Today is Super Bowl Sunday. From where I’m sitting, it seems the NFL championship has been taking a back seat to other battles of late. In my post called Happy 2017!, I mentioned a few bits of information I would like to revisit. At that time, Mercury was still retrograde. In the fourth paragraph, I… Continue reading Astrology Update: February 2017
Tag: Jupiter retrograde
You know how, in Sci-Fi movies, there’s often that super bright scientist who’s on the brink of a scientific breakthrough? His theory is advanced, but not exactly safe. He’s eager to share his findings, but must test on a human to prove his results. Since it is not appropriate to risk another person’s life, he… Continue reading Royal Flush
Remembering Good Times
Apparent retrograde motion is caused by one of two very similar astronomical occurrences. Mercury and Venus appear to go backward when they overtake the earth. Their orbits are smaller and their speed faster than the earth, thus they pass us by periodically. They are closest to the earth at those times. With the outer planets,… Continue reading Remembering Good Times
Looking at the following chart, it’s pretty easy to imagine a tennis match. The court is drawn by the colored lines. Teammates are connected in blue. We have Uranus and Jupiter on the left, Pluto and Saturn on the right. Pluto and Uranus are the rivals. They have been, and will continue to battle it… Continue reading Tennis Anyone?