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September 2007 Archives

“Marcel Marceau and the Sounds of Silence”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Check out Phil Brown’s post on the life of the gifted mime Marcel Marceaux who died last week. Phil points out that Astrotheme‘s chart shows Gemini rising, although I am always a bit suspect of their birthtimes which are unattributed. […]

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Mars enters Cancer

posted by Lynn Hayes

Fiery Mars entered the watery sign of Cancer today. Cancer is the sign of tribe affiliation; in Cancer we protect those that we love and those whom we consider members of our clan as well as our family. In Cancer […]

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From the advice column: Where is this relationship going?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Q: My boyfriend and I have been together for 2 years and a half. We were supposed to move together at his place in June, but we had to call it off. My boyfriend’s mother went crazy about it, planting […]

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Burma’s Astrological History

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo from BBC News Burma is a country where the art of astrology is a respected tool in national affairs, and the date and time of the founding of Burma took into consideration the astrological influences at the time. A […]

The Britney meltdown continues

posted by Lynn Hayes

The National Ledger has my latest update on the Britney Spears saga. This is what happens when you combine the Sagittarian blind optimism with an Aquarian Moon and throw in a square of Chiron to that Moon in the natal […]

Aries Full Moon tomorrow!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Over the past week Mercury has been harmonizing with both Pluto and Mars, facilitating resolution of the anger and breakdowns that erupted with the Sun/Pluto/Mars T-square a week ago. Mercury is the messenger and its presence now in the release […]

Astrology Fund in the News

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m taking a few days off so the advice column will be delayed until later in the week, but meanwhile take a look at this coverage of Henry Weingarten’s Astrology Fund on the financial website TheStreet.com: For instance, earlier this […]

Sunday Poetry from Owl’s Daughter

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Beth for this beautiful poem. The End of Summerby Peter J. Gorham Turn and take the summer with you to its fall.Take away its outlook and its need–the message of the sun at hilltop–and hand it to the […]

Autumnal Equinox 2007

posted by Lynn Hayes

The equinoxes are magical points in time when the day and night are of equal lengths. These are times of balance and correspond roughly to the ascendant/descendant axis in the birthchart. The spring equinox (in the tropical system) takes place […]

Elsa P tells it like it is!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I love this woman.

Day of At-one-ment

posted by Lynn Hayes

Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish year; the day when God seals the fate of his people for the coming year. It is a day of confession that follows ten days of self-examination and repentance beginning at […]

Alan Greenspan and astrology

posted by Lynn Hayes

I watched Alan Greenspan’s interview with Jon Stewart this morning. If you really want to know how fragile our financial system is, watch the video here. The interesting thing from an astrological viewpoint was Greenspan’s admitting that the financial markets […]

Mars/Pluto in the news

posted by Lynn Hayes

The combination of Mars in Gemini, the sign of communication, opposed to Pluto in Sagittarius denotes an escalation of verbal confrontation, threats of war and the concept of speaking truth to power. Rather than seeing outright war in the news, […]

Stages in relationships and TV review

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ve been watching the new HBO show “Tell Me You Love Me” which is a dream for anyone interested in analyzing relationships. The show details the intimate emotions and sexuality of three young couples in various stages of marriage and […]

Hemlines and the stock market

posted by Lynn Hayes

Evidently the fashion industry has declared that hemlines will go lower this year, causing many to speculate about the anecdotal link between hemline length and the stock market. For the past few fashion seasons hemlines have been high and the […]

Mars and Pluto – Dying to be understood

posted by Lynn Hayes

JM, as always, has an interesting take on the current Mars/Pluto opposition: Anybody getting into verbal quarrels deeper than ususal these days? Mars in Gemini (communication) will be spending the whole week closing in on the opposition to Pluto (death) […]

From the advice column: Neptune problems

posted by Lynn Hayes

A client writes with some vivid imagery: I’m very, very tired… the past 45 days have been killer for me, and though I know “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger,” I wish I hadn’t gotten all of […]

Geek needed!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I am seeking a professional geek to help me on a paid and ongoing basis with various website stuff like repairing the signup form on my website, helping with both Blogger and WordPress, that sort of thing. Please email me […]

Chris Brennan on Richard Dawkins

posted by Lynn Hayes

Chris is one of the smartest astrologers around, and he has a great breakdown of four of Dawkins’ arguments against astrology. Here’s just the fourth, but it presents an excellent discussion of the argument between the tropical zodiac (0 degrees […]

The 2007 Mars/Pluto opposition cycle

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mars is moving through the last degrees of Gemini and approaching an opposition to Pluto which will be exact on September 21, just in time for the Autumn Equinox on September 23 when the Sun enters Libra. Many believe that […]

Doom and gloom for autumn 2007

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Elsa as always for finding this interesting article from Theodore White, a traditional astrologer, about upcoming fall events. As many of you know, I have a strong dislike for the consideration of certain planetary events or placements as […]

Great astrology, with jokes

posted by Lynn Hayes

Elsa and Neith have both posted on Matthew the Astrologer’s blog which I just found today. It is really hilarious! Here’s his take on astrological excuses for bad behavior during the excuse the eclipse: ARIES: “Nothing was happening, so I […]

