Astrology

Saturn in Aquarius

This morning, the moon made an exact conjunction with Saturn, which I caught a picture of: A number of words or phrases one might associate with Saturn are: responsibility, restriction, onus, work, structure, father, boss, and task-master. My favorite ways to think of Saturn are: manifestation and making real. Real is subjective...as is reality. I… Continue reading Saturn in Aquarius

Astrology

7 Planets in Pisces

Early this morning CST (just before we switched to Daylight Saving) the moon entered the sign of Pisces. Thus began two full days with SEVEN planets floating in the sea. In fitting with the vibe, a formidable thunderstorm and downpour rolled through Austin. When I looked at the radar, the band of red started here… Continue reading 7 Planets in Pisces

Astrology

Rock, Paper, Scissors

Sometimes, Astrology feels like a game of Rock, Paper Scissors - or maybe Spades. The gods gather in twos, threes, or more, sit around a table, and have at it. Take for example what’s up right now. Neptune is sitting at 1 degree Pisces - the suite (sign) he rules. He is certainly holding trump… Continue reading Rock, Paper, Scissors

Astrology, Poetic Wisdom

A Fish out of Water

Let’s say you could have a telepathic conversation with a fish. What might that be like? You: Hey fish! How’s the water today? Fish: Water? What water? You: The water you’re swimming in. Fish: I’m not swimming in water. You’re the one that’s swimming - in that ether stuff. You: Don’t be silly fish. I… Continue reading A Fish out of Water

Astrology

Is it Time to Soar?

Since it's Mother's Day, let's take this approach. If you are in labor right now, and give birth to a baby boy or girl around midnight CDT, then your child will have a very intriguing birth chart. Tonight, among other things, we will see a kite form in the sky to within one degree of… Continue reading Is it Time to Soar?

Astrology

Ships Passing in the Night

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