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The Heliocentric Star of Bethlehem

posted by Lynn Hayes

(reposted from last year) This is really fascinating. John Charles Webb Jr. left a comment with a link to his site which postulates that the “star” of Bethlehem was not an astronomical event but was in fact an astrological alignment […]

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The Cardinal energy of the Cancer Ful lMoon

posted by Lynn Hayes

Tomorrow’s Full Moon (December 23 at 8:17 pm EST) is tightly connected to the Winter Solstice since the Sun has only advanced one degree since the Solstice point. These cardinal points mark a seasonal shift, but because of the sign […]

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Chart for the Winter Solstice

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo from NASAThe charts for the four cardinal points (solstices and equinoxes) when the Sun moves into the four cardinal signs (Aries at the spring equinox, Libra at the fall equinox, Capricorn at the winter solstice and Cancer at the […]

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Tales of Yule for the Solstice

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Winter Solstice occurs in the northern hemisphere when the Sun enters the sign of Capricorn, and this year it occurs early Saturday morning December 22, at 1:08 am EST. I’ll write more on the Solstice chart in a few […]

Vladmir Putin is Man of the Year?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Time Magazine has declared Vladmir Putin to be Man of the Year for 2007, saying he is the single person with the most power in the world to influence global events. Time calls Putin “the new Tsar,” saying that although […]

Pluto in Capricorn: Part II – The Historical View

posted by Lynn Hayes

This is Part II of the Pluto in Capricorn series. Pluto will be enter Capricorn for the first time January 25, 2008 and will retrograde back into Sagittarius one final time on June 14. It will journey back into Capricorn […]

Close encounter with Mars and the Geminid Meteors

posted by Lynn Hayes

From Spaceweather.com: On Tuesday evening, Dec. 18th, Mars makes its closest approach to Earth until the year 2016. At a distance of only 55 million miles, Mars outshines every star in the night sky (it is slightly brighter than Sirius) […]

A true story: Creating a vision

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ve down with a bad flu bug so I’ll pick up the Pluto in Capricorn series as soon as I am feeling back to normal. Meanwhile I wanted to share a true story of what happened to a friend of […]

Jupiter in Capricorn and the Saturn trines

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m going to take a break from Pluto in Capricorn to discuss Jupiter, which paves the way for Pluto when it enters Capricorn on the 18th. Jupiter takes roughly a year to go through each sign of the zodiac, and […]

Pluto through Capricorn 2008-2024

posted by Lynn Hayes

This is going to be long, so I’m going to serialize it over the next few days! Image is The Tower from the Glastonbury Tarot, a much less frightening image than the Tower in other decks. The Tower in the […]

From the advice column: My daughter is wearing me out!

posted by Lynn Hayes

One of the more interesting applications of astrology is to identify the underlying nature of our relationships. People ask: Why does my husband think I’m critical of him? Why am I always angry around my co-worker? Usually the conflict is […]

Can Hillary Clinton Win? View from the asteroids

posted by Lynn Hayes

Rollan McCleary sent me this link to an article he wrote that is quite fascinating. Some excerpted tidbits: Opposite Hillary’s name asteroid and conjunct her so called Nadir angle,( the home base in any chart) is of all things asteroid, […]

All about the Jupiter Pluto conjunction

posted by Lynn Hayes

When you combine the Cosmic Santa Clause with the Lord of the Underworld (© Robert Wilkinson) all kinds of things can happen. You can get a phenomenal (Pluto) understanding of the Universe (Jupiter). You can also get a gigantic (Jupiter) […]

I missed the New Moon! and other planetary news

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sorry y’all – when I returned I was obsessed with this mall shooting and didn’t catch up on where the planets were. Those of you who subscribe to Skywatch have already had this information, but for newbies and visitors here’s […]

Robert Hawkins: Astrological profile of the Mall Shooter

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last Thursday, December 5, a young man walked into a shopping mall in Omaha Nebraska and shot thirteen people, eight of them fatally, before turning the gun on himself. He left a suicide note saying that he was a piece […]

I’m back!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Hello dear readers – I am back from my journey. This is the longest I’ve gone without blogging in two years! But I see that Dharmaruci and Neith have provided you with great articles while I’ve been gone and I […]

Jupiter-Pluto and the End of the War on Terror?

posted by neith

Posted by Dharmaruci On 12th December there will be an exact conjunction of Jupiter and Pluto in Sagittarius. It relates to all sorts of things, such as the sub-prime scam and the bursting of the credit bubble. But it also […]

Mercury on My Mind

posted by melody

With Mercury currently moving through my 1st House and encouraging me to babble, some observations about Mercury in the natal chart have come to mind. There are several of us in the astro-blogosphere who have Mercury conjunct Mars natally. Mine […]

Bits and Pieces…

posted by neith

Posted by DharmaruciResearchers think they may have found the first evidence of another universe. They have found a cold spot in the sky, where there are far less stars than there ought to be, and one explanation is the impinging […]

Understanding the Vertex Better

posted by melody

Posted by Neith. Lately I’ve been taking time to do more reading at Top Ten Sources for Astrology and have found some interesting paths to travel down. Just recently I happened across an article on the Vertex in the natal […]

GORDON BROWN’S CHAOS (Part 2)

posted by neith

Posted by Dharmaruci: I wrote in ‘Gordon Brown’s Chaos’ on 4th August this year: “There has been a remarkable run of uncontrollable national events in the mere 6 weeks since he has been Prime Minister [of the UK]. Within 2 […]

The Natal Chart in Synastry, Part 4 – Saturn

posted by melody

Published by Neith, on Neith on Synastry. Saturn has gotten a lot of bad press over the years yet he has been my saving grace more often than not when Neptune, Uranus or Pluto embroiled me in their fun and […]

TECUMSEH’S CURSE and the US JUPITER

posted by neith

Posted by Dharmaruci: Every US President from 1840 to 1960 who has been elected in a year ending in a zero has died in office. This phenomenon has been attributed to what is known as Tecumseh’s Curse, which appeared to […]

Guest bloggers for you!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ll be on a real vacation next week, so I’ve asked Dharmaruci and Neith to cross-post here. I’ll probably post some vacation pix on my personal journal and I might stop in here a few times too. Have a great […]

