In yesterday’s post (Venus and Mars; Dogs and Cats), I discussed the Venus-Mars conjunction. A conjunction occurs when two (or more) planets appear next to each other in the sky from our vantage. They needn’t be anywhere near each other in reality. For example, Venus is still quite close to earth. She just overtook us… Continue reading Virgo Pisces Opposition
The above photo, published on spaceweather.com this morning (click on the picture to jump there), depicts the Mercury, Venus, Jupiter conjunction in Gemini as seen last night. If you look at the title bar for this blog at the top of this page, you will notice that the Fool is staring at this exact configuration.… Continue reading A Special Configuration
Conjunction Junction, what's your function? Hooking up words and phrases and clauses. Yesterday, for the middle of the week, I highlighted the red (hmm, that was fitting). All things considered, it was a good day. However, this morning I did wake with another back spasm. Now that I think about it, muscle spasms are exactly… Continue reading Conjunction Junction
Astrology is all about angles. Whether reading charts or conjuring up horoscopes, an Astrologer cannot escape angles, numbers, geometry, and math. Thankfully, some things are easier to see than others. The most obvious and conspicuous aspects are conjunctions. That's because the planets in question pass right by each other. Since a chart is an approximation,… Continue reading Ships Passing in the Night
Hello star gazers, Today's post is my latest video blog. Check it out here: And share it with your friends if you enjoyed it...
Dear star gazing friends, I would like to conduct an experiment. Would you like to join me? Allow me some background. Y’all know the story of King Midas and his magic touch. Everything he held turned to gold. You also know the tales of Cupid, and how when his magic arrow pierces your butt, you… Continue reading A Flash of Insight
Hi Everyone! Last night was another amazing evening for star gazing. I heard from friends on the West Coast that it was raining last night. I therefore decided to do a video blog for today illustrating the dance between Venus and Jupiter this year from February through June. It's not perfect. I'm still learning the… Continue reading Jupiter Venus Dance