Finger of God

In Astrology, there is a three-point planetary arrangement or alignment called a Finger of God. It is also called a Yod. Yesterday’s 11/11/11 11:11:11 chart features one of these: [If we add in the South Node, our configuration becomes a Kite-Yod or Yod-Kite.] Clearly, this is an isosceles triangle, which highlights one point over the … More Finger of God

Threshold of Clarity

Years ago, I created an eight-card spread for Tarot readings that I have used for myself and clients ever since. Actually, I should call it an eight-position spread, since I often pull multiple cards for a position. I call it the Guided Solution Spread. [I’ll post it on my site sometime soon.] Position 7, the … More Threshold of Clarity

Reflection

The Law of Attraction, in Abraham and Esther’s words, says “That which is like unto itself is drawn.” That means every person I meet is reflecting some aspect of me back to me. We share a (pattern of) thought, or an emotion, or a vibration, or a desire. It then occurred to me today that … More Reflection

Solstice Alignments

In my previous post, I wrote about the Astrology brewing for the summer: the big stuff (as in the background vibrations created by the Gas Giants) and the poignant stuff (the eclipses). This post is about things closer to home (the inner planets) and closer to now (Solstice and the next few days). Today is … More Solstice Alignments

Virgo Full Moon

As an Intuitive Astrologer, I spend a fair amount of time doing psychic research. To give you an idea of what this is like, imagine you are sitting in a room that is completely dark. Someone then places an object in your hand. You feel the weight of it and consider what it is. You … More Virgo Full Moon

Holding Back the Sea

Once each year, the Earth passes directly between the two most gravitational bodies in our solar system: the sun and Jupiter. This happens today just past high noon Central Standard Time. Given the time of the occurrence, the opposition between these massive bodies occurs along the vertical axis of the chart. In my opinion, the … More Holding Back the Sea