Skywatch for December is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

It’s not surprising that there have been so many fires in the news over the past few weeks, since we are experiencing a preponderance of the fire element. With four planets in fire signs and Mars, the most fiery of […]

Pluto and Frodo

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the Peter Jackson films that brought them into vivid cinematic life are steeped in the dark myth and magic that is Pluto’s dark realm. Astrologer Steven Birchfield has written an interesting essay making […]

Harris Poll on Religion

posted by Lynn Hayes

A new Harris Poll has some interesting findings including these: 82 percent of adult Americans believe in God – unchanged since the question was last asked in 2005; Large majorities of the public believe in miracles (79%), heaven (75%), angels […]

Astrology of the Israel/Palestine Peace Talks

posted by Lynn Hayes

Peace talks between Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas begin today following a summit between representatives of 40 different nations, including 14 Arab states. These talks are being led by President Bush, making this one of […]

Speaking of Mars… Mars speaks!!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mars speaks! Here is a post where Mars in Pisces speaks directly, in this case Mars belongs to astrologer Gary Philipson (thanks to Elsa for posting the link on Astrology News). Note the bit about psychosomatic illness, in an elegant […]

The Mindbody Connection

posted by Lynn Hayes

Recently a post from the advice column on the role of “Mars problems” in medical issues prompted one of my brilliant readers to suggest in a comment the work of Dr. John Sarno. After a quick Google I was hooked […]

Mars Rx and the Art of Self Defense

posted by Lynn Hayes

Art by Laura Cameron, thanks to DragonsLordnet.com Robert Wilkinson has a compilation of points on the current retrograde of Mars through Cancer. This cycle is particularly powerful right now since Mars is still stationary after its recent retrograde turn: We […]

Zeitgeist! Movie review

posted by Lynn Hayes

Synchronistically, Kathryn and Elsa and I seem to have watched this movie at the very same time so its entry into the astroblogosphere is well-timed. Zeitgeist is a not-for-profit full-length film that is being distributed over the internet. You can […]

I missed my Blogiversary!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Astrodynamics is two years old as of last week! Thanks, everyone, for the inspiration to write every day, an exercise of devotion that has taught me so much about life as well as astrology, and opened up so many doors […]

Gemini full moon and other planetary news

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Moon will be full in Gemini tomorrow morning at 10:41 am EST. At the Full Moon the lunar principle gains more power, and the instinctive unconscious is more available to us. The Gemini Full Moon brings a facility for […]

Thanksgiving musings and the essence of gratitude

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo from corbis.com I love Thanksgiving as much as the next person. Sharing a feast with friends and family, a few days off at home – cranberry sauce and mashed sweet potatoes with caramelized apples. Not to mention the pumpkin […]

Mary Kate and the Astrology of Twins

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mary Kate Olsen has been hospitalized with a kidney infection at the tender age of 21. The astrology of twins is a fascinating subject, because the psychological issues and conflicts that we all carry within us are usually split between […]

Did crop circles foretell the Exploding Comet?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Crop Circle Connector seems to think so: Modern crop pictures often concern themselves with comets and their strange behaviours. Could the recent outburst of Comet 17P Holmes have been shown in English crop pictures from the summer of 2007, or […]

Sunday Links!

posted by Lynn Hayes

There are some great articles out there today – for your reading pleasure I suggest: Just in time for the conjunction of Pluto with the Galactic Center, Melody reveals that we are entering Night Five of the Galactic Underworld and […]

Setting Intention and Retrograde Mars

posted by Lynn Hayes

When Mars is traveling retrograde, or if Mars is retrograde or otherwise afflicted in our birthchart. It can be difficult for us to meet our needs and achieve our desires. This is not necessarily always because those desires are wrong, […]

From the advice column: Will I ever receive a proper diagnosis?

posted by Lynn Hayes

I have a particular interest in energy medicine and the underlying causes of illness as they appear in the birthchart. This is particularly true of mysterious symptoms that defy diagnosis. That said, I am not a medical professional and my […]

Mars Rx and the US Sun

posted by Lynn Hayes

As noted previously, Mars turns retrograde today. Mars will only travel 1 degree during the entire month of November, between 11 and 12 degrees of Cancer, making its effect more potent. Mars will be sitting within one degree from the […]

Low esteem and materialism go hand in hand

posted by Lynn Hayes

Researchers have found that low self-esteem and materialism are not just a correlation, but also a causal relationship where low self esteem increases materialism, and materialism can also create low self-esteem. The also found that as self esteem increases, materialism […]

Vladmir Putin and the “moral right” to stay in power

posted by Lynn Hayes

Vladmir Putin announced today that he had a moral right to continue to wield influence in Russia. It has long been suspected that he would take steps to stay in power after his term as president runs out next year, […]

The end of the Relentless Optimism

posted by Lynn Hayes

cartoon by Pritchett Cartoons The realism of Saturn in Virgo is beginning to have an effect on the continuing determined optimism of Jupiter and Pluto in Sagittarius with some of the more inflated (Sagittarius) stocks, mostly in tech, falling to […]

Jupiter/Saturn, Sunspot cycles and 2012

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to John and Susan Townley for finding this article about the research of the late Rhodes Fairbridge of the effects of Jupiter on our earthly climate. It has been known for some time that Jupiter has an effect on […]

Return of the Magi: A Film by Kelly Lee Phipps

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Phil Brown for his post announcing the trailer for Kelly Lee’s new film, Return of the Magi: A Documentary of Astrology. Kelly Lee lives in Asheville and came to Raleigh for a fun and exciting evening with the […]

Kali and the Scorpio New Moon

posted by Lynn Hayes

Beth Owl’s Daughter writes on the festival of Diwali which celebrates the dark: Yesterday I ruminated that perhaps our modern culture’s “jumping the gun” on the Yule season has something to do with our deep fear of the dark and, […]

New Moon in Scorpio and the Wild Feminine

posted by Lynn Hayes

Spiritual Aspirations, by Willow Arlenea The New Moon in Scorpio occurred last night in Scorpio (November 9, 7:03 pm EST) . In Scorpio we delve into the underworld of our emotions and face the raw reality of life and death. […]

