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A Day with Dharmaruci

posted by Lynn Hayes

This has been an amazing trip so far!! Today Dharmaruci and Vajramala hosted Rich and I and our friends Dianne and David for a delicious lunch on their courtyard. It was lots of fun meeting DR after corresponding for about […]

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Memorial Day musings

posted by Lynn Hayes

While I am out of town I’ve selected some older articles to repost for you. I was a student during the Vietnam war, and in demonstrations and marches against the war we decried the philosophy of our government that killing […]

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Voices in our heads

posted by Lynn Hayes

Art by Gayle Pritchard While I am out of town I have selected some interesting articles to repost.  Nearly all of us hear voices of one kind or another. My mother hears the voice of her mother criticizing her in […]

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Saturn gets a bad rap

posted by Lynn Hayes

Dharmaruci has a good article about Saturn’s role in Western society.  DR and I have known each other for about four years – we follow each other’s blog and at one point cross-posted for each other.  On Sunday we’ll be […]

Uranus in Aries – May 27 2010

posted by Lynn Hayes

The power of the Full Moon in Sagittarius on May 27 contains the movement of the planet Uranus into Aries.  Uranus changes signs every seven years or so, and it will dip its metaphorical toe into Aries and remain at […]

Meeting Kathryn in London

posted by Lynn Hayes

Kathryn Cassidy is one of my favorite astrobloggers. Her blog, Collaborate with Fate (linked in the sidebar) is a consistently interesting trove of hidden symbols and astrological insights. Over the years she and I have shared our interests in many […]

Me at the Astrology Shoppe in London

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m in London! What a gorgeous city. Today I made a pilgrimage to this astrology shop but since I have an unopened box of books from here I only bought three.

Full Moon in Sagittarius: May 27 2010

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sailor Moon by K Bose Tomorrow’s Full Moon is in Sagittarius, straddling the Gemini/Sagittarius polarity of learning and knowledge.  When the Moon is full, it is actually in direct opposition to the Sun which will be in Gemini and we […]

The Uranus/Pluto square: Responding creatively to crisis

posted by Lynn Hayes

Astrologer D.K. Brainard has a beautiful post about the oil spill in the Gulf, the extent of which is still unknown but appears to be spreading at alarming rates.  D.K. writes: In her 1980 book The Aquarian Conspiracy, Marilyn Ferguson noted that a […]

On vacation

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m leaving today for a long anticipated trip to England!  We’ll be in London and then traveling through the magical area of Glastonbury and then Cornwall. I’ll be meeting my longtime astro friends Kathryn Cassidy and Dharmaruci, which is very […]

A “Golden Age” of cosmological discoveries?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Yesterday I wrote about the transition into a new 200-year Jupiter/Saturn cycle into the air element as the harbinger of new ideas and ways of thinking about our world.  Evidently cosmologists agree, and back in 2003 in a brand-new conference on the […]

Jupiter opposes Saturn this week: the Jupiter/Saturn cycle

posted by Lynn Hayes

Jupiter opposes Saturn on May 23, bringing its expansive qualities to the already tumultuous divisions between Saturn and Uranus, a larger planetary cycle that has been in operation since the fall of 2008.   Jupiter and Saturn are oppositional forces. […]

Scientists create synthetic DNA

posted by Lynn Hayes

Image from the BBC Jupiter and Uranus are preparing to conjoin in the sky, and the combination of Jupiter’s expansion with Uranian innovation has often been associated with technological and scientific advancement.  Uranus is the planet that inspires “Eureka” moments […]

“We are living in the era of the upstart”

posted by Lynn Hayes

All over the United States an anti-Washington fervor is throwing incumbents out of Congress in favor of unknown candidates with no ties to party machinery. Barack Obama won the presidency in November of 2008, the day of the first opposition […]

Leonardo daVinci and finding darkness in light

posted by Lynn Hayes

I found this article through the Red Ice Creations website, and it brought up an interesting point for me.  As with photography and art, light and shadow can define an object, area, or even a planet. Placing yourself in a specific […]

Jupiter meets Uranus and the countdown begins

posted by Lynn Hayes

(Please refrain from making scatalogical jokes!)  Well folks, we’re getting down to it – the planetary drama that has  been much discussed over the past few years is finally upon us.  Our challenge is to be alert and aware of […]

Who is Elena Kagan?

posted by Lynn Hayes

by Lynn Hayes Elena Kagan has been widely acclaimed after President Obama announced her as his choice to be the next Supreme Court justice, garnering support from conservative lawyers and policymakers.  One of the qualities that has gained her widespread […]

Sunday inspiration

posted by Lynn Hayes

I will love the sunfor it warms my bonesYet I will love the rainfor it cleanses my spiritI will love the lightfor it shows me the wayYet I will love the darknessfor it shows me the stars –Og Mandino photography […]

