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September 2009 Archives

Earthquake and tsunami in Samoa

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes The earthquake yesterday in Samoa was a severe one, with a magnitude of nearly 8 on the Richter scale, resulting in a tsunami in the Samoan islands that have killed hundreds of people. This event occurred as […]

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Astrology and the Kaiser Healthcare Poll

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Now this is interesting and mirrors what I suspected was the case.  The Kaiser Family Foundation has published new poll numbers with answers to two questions: It’s more important than ever now to tackle the problem of […]

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Mercury takes a turn

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Even people who don’t believe in astrology believe in Mercury retrograde.  I usually start hearing it around the office co-op where I spend my days about a week into the retrograde period.  “Is Mercury retrograde?” people start […]

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The Astrology of Revolution in Honduras

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Honduras is not a country that has been much in the news, but in June of this year president Manuel Zelaya, who had attempted to rewrite the constitution of that country to permit a president to serve […]

Astrological Musings Radio, Sunday morning 10 EDT

posted by Lynn Hayes

On the show this morning I’ll be talking about the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, and the concept of atonement in the Judeo-Christian moral code.  I will get a bit controversial and suggest that the concept of expiation of our […]

The revelation of Mackenzie Phillips

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes I have to say I am a bit creeped out by Mackenzie Phillips’ admission that she had what amounts to an affair with her father for ten years.  There has been much debate in the news media […]

Solar news

posted by Lynn Hayes

Spaceweather is reporting that a new sunspot created a C-class solar flare.  Normally this would not be much to write home about, but since we’re in the middle of the deepest solar minimum in 100 years, a solar flare is […]

From the blogosphere today

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ve been busily trying to finish my Visioncrafting book so it will be available by the time I send my October newsletter, so I’m offering up some interesting links instead of using my valuable grey cells.  Hope you enjoy them! […]

Blessings of Mabon from Owl’s Wings

posted by Lynn Hayes

In modern pagan circles, the Autumn Equinox is known as Mabon.  Our favorite witch, Beth Owl’s Daughter, has a beautiful post and gorgeous imagery about this holiday on her blog: Today is the Equinox, taken from the Latin for “equal night.” […]

The astrology of Carl Jung and his Red Book: Part Two

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Catch up with Part I here. According to the article in the New York Times last Sunday, the unraveling of Jung’s psyche began in 1913, a period of time that coincides with the transit of Uranus over […]

Happy Equinox 2009!

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Before I complete the post on Carl Jung’s Red Book, which I promise I will post either tonight or tomorrow morning, I want to wish everyone a happy Autumn Equinox.   The equinoxes take place when the […]

The astrology of Carl Jung and his Red Book: Part One

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes A secret book written by Carl Jung nearly one hundred years ago will be released next month according to the New York Times.  Known as the “Red Book,” it was jealously guarded by Jung’s descendants until it […]

Saturn/Uranus: Revolution in Iran

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Just after the opposition between Saturn and Uranus culminated last week, tens of thousands of protesters filled the streets of Tehran on Friday in a rare show of opposition against the pro-Palestinian rhetoric of Iranian president Ahmadinejad […]

Astrological Musings Radio, Sunday morning 10 EDT

posted by Lynn Hayes

Tomorrow I’ll be talking about Venus and Libra, and just in time because the Moon just entered Libra and the Sun will be moving into Libra on Tuesday.  I’ll also talk some about the Virgo New Moon, which was a […]

Astrology and Rosh Hashanah

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Here is a fascinating article about the astrological correlations of the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah: According to rabbinical lore, Adam and Eve, our primal parents, were created on Rosh Hashanah, which traditionally falls on the New […]

Gerald Celente: Revolution or Renaissance?

