Astrological Musings
February 2010 Archives

by Lynn Hayes Full Moon art by blind artist Brooke Williamson.   The Full Moon occurs at 11:38 am EST. In a Full Moon the Moon and the Sun are opposite each other from our earthly perspective, and the Moon’s […]

by Lynn Hayes photo montage from CNN.  Andrew Koenig, the son of Walter Koenig who played Pavel Chekov in the original Star Trek series, has been missing since February 14th.  He was last seen at a bakery in Vancouver.  Koenig […]

by Lynn Hayes This is wrong in so many ways (thanks to Astrococktail for the article): Mumbai: Is astrology a science or an art of making money? The city-based NGO, Janhit Manch, has started a debate on the issue in […]

by Lynn Hayes I wrote a post with this title back in December when Mars was slowing down in preparation for its retrograde turn, and now Mars has slowed down as it prepares to turn direct on March 10. Mars […]

by Lynn Hayes This information is written for the Eastern time zone, with GMT in parenthesis.  Please adjust for your own locality. Image from FractArt Mars is slowing down in preparation to change direction on March 10.  Tempers may flare […]

Tune in at 11 am Eastern for a discussion about the sign of Pisces.  The Sun has just entered Pisces so we now have four planets in Pisces, a strong Piscean influence.  It’s a great time to learn more about […]

Recently there have been quite a few comments and emails about the annoyance of ads and popups on this blog, and I just want to go on record as saying that I certainly agree with you all. Unfortunately, neither I […]

by Lynn Hayes See below for initial update on the chart of the shooter. I’m a little late on this subject because I was out all day yesterday preparing for a lecture so I missed the big news event: the […]

I’m preparing for a class tonight so I thought I’d post some interesting links for you today: Sasstrology covers the Jennifer Aniston/Gerard Butler romance, something I’ve been meaning to do myself but haven’t.  Elsa beats her cookie addiction. Robert demystifies […]

by Lynn Hayes Better late than never I suppose: The sexual abuse of children is not just a “heinous crime” but a “grave sin” that offends God and wounds human dignity, Pope Benedict XVI said Tuesday after a two-day meeting […]

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