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A prayer for Veteran’s Day

posted by Lynn Hayes

God of peace,we pray for those who have served our nationand who laid down their livesto protect and defend our freedom. We pray for those who have fought,whose spirits and bodies are scarred by war,whose nights are haunted by memoriestoo […]

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Blowing the mind of science

posted by Lynn Hayes

The scientific world as we know it continues to be turned on its ear with new (Uranian) discoveries, fulfilling my prophecy in the November Skywatch article where I wrote “A sextile from Jupiter (abundance and optimism) to Uranus (innovation and insight) […]

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Obama’s grandmother has died

posted by Lynn Hayes

Barack Obama’s grandmother Madelyn Dunham, the woman who raised him for most of his formative years, has died in Hawaii.  I wrote a couple of weeks ago about the transit of the South Node over Obama’s Sun as an event […]

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Skywatch for November is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

There’s lots of astrology going on in November.  Here’s the report for the first week of the month: The big news as we enter the first of November is of course the election in the United States. This election has […]

Mercury Rx at Beliefnet

posted by Lynn Hayes

Beliefnet has rolled out a great new site with a great new look.  Unfortunately, their timing during Mercury retrograde was not particularly auspicious and there have been a lot of problems, including this blue background and black type.  I suggest […]

Mercury Rx in the real world

posted by Lynn Hayes

Let’s not even speculate yet on what will happen with the economic “rescue” (bailout) plan being signed in a RE-versal by the US House of Representatives when Mercury is retrograde (the stock markets fell anyway).  Instead, let’s turn our intention […]

Jupiter Direct! And exactly trine Saturn…

posted by Lynn Hayes

When a planet changes direction (as we see the planet from our vantage point on Planet Earth), it is particularly powerful. Today we have Jupiter turning direct after spending several days in conflict with Mars, Mercury and Venus.   Jupiter […]

From the Advice Column: Relationship creates questions with no answers

posted by Lynn Hayes

Q:  I have a friend that I have a very unique relationship with and it creates many questions and pretty much no answers. Very recently our relationship has been intense after a long cooling period.  He is never really honest […]

Sun Signs and the Olympics

posted by Lynn Hayes

Generally, research projects based solely on the Sun signs of individuals are not very successful.  The astrological chart is so complex and includes such a wide variety of influences that the Sun sign is often dwarfed by comparison. But this […]

The “I” Within

posted by Lynn Hayes

One author who has had a profound affect on my personal evolution and my client work is Stephen Levine, author of the magnificent book Who Dies which you can find in the Recommended Reading list in the sidebar. Stephen, a […]

Willow on Mars/Pluto

posted by Lynn Hayes

I found a link to Willow’s Web Astrology from Matthew’s site, and found it quite interesting.  A square from Mars to Pluto is part of the eclipse formation tomorrow, and here is what Willow writes about that aspect (I’ve added […]

An astrology mall!

posted by Lynn Hayes

How cool is this!!  [S]oon Bangalore will boast of an exclusive supermarket, perhaps the first of its kind in the country [called Star and Planet]. It’ll house soothsayers: astrologers, numerologists, palmists, tarot-card readers, horoscope specialists – all under one roof. […]

The Ethics of Celebrity Profiles

posted by Lynn Hayes

I wrote this post a couple of years ago but thought I would repost it in light of comments on the John Edwards story, and for a reminder myself! Astrologers usually follow a code of ethics in their work, just […]

Robert Wilkinson on Bad Karma

posted by Lynn Hayes

Robert Wilkinson is the author of Aquarius Papers, one of the earliest astrology blogs and still one of the best.  He writes today of one of his readers in India who sought astrological advice in his home country and was told […]

Ceres may be an impersonator!!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Astrococktail for the link to this article. Last year Ceres was reclassified as a planet along with Pluto and the new planet Eris as a “dwarf planet,” and most recently as a “Plutoid.” Ceres has an interesting history: […]

Welcome to Astrological Musings!!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Welcome to Astrodynamics, a blog about the movements of the planets and how they affect our lives. Astrology is much more complex than the “sun sign” astrology you see in your daily paper: each of us has our own unique […]

Astrology: Misunderstood, disrespected

posted by Lynn Hayes

I love finding quirky little articles that “debunk” astrology and posting them here.  Like this one: Think there’s no harm in astrology? Click around and you’ll find cases such as that of Myanmar’s former prime minister, General Ne Win, who […]

Astrological Musings Group on Beliefnet

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to those of you who have joined the group, and I apologize for the technical glitches of the first week or so.  It was several days before I even realized that I had to approve members, but I have the hang of […]

Picking stocks in the current astrological climate

posted by Lynn Hayes

  Disclaimer:  I am not a financial expert, nor do I have any training in stock picking.  I am just a watcher of cultural trends that mirror planetary cycles. Back in May of this year I wrote about the return of […]

Pluto and dark news for newspaper publishing

posted by Lynn Hayes

Pluto entered Capricorn back in January of 2008, beginning its long trouncing of the governmental and other societal structures that are in the Capricornian domain.  But then in April Pluto retrograded back into Sagittarius where it will remain until December, […]

Mars and the power of free will

posted by Lynn Hayes

In a session with a client the other day, she asked me if I saw her moving any time soon.  She really wanted to move from where she was, and she was hoping that was indicated in her chart somewhere.  […]

Richard Tarnas on Beliefnet

posted by Lynn Hayes

Many of you already know that Richard Tarnas has written an astounding book called Cosmos and Psyche about the integration of science, astrology, and world history.  Tarnas is a gifted writer and brilliant academician, and it’s a great read for […]

Looking ahead to election day: A paradigm shift

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to JM for the link to this article by astrologer Barry Orr about the unease surrounding the upcoming election day. Orr writes primarily about the opposition between Saturn (status quo) and Uranus (the revolutionary) which will be exact on […]

Photos from Saturn

posted by Lynn Hayes

Get to know my favorite planet and its moons in this stunning video including narration from one of the scientists on the imaging team from the Cassini spacecraft. At around 4:50 you’ll see the Sun eclipsing Saturn which is an […]

Mercury/Pluto in the news

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mercury has been approaching an exact opposition to Pluto which is exact today, and we are seeing its influences all over the news. Mercury rules communication and the transmission of information, and when it faces off with Pluto we suffer […]

