Last night around midnight CDT, the First Quarter Moon passed through a very significant part of the Zodiac, simultaneously aspecting EIGHT planets and points forming a Grand Mutable Cross (the red square) and a Mystical Rectangle of Water and Earth (the blue rectangle). The only planet in a fixed sign is Uranus! Have a look:… Continue reading Oh What a Night!
The eclipse season is upon us and this time there are three! Last summer, it was all U.S. They even called that total solar eclipse "The Great American Eclipse." And it was fantastic. It was magical. It was life changing. This year, the main event is a lunar eclipse. The Full Moon in Aquarius on… Continue reading Sights and Shadows
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
Mark Twain once said: “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” Having lived there for ten years, I know where he’s coming from. And now I live in Austin, Texas, where one might say: “The most pleasant summer I’ve ever spent was a winter in Austin, Texas.” Yesterday, the high… Continue reading Hold My Beer
Today is 12.21.2010. (Or if you prefer: 21.12.2010. As an engineer – I’ve always thought 2010.12.21 made the most sense because then our date would count up the way our number system does.) Anyway, no matter how you look at it, numerologically today is: 3.3.3 / 9 A friend of mine had a birthday on… Continue reading 333 / 9