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The Astrology Of Gwyneth Paltrow And Chris Martin: What Worked?

posted by Matthew Currie

(This is a part of the Astrology Of Love And Compatibility series. Part One, “The Cardinal Grand Cross Uncouples Gwyneth And Chris,” is HERE.) We’ve all seen it before: a friend of yours meet someone new, and you check in […]

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The Non-Panicked Guide To The Cardinal Grand Cross (Introduction)

posted by Matthew Currie

Many of you who are fans of either this blog or astrology in general will by now be familiar with the Cardinal Grand Cross. It is a particularly nasty-looking planetary pileup, in which Mars, Jupiter, Uranus, and Pluto will all […]

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The Cardinal Grand Cross Uncouples Gwyneth And Chris

posted by Matthew Currie

“I asked my dad once, ‘How did you and mom stay married for 33 years?’ And he said, ‘Well, we never wanted to get divorced at the same time’. And I think that’s what happens. … When two people throw […]

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Is Astrology A Science?

posted by Matthew Currie

First of all, if you haven’t read it yet, here is my March Editorial — Why Panic Over Astrology? — in which I discuss the recent American National Science Foundation poll that shows Americans appear to be getting smarter about […]

Astrology Doesn’t Judge, God Hates Nobody, And Fred Phelps Is Dead

posted by Matthew Currie

“As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable twist, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.” […]

Ask An Astrologer: Moon Mood Madness?

posted by Matthew Currie

RM writes: “I have noticed that my whole body and mood changes during the full moon. I am a Cancer.  On that very day I feel very bad and drowsy. I do not like to talk to anyone. I feel […]

The Full Moon: March Madness, The Cardinal Cross, And The Shape Of Things To Come

posted by Matthew Currie

You don’t have to be an astrologer to be aware of the reputation that a Full Moon has for affecting people’s moods. Astrologically, a Full Moon doesn’t have too much of an effect beyond the actual day it happens, but […]

Neptune In Pisces And Penguins In Sweaters

posted by Matthew Currie

Among the many pressing questions that have been raised in The Internet Age… Is the government spying on me? Is my consumption of High Fructose Corn Syrup killing me? Is there GMO wheat in this sandwich, and will that make […]

Electional Astrology, Part Two: Bad Idea, Good Timing – Tommy Wiseau’s “The Room”

posted by Matthew Currie

“I think The Room is something magnetic, a certain magnetism in The Room that is related to human behavior, and that’s why people relate to it” -Tommy Wiseau (In Part One, which you can read HERE, I demonstrated how a […]

Electional Astrology, Part One: Good Idea, Bad Timing – Bitcoin

posted by Matthew Currie

(WARNING: Since the following subject requires a lot of technical explanations, both financially and astrologically, it’s going to be fairly long-winded. I’ll throw in as many jokes as I can to lighten the burden.) You have a beginning, and thus […]

Saturn Retrograde In Scorpio: The Curse Of Ghost Chicken II – The Re-Cluckening

posted by Matthew Currie

Saturn has turned retrograde, stopping at 23 degrees Scorpio and traveling all the way in reverse to 16 degrees Scorpio before moving forward again in July. Some claim retrograde planets are weaker in their overall effects, and others claim they […]

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So About That Big Earthquake In The Next Few Days...
Will a rare planetary alignment generate an enormous earthquake on Earth on or about May 28th of this year at around 2300 hours UT? There are two answers to that: a short one and a long one. The short answer is: No. No, it almost certainly ...

posted 1:58:58am May. 27, 2015 | read full post »

Astrology And The Beautiful Mind Of John Nash
Last time, I looked at how John Nash's most famous contribution to mathematics could help you deal with this week's astrological transits. This time, I'd like to look more at the man himself. Born June 13 1928, 7:00 AM, Bluefield West Virgina, ...

posted 1:41:40am May. 26, 2015 | read full post »

Astrology (And John Nash) Save Your Week
This week's transits require a little extra caution, even though the trickiest of them is exact on Monday when most people aren't operating their heavy machinery at work because of Memorial Day. (A word of explanation to my non-American ...

posted 12:04:59am May. 25, 2015 | read full post »

#Bad #Internet #Astrology #Is #Annoying #Me
We are truly fortunate to live in an age where so much information is freely available on the Internet. When I was a kid growing up in the Seventies, we didn't have the Internet to look information up with, but I lived in a small city which ...

posted 12:26:52am May. 20, 2015 | read full post »

Mars in Gemini: Are You Listening?
Last time, I discussed in fine detail the workings of Mars in Gemini without really getting anywhere at all with it. That's because that's how Mars in Gemini often works. However, if you can learn to work with the (sometimes frantic) mental ...

posted 1:16:50am May. 17, 2015 | read full post »

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