The astrology of Iran’s missile tests

posted by Lynn Hayes

Iran fired nine missile tests today. The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards’ air force, said: “Our missiles are ready for shooting at any place and any time, quickly and with accuracy.” This show of Iranian bravado has met with equally […]

Pluto in Capricorn: the Immobilizing Security Bracelet

posted by Lynn Hayes

Found this on Jill’s site and was aghast (from the Washington Times): A senior government official with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has expressed great interest in a so-called safety bracelet that would serve as a stun device, […]

Ancient tablet ignites debate on resurrection

posted by Lynn Hayes

The timing of the dissemination of information about this tablet at this time when Pluto makes its last pass through Sagittarius, dredging up (Pluto) the beliefs that give our lives meaning (Sagittarius) is very interesting: A three-foot-tall tablet with 87 […]

An untimely death

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo from modelimago.com Ruslana Korshunova was a beautiful young woman who seemed to have everything going for her until she plunged to her death. Although friends said she appeared to be “on top of the world,” her web postings tell […]

Sunday inspiration

posted by Lynn Hayes

Astrology provides us with clues about the future, and sometimes that instills fear in us if we lose sight of the larger picture. Carlos Castaneda explains it here: The world of everyday life cannot ever be taken as something personal […]

Sagittarian Factoids

posted by Lynn Hayes

Dharmaruci had an interesting couple of posts a few days ago about factoids being the shadow side of Sagittarius. DR writes about the theories espoused by David Icke and others that the ruling class is actually a reptilian race: For […]

Retrograde Uranus in the News

posted by Lynn Hayes

Uranus turned retrograde last night, as it does every year, creating interesting sudden shifts and reversals for citizens of Planet Earth. Planets don’t really change direction, of course, but because astrology looks at the movement of planets from our perspective […]

Obama, Mars/Uranus and the FISA bill

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last month I, along with other astrologers, reported on a challenging transit coming up for Barack Obama: the transit of Mars to his natal Uranus which coincided with a longer-range transit of Uranus to his natal Mars. I wrote at […]

And now George Carlin…

posted by Lynn Hayes

Another great journalist has died: George Carlin succumbed to a heart attack yesterday at the age of 71. I expected to see a strong Uranus component to his chart since he was so irreverent and iconoclastic, and there is a […]

UFO sightings increase in the UK

posted by Lynn Hayes

Following the unusual crop circle found near Barbury Castle, England last week, an hour away in Cardiff Wales: Stunned police gave chase to a UFO after it attacked their helicopter near a military base. The mystery aircraft zoomed straight at […]

Friday links!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m giving my brain a rest today so please visit some of my friends: Robert Wilkinson brings back a fascinating post on the Mayan Calendar and the whole 2012 thing. Sally McDonald compares the current world situation to the book […]

Solstice Full Moon tomorrow!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I interrupt the Obama series to bring you the Full Moon! NASA reports: On Wednesday night, June 18th, step outside at sunset and look around. You’ll see a giant form rising in the east. At first glance it looks like […]

Sunday inspiration – Cosmosis

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Elsa for this link. It’s really fabulous.

Ireland rejects the EU Treaty – Pluto at work.

posted by Lynn Hayes

Ireland yesterday rejected the European Union Lisbon treaty, an agreement between member states that centralizes more power in Brussels and could potentially weaken the power of the member states. Ireland was the only nation to put the treaty to a […]

Tim Russert has died

posted by Lynn Hayes

American political junkies have become familiar with Tim Russert over the past 15 years or so since he took over the Sunday talk show “Meet the Press.” Russert had established himself as one of the most respected newsmen in the […]

A birth certificate for Barack Obama!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to the many readers who sent me this link to the actual birth certificate as posted on Daily Kos. This now official time of 7:24 pm is very close to the 7:11 time that came from the UAC conference. […]

Beauty and value in the second house

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last week I heard a show on NPR that highlighted a woman who had always been unattractive because of her big nose until she had an accident and the doctor suggested that while she was having surgery that she have […]

The Barbury Crop Circle and the Magic of Pi

posted by Lynn Hayes

I found this link on Ellie’s World about the new crop circle in Barbury, England that includes a very detailed analysis of the crop circle and its relationship to the number Pi and has rounded up to an astonishing 10 […]

Britain cracks down on astrologers

posted by Lynn Hayes

New consumer protection regulations in Britain classifies astrologers along with fortune tellers and double-glazing salesman under a new consumer protection act. Astrologers, faith healers and spiritual advisers will now have to post a sign that says “for entertainment purposes only.” […]

Sunday Inspiration: Awakening the Heart

posted by Lynn Hayes

Venus and Mercury are conjunct right now in Gemini, along with the Sun, and the power of Venus to soften the mind (Mercury) is illuminated by the Sun and offers an opportunity to open the doors to the wisdom of […]

Retrograde Roundup

posted by Lynn Hayes

We can’t blame everything on Mercury retrograde, because don’t forget there are four other planets retrograde as well. Today, astrodynamics.net went down and I’m in good company because Amazon.com, the world’s largest online retailer, yesterday was “hit by technical failure” […]

Astrology in the Mainstream: Mother Earth News!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Astrococktail for this enlightening link about America’s Seventh Saturn Return by astrologer Robert Cole that appeared in Mother Earth News in 1981. I love it when astrology is taken seriously by the mainstream media! On October 22, 1981—in […]

The light side of Mercury Retrograde

posted by Lynn Hayes

Even my assistant, who doesn’t believe in astrology, now is an expert on Mercury Retrograde. The expression “forewarned is forearmed” was never truer than when dealing with Mercury’s retrograde travel time. So I was pleased to see this article posted […]

Elsa is under attack

posted by Lynn Hayes

Elsa is a tireless supporter and promoter of the entire astroloblogosphere. I know she’s having a Pluto transit to her Moon, but this is ridiculous. Please drop by and give her some love.

