Oh My Stars
February 2014 Archives

(Finally — a practical astrology forecast that EVERYONE can use, regardless of their Sign! Make sure you bookmark this page and come back — it could be the most useful thing I’ve written all month!) Below is a listing for […]

(This is part one of a two-part look at the role of Chiron in the birth chart. If you don’t like that, well… Chiron doesn’t rule “good times,” but it’s certainly necessary.) I was sitting around last night contemplating my […]

TG writes: “I had an astrological report done when I was 18 – I’m now 41. Parts of that report have stuck with me all my life and I feel like they are holding me back. What I don’t know […]

The big astrological event of the season will be the Cardinal Grand Cross in April. This sort of thing causes plenty of excitement with astrologers, because a Grand Cross combines all the frustrations and tensions of a Square with another […]

I’ve done a lot of different jobs in my time: writer, group home worker, insurance adjuster, Internet system operator, letting people yell at me about their phone service, personal assistant… but of all the titles I’ve had, “astrologer” has stuck […]

Since Valentine’s Day this year is also a Full Moon… and not an especially romantic one either, fraught with all the emotional perils of a Full Moon loaded with Mercury Retrograde (your big chance to say the wrong thing or […]

“Bureaucrat Conrad, you are technically correct — the best kind of correct!” -Futurama Organizations, like people, have birth charts. Those birth charts can have good transits and bad transits, good days and bad days, just like any individual. A birth […]

(This is a part of the “Astrology Of Love And Compatibility” series. Part One is HERE)   (WARNING: Just as many of you have in the past at some point defended your choice in Loved Ones against well-meaning friends who […]

(This is part of the “Astrology Of Love And Compatibility” series.) Once again, science has backed up something that many of us knew all along: Overall, “bad boys” get the girl (or get more girls) more often than “good boys.” […]

Philip Seymour Hoffman died Sunday of an apparent drug overdose. He was 46 years old. For many, he was one of those actors who always made an impression, yet somehow melted into his character, yet always remained somehow distinctly himself… […]

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