A Look at Shia LeBoeuf

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m working on an analysis of Musharraf and Bhutto, but meanwhile the National Ledger has my article on the recent crisis of this young actor who, at 21, is experiencing a confluence of the Saturn and Uranus Squares (transiting Saturn […]

Matthew the Astrologer’s Guides to Compatibility

posted by Lynn Hayes

If you haven’t caught Matthew‘s series on compatibility yet, don’t miss it! He offers dating tips for all of the twelve signs, along with hilarious videos for extra emphasis: For Pisces – Goldilocks and the Twelve Signs – “He was […]

New earth-like planet discovered!

posted by Lynn Hayes

“This discovery of the first ever quintuple planetary system has me jumping out of my socks,” says group member and veteran planet hunter Geoffrey Marcy, an astronomer at the University of California at Berkeley. “We now know that our sun […]

From the Advice Column: How do I go forward?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Q: My main problem is this: My marriage has broken up, I need a full-time job but am having problems getting one, I have several important health issues, and I am nearing retirement age but can’t retire for around 18 […]

For my Pakistani readers

posted by Lynn Hayes

I had a request for a simplified version of the post on Pakistan for those who are astrological newbies which I appreciate because even though I usually try to simplify the language sometimes I forget or get carried away with […]

More on the Pakistan chart

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sally at Astroworld tells me that many astrologers use the 1956 chart for modern Pakistan since that is the date that Pakistan was declared an Islamic Republic. It took nearly eight years after the establishment of Pakistan as a nation […]

State of emergency in Pakistan

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo by Caleb Kenna. The nation of Pakistan was created when a Muslim state was carved out of India at a time when Saturn and Pluto were tightly conjunct in Leo, with Mercury, Venus and the Sun also in Leo […]

Jupiter/Uranus and the Brightest Comets

posted by Lynn Hayes

I am finally getting labels on my posts so you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for more easily. In the process, I found the old posts from mid-January 2007 regarding Comet McNaught, which was at that time the […]

News from Mars and Sirius ramblings

posted by Lynn Hayes

The planet Mars has a lot in common with its namesake, the god of war. Both rule over areas of life where we need to harness our aggressive side – where we try to get what we want and protect […]

A glad goodbye to Mercury Retrograde and a Mea Culpa

posted by Lynn Hayes

My everyday readers are very familiar with my terrible proofreading, but today I was worse than usual. I generally start preparing to write the Skywatch article days in advance so that I won’t be caught at the last minute but […]

Mercury goes direct tonight!

posted by Lynn Hayes

And not a minute too soon. After 7 pm Mercury will be traveling direct again. Some astrologers say that the shadow period of Mercury extends after Mercury makes that direct turn, but in my experience any lingering effect of Mercury […]

Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

You can read it here. Busy day today!

Pluto in Leo: The Hip Replacement Generation

posted by Lynn Hayes

I listened to part of a piece today on The Story, a newish show by the fabulous Dick Gordon who moved to Chapel Hill after his NPR show The Connection was taken off the air for being too controversial. Anyway… […]

All Soul’s Night

posted by Lynn Hayes

All Soul’s Night, Loreena McKennitt, with images from the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Pretty much everyone knows now that Halloween derives from the old Celtic festival called Samhain (pronounced Sow’-en) which was celebrated at the halfway point between the […]

Hillary Clinton News

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Molly Nagy for posting a link to this article in the Huffington Post on the astrology of Hillary Clinton who turned 60 over the weekend: Last time I told you I am a one-issue voter. Now I will […]

Dharmaruci on the Zodiac and Fixed Stars

posted by Lynn Hayes

Dharmaruci has written on a very interesting topic this morning: The accuracy of the zodiac. There’s more there too, like how the fixed stars work so well in astrological charts and a look at Hitler’s Mercury, but this is most […]

Matthew the Astrologer’s Guide to Compatibility

posted by Lynn Hayes

If you haven’t caught Matthew’s series on compatibility yet, don’t miss it! Here are a few reasons why, along with hilarious videos for extra emphasis: For Pisces – Goldilocks and the Twelve Signs – “He was so cute, so furry, […]

Kabir on Darkness

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Celtic festival of Samhain, where the veils between worlds is at its thinnest, occurs on November 7 at the midpoint between the Fall Equinox and the Winter Solstice (at 15 degrees Scorpio). Samhain celebrates the darkest time of the […]

Ephemeris of Comet Holmes

posted by Lynn Hayes

Reader Max has delineated the ephemeris for the exploding comet (disclaimer: I make no representation as to the accuracy of this information!! For entertainment purposes only. You can see the details here.

The Exploding Comet and the Galactic Message

posted by Lynn Hayes

The timing of the exploding Comet Holmes at the exact moment of the conjunction of Pluto to the Galactic Center is a fascinating coincidence. Add to this the timing right at the Full Moon and there is a sense of […]

The Universe from Hubble

posted by Lynn Hayes

All about Reese and Jake

posted by Lynn Hayes

Can’t wait to see what the stars have in store for Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhall? Check out my article at the National Ledger (turn on your popup blocker!!).

Comet Holmes: “Just Plain Funky”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Wildfires, exploding comets…what’s next?Photo by Laurent Lavender via spaceweather.com. Up until yesterday Comet Holmes, an obscure comet discovered in 1892, was 25 times fainter than the faintest star that can be seen without a telescope. Suddenly it brightened 400,000 times, […]

Wildfires under Mars in Cancer

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo from bbc.com Because I see everything through the filter of astrological symbolism, I look for correlations. Still, I try not to see them where they don’t exist so I have hesitated to draw any astrological conclusions regarding the fires […]

The astrology of cancer surgery

posted by Lynn Hayes

I have been trying not to take too much fodder for this blog from actual client charts for fear of violating privacy rights, but occasionally something comes up that is too valuable not to share. When this happens I try […]

Another Supermoon this week!

posted by Lynn Hayes

art by Allyson Thomas from art.com Even now the Moon is looking big and beautiful in anticipation of the upcoming Full Moon at perigee (closest to earth) which brings about a Supermoon (® Richard Nolle). This upcoming lunation is not […]

Stock market reversals

posted by Lynn Hayes

Both of the big stock market crashes have happened in October (1929 and 1987) and the mini-crashes have taken place in October too (1989, 2000 and 2002). The markets are usually jumpier in October than they are normally, and in […]