Hillary Clinton and the New Moon chart

posted by Lynn Hayes

Reports are mixed as to whether Hillary Clinton will end her campaign after the last two primaries today. On Countdown last night: Senator Hillary Clinton appears on the verge of suspending her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination, and endorsing […]

Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Skywatch for June has been posted, offering a tantalizing look at the delicious planetary opportunities in store for us this month. Here’s a tidbit: Welcome to June! Because we have a number of planets changing direction this month, turning retrograde […]

Obama quits his church: the Mars factor

posted by Lynn Hayes

Barack Obama quit his longtime association with the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago today. Under the influence of transiting Pluto (destruction) in opposition to Venus (relationships) in Obama’s chart, the longtime association between Obama and Pastor Jeremiah Wright […]

Saturn in Virgo: Organic milk is better

posted by Lynn Hayes

Cows by Tyler Larson New research shows that cows eating an organic diet produce milk that contains more omega-3 and linoleic fatty acids that have been proven to improve human health. Plus, their milk tastes better. Milk from organic cattle […]

Saturn in Virgo and the recent abuse epidemic

posted by Lynn Hayes

A reader emailed me a few months ago asking if there was a correlation between the rise of pet abuse cases and Saturn in Virgo and while I dismissed it at the time the recent news about abuse of small […]

Murphy’s Law repost

posted by Lynn Hayes

With Mercury and Neptune having turned retrograde we find ourselves in a strong retrograde period. Four traditional planets plus Chiron are retrograde now and the pull is to go back and re-do things that have been left undone. I thought […]

Interviews from the United Astrology Conference

posted by Lynn Hayes

Eric Francis has been posting some interesting material from UAC, and now he has put up some audio interviews here. I haven’t had a chance to listen yet but perhaps they will bring up some good discussion material.

Jupiter gets a third spot

posted by Lynn Hayes

From NASA’s Astrology Picture of the Day: NASA explains, “Jupiter’s recent outbreak of red spots is likely related to large scale climate change as the gas giant planet is getting warmer near the equator. “ Some climate change skeptics are […]

Vatican says belief in UFOs is OK

posted by Lynn Hayes

From Newsweek: Here’s the curious thing about the head of the Vatican’s astronomical observatory saying there’s a strong likelihood that extraterrestrial beings exist and that they are part of God’s plan: not the “what,” but the “when,” as in “why […]

Astrologer is sorry for failure to predict cyclone

posted by Lynn Hayes

Continuing on the theme of what can and cannot be predicted, the weather is the next logical topic and evidently a noted Burmese astrologer has publicly apologized for his failure to predict Cyclone Nargis. But in a country like Myanmar […]

Musings on Anger and Mars

posted by Lynn Hayes

Yesterday marked the peak of phase II of the conjunction of Pluto to Mars, and what fun it was! I feel like a volcano is erupting in my soul. It’s pretty exciting, really, because when these planets pass through our […]

“If you could predict death, would you?”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Most professionals agree that predicting death in the chart of a client or a client’s loved one is unethical. Last weekend I watched a movie I had rented called First Snow, a thriller which I really enjoyed in which a […]

Full moon and other planetary news this week

posted by Lynn Hayes

Lovely Venus is very active in the middle of the month, with a square to Chiron on May 17th, a sextile to Uranus and trine to Jupiter on the 18th, and a square to Neptune on the 20th. Venus usually […]

Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson – off again

posted by Lynn Hayes

I really like these two together, and I can relate to Owen Wilson’s commitment conflicts and the despair over his failed relationships that put him in the hospital last summer after a failed suicide attempt. So I find myself following […]

Retrogrades galore this month!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Jupiter turned retrograde last week (on May 9), and Chiron turns retrograde May 25, just before Mercury and Neptune on May 26. Planets don’t really move backwards, but because we view the motion of the planets from our perspective on […]

Possible danger coming up for Obama

posted by Lynn Hayes

We still don’t have a verified birthtime for Obama so I am using a solar chart which makes it difficult to offer specific predictions, but there are a few interesting planetary cycles coming up for him that will be interesting […]

New: The Worldwide Telescope

posted by Lynn Hayes

Some of you (well, Jon ) will decry my promotion of the Great Beast, but Microsoft has come out with a really cool new gizmo: The Worldwide Telescope. From the press release: REDMOND, Wash. — May 12, 2008 — The […]

MARVELS searches for new planets

posted by Lynn Hayes

The possibility of additional solar systems brings up an interesting possibility: could there be a different astrological system for each one? A completely unique set of “myths” and legends, and patterns of time that link the citizens of those systems […]

Prediction using astrology and the Reality of the Now

posted by Lynn Hayes

I found this article on using astrology to predict the future from the December 2000/January 2001 issue of The Mountain Astrologer by Tem Tarriktar: The investigation of where astrology’s influence really is may raise the question of whether things are […]

The danger of “financial astrology”

posted by Lynn Hayes

I have always felt that if the Universe wanted us to be able to predict the future, It wouldn’t have given us a life of mystery.  The unfolding of the mystery and the ability to make choices every moment that […]

Barack and Hillary’s Tarot Profiles

posted by Lynn Hayes

Beth Owl’s Daughter has posted some very interesting profiles of the two candidates (still two, as of this writing!!) based on their Tarot profile. The Tarot profile come from the numerology of the birth date and is quite interesting! For […]

The New Moon and the May 6 Primary

posted by Lynn Hayes

The New Moon occurred yesterday at 17 degrees Taurus. At the New Moon, the Sun and the solar principle of conscious awareness conjoins the lunar principle of instinctive reaction. The New Moon is the beginning of the solar cycle, in […]

Retrograde Pluto brings stock market optimism

posted by Lynn Hayes

As predicted in this column, stock markets around the world rallied in April with US stock funds rising nearly 5% in that month following Pluto’s retrograde turn as it heads back into Sagittarius. The Sagittarian optimism that has fueled overspending, […]

My Mars Pluto story

posted by Lynn Hayes

I hesitate to write this, because the transit of Pluto to my Mars is only at its midpoint now, but many of you have written and are curious to know my experiences so I’ll tell you what I’ve learned so […]

The Death of the DC Madam

posted by Lynn Hayes

The woman known as the “DC Madam” was found hanged in a shed at her mother’s home yesterday. Deborah Jeane Palfrey was convicted two weeks ago of running a prostitution ring that catered to the nation’s power elite, and although […]

I’m back, Skywatch is posted, and Happy Beltane!!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to DR for filling in while I was in the Pluto school of death, inner rage and mystery (more about that later!!). This is a wonderful and magical time, coinciding with the ancient Celtic festival of Beltane which occurs […]

