Astrology

Moon-Mars Rise

This evening, we're in for a visual treat. The full moon will rise flanking Mars. As the following diagram shows, look ESE around sunset. If skies are clear, you'll easily spot them. Last night, I was able to see Mars glowing brightly about ten degrees below the waxing gibbous (nearly full) moon. The above diagram… Continue reading Moon-Mars Rise

Astrology, Channeled Message, Dream Interpretation

Ever Expanding

Tomorrow evening just past 5:30 CDT, Mercury ends his backward motion. Those of you who have been holding your breath can inhale deeply once again. 🙂 Remember when I said that Mercury Retrograde was helping Saturn backtrack into Scorpio? Well here is more evidence: the chart below, which is based on the moment Mercury stations,… Continue reading Ever Expanding

Astrology

Breaking Out

My parents live in New England and they often say, “If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute.” Texas winters are very much like that too. Yesterday, the low was 26. Today, the high is supposed to be 79. I equate Astrology to the weather and if you don’t like the way things have… Continue reading Breaking Out

Astrology

Mercury in 2013: The Whole Story

Back in February, I mapped out the relationship between the 2013 Mercury retrograde periods and the movements of Saturn. In two days, Mercury’s last retrograde of 2013 will come to an end when he stations direct. Of course, it will take until 11/27/13 for Mercury to finish his last sweep over previously trodden territory before… Continue reading Mercury in 2013: The Whole Story

Astrology

A Question of Identity

As you may know, Mercury stations direct on Sunday, March 17, 2013 at 3:04 CDT. This occurs at 5 degrees 38 arc-minutes Pisces. As a result of the activity surrounding me, I realized something today. This Mercury station makes nearly an exact square to my natal sun (at 5 degrees 24 arc-minutes Gemini). Within the… Continue reading A Question of Identity

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A Grand Slosh

Many years ago, I went water skiing for the first and only time. A friend had invited me for a weekend trip. If I remember correctly, we hit the lake three times that weekend: Saturday late morning, once more before dark, and then Sunday before the long drive home. The most memorable of the three… Continue reading A Grand Slosh