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January 1970 Archives

The Jaycee Lee Dugard case

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes When word of Jaycee’s release first surfaced on Friday I of course took an immediate look at her birthchart.  You would expect that someone who was kidnapped and forced to be a sex slave for 18 years […]

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No radio show today! And news of Chiron from the Expo

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sorry, there will be no Astrological Musings Radio show today because I’m at the Body, Mind Spirit Expo in Raleigh this weekend.  Rich and I do these two shows a year where we showcase beautiful crystals and mineral specimens and […]

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Fear and the upcoming Cardinal Cross

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes You’ll be hearing a lot more about this planetary event over the next few months and years.  Ray Merriman is calling the event the “Cardinal Climax,” and astrologer Gary Caton in this recent article in The Mountain […]

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RIP Ted Kennedy

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Ted Kennedy died last night of brain cancer at the age of 77.  He was a controversial figure in many ways, but there is no denying that he was a tireless champion for the rights of those […]

Conspiracy Corner: More swine flu hysteria

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes In early August the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology met in Washington DC to discuss the science that will constitute President Obama’s science agenda over the next few months.  At the time, chairman John […]

Mars and Pluto prepare for battle

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Mars will enter Cancer this afternoon (Eastern time), at which time it will be exactly opposite Pluto in the sky.  An opposition is a stressful aspect of 180 degrees in which the two planets are polar opposites, […]

Jayson Blair reinvents himself: An inspiring tale of the Wounded Healer

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Jayson Blair, the New York Times journalist who was forced to resign in 2003 when it was discovered that he had plagiarized and simply made up some of his stories, is back in the news having reinvented […]

Astrological Musings Radio, Sunday morning 10 EDT

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Sun has just entered Virgo today so we’ll be talking about this mysterious and complicated sign.  We also have Mars moving into Cancer on Wednesday where it will form a stressful aspect to Pluto.  Mars/Pluto times can be difficult […]

Astrology in my world: Saturn in action

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes A few weeks ago I went to Dulcimer Week at the Swannanoa Gathering, which is a series of music workshops held at a wonderful little college outside of Asheville.  I’ve been taking hammered dulcimer lessons for about […]

New Moon in Leo today!

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes The New Moon occurs in late Leo, and in opposition to the Triple Conjunction of Jupiter, Chiron and Neptune.  New Moons occur when the Sun conjoins the Moon and begins a brand new lunar cycle.  These are […]

We need real healthcare reform, not just more insurance

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes I’m going to classify this under both Saturn (making the hard choices) in Virgo (dealing with day to day life in a body such as health, diet and routines), as well as Pluto (transformation) in Capricorn (the […]

Columnist Bob Novak has died

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Robert Novak, the self-proclaimed “Prince of Darkness,” died today at the age of 78.  Novak called himself the “stirrer-up of strife” and is most famous for having outed CIA agent Valerie Plame in a kerfuffle that led […]

Listen to my take on Saturn/Uranus and the upcoming “Cardinal Climax”

posted by Lynn Hayes

I spoke about this on the radio show August 9th and since I’m working on a big writing project I thought I’d post the link so you can take a listen if you didn’t hear it already.  At some point […]

Where art and astrology combine

posted by Lynn Hayes

A collaboration of abstract paintings by Denver artist Tracy Weil and “horoscope-inspired poems” by writer Drew Myron is on display in Colorado at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.  The exhibit, called “Forecast,” will also feature astrology readings although the […]

White House email: Mars/Mercury in action

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes It was only Friday that I wrote:  Mercury is the planet that rules over communication, the transmission of information and the operation of small machinery, and for the next week or so it will be under stress, […]

Astrological Musings Radio, Sunday morning 10 EDT

posted by Lynn Hayes

Join me this morning at 10 am Eastern (or listen afterwards to the archived edition) as we discuss the effect that Mars and Mercury will have on the Saturn/Uranus opposition this week.  I’ll also talk a bit about the astrology […]

Michael Vick wants a second chance

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Here is a repost of the profile I did on Vick last November.  Vick was just signed by the Philadelphia Eagles thanks to Coach Andy Reid’s compassion for Vick’s situation.  Andy Reid’s own sons were jailed on […]