It’s never too late to become a Virgin…

posted by neith

The US has a Federally funded programme which encourages young people to remain celibate until marriage. The programme is known as the Silver Ring Thing, because the teenagers involved wear a silver ring (on their finger) as a sign of […]

A mini blogvacation

posted by Lynn Hayes

Dear readers, I am taking a few days off to handle the transit of Pluto to natal Mars. Rest assured that when I return I will have new insights about this powerful combination of planets and a new sympathy for […]

Pluto and Enhanced Interrogation Techniques

posted by neith

Posted by Dharmaruci From the New York Times: “The Justice Department has told Congress that American intelligence operatives attempting to thwart terrorist attacks can legally use interrogation methods that might otherwise be prohibited under international law… Determining the legal boundaries […]

Sunday Poetry: Ode to Gaia

posted by Lynn Hayes

It is fitting that Earth Day takes place when the Sun is in the earthy sign of Taurus. I feel that the Earth is the true ruler of Taurus as Taurus signifies the culmination of all that life on Earth […]

Britain’s biggest banks use astrology!

posted by Lynn Hayes

From Newsmonster: Christeen Skinner blinks at the screen of her computer and takes another slurp of coffee. It’s half past seven in the morning and she’s preparing for a crucial meeting with the chief executive of the High and Mighty […]

Growing Up on Prozac

posted by Lynn Hayes

I was just listening to NPR in the car, and Talk of the Nation had a story called “Growing Up on Antidepressants” which interested me greatly and I’ve written on this subject before. There were several callers to the show […]

Today’s planetary news

posted by Lynn Hayes

We have a couple of interesting planetary configurations now that will last for a few more days. One is a Grand Trine that includes the Sun in Taurus, Pluto in Capricorn, and Saturn in Virgo that began a couple of […]

Saturn in Virgo: The end of Frankenfood?

posted by Lynn Hayes

As Jeffrey pointed out in the comment section, Saturn is stationing (standing still) as it prepares to change direction on May 3, and Saturn in Virgo is in the news on a daily basis. Here is another interesting corrolary challenging […]

Scorpio in the White House

posted by Lynn Hayes

I have been avidly watching the series on John Adams that’s been running on HBO – a must for anyone interested in American politics. It’s been fascinating to see how our government began, and the lies and manipulations that kept […]

Void Moon Research Project:

posted by Lynn Hayes

The first full day of the Void Moon Research Project was last Thursday April 17, when the Moon was void between 1:59 am EDT and 6:10 pm EDT. The Moon was finishing up in Scorpio where it aspects a T-square […]

The Moon: Science and Magic

posted by Lynn Hayes

I snagged this artwork from Toltecpath.wordpress.com but it was unattributed. If you know who this belongs to, please let me know. Magical and astrological traditions have long taught that the influence of the full moon begins three days before the […]

Blogchronicity and the Void Moon Research Project

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sorry I haven’t been posting on my usual daily schedule, this week has been incredibly busy as transiting Mars begins to square my Libra stellium and transiting Pluto is racing back to embrace my little Capricorn Mars. Too much astrological […]

Saturn and the Dalai Lama

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader of the nation of Tibet which has been under Chinese rule since the Chinese invasion in 1950. At the time, the fourteenth Dalai Lama, who was born Lhama Dondrub but whose official name […]

Pluto in Capricorn: The New Survivalism

posted by Lynn Hayes

This New York Times article quotes Barton Biggs who says that people should “assume the possibility of a breakdown [Pluto] of the civilized infrastructure [Capricorn].” Biggs is not an astrologer but the former chief strategist at investment firm Morgan Stanley. […]

Astrology is better than therapy

posted by Lynn Hayes

This is what a client told me yesterday, and while psychotherapy is a great tool for change and healing and helped me tremendously, an understanding of the astrological chart goes right to the heart of the matter and identifies where […]

Pluto in Sag wrecks the airline industry

posted by Lynn Hayes

When Pluto first entered Sagittarius I wrote an article for a local magazine predicting, among other things, that during the Pluto Sag period there would be so many airplane crashes that it would transform the airline industry. That, of course, […]

John McCain: President Hothead?

posted by Lynn Hayes

A couple of years ago I wrote a post entitled “John McCain will never be president,” and followed it up with “John McCain will never be president Part II.” I never posted a complete profile of McCain on my website […]

Hillary Clinton and the moon’s nodes

posted by Lynn Hayes

Hillary Clinton’s chart shows that she has the planet Saturn making a very tight square to the nodes of the Moon. The lunar nodes are not planets in the chart and don’t carry any energy of the personality; they are […]

New Moon tonight!!

posted by Lynn Hayes

New Moon Originally uploaded by mawa_73527 The Sun and Moon will conjoin tonight in Aries at around midnight EST, making this a New Moon. Aries is the sign of initiation and courage, and as first sign of the zodiac it […]

Tsunami on the Sun

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Julie for bringing this to my attention: Astronomers have captured the first footage of a solar “tsunami” hurtling through the Sun’s atmosphere at over a million kilometres per hour. The event was captured by Nasa’s twin Stereo spacecraft […]

Skywatch is posted, and Pluto Retrograde

posted by Lynn Hayes

Pluto turns retrograde today, and will continue it’s travel back in time through September of this year. Pluto spends more time retrograde than any other planet, which is only fitting since it is the planet that more than any other […]

Pluto Rx and the market goes wild

posted by Lynn Hayes

Pluto turns retrograde April 2 heading back towards Sagittarius, and already the stock market surges. Wall Street began the second quarter with a big rally Tuesday as investors rushed back into stocks, optimistic that the worst of the credit crisis […]

Robin Williams to divorce

posted by Lynn Hayes

Photo by Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com Marsha Garces Williams, wife of actor Robin Williams, filed for divorce last week citing “irreconciliable differences”. Although Robin is best known for his comedic skills, he has a long history of drug and alcohol addiction and […]

Sunday Inspiration for stillness

posted by Lynn Hayes

When we look around we can see a lot of things to worry about. But deep within is a silent stillness that carries us back to our Selves and transcends all worry and doubt. The wind is the breath of […]