Sarah Silverman’s show is cancelled

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sarah Silverman, the outrageous but adorable comic star of Comedy Central’s “The Sarah Silverman Program,” has been canned from that network.  The Guardian calls Silverman “the most taboo-breaking comedian working in America today.” The cancellation comes on the heels of a […]

2 million views!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Yesterday this blog reached a landmark:  two million page views since 2005.  I want to thank all of my readers, especially the ones who have stuck with me year after year, through interesting times and not-so-interesting times, for the inspiration […]

Jupiter lost a stripe!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Uranus brings surprising events, and as Jupiter is nearing a conjunction to Uranus we see this news: Jupiter has lost one of its prominent stripes, leaving its southern half looking unusually blank. Scientists are not sure what triggered the disappearance […]

This is not financial advice

posted by Lynn Hayes

But if it were, I would advise against getting caught up in the current euphoria on Wall Street.  After last year’s 1000 point tumble, stocks were way up yesterday in a big tech rally, and gold hit a new record. […]

Taurus New Moon, May 13 2010

posted by Lynn Hayes

“Earth Goddess” by Dee Cooper Swift. The New Moon in Taurus on the 13th is a very dynamic one despite the natural placidity of the Taurean energy. At the New Moon the solar principle of conscious mind and will is fused […]

1987 crash was another “fat finger” event

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last week’s Wall Street roller coaster ride occurred under Mercury retrograde, but I didn’t realize that the crash in October 1987 also occurred under a cloud of technological suspicion.  Like the May 6 event, there were no major news events that […]

Facebook, our wired world, and Uranus at the 29th degree

posted by Lynn Hayes

An article in Wired online magazine entitled “Facebook’s Gone Rogue” embodies the mystical fog (Pisces) of between the wired and the “real” world of information (Uranus)  that we have seen accelerate since Uranus entered Pisces in 2003. Uranus is the planet […]

Tom Cruise betrayed by Scientology leader

posted by Lynn Hayes

Marty Rathbun was Inspector General of the Religious Technology Center of the Church of Scientology from 1978 until 2004 when he left the church.  Since then he has been a vocal critic of Scientology and offers the services he was […]

Mercury retrograde update

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mercury has slowed down to a crawl as it prepares to change direction tomorrow, so don’t be surprised if business matters or travel plans are stalled today.  It will take Mercury a few days to begin traveling at a normal […]

Thought on prediction of love and disaster

posted by Lynn Hayes

Image from Jaci XIII on Flickr. Recently I did what I like to call a “repair” reading for a new client after another astrologer gave her what I thought to be bad advice.  Her old astrologer had predicted that a […]

Astrological Musings Radio this week: The Pluto/Ceres show and Retrograde Roundup

posted by Lynn Hayes

This week on Sunday at 11 am EDT we’ll be discussing the conjunction of Pluto to Ceres and the environmental (Ceres) destruction (Pluto) from the past few weeks and what we might expect over the next few months as the […]

The Saturn/Uranus opposition: Hung parliament in Britain

posted by Lynn Hayes

This will be interesting to watch in light of the absolute failure in the United States to have any kind of coalition or consensus between Democrats and Republicans.  Thanks to BBC News  for this table.  Oppositions require balance and integration, and in […]

Mercury retrograde hits Wall Street

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Dow Jones industrial average had a chaotic day yesterday, crashing more than 1000 points and then careening wildly back up.  At the end of the day the Dow had dropped about 3%. According to the Washington Post: Some price swings […]

Reform: “to convert into another and better form”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Kathryn Cassidy tweeted yesterday: “The word ‘Reform’ is everywhere. It strongly correlates to the current Saturn/Uranus opposition as do the words Rebellion and Revolution.” She’s right about calls for reform being heard everywhere.  In the US we’ve had healthcare reform, but […]

Times Square bomb suspect 2010: the radicalization of youth

posted by Lynn Hayes

I have been predicting for some time that the focus as Uranus moves into Aries (at the end of May) will shift from terrorist groups like Al Qaeda to the “lone wolves” who are operating primarily at their own instigation and with […]

Halle Berry and Gabriel Autry call it quits

posted by Lynn Hayes

Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry ended their relationship last week, although there are indications that the relationship actually ended weeks or months ago. Unfortunately there is a discrepancy on birth dates for Gabriel Aubry which makes it impossible to analyze […]

On the radio this morning

posted by Lynn Hayes

This show was pre-recorded because I’m out of town for the weekend so you won’t be able to call in today, but this is a fascinating interview with Chris Brennan, currently the Research Director for the National Council of Geocosmic […]

Lynn’s Skywatch for May

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m out of town right now so I’m a bit delayed in posting the full article to my website, but here’s the introduction to help you get started on the month of May. I’ll be sending out my newsletter Sunday […]

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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 ...

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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 ...

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