From the advice column: Integrating opposites

posted by Lynn Hayes

>Q: I am Capricorn sun with Cancer moon. This is polarity, and yes my life has been full of utter polarity. Homeless one minute and £30,000 in the bank the next. I have looked on the net for advice to […]

David Copperfield under investigation

posted by Lynn Hayes

David Copperfield has been accused of “sexual misconduct” by an unidentified woman who was evidently a guest at Copperfields $50 million dollar Bahamian retreat, and the FBI subsequently raided his Las Vegas warehouse. Copperfield has the perfect astrological chart for […]

Chris Brennan’s Top Ten Tips

posted by Lynn Hayes

You may have already seen this link on other blogs, but Chris Brennan has written a comprehensive list of what is actually involved in becoming an astrologer. Back in the old days when we had to learn logarithms and buy […]

Chiron turns direct, and more about Mercury retrograde

posted by Lynn Hayes

Chiron turns direct today for the first time since May 21. Over the past 18 months, Chiron has retrograded back and forth over the same nine degrees or so which has had a significant effect on those of us with […]

Who is the real Stephen Colbert?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Stephen Colbert, political satirist and star of Comedy Central’s show “The Colbert (pronounced Colbear) Report (pronounced Repor) has announced his candidacy for president of the United States. He will be running as both a Democrat and a Republican, a “Favorite […]

Russia and Vladmir Putin

posted by Lynn Hayes

In yesterday’s post I reviewed the reasoning behind the various charts for “modern Russia,” the nation that emerged after the fall of the Soviet Union. The one I have selected is the chart from the declaration of independence by the […]

Astrology chart for Russia

posted by Lynn Hayes

With the sudden chill in relations between the US and Russia I went on the hunt for a birthchart for modern Russia and found this is a complicated question. December 8, 1991 is the date that Belarus, the Russian Federation […]

Kate Hudson’s Relationship Saga

posted by Lynn Hayes

This will go up at the National Ledger today. Kate Hudson started seeing Dax Shepherd on the rebound from her relationship with Owen Wilson last summer, and it is now reported that she has ended the relationship. While news reports […]

New dimensions of space and time

posted by Lynn Hayes

fractal art from Alice WebbJust in time for the square of Jupiter to Uranus, and proving once again that scientists don’t know everything, Ursi posted this link last week to an article on a new theory of six dimensions in […]

Pars Fortuna, Aspects and Energy

posted by Lynn Hayes

Wheel of Fortune tarot card by Nigel Jackson A reader wrote me about the significance of the multitude of Kites, Mystic Rectangles and Yods in her chart but upon closer examination, many of these aspects involve the Part of Fortune […]

New Moon! And other planetary news

posted by Lynn Hayes

Yesterday was tremendously busy and I missed the opportunity to write on yesterday’s New Moon (which took place on Wednesday on the US west coast). We are still within the range of its effects and there are other interesting planetary […]

Dharmaruci: Strange New Worlds

posted by Lynn Hayes

Dharmaruci has a great article on the discoveries of new worlds that have taken place since the Uranus/Neptune conjunction in the early 1990s. Take a look!!

From the advice column: Career advice

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo from Jupiter Images Q: I am in need of career advice! I have a BA in psychology and have been in a PhD program in a top-ranked business school for the last two years.This program was my top choice […]

News of the Weird: Jupiter squares Uranus

posted by Lynn Hayes

Energy #1 from Lise Nilson In my journal the other day I posted these news items that ran that day indicating the tremendous stress that people seem to be under right now: a woman arrested at an airport strangles herself […]

Pamela Anderson tries again

posted by Lynn Hayes

Pamela Anderson has married Rick Salomon, who has achieved a certain amount of notoriety from his six-minute marriage to Shannon Doherty and is successful internet marketing of the Paris Hilton sex tape in which he stars. You have to admire […]

The Prophet on the Jupiter/Uranus square

posted by Lynn Hayes

JM has posted this lovely excerpt from Kahlil Gibran echoing some of the themes of the square between Jupiter and Uranus which is exact today: If it is an unjust law you would abolish, that law was written with your […]

Tonight’s Sky

posted by Lynn Hayes

A beautiful Flash movie of the sky in October.

The beginnings of Mercury Retrograde

posted by Lynn Hayes

Astrologers differ on when the retrograde effects of Mercury begin. Some feel that the effects begin during the shadow period, others insist that the effects are not evident until the retrograde occurs. I personally have found that this question depends […]

Inspiration for setting intention

posted by Lynn Hayes

What to Remember When Wakingby David Whyte © 1999 In that first hardly noticed moment in which you wake,coming back to this life from the othermore secret, moveable and frighteningly honest worldwhere everything began,there is a small opening into the […]

From Space.com: A Celestial Summit Meeting

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to my Timewave Zero list for posting this article: The brilliant planet Venus arrives at the pinnacle of its current morning apparition next week, rising at, or shortly before 3:20 a.m. local daylight time, its earliest rising time this […]

A look at Mitt Romney

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mitt Romney is gaining a bit of a reputation as a flip-flopper, but with three planets in Pisces (plus Ceres) it’s his nature to be adaptable. Pisces is the most watery of the water planets: Cancer is an earthy water […]

Ken Ring’s Predictions

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Linea at KT the Astrologer’s site for posting this link of a TV interview with New Zealand astrologer Ken Ring predicting weather for the next year. He is very moon oriented in his projections, and it’s rather interesting […]

“A Naked Singularity” and the Uranus factor

posted by Lynn Hayes

art from www.starchildglobal.com Terence McKenna described human development as a series of events that repeat each other in multiple dimensions with an end point. Wikipedia calls this “a succession of historical periods which are “compressed” versions of each other” and […]

The Supermoon

posted by Lynn Hayes

I didn’t sleep much over the past week, a fact which I attribute to the power of the moon shining in my window. When we built our house we took the passage of the moon into consideration, and it rises […]

Trust the planets!

posted by Lynn Hayes

image from Jupiter ImagesAfter over 25 (gak!!) years of studying astrology and 20 years doing readings I never doubt the planets. I may doubt the client’s memory or understanding, or my own interpretations, but I never doubt that the astrology […]

Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

This month we see the final phase of the conjunction of Pluto with the Galactic Center, and it takes place on the Full Moon. Pretty exciting! Here’s the introduction and details for the first week of October: As October begins, […]

“Marcel Marceau and the Sounds of Silence”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Check out Phil Brown’s post on the life of the gifted mime Marcel Marceaux who died last week. Phil points out that Astrotheme‘s chart shows Gemini rising, although I am always a bit suspect of their birthtimes which are unattributed. […]

Mars enters Cancer

posted by Lynn Hayes

Fiery Mars entered the watery sign of Cancer today. Cancer is the sign of tribe affiliation; in Cancer we protect those that we love and those whom we consider members of our clan as well as our family. In Cancer […]

From the advice column: Where is this relationship going?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Q: My boyfriend and I have been together for 2 years and a half. We were supposed to move together at his place in June, but we had to call it off. My boyfriend’s mother went crazy about it, planting […]

Burma’s Astrological History

posted by Lynn Hayes

photo from BBC News Burma is a country where the art of astrology is a respected tool in national affairs, and the date and time of the founding of Burma took into consideration the astrological influences at the time. A […]

The Britney meltdown continues

posted by Lynn Hayes

The National Ledger has my latest update on the Britney Spears saga. This is what happens when you combine the Sagittarian blind optimism with an Aquarian Moon and throw in a square of Chiron to that Moon in the natal […]

Aries Full Moon tomorrow!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Over the past week Mercury has been harmonizing with both Pluto and Mars, facilitating resolution of the anger and breakdowns that erupted with the Sun/Pluto/Mars T-square a week ago. Mercury is the messenger and its presence now in the release […]

Astrology Fund in the News

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m taking a few days off so the advice column will be delayed until later in the week, but meanwhile take a look at this coverage of Henry Weingarten’s Astrology Fund on the financial website TheStreet.com: For instance, earlier this […]

Sunday Poetry from Owl’s Daughter

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Beth for this beautiful poem. The End of Summerby Peter J. Gorham Turn and take the summer with you to its fall.Take away its outlook and its need–the message of the sun at hilltop–and hand it to the […]

Autumnal Equinox 2007

posted by Lynn Hayes

The equinoxes are magical points in time when the day and night are of equal lengths. These are times of balance and correspond roughly to the ascendant/descendant axis in the birthchart. The spring equinox (in the tropical system) takes place […]

Elsa P tells it like it is!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I love this woman.

Day of At-one-ment

posted by Lynn Hayes

Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish year; the day when God seals the fate of his people for the coming year. It is a day of confession that follows ten days of self-examination and repentance beginning at […]

Alan Greenspan and astrology

posted by Lynn Hayes

I watched Alan Greenspan’s interview with Jon Stewart this morning. If you really want to know how fragile our financial system is, watch the video here. The interesting thing from an astrological viewpoint was Greenspan’s admitting that the financial markets […]

Mars/Pluto in the news

posted by Lynn Hayes

The combination of Mars in Gemini, the sign of communication, opposed to Pluto in Sagittarius denotes an escalation of verbal confrontation, threats of war and the concept of speaking truth to power. Rather than seeing outright war in the news, […]

Stages in relationships and TV review

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ve been watching the new HBO show “Tell Me You Love Me” which is a dream for anyone interested in analyzing relationships. The show details the intimate emotions and sexuality of three young couples in various stages of marriage and […]

Hemlines and the stock market

posted by Lynn Hayes

Evidently the fashion industry has declared that hemlines will go lower this year, causing many to speculate about the anecdotal link between hemline length and the stock market. For the past few fashion seasons hemlines have been high and the […]

Mars and Pluto – Dying to be understood

posted by Lynn Hayes

JM, as always, has an interesting take on the current Mars/Pluto opposition: Anybody getting into verbal quarrels deeper than ususal these days? Mars in Gemini (communication) will be spending the whole week closing in on the opposition to Pluto (death) […]

From the advice column: Neptune problems

posted by Lynn Hayes

A client writes with some vivid imagery: I’m very, very tired… the past 45 days have been killer for me, and though I know “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger,” I wish I hadn’t gotten all of […]

Geek needed!

posted by Lynn Hayes

I am seeking a professional geek to help me on a paid and ongoing basis with various website stuff like repairing the signup form on my website, helping with both Blogger and WordPress, that sort of thing. Please email me […]

Chris Brennan on Richard Dawkins

posted by Lynn Hayes

Chris is one of the smartest astrologers around, and he has a great breakdown of four of Dawkins’ arguments against astrology. Here’s just the fourth, but it presents an excellent discussion of the argument between the tropical zodiac (0 degrees […]

The 2007 Mars/Pluto opposition cycle

posted by Lynn Hayes

Mars is moving through the last degrees of Gemini and approaching an opposition to Pluto which will be exact on September 21, just in time for the Autumn Equinox on September 23 when the Sun enters Libra. Many believe that […]

Doom and gloom for autumn 2007

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to Elsa as always for finding this interesting article from Theodore White, a traditional astrologer, about upcoming fall events. As many of you know, I have a strong dislike for the consideration of certain planetary events or placements as […]

Great astrology, with jokes

posted by Lynn Hayes

Elsa and Neith have both posted on Matthew the Astrologer’s blog which I just found today. It is really hilarious! Here’s his take on astrological excuses for bad behavior during the excuse the eclipse: ARIES: “Nothing was happening, so I […]

Who is Fred Thompson?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Fred Thompson announced his bid for the presidential election last week just in time for the eclipse. You wouldn’t think an eclipse would be the best time to begin an endeavor like running for President, but Fred Thompson wouldn’t care […]

Some say why, others say why not?

posted by Lynn Hayes

A new scientific study reveals that political orientation is related to differences in the way different brains process information. Participants were college students whose politics ranged from “very liberal” to “very conservative.” Scientists instructed them to tap a keyboard when […]

September 11 – An Iconic Day

posted by Lynn Hayes

art by Pepe Piedra Today is the sixth anniversary of the attacks of September 11, the day the world changed. George Bush says “Everything changed after September 11,” and he is of course absolutely correct, and is mirrored by the […]

A time for service and healing

posted by Lynn Hayes

Pluto and Venus both turned direct last week (Pluto on the 7th and Venus on the 8th) and we will begin to feel the energies of our life moving forward for the first time since Pluto turned retrograde back in […]