‘A Nation of Enrons”

posted by Lynn Hayes

This was in my inbox today. Those of us who follow astrology will not be surprised to read from the Motley Fool that the corporate culture is collapsing under the influence of Pluto (breakdown and transformation) in Capricorn (business, achievement, […]

“Iraq is exploding”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last week I commented, “Judging from the chart for the war in Iraq, events are about to make a surprising turn. After two years of a challenging transit (square) from Pluto to the Sun/Mercury conjunction in the chart, which seems […]

Was Hillary Clinton Crucified on Friday’s Grand Cross?

posted by Lynn Hayes

I apologize in advance to my dear readers who are Clinton supporters. A bit of snark may leak into this post. Most of you are probably aware by now of Senator Clinton’s need to backpedal on some of the statements […]

Tibetan Astrology and the Planetary Winds

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Kalachakra, or Wheel of Time. In light of the current riots in Tibet I was looking online for a chart of Tibet since my Book of World Horoscopes does not contain one, and came across a wealth of material […]

Crucifixions and the Full Moon Grand Cross

posted by Lynn Hayes

Dharmaruci found this interesting correlation to the Grand Cross at last week’s Full Moon: Health officials in the Philippines have issued a warning to people taking part in Easter crucifixion rituals. (Note the Moon and Saturn will be in Virgo.) […]

Easter and the Equinox

posted by Lynn Hayes

(reprinted from last year) Many people now know that Christian holidays such as Christmas and Easter are tied to pagan celebrations of cosmological events such as the solstices and equinoxes. Easter, a holiday that commemorates the time that Jesus supposedly […]

Five years later: The War in Iraq

posted by Lynn Hayes

Judging from the chart for the war in Iraq, events are about to make a surprising turn. After two years of a challenging transit (square) from Pluto to the Sun/Mercury conjunction in the chart, which seems to have had the […]

Billions of dollars down the drain

posted by Lynn Hayes

The United States has a history of valuing money over people. Pluto in the US (Sibley) chart is in the second house of financial wealth and resources, and the compulsive (Pluto) need to acquire could be its undoing. Transiting Pluto […]

A powerhouse of an Equinox

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Vernal Equinox occurs tomorrow, March 20, at 2 am EST as the Sun enters Aries, marking the re-entry of the fire element into our planetary cycles. The opposition of Mars in Cancer to Pluto in Capricorn has certainly been […]

Musings on the Ascendant

posted by Lynn Hayes

The rising sign, or ascendant, is the sign that was on the horizon at the East at the time that we were born. No matter what house system you use, the ascendant and midheaven (noon point) are always the same, […]

Dolphins Save the Whales

posted by Lynn Hayes

This has nothing to do with astrology, but it’s wonderful nonetheless and shows the interconnectedness of all life: THEY famously attempted to warn mankind of the Earth’s impending destruction in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, only for their behaviour […]

Astrology and the Mets

posted by Lynn Hayes

Jill will enjoy this, since she’s one of the biggest Mets fans of all time. The New York Times has an article highlighting the astrological predictions of a New York astrologer who is also a loyal Mets fan: Mallis was […]

Pluto and Obama’s minister

posted by Lynn Hayes

The pastor of Barack Obama’s church is back in the news after a videotape of the Reverend Jeremiah Wright surfaced yesterday. In the videotape of a fiery sermon delivered Christmas Day, Wright is shown saying: “We bombed Hiroshima, we bombed […]

The funny thing about Uranus and the markets

posted by Lynn Hayes

(Please refrain from scatological jokes here!) On Monday the stock market rose over 400 points, the biggest single day rise since 2002, confirming the predictions of noted astrological money expert Ray Merriman who, noting the falling markets at the New […]

More on the Fall of Spitzer

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sally McDonald has more: The crusader of Wall Street, the hero of the little guy, the white knight fighting corporate corruption, Eliot Spitzer has been felled. He was felled by his own sword and his enemies piling on top to […]

The Fall of Eliot Spitzer

posted by Lynn Hayes

Eliot Spitzer, Governor of New York and former district attorney for the State of New York, is likely about to resign after being associated with a prostitution ring under investigation. As with most situations of this kind, there is a […]

Saturn in Virgo and Challenges to our Health

posted by Lynn Hayes

Virgo is associated with health because it generally is concerned with matters of hygiene and balance between the mind, body and spirit. With Saturn in Virgo we are likely to see more issues like this in the mainstream news: More […]

Saturn in Virgo: Eat your broccoli!!

posted by Lynn Hayes

The violence wave reaches Chapel Hill

posted by Lynn Hayes

As Mars and Pluto opposed each other for the last time in a cycle that began last fall, a student at the University of North Carolina here in Chapel Hill where I live was murdered, the latest in a wave […]

Obama’s Birthtime – settled by Astrodatabank

posted by Lynn Hayes

Astrodatabank has confirmed that the 1:06 pm birthtime for Obama that is floated around is a myth. Date and place from media sources including Obama’s IL General Assembly webpage. Various times of birth have been circulated or posted. A time […]

The astrological use of mythology

posted by Lynn Hayes

I continue to be blown away by the new crop of astrologers who have grown up in the craft with so many tools at their disposal and made good use of them. Chris Brennan, a recent graduate of Kepler College, […]

Mars/Pluto and nasty campaigning

posted by Lynn Hayes

Democratic primary goes even more negative as Mars opposes Pluto.

Republicans for Hillary

posted by Lynn Hayes

As a culture-watcher I found it fascinating that in Ohio Republicans were voting for Hillary Clinton in order to shore up a big win for John McCain in November. “I voted for Hillary,” said Republican Eric Klieber, 56, of Cleveland […]

Astrology and MI5

posted by Lynn Hayes

Secret papers just released tell the story of Louis deWohl, an astrologer and flamboyant character who was hired by the British secret service to cast horoscopes for Hitler and other Nazi leaders under the auspices of the “Psychological Research Bureau.” […]

Mars back into Cancer tomorrow

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mars, which had retrograded back into Gemini where warfare tends to be more verbal than physical, moves back into Cancer tomorrow. Mars has been in Cancer, where it is typically more hypersensitive and touchy, on and off since last November. […]

Obama’s announcement chart

posted by Lynn Hayes

To me, the jury is still out on the void moon (the moon is said to be void after it makes the last aspect to another planet before entering the next sign), but today I received an email from a […]