Who is Fred Thompson?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Fred Thompson announced his bid for the presidential election last week just in time for the eclipse. You wouldn’t think an eclipse would be the best time to begin an endeavor like running for President, but Fred Thompson wouldn’t care […]

Some say why, others say why not?

posted by Lynn Hayes

A new scientific study reveals that political orientation is related to differences in the way different brains process information. Participants were college students whose politics ranged from “very liberal” to “very conservative.” Scientists instructed them to tap a keyboard when […]

September 11 – An Iconic Day

posted by Lynn Hayes

art by Pepe Piedra Today is the sixth anniversary of the attacks of September 11, the day the world changed. George Bush says “Everything changed after September 11,” and he is of course absolutely correct, and is mirrored by the […]

A time for service and healing

posted by Lynn Hayes

Pluto and Venus both turned direct last week (Pluto on the 7th and Venus on the 8th) and we will begin to feel the energies of our life moving forward for the first time since Pluto turned retrograde back in […]

There is a crack…that’s how the light gets in

posted by Lynn Hayes

ANTHEM by Leonard Cohena song for the end of Saturn in Leoand the new eclipse cycle The birds they sangat the break of dayStart againI heard them sayDon’t dwell on whathas passed awayor what is yet to be. Ah the […]

CEO personal lives and stock prices

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ve said many times that there are too many variables in the financial world to be able to accurately use astrology to predict the rise and fall of stock prices, and now a Danish study reports on links between major […]

Teen suicide rates are up

posted by Lynn Hayes

WASHINGTON, Sept. 6, 2007-Following a decline of more than 28 percent, the suicide rate for 10- to-24-year-olds increased by 8 percent, the largest single-year rise in 15 years, according to a report released today in the Centers for Disease Control […]

William Shakespeare and the “Grand Mutation”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Phil Brown went to see Hamlet last week and offers up an astrological review. This is a very interesting take on the subject so take a look. Phil writes on a phenomena called the “Grand Mutation”: Shakespeare wrote Hamlet under […]

“Anger is the Guard Dog of Denial”

posted by Lynn Hayes

This comes from Donna Cunningham via Top Ten Sources (thank you Elsa!!): Nothing makes us madder than some darned fool telling us the truth! If we grew up in dysfunctional families, in order to survive our upbringing, we learned to […]

The Next 30 Years

posted by Lynn Hayes

This is part III of the series on the US Progressed Sun. Catch up with Part I here and Part II here. The Sun of the US astrological chart (Geeky astrological note: I use the Sibley chart with Sagittarius on […]

Part II: The US Progressed Sun in Aquarius

posted by Lynn Hayes

Catch up on Part I here. The US progressed Sun left Capricorn for Aquarius in April of 1975. The Capricorn period in the US witnessed a huge post-war building boom and rise of social and economic status for many Americans, […]

The Progressed Sun in the US Chart

posted by Lynn Hayes

Part I: 1945-1975 The progressed chart shows the evolution of the individual – although the natal chart, or birthchart, remains the same the progressed chart describes life changes that occur as we age and grow. The progressed Sun changes signs […]

“Everything is Waking Up”

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Age of Aquarius is upon us. Please watch this message of positive inspiration: a film by the collective, for the collective. A very Aquarian idea!

More on ascendant conflicts

posted by Lynn Hayes

A few days ago I pondered the fate of Owen Wilson as it relates to his possible ascendant, and the conflicts that we often encounter between our persona as represented by the ascendant with the rest of our birthchart.Martha Beck […]

Bush’s Reign WIthout his Brain

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sorry – I couldn’t help myself! The Brain, of course, refers to the recent departure of Karl Rove who is commonly known as Bush’s Brain. Nancy Sommers (Waterman) writes a biting commentary on the next few months of Bush’s Reign: […]

“Astrologers differ on the fate of Musharraf”

posted by Lynn Hayes

From Andhra News comes this report: An Indian astrologer thinks that Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf might emerge from his recent troubles, while a British astrologer has predicted that the next two months are the most inauspicious for the General. Washington, […]

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Sunday inspiration: Trusting the future
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Neptune in Pisces and the question of reality
Neptune just slipped back into Pisces where it will remain until 2025.  Neptune's role in the astrological pantheon is to cause us to question where the physical world ends and a more transcendent reality begins.  It therefore rules our spiritual experience, but it can also be confusing and induce

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Leo Full Moon, February 7 2012
art by Dave Archer. The Moon will be full in Leo on February 7th at 4:54 pm Est/9:54 pm GMT.  The Full Moon is the peak of the lunar cycle - it's a time when our goals and aspirations reach fulfillment as we prepare for the waning cycle during which we are generally asked to let go of something tha

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Sunday inspiration: The Great Nest of Being
"Whenever we moderns pause for a moment, and enter the silence, and listen very carefully, the glimmer of our deepest nature begins to shine forth, and we are introduced to the mysteries of the deep, the call of the within, the infinite radiance of a splendor that time and space forgot - we are intr

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