website which says you’re destined to live your life in dire straits or emotional bondage because of a placement or aspect in your birth chart.
In fact, based on the feedback I receive on a regular basis, the manner in which Astrology as a whole is characterized and presented can significantly impact the cosmological lens through which we process information.
Astrology which is inclined to shock or create a fearful emotional response can leave a person …
Is It Fair to Compare Trump to Hitler?
by Jude Cowell
Having just read History Today’s thoughtful article To Think Is to Compare: Walther Rathenau, Trump and Hitler and considering the comparisons made here on SO’W concerning the Astrology of both men whose rises to power contain curious correlations, it occurred to me (for some unknown reason) to progress the natal chart of Adolf Hitler to…
The New Moon Annular Solar Eclipse (try saying that three times) is on Sunday (or early Monday for UK/Europe etc). Annular means there will be a ring of fire around the edges. An eclipse is a symbol for bringing new energy in, while at the same time asking letting go of something.
My last post listed the key elements involved. Here is some info re accessing that info in your own chart. Tomorrow I will be back to wrap it all up with some insights into the deeper meaning.
There is always a lot of hype around these things. Although eclipses are not rare events, there is definitely something sacred and awe inspiring about them. There are usually two sets of eclipses each year, and some rare years have three. The sets are generally in two opposite signs (the North …
We’re deep in the Balsamic Phase of the Moon preceding Sunday’s New Moon Solar Eclipse in Pisces, and today the Aquarius Moon makes one aspect all day – a sextile to sweet Venus in Aries this morning. We can breathe freely now and clear our minds ahead of the New Moon. The quiet sky will allow us to focus on the wrapping up the week with the minimum of fuss and bother. ☾♒
This is the last full day Mercury will be in Aquarius because tomorrow it will drop into intuitive Pisces without a ripple. We’ve become used to a sky dominated by fire and air but that’s beginning to change. Fire and air make for a lively, direct exchange of ideas and being assertive is considered a plus. Once the Pisces waters rise even more, we’ll need to …
Heaventree of Stars
Some seven years ago, searching for artwork related to astrology I came across this print by English pop artist Richard Hamilton. Its title is from a quotation from James Joyce’s Ulysses:
“The heaventree of stars hung with humid nightblue fruit.”
Richard Hamilton was dubbed “Father of Pop Art”. It was he who coined a name for the genre in fact; he influenced many artists…
I had a client ask me an interesting question. She wanted to know who pinned who down in my marriage.
She’s observed herself and others, going around in what she called a “love circle”. Two people have an attraction, but when they get too close and their freedom is threatened, they bolt or act crazy…to get their space?(…)
Read the rest of Going Around In Circles In Love (37 words)
With no more provocative aspects to annoy her, the void-of-course Capricorn Moon returns to her usual pragmatic self early this morning. It will be late morning when the Moon reaches airy Aquarius, who is even more cool, calm and collected emotionally than the Capricorn Moon. Even better, the Aquarius Moon will travel unaspected until first thing tomorrow morning. This should give those of us who got caught up in yesterday’s drama a nice time out to start making sense of it all. That’s not to say there won’t be plenty of action on the collective level, or for those folks with personal planets and/or Ascendant from 18° to 22° in the cardinal signs because there are more sparks coming from Mars in Aries until Monday of next week. Work involving group efforts should go better today and tomorrow though working …
President Trump this week named Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser, replacing Michael Flynn.
A look at the natal chart of the new national security adviser, with a little information as to how this gentleman is seen by another who knows him well – and how the Lt.General’s chart links to the president’s own.
From a piece at pri.org
by Christopher Woolf:
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