Blogger’s Meme

posted by Lynn Hayes

Beth Owl’s Daughter has tagged me with a meme, which is always an interesting diversion, so here goes: 1. Pick up the nearest book (of at least 123 pages).2. Open the book to page 123.3. Find the fifth sentence.4. Post […]

Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Looking ahead, March is going to be a month packed with astrological adventure, including the Vernal Equinox occurring at the Full Moon which forms a Grand Cross to the Mars/Pluto opposition. Fasten your seat belts!! Here’s a tidbit… As March […]

The Third Saturn Return

posted by Lynn Hayes

Yesterday I had the privilege of doing a reading for a woman who recently turned 80 and was going through the closing square of her third Saturn cycle. I began doing readings shortly after my first Saturn return at around […]

Pluto in Capricorn and the Eroding Infrastructure

posted by Lynn Hayes

One of the things I believe we’ll be facing over the next few years as Pluto travels through Capricorn is the erosion of the structures that support our human lives on the planet. Bridges, tunnels, buildings – all are ruled […]

Dharmaruci on Obama as Medicine Man

posted by Lynn Hayes

Dharmaruci evidently hasn’t been swept away by Obamania as I have, so his post on Obama as “The Medicine Man” is a clearer-headed one than any you will find in this column: The man creates a very strong impression on […]

Sunday Inspiration: Feeding the Wolf

posted by Lynn Hayes

With transiting Mars bearing down on my own Mars which is already being pressured by Pluto, I found this a wonderful bit of wisdom: One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people. […]

A rigorous astrology study – another “horoscope” rant

posted by Lynn Hayes

Here is a questionnaire from a sincere questioner who would like to determine whether astrology has any validity, but their only knowledge of astrology is from the “astrology” columns on the comics page. The only problem is – sun sign […]

Conspiracy Corner: Secret Service stops screening for weapons at Obama rally

posted by Lynn Hayes

The other day I was talking to a few black gentlemen in their 60s about the possibility of a black president, and one of them said, “Yeah, but how long will he live?” For many years I heard from my […]

Pluto in Capricorn and the Urge for Change

posted by Lynn Hayes

quote is from Margaret Mead There’s no doubt that we are seeing a shift on the world stage along with the shift of Pluto into Capricorn last month. It seems that people all over the world are thirsting for change […]

The Eclipse and the unmasking of John McCain

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last night’s eclipse was spectacular! We had a thick blanket of clouds here, but the clouds parted long enough to expose the eclipsed Moon through a smoky light. I wish I had decent nighttime photography equipment. Of course it kept […]

The Millennial Generation

posted by Lynn Hayes

We’ve been talking in these pages about the generational impacts of this year’s presidential election, including the early boomers (Pluto in Leo), late boomers and generation X (Pluto in Virgo) and generation Y (Pluto in Libra). Each group as a […]

The Candidates and the Lunar Eclipse

posted by Lynn Hayes

Two weeks ago we looked at how the solar eclipse on February 6th would affect the remaining presidential candidates; today let’s take a look at what effect tomorrow’s lunar eclipse could have. Tomorrow’s eclipse shows the Sun and Moon opposed […]

Mercury direct tonight

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mark your calendars! Mercury turns direct tonight and will begin to pick up speed next week to help things move forward a bit. At that point only Saturn will be in retrograde motion and it’s a rarity for there to […]

The February Quickening

posted by Lynn Hayes

Art by the marvelous Willow Arlenea Robert Wilkinson has a great article today on planetary events for the end of February: A quick look at the patterns occurring now in late February shows a distinct quickening, with more and more […]

The Return of Mars Pluto and the second Eclipse

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mars is preparing for its third and final opposition to Pluto where it tends to foment rage and inspire explosions, and one might think the opposition has already happened. School shootings, mall shootings, shootings in the city council – people […]

What your Valentine wants!

posted by Lynn Hayes

When you’re wondering what your Valentine is looking for, don’t bother looking at his or her Sun sign. When it comes to relationships it’s Mars, Venus and the Moon that rule. Look up your beloved’s chart on astro.com and see […]

Hillary Clinton: In the palm of her hand

posted by Lynn Hayes

For you Hillary fans out there (and judging from the comments there are a lot of you!), Leslie Zemenek gives a great look into the palmistry of candidate Hillary Clinton entitled “Will the real Hillary Clinton run for president?” Leslie […]

Star Guide to Weddings!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, astrosistah April Elliott Kent has come out with her new book! Check it out: Do you want a “rock star” Leo marriage or an enduring Taurus union? Wedding planning mixes with astrology in Star […]

Pluto in Capricorn and the Surveillance State

posted by Lynn Hayes

Let’s take a break from the festival of hope I’ve been championing in these pages, and talk about something much more insidious: The FBI is gearing up to create a massive computer database of people’s physical characteristics, all part of […]

Predictions for Year of the Rat

posted by Lynn Hayes

There are a lot of things you can learn in the astrological world, but keeping track of basic Western astrology is about as much as I can manage. Still, synchronicity is at work everywhere, and Chinese astrology probably is just […]

The Descent of Britney Spears

posted by Lynn Hayes

Quite a few of you have written asking me to give an update on Britney Spears, which you can find at the National Ledger. Britney is going through some difficult planetary cycles, but they are no more intense than the […]

Sunday inspiration for Hope

posted by Lynn Hayes

A new day is dawning… We have been engulfed by the politics of fear for too long, where 9/11 was used as a way to scare up votes instead of a way to bring us together around a common purpose […]

From the Advice Column: What’s wrong with my mom?

posted by Lynn Hayes

I realized I hadn’t posted anything from the advice column for quite some time. I’m very interested in the way health issues manifest in the birthchart, and this was a good example. Q: My mother has been really nervous, lately […]

Pluto in Capricorn: Enough Happiness Already

posted by Lynn Hayes

Capricorn is known for its dour nature and embrace of the difficult, the challenging, and the just plain sad. After all, it is ruled by Saturn whose domain encompasses all of this and worse. So with Pluto having just entered […]

Obama, Early and Late Boomers, and Pluto generations

posted by Lynn Hayes

There are two articles in the latest Newsweek magazine that have inspired posts, so you’ll get one tomorrow about the end of the happiness craze. Today, though, I am excited about Jonathan Alter’s article about the battle between the Early […]

