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June 2007 Archives

Saturday Astro Roundup

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m going to give my brain a rest today, but please visit my blog friends for other interesting reading: Melody explores the Hades Moon, along with karma and reincarnation. Elsa takes advantage of Mercury retrograde to review tales of astrological […]

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April on Saturn and the Capricorn Full Moon

posted by Lynn Hayes

April Elliott Kent has a beautiful article up about this full moon. A tidbit: This month’s Full Moon chart features Venus, goddess of money and relationships, almost exactly opposed idealistic Neptune and nearing a conjunction with Saturn. If you’ve been […]

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Full moon tomorrow!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Moon and Trees by Sherry Wacker This last week of June has a strong Saturnine focus, with the Full Moon tomorrow in Capricorn coming on the heels of the final phase of the opposition between Saturn and Neptune, and followed […]

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Ann Coulter back in the news

posted by Lynn Hayes

With Ann Coulter back in the news I thought it was a good time to repost a link to her astrological profile here. A year has gone by since I did this profile which illustrates how Coulter’s extreme Sagittarian nature […]

More on the Void of Course Moon

posted by Lynn Hayes

Few topics are as hotly disputed among astrologers as the question of whether the “void of course” moon has an effect on our daily lives. Early in my career I carefully watched for the void of course moon but found […]

Mars in Taurus – Slow and Steady

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mars snuck into Taurus on the 24th, leaving behind the brash confidence of Aries where it is most at home. In the story of the tortoise and the hare Mars in Aries is represented by the hare, who after boasting […]

Good news from Mercury Retrograde

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last year we were told that Echinacea does not prevent colds; a new report says that researchers have REviewed a dozen studies and have REvised conclusions from these studies to show that as suspected by herbalists for hundreds of years, […]

Nancy’s Blog on Darth Cheney

posted by Lynn Hayes

Nancy Waterman skewers the fourth branch of government today: As long suspected, it was always the secretive, dark shadow of the multi-tentacled Cheney standing behind the torture memos, the decimation of the Bill of Rights, the environmental deregulation, and a […]

Michael Moore: a Natural Iconoclast

posted by Lynn Hayes

Whether you love him or hate him, there’s no denying that Michael Moore is a force of nature. A look at his birth chart helps to explain why. Although Moore was born under the sign of Taurus, a sign that […]

Lake disappears in Chile

posted by Lynn Hayes

I don’t know if this falls under Saturn/Neptune (waking up from our illusions about the health of the planet) or the reclassification of Ceres which seems to be associated with a burgeoning concern for the health of the planet. But […]

The Pursuit of Happiness

posted by Lynn Hayes

Everyone wants to be happy, but happiness is a choice that we make rather than an outcome. We all think “If I could only be married, then I’ll be happy.” Or, “when I can have a child, then I’ll be […]

John Townley profiles Nicole Kidman

posted by Lynn Hayes

John’s newly redone and fabulous Matrix site has been the site of several interesting celebrity and political profiles lately. Here’s what John says about Nicole Kidman: For a light, last-degree Gemini Sun with a merry, optimistic Sagittarius Moon, there’s a […]

The individual experience of Pluto on the Galactic Center

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Urania for this lovely image. Please pay her a visit to thank her for the bandwidth! As we approach the mid-phase of Pluto’s conjunction to the Galactic Center I’ve received several emails asking about how this is likely […]

Saturn Neptune and the Release of CIA Files

posted by Lynn Hayes

As Saturn and Neptune make their final opposition next week, the CIA will release records on its illegal activities that took place from the 1950s to the early 1970s, including illegal domestic spying on journalists and other civilians, “unwitting” drug […]

Uranus and rulership

posted by Lynn Hayes

There is a lively discussion going on at Dharma’s place (Astrotabletalk) over the question of planetary rulership and especially Uranus as ruler of Aquarius. Dharma’s had a series of articles about Saturn and Uranus, the co-rulers of Aquarius and. The […]

