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Some of this is taken from my earlier article on Reese. One thing that struck me (I wrote this originally for the National Ledger site) is yet another marriage that ends in seven years. Some of you will remember this […]

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Graphic from Mythinglinks.org Halloween truly is a pagan practice, recognizing that this so-called holiday is actually rooted in the old Celtic festival of Samhain. Although Halloween is commonly celebrated on October 31, the festival of Samhain is a cross-quarter holiday […]

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Art by Leif LeithIn ancient times, humans were more intimately connected to the tides of nature and consequently felt more subject to the whim of fate than we do today. The ancient Greeks viewed Fate as three sisters that made […]

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Michael J Fox is a well-loved actor who has been acting since he was fifteen and since then has become one of the most recognizable faces in American and international television. Diagnosed with Parkinsons disease at age 30, he did […]

photo by Rainer Holzm courtesy of Corbis THOU art the sky and thou art the nest as well.0 thou beautiful, there in the nest it is thy love that encloses the soul with colours and sounds and odours.There comes the […]

Mercury turned retrograde early this morning, turning our attention inward for increased self-awareness. Added to the heavy Scorpio influence, this is a very good time for introspection and writing, for psychotherapy and psychodrama, and for going back and re-doing anything […]

There will be a transit of Mercury across the Sun November 8, just in time for the US elections. This is a different event than a simple conjunction of Mercury and the Sun; it is more like an eclipse where […]

We’ve had a rough time astrologically over the past year, which may account for the explosion in new astrology blogs. We get a brief respite in 2007 (except for the opposition of Saturn to Neptune), and then the countdown starts […]

I am the first one to admit that astrology cannot predict the future, but that doesn’t keep me from trying. I was not the only one to look at the astrological signatures and predict financial doom in September and October […]

Barbara Palliser digs into Wuthering Heights to find the archetypal theme of this heavily Scorpionic time: “And I pray one prayer – I repeat it till my tongue stiffens – Catherine Earnshaw, may you not rest as long as I […]

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