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The last time I wrote about Jupiter in Scorpio, I took a joking approach with the title and the first paragraph. Sometimes one sees terrible and inaccurate over-generalizations made by some astrologers when it comes to the nature of a […]

Ha! Just kidding. But when something as major as a planet changing Signs occurs, there is a tendency to take the nature of the planet, weld it to the nature of the Sign and just throw out some basic statements. […]

Those of you who’ve been reading my blog for a while know that I have occasionally run a feature called “Ask An Astrologer.” This month I will be presenting A variation on that theme: series of questions all about the […]

As the old saying goes, good news is no news. Astrology is far from negative or pessimistic in and of itself, but all too often that is the experience many people have with astrology. To a certain extent that’s understandable. […]

A couple meets. They find each other attractive. The conversation flows smoothly. They fall in love and get married and make 2.5 children and live in a big house with a white picket fence. Are they soul mates? Maybe. A […]

A couple of days ago I had in mind exactly what I was going to write about Jupiter in Virgo. An astrology blog doesn’t exactly write itself, but at any given time there are certain themes happening that are easily […]

Does it seem strange to you that the biggest planet in the Solar System doesn’t get as much press as many of the others, when it comes to astrology? Part of the reason for that is, I think, because Jupiter […]

Jupiter went direct in Leo on Thursday, and this seems like as good a time as any to address the role that planet plays in astrology: specifically, sorting out the differences between the roles of Jupiter and Neptune. I get […]

Astrologers tend to get terribly excited when Jupiter changes Sign, particularly when it’s entering one with a reputation for being “fun” like Leo does. When that happens, it’s time for the astrologers to break out all the keywords like “expansive” and […]