Astrology And Pokemon Go

arcanineIn the gaming world, big news doesn’t normally make mainstream radar. Pokemon Go is a huge exception. Pokemon Go is an electronic game played on handheld devices, mainly mobile phones. It’s a game that uses your device’s camera to meld travel in mundane reality with catching virtual monsters as they appear on your screen. The real life element is highly engaging, but it’s the blend of fantasy and reality that holds the interest. Remind you of any astrological trends in the collective?(…)
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Introduction To Ceres In The Natal Chart

ceres“It is difficult for some people to accept that love is a choice. This seems to run counter to the generally accepted theory of romantic love which expounds that love is inborn and as such requires no more than to accept it.”
–Leo Buscaglia, Pisces Ceres conjunct the nadir sextile Taurus Venus in the 6th house

The Ceres of mythology is the the archetype of the earth mother. The asteroid Ceres represents both our nurturing needs and how we nurture others. It is how we were nurtured as children and how we nurture our own children, as well as all the others we choose to interact with. The expression of Ceres energies ranges from controlling to permissive, cold to overbearing, just as human caregivers do. Just because it’s mama energy does not necessarily mean “warm and fuzzy.”
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How To Interpret Unaspected Planets And Empty Houses

air-signs“As the builders say, the larger stones do not lie well without the lesser.”
–Plato

I used to say I don’t have any air in my chart. That’s not strictly true as I have an air sign on an angle and my third and 11th house cusps are in air signs. More specifically, I don’t have any planets in air signs. I do have planets in air houses. So I can’t really say I have “no air.”
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