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Knowing when the Moon Void of Course is happening is probably the handiest of all the common astrological techniques. Learn it, make it work for you, and save yourself tons of unnecessary aggravation! Seriously: you want to see what REAL […]

Dear Saturn: Maybe it’s because you’re in Sagittarius now (which has a reputation for being “philosophical”), or maybe it’s because your conjunct my natal Mercury and South Node right now (thanks, no really), but I’ve been pondering your role in […]

Isn’t celebrity astrology great? I could spend all my time talking about the transits my Uncle Fred was having once, but who would care? Whereas, if we can’t always relate to celebrities we at least know who they are (or […]

“The Bachelor: Aries”: He wants to get married… right now! Hurry up and grab your veil, the cab’s waiting! What the hell are you waiting for? Next week: Aries runs away. “Cutthroat Kitchen”: In one of the challenges an opponent […]

I was at home a few evenings ago doing the usual — ignoring both housework and my astrology blog — when the room was filled with a flash of light and a cloud of graveyard-dark smoke. I had been visited […]

One of the best things about being an astrologer is when doing a reading for a client results in a practical course of action that can make for real improvements in the client’s life. Understanding your birth chart, and the […]

Two news stories have been big in the last couple of days that remind me of one of the basic principles of applied astrology. One of them, not surprisingly, is this week’s close conjunction between Venus, Mars, and Jupiter. The […]

12:27 PM To: Matthew Currie From: Beliefnet Editorial Staff Re: Lamar Odom Blog Entry Hi. Just wanted to touch base with you. It’s been some time since you followed up your first blog entry about Lamar Odom like you said […]

“Character is destiny.” -Heraclitus of Ephesus Many people object to astrology on principle because it’s too fatalistic for their tastes. Not many people want to be told that their will is limited, or that there is only so much they […]

It’s true: as one gets older, some things don’t work that used to work when you were young and full of energy, or they don’t work as well, or they work sporadically, or it takes more effort than it used […]