Starting Election day, the three inner planets (not counting Earth) will change signs, one after the next. Given the order of the transitions, none will occupy the same sign at the same time. Mars will leave Capricorn before Venus enters, and Venus will leave Sagittarius before Mercury enters. This is akin to three individuals who… Continue reading Astrological Transitions are Afoot
Libra, as symbolized by the scales, is generally associated with balance. In fact, in French, the sign is called Balance. And, as we know, Libra starts at the autumnal equinox: when day and night are roughly equal in length. In my opinion, Libra is more about balancing. Libra is Cardinal Air, and is active. We… Continue reading Libra New Moon
The four planets that are easiest to see in the sky are Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn. In the past month, Venus swept past Jupiter visible in the morning sky, and Mars crept past Saturn viewable in the evening sky. Right now, I am staying with friends in Southern California in a beautiful house with… Continue reading Go Long!
Do you remember, as kids, making houses out of cards? It was fun to see how elaborate a structure you could build before the whole deck crumbled in on itself. It took a steady hand and some nifty tricks to construct a four-story house of cards. For a minute or two, I want to bring… Continue reading Mists of Avalon
Taking up space, needing space Making space, creating space Holding space, sacred space Space is the final frontier; it is the ultimate phase of manifestation. There is no stronger way to witness a thought or an idea than to walk through it as experience. The Perfection of the Universe, in a sense, is the delicate… Continue reading Space: The Final Frontier
Retrograde periods take us back. It is simply human nature that resists. When you consider the motions in the universe, you find them to be circular and cyclical, not linear. In my youth, and in my adulthood, if I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times, "Do it right the first time." But… Continue reading 11, 11, 11, 11
As the final hours of 2012 pass, many of you will continue to review the events of the past 12 months. You’ll think about those things you accomplished, and those things that are yet to be experienced. As you look back, you will also look forward. Often, we measure accomplishment via Mars or Saturn. We… Continue reading Penultimate Day of 2012