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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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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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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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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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! […]

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.” […]

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 […]

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