The key feature of the weekend is Sunday morning’s early new moon conjunction in Leo. The Moon rolls over the Sun and then Mars. This is all ruled by the Sun. I hear lots of opinions about Leo matters, about … Read More…
For basic info on this series of articles, please see the Jupiter profile of Donald Trump.
In the Realms of Jupiter Part 3: Steve Bannon
Born on November 27, 1953 with an Airy Jupiter @23Gem33, Mr. Bannon has had varied careers within Geminian areas such as stock trading, editing, promotion, and publishing. As you know, Mercury-ruled Gemini is a mental sign of communication and has allowed
July 18, 2017: From now until two weeks prior to The Great American Eclipse of August 21, 2017 we remain under (fading) auspices of the February 10th Lunar and February 26 Solar Eclipses of 2017. You recall that the Lunar Eclipse fell @22Leo (the ‘worst foot forward’ degree, or sometimes, the ‘open mouth insert foot’ significator). For one such as myself (underwhelmed so far by the indiscreet
We have lots of close-in action turning this week. Two weeks ago we had hard knocks. Last week we had a creative streak. This week the action is buzzing with movement, understanding, and dynamic breakthrough. The Sun and Mars move … Read More…
Mr. Trump’s associate and former 2016 campaign manager and, for years, partaker at the Russian and Ukrainian troughs Paul Manafort was decidedly born on April 1, 1949 when the Tropical Sun was in Mars-ruled Aries, the ram, and the Moon floated through Venus-ruled Taurus, sign of the bull for the entire 24-hour period. This reliably provides a Sun Aries-Moon Taurus personality blend to consider
This weekend has layers. It’s only complicated if you’re trying to pin it down and explain it to someone. It’s got smooth edges, and intense, inner workings. Whatever it takes to get in the “flow”, that’s what you need to … Read More…
Portrait of Wenceslaus Hollar by Jan Meyssens
Wenceslaus Hollar, (1607-1677) Bohemian etcher whose works are a rich source of information about the 17th century. His work is still much appreciated by connoisseurs. He illustrated a number of books and produced the celebrated Views of London after the Great Fire of 1666. Some 3,000 plates are credited to him. He died in extreme poverty.