There is a crack…that’s how the light gets in

posted by Lynn Hayes

ANTHEM by Leonard Cohena song for the end of Saturn in Leoand the new eclipse cycle The birds they sangat the break of dayStart againI heard them sayDon’t dwell on whathas passed awayor what is yet to be. Ah the […]

CEO personal lives and stock prices

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ve said many times that there are too many variables in the financial world to be able to accurately use astrology to predict the rise and fall of stock prices, and now a Danish study reports on links between major […]

Teen suicide rates are up

posted by Lynn Hayes

WASHINGTON, Sept. 6, 2007-Following a decline of more than 28 percent, the suicide rate for 10- to-24-year-olds increased by 8 percent, the largest single-year rise in 15 years, according to a report released today in the Centers for Disease Control […]

William Shakespeare and the “Grand Mutation”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Phil Brown went to see Hamlet last week and offers up an astrological review. This is a very interesting take on the subject so take a look. Phil writes on a phenomena called the “Grand Mutation”: Shakespeare wrote Hamlet under […]

“Anger is the Guard Dog of Denial”

posted by Lynn Hayes

This comes from Donna Cunningham via Top Ten Sources (thank you Elsa!!): Nothing makes us madder than some darned fool telling us the truth! If we grew up in dysfunctional families, in order to survive our upbringing, we learned to […]

The Next 30 Years

posted by Lynn Hayes

This is part III of the series on the US Progressed Sun. Catch up with Part I here and Part II here. The Sun of the US astrological chart (Geeky astrological note: I use the Sibley chart with Sagittarius on […]

Part II: The US Progressed Sun in Aquarius

posted by Lynn Hayes

Catch up on Part I here. The US progressed Sun left Capricorn for Aquarius in April of 1975. The Capricorn period in the US witnessed a huge post-war building boom and rise of social and economic status for many Americans, […]

The Progressed Sun in the US Chart

posted by Lynn Hayes

Part I: 1945-1975 The progressed chart shows the evolution of the individual – although the natal chart, or birthchart, remains the same the progressed chart describes life changes that occur as we age and grow. The progressed Sun changes signs […]

“Everything is Waking Up”

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Age of Aquarius is upon us. Please watch this message of positive inspiration: a film by the collective, for the collective. A very Aquarian idea!

More on ascendant conflicts

posted by Lynn Hayes

A few days ago I pondered the fate of Owen Wilson as it relates to his possible ascendant, and the conflicts that we often encounter between our persona as represented by the ascendant with the rest of our birthchart.Martha Beck […]

Bush’s Reign WIthout his Brain

posted by Lynn Hayes

Sorry – I couldn’t help myself! The Brain, of course, refers to the recent departure of Karl Rove who is commonly known as Bush’s Brain. Nancy Sommers (Waterman) writes a biting commentary on the next few months of Bush’s Reign: […]

“Astrologers differ on the fate of Musharraf”

posted by Lynn Hayes

From Andhra News comes this report: An Indian astrologer thinks that Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf might emerge from his recent troubles, while a British astrologer has predicted that the next two months are the most inauspicious for the General. Washington, […]

Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Here’s a snippet for early September: September begins on the heels of a Full Moon eclipse that occurred on August 28, an event that served as a catalyst to activate unconscious issues that had previously been hidden. For the first […]

Saturn, Regulus and asteroids

posted by Lynn Hayes

Art from the Daily Galaxy Regulus is a fixed star located at 29 degrees Leo, and Saturn is currently sitting right at that point. Regulus is known as the Star of Kings, and April points out the significance of the […]

When the Ascendant conflicts with the rest of the chart

posted by Lynn Hayes

A few days ago I posted on Owen Wilson’s hospitalization which has now been confirmed as a suicide attempt. A USA Today article writes:————–Over the years, Owen Wilson projected the public image of a happy-go-lucky, Hollywood playboy. His crooked-nosed good […]

Reactions to the eclipse

posted by Lynn Hayes

After I posted my eclipse experience yesterday there were quite a few comments from readers sharing their own changes. Each of us has a different path and we are affected differently by planetary events depending on a variety of factors. […]

My eclipse experience

posted by Lynn Hayes

The eclipse has not yet occurred, but the intensity is out there. I’m usually not that sensitive to eclipses but this one has so many planetary aspects there’s something for about everyone. Anyway, I wanted to share this with everyone […]

Owen Wilson is in the hospital

posted by Lynn Hayes

It’s hard to imagine one of entertainment’s funniest and most lovable characters in such a dark place that he would try to end his life, but that is apparently what Owen Wilson did over the weekend. Wilson was most recently […]

Sunday Inspiration for times of change

posted by Lynn Hayes

Do not struggle.Go with the flow of things,And you will find yourself at one withThe mysterious unity of the Universe. ~ Chuang Tzu Photo by Micha Pawlitzki from Corbis.com.

Preparing for Saturn in Virgo

posted by Lynn Hayes

From Beth Owl’s Daughter comes this lovely image that I connected immediately with Saturn’s entry into Virgo next week: As the Summer’s light begins to fade, the sun rises later each day, and the first harvest festival has come and […]

Upcoming Lunar Eclipse

posted by Lynn Hayes

On August 28, the Sun will eclipse the Moon in an event which will be seen only in the South Pacific. According to NASA, the eclipse will be partially visible in the Americas and in Asia, but virtually invisible from […]

Comment issues

posted by Lynn Hayes

Beth just told me that the commenting feature on this site wasn’t working, and then I remembered that during the hoopla over the Dawkins postings I had turned on the comment moderation feature and then promptly forgot about it. I’ve […]

From the advice column: How can I reach a wider audience?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Q:A reader writes: I feel a pull to speak (and write) for a larger audience but every time I schedule a presentation or workshop, few – I mean only 2-4 people – show up. Am I just expecting too much […]

Beware the annual Mars Hoax

posted by Lynn Hayes

An email is circulating, as it has every August since 2003, announcing a once-in-a-lifetime event during which Mars is closer to the earth than it has ever been, and that it will look as large as the Moon. This event […]