The Magic of the Summer Solstice

posted by Lynn Hayes

This painting came from an image of a woman walking down a forest path. As she enters deeper into the forest she feels herself becoming more a part of all the life around her. Her skin takes on the colors […]

Pluto and the Galactic Center, Part II

posted by Lynn Hayes

Pluto will conjunct the Galactic Center in July for the second time as Pluto retrogrades in Sagittarius, with the final hit coming in October of this year. This event only occurs once every 248 years and appears to portend a […]

The new science: Invisibility!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Phil Brown investigates the connection between the Saturn Neptune opposition and the new “cloaking” device invented by scientists in this article he posted a few days ago: Physics has developed a “cloaking” device composed of copper rings and wires patterned […]

The Accuracy of Financial Astrology

posted by Lynn Hayes

I received an email the other day from someone asking for the five most accurate financial astrologers which I found interesting. There are several well-known financial astrologers including Henry Weingarten who runs the “Astrologers Fund,” and Ray Merriman who is […]

Moon/Venus/Saturn line up with Regulus

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo from spaceweather.com Click chart to enlarge and view animation. Venus is still about ten degrees from an exact conjunction with Saturn but the Moon will conjunct Venus today heading towars Saturn and the fixed star Regulus. I have never […]

Another great astrology blog

posted by Lynn Hayes

I don’t know how I missed Doreen Gordon’s astrology blog Key on Garden Door since she has a link to Astrodynamics, but I just found it via a link from Phil Brown’s Astrofuture blog. Despite the fact that Doreen calls […]

Sunday Poetry

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sleeping in spring oblivious of dawnEverywhere I hear birds.After the wind and rain last nightI wonder how many petals fell? – Meng Hao-jan (689-740) photo by Tony Howell

Eris is bigger than Pluto!

posted by Lynn Hayes

The new planet Eris has been found to be 27% larger than Pluto, causing some astronomers to joke about Pluto not being able to catch a break. As astrologers know, however, size doesn’t matter – despite it’s tiny size, Pluto […]

What happens when Pluto is demoted…

posted by Lynn Hayes

thanks Elsa! photo from Worth 1000.

“Codigo Astral” on Miami TV!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Finally: Real astrology on television!! Not just “design by your sign” or “exercise by your sign,” this new television show on Spanish Broadcasting System channel 22 in Miami has real-life astrologer Mauricio Puerta of Venezuela analyzing the charts of three […]

Neptune: The Quest for the Divine

posted by Lynn Hayes

We’ve talked in these pages quite a bit about Saturn over the past months as Saturn and Neptune have danced through their opposition, but it’s more difficult to discuss Neptune. Defining Neptune is a delicate task; by its very nature […]

Mercury Retrograde and the New Moon

posted by Lynn Hayes

You may have already noticed its effects: missed appointments, confusion over details, miscommunication. Telephone equipment stops working, email goes down. Websites aren’t working. We think we told someone 2:00, they are waiting for us at 1:00. When Mercury is retrograde […]

Jessica Simpson: Venus/Neptune in Action

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo printed without permission from Celebrity Gossip Jessica Simpson can’t seem to stay away from John Mayer; despite reports that they split in May, she has been photographed leaving his hotel in the middle of the night. Jessica’s chart shows […]

Aging and the Eight Gates

posted by Lynn Hayes

It’s no secret that aging gets no respect in our Western post-war culture. Over the past 50 years or so (since Pluto entered Leo) youth has been celebrated and anyone who couldn’t keep up was shunted aside. Without respect for […]

Autism and vaccine link goes to court

posted by Lynn Hayes

Again, I feel like a broken record: All Saturn/Neptune, all the time. But just as we pass through the final phase of the opposition from Saturn to Neptune, the link between childhood vaccines and autism goes to court today. Autism […]

Reality jostles the stock market

posted by Lynn Hayes

Raymond Merriman is a well-known financial astrologer (not, by the way, the gentleman in this photo) who writes this week: In the meantime, it is encouraging (and reassuring to those of us who study Financial Astrology) to see geocosmic signatures […]