Molly Hall on the New Moon

posted by Lynn Hayes

My own blurb about the eclipse is buried in my article about Super Tuesday, but here’s some wisdom from Molly who coordinates the Astrology pages on About.com: This new Moon (Exact on the 6th at 10:44 pm EST) has the […]

Elsa on the Bill to Ban Fat Diners

posted by Lynn Hayes

I can’t even believe this is happening: A state lawmaker wants to ban restaurants from serving food to obese customers — but please, don’t be offended. He says he never even expected his plan to become law. “I was trying […]

Super Tuesday and the Eclipse

posted by Lynn Hayes

Tomorrow voters in 24 states plus American Samoa will go to the polls to express their opinion about the presidential election. Most of us know by now that we don’t really get to vote for our president (maybe this is […]

Online classes coming!

posted by Lynn Hayes

If you’re on my mailing list you already know about this, but for you others I’m preparing to begin online classes in March. I’m trying to finalize the times of classes and before I do this I’d like to know […]

Superbowl Astrology: Quarterback Chic

posted by Lynn Hayes

This will not be a post to predict who will win the Superbowl, because frankly I know nearly nothing about who is playing or what factors are involved here. But an article in last week’s Fashion section of the New […]

The mysterious case of Societe Generale

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last week the #2 bank in France, Societe Generale, was brought to its symbolic knees after 31 year old trader Jerome Kievel caused a $7 billion dollar loss to the bank by setting up false accounts and transferring over $73 […]

Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Here’s the intro, you can sign up to receive these monthly updates on my website: As February begins, Mercury has just turned retrograde and Mars has just turned direct, so there is a bit of a feel of moving forwards […]

Tales from Mercury Retrograde

posted by Lynn Hayes

A friend of mine sent me an email containing her Mercury Rx story: “There have been power outages and surges following me around. First the power went out here at home two nights ago, and then when we went to […]

Mars Direct, Mercury Retrograde

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mars turned direct yesterday, and Mercury turned retrograde the day before. Part of us is looking back (Mercury), part of us is ready to move into the future once again (Mars). Mercury is conjunct Neptune now in Aquarius, correlating to […]

A Look at Unpredictable Sean Young

posted by Lynn Hayes

The National Ledger has my article on Ms. Young’s colorful life and the square from Scorpio Mars to Uranus that has a lot to do with her unpredictable behavior.

Midlife is hard? Of course!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Image by Ellen Rixford In the news today: Not only is the mid-life crisis a bona-fide affliction but 40-somethings from Canada to Uzbekistan grapple with it every day, a groundbreaking new study has found. Researchers examined the life satisfaction of […]

Mercury Rx through the houses

posted by Lynn Hayes

Heather Walden has posted this down-to-earth guide for managing Mercury retrograde. Look to see where Mercury in Aquarius falls in your chart, and follow her sage advice: 1st house – personal identity Follow the bouncing fire ball. Remember those old […]

Mercury retrograde alert!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mercury is just about to go retrograde as I write this. Mercury is in Aquarius where it rules technology, innovation and electricity, and it will remain in Aquarius throughout the retrograde period. Mercury retrograding back through Aquarius could make it […]

Voices for Healing and Vision

posted by Lynn Hayes

I have just discovered Tina Malia and listened to her most of the day yesterday. Her voice and music is expansive and opens the heart and soul to the yearning for awakening and the hope that transformation is truly possible, […]

The Agony and Ecstacy of the Kundalini experience

posted by Lynn Hayes

Beth Owl’s Daughter has a wonderful article on the experience of the Kundalini awakening: [T]he unplanned, or explosive kundalini awakening can be life-shattering and may result in years of difficulty, as we try to integrate and stabilize our changed sense […]

Wild swings in the markets

posted by Lynn Hayes

As befits the waning days of Pluto’s reign in Sagittarius, optimism on Wall Street prevailed over the facts. “What has happened is the Fed is flooding the system with liquidity and eventually we should see some traction in the economy,” […]

Heath Ledger and the Saturn Return

posted by Lynn Hayes

This is one I wasn’t expecting. Heath Ledger was found dead today in an apartment in the Soho district of Manhattan with an empty bottle of prescription sleeping pills by his bedside and pills strewn over his body and the […]

Correction in the stock market – panic or go with the flow?

posted by Lynn Hayes

As I write this, the US markets are gearing up for the opening bell and doom and gloom are all over the airwaves. “Panic of 2008″ shrieks Drudge. “Profits Plunge.” The Fed has lowered interest rates by 3/4 of a […]

Full Moon, Mars Direct and Mercury Retrograde! and other planetary news this week!

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Sun entered Aquarius yesterday, beginning a new solar cycle of innovation, humanitarian interest and technological brilliance. Today we have new opportunities for long-range planning and vision work with the alignment of Jupiter trine to Saturn, allowing us to harness […]

April on wedding planning

posted by Lynn Hayes

April Elliott Kent is the go-to astrologer for setting wedding dates and has now published her trade secrets online. She begins with a tale of a bad marriage that may have had its expiration date extended with good astrology, and […]

Bill Clinton, Anger and the Eclipse

posted by Lynn Hayes

Our Bill (as I fondly call him) is widely noted for the charm of his Libra ascendant (and an astonishing five planets in Libra!!) and his ability to schmooze with just about anyone. He is also widely known for a […]

The Jupiter Saturn trine

posted by Lynn Hayes

Linea posted a link to my article from December on the Jupiter/Saturn trine, reminding me that the first phase of this cycle is coming up on the 20th and we are definitely under its effect. If it’s not too weird, […]

Pluto in Capricorn: A History Lesson

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Elsa and Top Ten Astrology News for this great article by Shane Ward on Pluto’s imminent entry into Capricorn written back in 2004. The previous ingress of Pluto into Capricorn was 7 January 1762. (For the record only […]

UFO flies over Texas!

posted by Lynn Hayes

More than 30 people over the past week have seen a UFO flying over Stephenville Texas. “It was very intense, bright lights,” said local newspaper reporter Angela Joyner. “The lights were like going like this,” said Constable Leroy Gateman making […]

Another failure of Sun Sign astrology

posted by Lynn Hayes

I could probably be a lot more famous if I was willing to write a Sun Sign column. I don’t know why I’m so stubborn, without newspaper horoscopes hardly anyone would even know about astrology. And after writing the Vanity […]

The death of Christopher Bowman

posted by Lynn Hayes

The National Ledger has my article about the tragic death of former figure skating champion Christopher Bowman at the age of 40 (see right). For more commentary see Jill’s nostalgic look at Bowman in his heyday (see left).

