Astrology

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… Continue reading Solstice Alignments

Alignment, Experience, Law of Attraction

Feeling Alignment

Alignment, if you haven't noticed, is my new favorite subject of focus. The thing is, the pursuit of alignment can be confusing. What exactly is it? How best can one get there? You may find yourselves asking, "Am I there yet? What about now?" Alignment is experiential. It is akin to an orgasm; if you're… Continue reading Feeling Alignment

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, Thoughts and Opinions

Us versus Them

Today is 11/22. By some measures, it is the most interesting day of the year. For one, it is a double master number. For two, it is the transition from the most internally intense sign to the most externally expansive sign. In one view, it is when we get flipped inside out. It is where… Continue reading Us versus Them

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‚Äôs 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, Tarot & Numerology

Murky Waters

October is such an interesting month. The first days can feel very much like lingering summer. Back in the old days, when I lived in New England, mid-October was decidedly autumn with leaves changing colors and falling to the ground. And in recent years, late October has looked an awful lot like mid-winter in some… Continue reading Murky Waters