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What would we do without all the wonderful, exciting this Mars in our birth chart does for us? There would  be no sex, there would be no ambition, and there would be no deep-frying or chopping things up. That’s why […]

Mars is where you get your bollocks from. Named after the God of War, the Red Planet has been a popular source of fictional invaders over the years, and that’s appropriate: Mars has a lot to do with your drives, […]

(Click HERE for the Introduction to the “How To Think With Your Venus” series.) Usually, Signs that are right next to each other don’t seem to have a whole lot in common. However, the last set of neighbors in the […]

(Click HERE for the Introduction to the “How To Think With Your Venus” series.) Both Venus in Sagittarius and Venus in Capricorn can be (as befits their symbols) animals in bed, and/or when pursuing the object of their desires. That […]

(Click HERE for the Introduction to the “How To Think With Your Venus” series.) Love: is it the sweetest thing, or is it a battlefield? That’s the primary difference in the approaches that Venus in Libra and Venus in Scorpio […]

(Click HERE for the Introduction to the “How To Think With Your Venus” series.) Love can be a great adventure, but it can also be a source of infection. Between Leo and Virgo, both possibilities are covered.  Nobody is perfect, […]

(Click HERE for the Introduction to the “How To Think With Your Venus” series.) Oh, Love: so rare, so precious, so damned annoying… at least (potentially) from the perspective of  Venus in Gemini and Venus in Cancer. Venus in Gemini […]

Everybody loves Venus. In your birth chart she rules your love style, the things you like to do when you feel lazy, and your fondness for sweets, among other things. These are all things we spend a lot of our […]

(Since The Moon is often associated with the conditions of one’s childhood, here’s Part Twelve of a twelve-part series about the Moon in your birth chart — your emotional comfort zone — written from both the perspective of a standard […]

(Since The Moon is often associated with the conditions of one’s childhood, here’s Part Eleven of a twelve-part series about the Moon in your birth chart — your emotional comfort zone — written from both the perspective of a standard […]