John Townley on Election 2008

posted by Lynn Hayes

John Townley has done a yeoman’s job of creating composite charts between each presidential candidate and the Sibley chart for the United States. John was one of the early pioneers of the composite chart technique and probably understands it better […]

Sunday Haiku

posted by Lynn Hayes

Beautiful words from Matsuo Basha Winter solitude–in a world of one colorthe sound of wind. photo by Pete Leonard from Corbis

For Pluto in Capricorn: A New Breed of Money!!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I know, I know…this is partisan politics and not worthy of such a lofty astrology blog. ——–

A week of Venus

posted by Lynn Hayes

art from occultopedia Venus rules the skies this week. Venus is the goddess of love and beauty, and her namesake planet presides over all things relating to interpersonal relationships, the force of attraction, aesthetics, values, sensuality, self-indulgence, harmony and balance. […]

Add fourteen years to your life! My plan to repair the US healthcare system

posted by Lynn Hayes

Let’s put this under Saturn in Virgo, where the reality (Saturn) of our healthcare system and personal health routines (Virgo) are tested. People who adopt four healthy behaviours — not smoking; taking exercise; moderate alcohol intake; and eating five servings […]

Hillary Clinton: An astrological update

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mrs. Clinton has had a rough couple of year from the planetary perspective, with transiting Saturn running rampant over her Leo and Scorpio planets and transiting Pluto tearing up the square in her chart from Uranus to the Moon. But […]

Link cleanup

posted by Lynn Hayes

It appears that many of my fellow astrobloggers have gone on to find other things to do, so I’m going to clean up the blogroll and remove any sites that haven’t been updated in the past couple of months. If […]

More on sunspot cycles

posted by Lynn Hayes

Rich is the scientist in our family, and he was commenting after reading my post on the new sunspot cycles that since these cycles alternate between positive and negative, perhaps each 11- year cycle is actually one-half of a larger […]

New Moon and other planetary news this week

posted by Lynn Hayes

art stolen from Quinn McDonald Mercury passed yesterday from practical Capricorn into innovative Aquarius. This marks a transition in the way we process information and communicate with each other (Mercury’s domain), and Mercury will be in Aquarius longer than usual […]

Astrology in the corporate world

posted by Lynn Hayes

I was interested to find this article about the growing acceptance of astrology in the business world, since it has long been my fantasy to work with Human Resource departments to explain the behavior of employees: Fate and timing have […]

China: The face of Pluto in Capricorn

posted by Lynn Hayes

If you have any question about where the balance of power in the world is heading, check out this article from Mother Jones entitled “The Last Empire: Can the world survive China’s rush to emulate America’s way of life?” The […]

Barack Obama Shines in Iowa

posted by Lynn Hayes

(Disclosure: Obama is my pick for President in 2008). One year ago I wrote an astrological profile of Barack Obama when it appeared he had some real staying power for the Democratic party. Previously he had been little known other […]

Jupiter/Pluto and the Bhutto assassination

posted by Lynn Hayes

Portrait of Benazir Bhutto by Daisy/Lapata I have not had the time to work on the profile of Ms. Bhutto which I promised some of my readers, but Jessica Murray (author of Soul Sick Nation) has done it for us […]

New sunspot harbinger of new solar cycle

posted by Lynn Hayes

According to this article: A new 11-year cycle of heightened solar activity, bringing with it increased risks for power grids, critical military, civilian and airline communications, GPS signals and even cell phones and ATM transactions, showed signs it was on […]

The return of Earth

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo by Tony Howell Dharmaruci wrote a post yesterday citing my comments about the return of the outer planets to the earth element after nearly ten years, and noting the connection to the lack of achievement and accomplishment on the […]

Welcome to 2008! An astrological look ahead

posted by Lynn Hayes

Padma Planet, by Aya 2007 was a pretty big year, astrologically speaking. We had the conjunction of Pluto to the Galactic Center, the first time this has occurred since the Galactic Center was mapped. We had the opposition of Saturn […]

An astrological look back at 2007

posted by Lynn Hayes

Happy New Year everyone! Today I give you Phil Brown’s look back at the year in astrology and fantastic link extravaganza. I’ve copied the whole article here for your convenience, but please be sure to visit Phil’s website for other […]

January Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I can’t believe it’s nearly January 1st, but so it is and the January Skywatch is posted here. Here’s an introduction: For quite a while now, the planetary placements have shown a lack of the earth element but as we […]

The Penns call it quits

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sean and Robin Wright Penn have announced that they are divorcing. I am a huge fan of Robin Wright Penn – her beauty is so tender and delicate yet she has such a hard edge as well. I recently watched […]

More on the Pakistan crisis

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Joe for the heads up on JM’s analysis of the situation in Pakistan. I have left her a comment to see where she obtained the data for the partition chart is midnight of August 15, 1947. The chart […]

A crisis for Pakistan

posted by Lynn Hayes

Benazir Bhutto was killed yesterday in a suicide bombing widely attributed to the Taliban and Al Qaeda although some suspect the work of Pervez Musharraf while government officials report that no bullet or shrapnel was found in her body and […]

Pluto in Capricorn: Part III – What can we expect?

posted by Lynn Hayes

If you missed Parts I and II you can read the article in its entirety here. Although Pluto will enter Capricorn for the first time in January, it will retrograde back into the late degrees in Sagittarius in June 2008 […]

Peace on earth, and good will to all sentient beings

posted by Lynn Hayes

Despite the many questions as to the legitimacy of this holiday, there are words attributed to Jesus that still have deep meaning on an esoteric level; particularly those from the gnostic or Essene writings. “Be calm, be loving unto others, […]

New Year Special!! Turn your resolutions into reality

posted by Lynn Hayes

(This post will stay at the top until Christmas so see below for newer posts.) I’m offering a special during January only: a 30-minute visioncrafting session for only $30. Changing our belief systems and creating a new vision for our […]

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