Year of the Archer

Jupiter takes about twelve years to travel the full Zodiac. This means it spends about one year in each sign. If we wanted, we could create a Jovian Calendar based on this. With Jupiter just entering the sign of Sagittarius on November 8, 2018, we could call this the start of the Year of the … More Year of the Archer

The Churning Seas

The planets don’t move much in a day, but today’s chart looks very different than yesterday’s. [I didn’t catch the moon exactly opposite Uranus as shown in the chart below, but I was only a few minutes off.] Notice that the Libra moon now forms a warped Grand Cross with Venus, Pluto, and Uranus. The … More The Churning Seas

Springboard

Today is May 17th. (Happy Birthday, Mom!) We also happen to have four planets in four different signs each at 17 degrees. As a result, the four planets aspect each other and form an interesting visual. Consider the following chart: In addition to the four planets at 17 degrees, I added Saturn at 19 Scorpio, … More Springboard

Chemistry

Through chemistry, we learn that the molecules in a liquid and gas bump up against each other. When heat is added, the movement increases, and so does the frequency of contact. In human life, it works the same. Cram a lot of bodies into a room, and chances are you won’t be able to stretch … More Chemistry

A Buzz of Emotion

We are now inside of the Grand Cross as of about two hours ago. Without intending to, I happened to sit for a quick meditation right at that time. Instantly, I fell deep into the abyss. After I pulled myself back to Earth, and as a result of a strong connection with a neighbor’s dog, … More A Buzz of Emotion

A Sensual Counterpoint

The headline for today is a Full Moon lunar eclipse…and for all month it is the Grand Cardinal Cross. [See Lunar Eclipse:  (Re)Balancing Thoughts and Feelings.] But we do have other aspects worth mentioning. In Astrology, adjacent signs are most contrasting. Signs that lie 180 degrees across from each other seem to be complete opposites, … More A Sensual Counterpoint