Mars and the Saturn/Neptune Opposition

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Elsa for this graphic, please pay her a visit to thank her for the bandwidth!!Mars is gearing up for a trine to Saturn and sextile to Neptune over the next couple of days. For those of us who […]

Paris and Mercury Rx

posted by Lynn Hayes

A great new astrology blog called Apotelesmatics from Chris Brennan delves even more deeply into Paris’s jail problems and connects the dots to the shadow of Mercury Retrograde. This is a textbook case of Mercury retrograde. Paris was born with […]

Paris has a meltdown

posted by Lynn Hayes

Breaking News: Paris Hilton back to jail, screaming all the way. These are the headlines in the world news tonight. The media circus over Paris Hilton’s entry into jail, then out of jail, and now back into jail is the […]

A celebration of Venus in Leo

posted by Lynn Hayes

I confess that I missed the entry of Venus into joyful and expressive Leo on Wednesday! Thankfully Neith reminds us: For us Venus ruled types like Libra and Taurus, Venus moving into Leo is a noticeable event. We are now […]

Full Moons gain respect!

posted by Lynn Hayes

A police inspector in Sussex England recently discovered solid evidence for a link between criminal behavior and full moons: “I compared a graph of full moons and a graph of last year’s violent crimes and there is a trend.” Full […]

More on MUL.APIN

posted by Lynn Hayes

One thing that struck me about yesterday’s article is the name MUL.APIN, with the dot in the center of the world which is similar to the translations by Zecharia Sitchin of the Sumerian texts which tell the stories that we […]

Fathers of the Zodiac

posted by Lynn Hayes

From Nature.com:(thanks to redicecreations.com for the link!) Using modern techniques — and some rocks — a US astronomer has traced the origin of a set of ancient clay tablets to a precise date and place. The tablets show constellations thought […]

Putin and Bush on the eve of the G-8

posted by Lynn Hayes

Vladimir Putin is kind of a creepy character to me, a quality not usually associated with his Libra Sun since Libras are famously charming and people pleasers. But a look at his birthchart tells a more complete story. Putin’s four […]

More on Saturn from JM

posted by Lynn Hayes

JM at Raging Universe is a poet and artist as well as an astrologer. She was kind enough to post the links to recent articles on Saturn from Raging Universe: Saturn and Success In most cases, Saturn sets up a […]

Saturn: Both Beast and Prince

posted by Lynn Hayes

Saturn is well known as the Celestial Taskmaster, and very few of us relish the idea of being called into the principal’s office. However, there is another side of Saturn that is truly wonderful if we get to know him […]

Angelina has a Birthday

posted by Lynn Hayes

Read all about it on the National Ledger site.

Phil Brown on Saturn/Neptune

posted by Lynn Hayes

I LOVE this post from Phil today: I see him everywhere. He’s in the supermarket tabloids…the soldier’s camouflage…the politician’s dissembling…the celebrity’s alcoholic binge…and in the movies. Neptune is so much with us. We seem at times to be living in […]

Thought for the day

posted by Lynn Hayes

“If we could read the secret history of our enemies we should find in each man’s life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.” –Henry Wadsworth Longfellow “Deer Woman” by Kimberly Will

George Bush Turns on a Dime

posted by Lynn Hayes

What has gotten into our prezident? After six years of denying the global warming problem and passing bill after bill to decimate environmental protections, all of a sudden George W Bush has decided to create a new global framework for […]

June Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

June begins on the heels of a powerful Full Moon with a strong Jupiter influence that is helping to counteract the potential for bitterness of the opposition between Saturn’s need for a structured reality versus Neptune’s need for mystery and […]

Link Fiesta!

posted by Lynn Hayes

After getting my laptop back with a shiny new hard drive and reloading software until 2 am, Skywatch for June is late and I am behind on everything. Please visit some of my friends today for your astrological fix: Susan […]

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Leo Full Moon, February 7 2012
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