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In some cultures, kids don’t go to the mall to tell Santa what they want for Christmas, they write a letter to Baby Jesus instead. Since we could all use the help this year, I have taken care of this […]

(This is part of the “Ask An Astrologer” series, where I occasionally try to demonstrate how getting a consultation can genuinely help and provide real guidance, using real-life examples. Want to find out for yourself? There’s a link to my […]

Last year, I wrote about the astrology that brought down AshleyMadison.com, a website dedicated to the proposition that if people (men, mostly) were going to cheat on their spouses, someone might as well make a buck off of it. On […]

“Amid the turmoil and tumult of battle, there may be seeming disorder and yet no real disorder at all; amid confusion and chaos, your array may be without head or tail, yet it will be proof against defeat.” -Sun Tzu […]

(This is part of the “Ask An Astrologer” series, where I occasionally try to demonstrate how getting a consultation can genuinely help and provide real guidance, using real-life examples. Want to find out for yourself? There’s a link to my […]

There is a peculiar gift and curse that comes with being an astrologer: being able to see one’s transits and understand how it’s affecting things. That might seem like a strange thing for an astrologer to say. I make my […]

Most people like having a good relationship, but everyone loves numbered lists on the Internet. We are now in the throes of a Full Moon, so I’ve decided to contribute this blog entry, that can help you and your partner […]

Imagine facing circumstances in your life — and transits telling you they’ll only get worse — that are so bad that your best hope is to run down the clock and die before anything worse happens. This is the position […]

(Part One is HERE.) “They’re always trying to error correct, make themselves more human. When they talk to each other, it’s a way of practicing.” “Is that what you’re doing now? Practicing?” -Westworld, on why robots talk to each other […]

If there’s one thing we can all agree on in these difficult and turbulent times, it’s that we all like free stuff. I do what I can to help that way, with my blog here and the new Facebook Page and […]