Amy Winehouse: a Radical Virgo hits the wall

posted by Lynn Hayes

Amy Winehouse has been rebelling since an early age when she was expelled from school at the age of 12 for piercing her own nose. Her music career began with her own rap duo at age 10. She started playing […]

Who is lonelier?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Elsa has an interesting post today raising the question of the various types of aloneness of Venus/Saturn, Venus/Jupiter and Venus/Uranus. Of course the question depends quite a bit on the rest of the chart and the type of aspects made […]

Venus Retrograde and the stock market

posted by Lynn Hayes

Venus turned retrograde on July 23, a planetary signature often associated with reversals in values and financial direction (since Venus is a ruler of Taurus, ruler of personal wealth). The US Federal Reserve made a surprise announcement on Friday that […]

Thank you Astroworld!!

posted by Lynn Hayes

When I’m looking for astrological connections to news event with an unabashedly liberal slant, I turn to Astroworld, home of two of the great mundane astrology writers: Sally McDonald and Nancy Waterman (known to some of you for Nancy’s Blog). […]

The astrological week ahead

posted by Lynn Hayes

The lunar nodes are highlighted in planetary events for the rest of the month which often indicates a change in direction of some kind. Mars squared the nodes of the Moon yesterday, an event which often requires a change of […]

Reading, Writing and Pagan Religions

posted by Lynn Hayes

Dreamcatcher, by Alan Taylor Are the godless pagans winning the culture wars? You decide: Many public schools have become pagan religion indoctrination centers. These schools now teach children anti-Judeo-Christian beliefs and pagan religions, and try to mold children’s minds through […]

Who is Zac Efron?

posted by Lynn Hayes

A question I had to ask myself. As I told my National Ledger editor, I may be a bit too old for celebrity profiles. But he is the hot new thing as the sequel to the hit movie High School […]

“An astonishingly bright side within darkness”

posted by Lynn Hayes

The New York Times had an article by Jane Brody the other day that is so beautiful I had to share it: Can getting cancer make you happy? For Betty Rollin, survivor of two breast cancers, there’s no question about […]

Saturn/Neptune through the houses

posted by Lynn Hayes

Usually articles that provide astrological information for each sign are using sun signs, which have very little accuracy. Some astrologers recommend that you read those forecasts using your ascendant or rising sign, which in fact WILL provide a more accurate […]

Saturn in Virgo

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’ve posted an article on Saturn’s entry into Virgo in a few weeks: On September 2, Saturn moves into Virgo where it will bring its trademark influences of restraint, discipline, structure, disappointment, limitation, and karmic lessons. Saturn has a natural […]

Astrology in the Halls of Congress?

posted by Lynn Hayes

Astrococktail offers a link to this delicious report: When the moon is in the 7th District Does U.S. Rep. Julia Carson use astrology to make important office decisions?A Capitol Hill newspaper recently quoted a Carson aide saying the Indianapolis Democrat […]

Aquarius Stellium of 1962

posted by Lynn Hayes

Although I have done several readings for people born in 1962 with five or six planets in Aquarius and knew that this was a strong Aquariuan time, I did not realize that on February 5, 1962 there was an astonishing […]

More on Richard Dawkins

posted by Lynn Hayes

The conversation in the comments thread to the last post inspired me to look at Dawkins’ chart and I confess I am quite fascinated with the strong Neptunian signatures that lie therein: Pisces Moon and Mercury, with Pisces Venus opposite […]

Richard Dawkins goes after astrology

posted by Lynn Hayes

Richard Dawkins is a hero of the Saturn/Neptune opposition; his book The God Delusion was published last September as the forces of the establishment (Saturn) railed against the forces of the mystical (Neptune). Back in March, as we passed through […]

Karl Rove Resigns!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Karl Rove has announced in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that he will step down as adviser to the president on August 31. The reason he gave is “to spend more time with his family,” the classic euphemism […]

There’s a moon in my body…

posted by Lynn Hayes

from Kabir… There’s a moon in my body, but I can’t see it!A moon and a sun.A drum never touched by hands, beating, and I can’t hear it! As long as a human being worries about when he will die,and […]

A Neptunian New Moon

posted by Lynn Hayes

The New Moon in Leo takes place on August 12, just in time for the Perseid meteor showers! The darkness of the sky at the time of the New Moon will help make the meteors easier to see as they […]

Fears of Global Liquidity

posted by Lynn Hayes

One interesting byproduct of Pluto in Sagittarius has been the globalization (Sagittarius) of our shared money systems (Pluto) such as the stock market and banking in general. Financial markets all over the world are linked, and a sudden liquidity crisis […]

Musings on Fate and the Progressed Chart

posted by Lynn Hayes

A reader writes that her birthchart is giving her a lot of trouble and she would rather chuck it away in favor of her progressed chart. I wish it was that easy! The birthchart is where we find our inescapable […]

From the advice column: I want to get married!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Q: I want to get married. I have had three proposals and never crossed over to the I do. I go from having a committed relationship lasting years to a complete melt down without an explanation. Why has this heart […]

The problem with celebrity profiles

posted by Lynn Hayes

I really wanted to do a profile on Whoopi Goldberg to celebrate her new job on the View, but I’m finding that not to be an easy task. Astrotheme has a birth time of 12:48 pm which is unsubstantiated anywhere […]

“Boomsday” is coming

posted by Lynn Hayes

Newsweek has a column by Robert Samuelson about the upcoming “Boomsday” – the time (projected to be 2011) when 77 million baby boomers begin hitting the age of 65 and demanding their social security payouts. Because of the nature of […]

Jupiter and the Milky Way at Yellowstone

posted by Lynn Hayes

Click photo to enlage. What an incredible view of the sky!!