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes One year after the fall of Lehman Brothers presaged a worldwide economic crisis, futurist Gerald Celente is predicting that a revolution has already begun in the United States. Many are decrying his “doom and gloom” predictions, but […]

Powerful Virgo New Moon on Friday

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes art by Oxana Zuboff The New Moon on Friday September 18, 2009 captures all of the powerful September planetary events and provides us with an opportunity to pull them all together for the new lunar cycle.  New […]

The people around us help us create our reality

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Now there’s even more scientific evidence for what most of us already know:  our friends can make us fat, happy, and sad. The National Heart Institute has followed more than 15,000 residents of Framingham, Massachusetts and their […]

Kanye West: The latest in a string of jackass moments

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Kanye West has never been known for his humility or circumspect behavior.  I wrote a post on him a couple of years ago after he compared himself to Jesus, and since then he hasn’t really mellowed much. […]

What’s got into Serena Williams?

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Tennis legend Serena Williams (9/26/1981, unverified time of 8:26 pm in Saginaw, MI) gave a referee a piece of her mind on Saturday, costing her the game and the match.  This sudden outburst is considered out of […]

Are we heading into another “little ice age?”

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Maybe the solar warming skeptics are on to something.  As you probably know, we are in a very deep solar minimum, with over 700 days with absolutely no sunspot activity since 2004. In fact, some scientists are […]

Two new astrobloggers, and What’s On the Radio Sunday?

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ve discovered two new excellent astrology blogs that I want to share with you. First is Julie Rimmer’s blog called The Twelve Gates.  Julie is one of the young astrologers that are doing great work and her posts are interesting and […]

Pluto changes direction today, September 11, and Astrology in my world

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Today is the anniversary of the September 11 attacks, but it’s also the day that Pluto changes direction.  Planets don’t really move backwards, but they appear to do so because we observe their motions from our vantage […]

“Fed survey shows recession may be over”

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes And I’m as big an optimist as anyone so I’d like to believe it.  The Federal Reserve surveyed businesses around the US and “found economic activity stabilizing or improving in most regions.”  However, this growth is dependent […]

The Daily Skytwit!

posted by Lynn Hayes

If you’re a Twitnut, you’ll now find me twittering on the daily lunar cycles as well as the larger planetary cycles that affect our inner and outer worlds.  Enjoy!!

September 9, 2009: 09-09-09

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Nine is my favorite number, so I confess I have been looking forward to this day.  Nine is the number of completion and fulfillment at its most filling until it spills over into ten and demands a […]

Pluto in Capricorn: Betting on Death

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes So now the folks who brought us the securitization of the bloating of the American Dream under the relentless optimism of Pluto in Sagittarius have come up with a brilliant idea to take advantage of the focus […]

The resignation of Van Jones: A casualty of the Saturn/Uranus opposition

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes With Saturn and Uranus preparing to oppose each other exactly next week, the middle of the night resignation of Van Jones as the “Green Jobs Czar” in the Obama administration may be a hint as to which […]

Astrological Musings Radio, Sunday morning: Mercury Rx and other September Excitement

posted by Lynn Hayes

Tune in to Astrological Musings on Blog Talk Radio this and (almost) every Sunday morning at 10 am Eastern for a lively discussion about the exciting planetary events coming up in September.  Mercury is preparing to turn retrograde, Pluto has […]

Everything is in opposition under Saturn and Uranus

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Saturn and Uranus are now within two degrees of their exact opposition which culminates on September 15.  As you probably now, Saturn represents conservative thinking and conventional behavior, and Uranus represents that which is new and innovative. […]

Full Moon in Pisces today

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes You may have seen the beautiful waxing Moon illuminated by Jupiter over the past few nights as the Moon passed through Aquarius and transited Jupiter, Chiron and Neptune.  Today at around noon Eastern the Sun and Moon […]

13 things scientists don’t understand

posted by Lynn Hayes

I love a good mystery, and you probably do too.  Check out these 13 THINGS SENT TO TRY US from Michael Brooks via New Scientist – it’s almost enough to make you think there is more to this Universe than scientists can […]

Los Angeles wildfires and astrology

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Jerry asked in the comments about the relationship between the chart of Los Angeles and the current wildfires and I thought this would make a good post.  There are a couple of charts for Los Angeles.  The […]

Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Skywatch for September is now posted on my website, Here’s the intro discussing the big events occurring in September: The big news for September is the third phase of the opposition between Saturn and Uranus in the middle […]

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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 ...

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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 ...

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 ...

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