A challenging planetary week ahead

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Mercury is the planet that rules over communication, the transmission of information and the operation of small machinery, and for the next week or so it will be under stress, potentially causing disruptions in the way we […]

Pluto in Capricorn and the new age of Aquarius

posted by Lynn Hayes

Here is a beautiful little movie that examines the reality of world change, the destruction of life as we know it, and the potential that we have to create real transformation. “What if the world embodied our highest potential? What […]

Lake shorelines seen on Mars

posted by Lynn Hayes

Increasing the evidence that Mars once held life: Now, sub-meter-scale images from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter show clear, unambiguous evidence of shorelines of a lake more than 450 meters (1,476 feet) deep that formed about 3.4 billion years ago.  The study […]

Abundance and the Second House

posted by Lynn Hayes

The latest issue of Innerchange Magazine has my article “Self-Esteem and Prosperity: An Astrological Point of View.”   Here’s the link to the online version of the magazine; my article is on page 18 (page 20 of the PDF). 

Paula Abdul and the fall of American Idol

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes I confess that I am not an Idol watcher, but I HAVE been watching Paula Abdul over the past year and wondering what was up with her.  Last November an accused stalker committed suicide in front of […]

Perseid meteor shower at its peak!

posted by Lynn Hayes

The annual summer show of falling stars will peak tomorrow afternoon when it will be invisible, so tonight might be our best opportunity to catch the show.    The meteor shower will be somewhat difficult to see when it peaks […]

Astronomers at IAU ignore Pluto once again

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes The International Astronomers’ Union met again this week and some star-watchers hoped that Pluto would be under consideration to regain planetary status.  Alas, it was not to be: Neither the pro-Pluto nor the anti-Pluto adherents have any […]

Self-righteousness, ignorance and illusion in health care reform

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Before a society can make intelligent choices about something that affects its citizenry, it must know the facts.  In the United States the debate over health care reform is degenerating into violence and at least one congressman […]

Astrological Musings Radio, Sunday morning 10 EDT

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m back from vacation so this morning will be a LIVE show.  I’m going to be discussing the third phase of the opposition between Saturn and Uranus and how that will lead into the intense planetary events of the next […]

Astrology, the Kepler telescope, and extrasolar planets

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes The orbiting Kepler telescope has spotted a Jupiter-sized planet around another star — a sighting that demonstrates it can see Earth-like planets if they are out there, scientists reported on Thursday. The planet, called HAT-P-7b, was already […]

President Obama’s solar return

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes You can read my profile of Barack Obama here. The Solar Return occurs at the moment that the Sun returns to its place in the birthchart.  That is often the birthday, but sometimes it is a day […]

Pluto: A Case Study

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes I’m out of town this week so I’ll be reposting some of the more interesting articles in the archives.  I hope you will like this one! Last week I saw a client (let’s call her Sylvia) whose birthchart […]

From the Daily Skywatch: Grounding and Balancing today

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes.  This is written for Eastern time zone, with GMT in parentheses for international readers – please adjust accordingly for your own part of the world.  You can see the positions of today’s planets here.   This comes from the subscription-only […]

Speculators betting on sugar when Saturn enters Libra

posted by Lynn Hayes

If you haven’t noticed the Wall Street Weather blog in my blogroll, you owe it to yourself to take a look.  This is an excellent site for anyone interested in the astrology of politics and economics.  Today she writes on […]

Sarah and Todd Palin may be on the skids

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Sarah Palin’s rep is denying the story, but but Alaska insiders are reporting that the Palins are getting a divorce and that this news is why Palin resigned as governor.  Even the mainstream news reported that Todd […]

Astrological Musings Radio: The Steven Forrest Interview

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sunday morning, 10 am EDT I prerecorded the radio show this week because I am out of town, and thought this was an excellent time to interview one of my favorite astrologers (and first teacher), Steven Forrest.  Steve is an […]

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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 ...

posted 5:30:53pm Feb. 08, 2012 | read full post »

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 ...

posted 8:05:40am Feb. 06, 2012 | read full post »

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 ...

posted 9:08:41am Feb. 05, 2012 | read full post »

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