Dry and hot in NC, flooding in the UK and Asia!

posted by Lynn Hayes

Today it is 98 degrees with expectations that the temperature will reach over 100 later this week! I have been playing with a variety of astrological configurations to see if I can come up with some astrometerology that makes sense […]

A Saturn Trine Pluto Exercise

posted by Lynn Hayes

The trine of Saturn to Pluto is exact today, although its influence has been approaching for the past couple of weeks or so. The two planets only meet once so this is not a long-term event, but Pluto is still […]

Steven Forrest : Rock Opera Composer

posted by Lynn Hayes

Noted astrologer Steven Forrest is an old friend and teacher of mine in Chapel Hill where we both live, and when his wife Jodi, also an accomplished astrologer, wrote a series of stories about the old Norse gods beginning with […]

Water in the news

posted by Lynn Hayes

It appears to me that the news over the past few weeks has focused heavily on water. A steampipe bursts in NYC. A bridge in Minnesota collapses, sending commuter traffic into the river. Floods in India, China, Nepal and the […]

The Jupiter Station

posted by Lynn Hayes

Kenna asked me about the Jupiter station which is occurring now before Jupiter turns direct on Monday. Jupiter has been in Sagittarius since November of 2006 where the relentless optimism of Jupiter in its own sign has been driving the […]

Pluto in Capricorn: Rebuilding our Infrastructure

posted by Lynn Hayes

Last week I listened to a segment on the Diane Rehm show about the problems we are facing with our crumbling infrastructure, so it was more than a bit creepy to turn on the TV the other night and see […]

John Roberts takes a fall – the astrology of seizures

posted by Lynn Hayes

John Roberts suffered a seizure yesterday and fell at his Maine vacation home on Monday, July 30. This was the second time he had blacked out after experiencing what they are calling a “benign idiopathic seizure,” meaning the medical experts […]

Welcome Third Age Blog!

posted by Lynn Hayes

For those of us who are past midlife, the Third Age site is a great resource. The Third Age blog has commentary on all sorts of subjects, from health to career and general subjects related to the blossoming of life […]

Skywatch is posted!

posted by Lynn Hayes

For those of you on my mailing list, unfortunately the mailing service is down and the individual copies will go out soon. Meanwhile you can read the whole article here. An excerpt for the first few days of the month: […]

The Overview Effect

posted by Lynn Hayes

Phil Brown posted the other day on the Overview Effect, defined here: The Overview Effect is the experience of seeing the Earth from a distance, especially from orbit or the Moon, and realizing the inherent unity and oneness of everything […]

Will Bush/Cheney attempt a coup?

posted by Lynn Hayes

I am swamped today, so I give you Dharmaruci’s excellent take on the future of the Bush’s presidency (and not just because he quotes me!!) But what happens when reality runs so counter to the worldview of an unusually rigid […]

John Roberts takes a fall – the astrology of seizures

posted by Lynn Hayes

John Roberts suffered a seizure yesterday and fell at his Maine vacation home on Monday, July 30. This was the second time he had blacked out after experiencing what they are calling a “benign idiopathic seizure,” meaning the medical experts […]

Mars Square Saturn

posted by Lynn Hayes

The square of Mars to Saturn is exact today, and not a minute too soon. Is it my imagination or has there been many more explosions, car wrecks, dramatic and fiery events lately? Both are still in aspect to Neptune, […]

A look at Bono

posted by Lynn Hayes

U2 singer and world-famous philanthropist Bono has been seen canoodling with Penelope Cruz in St. Tropez, leading many to speculate on a relationship between the two. Photos from the Daily Mail certainly seem to confirm a special tie between them, […]

Pluto transformations

posted by Lynn Hayes

My husband Rich is a very laid-back guy, nothing bothers him very much. He is in the middle of a transit of Pluto square to his Sun, a transit that can be very difficult as we are forced to face […]

Full Moon tomorrow!

posted by Lynn Hayes

The Moon will be full in Aquarius on July 29, with the Moon in opposition to the Leo Sun. Full Moons are oppositions, calling on us to balance two opposing viewpoints. The Leo/Aquarius polarity creates tension between the need to […]

Kathryn on the Venus retrograde and the Golden Mean

posted by Lynn Hayes

Kathryn notes that the Venus cycle from 2001 to 2007 makes the shape of a pentagram with this interesting analysis: It’s interesting to note that Venus is associated with love, harmony and proportion when the pentagram that its 5 retrograde […]

Melody on the Venus Retrograde

posted by Lynn Hayes

I like what Melody has to say on Venus retrograding in Virgo: Because I have a Virgo Moon, a friend of mine who gave me my first real astrology reading told me the story of how Native Americans would weave […]

News from Venus

posted by Lynn Hayes

The lovely Venus, having just entered Virgo a few short days ago, has slowed down for her retrograde turn tomorrow. While traveling backward she will re-enter the more outgoing sign of Leo where she enjoys a good party, at least […]

Bush’s World: Martial Law Without Congress

posted by Lynn Hayes

I can’t believe this has not made it into the mainstream news media. In my update on Bush a few days ago I mentioned this new presidential directive of May 9 declaring martial law in the event of a national […]

“Obama faces Machiavellian Enemy”

posted by Lynn Hayes

Michael Wolfstar O’Reilly and Jeff Jawer of Star IQ are covered in this article in the New York Observer ezine: The fate of the 2008 presidential election might already be sealed—in the fine print on Barack Obama’s birth certificate. Was […]

The You Tube debate

posted by Lynn Hayes

In case you didn’t know, the Democrats held the world’s first You Tube debate last night. Jill has a report this morning that gets right down to the fundamentals of the candidates. I have no link to astrology here, but […]

Faint stirrings of Pluto in Capricorn

posted by Lynn Hayes

I’m working on an article about Pluto’s entry into Capricorn at the end of the year that I will probably serialize in these columns to facilitate its birth, but meanwhile I found a link to this article on the Astroworld […]

Our Magical Universe

posted by Lynn Hayes

Thanks to the Daily Galaxy for this magical tour of the Pelican Nebula: ——–

John Townley on J.K. Rowling

posted by Lynn Hayes

John Townley has posted a timely profile of the author of the Harry Potter series on the Matrix site: Saturn rules the whole operation, the handle of a bucket-pattern chart, but itself in Pisces the Neptune-ruled sign of fantasy, so […]

Mars and the Saturn/Neptune Opposition, Part II

posted by Lynn Hayes

Back in June, Mars interacted harmoniously with the waxing phase of the Saturn/Neptune opposition, adding energy to our ability to synthesize the structural energy of Saturn with the dissolution and transcendence of Neptune. Now, Mars in Taurus will form a […]

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Sunday inspiration: Trusting the future
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Neptune in Pisces and the question of reality
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Leo Full Moon, February 7 2012
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Sunday inspiration: The Great Nest of Being
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