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Attack Of The Saturn-Uranus Quincunx!

posted by Matthew Currie

One of the classic Hollywood formulas is known as “The Odd Couple.” Even if you aren’t familiar with the term, or haven’t seen the original stage play or movie or TV series the concept is named after, I’m certain you’ve […]

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Weekly Horoscope, July 28-August 3, 2014 (Plus Space Explosions!)
(Looking for a fun and easy way to learn what Astrology can REALLY do for you? CLICK HERE for details. Classes starting soon!) Sure, you'll be feeling nice and energetic for a while after Sunday's New Moon in Leo. With luck and a little planning, you had the time to sit down and tell the Universe

posted 5:07:50pm Jul. 27, 2014 | read full post »

Learn Astrology, Save Money, Change Your Life!
Have you ever wanted to learn more about how astrology really works, but got bogged down in all those books and words? Would you like to learn astrology under the guidance of someone who actually does it for a living... in a fun and easy format that works with your schedule? Let me introduce you

posted 3:11:58pm Jul. 26, 2014 | read full post »

Kim Jong-un Ruins Capricorn For Everyone
No matter how you slice the demographic pie, there’s always that one guy who makes everyone else in his group look bad. Over the years I have known many kind and caring and decent Capricorns. On a bad day, they have a reputation for being a bit stiff, and maybe a little too likely to take th

posted 3:22:17am Jul. 24, 2014 | read full post »

I Watched Them Kill Eric Garner
First of all, to my regular readers: there will be precious little astrology in this blog entry. We will return to our regularly scheduled programming next time. To everyone else: welcome. My name is Matthew. I am a writer and an astrological counselor. It is my job to (among other things) help p

posted 10:04:50pm Jul. 21, 2014 | read full post »

Weekly Horoscope For Those Still Earthbound, July 21-27, 2014
Bad news, everyone: it appears we may all be stuck with this place a little longer than we had hoped. Scientists have announced the first habitable exoplanet discovered, Gliese 581, may not be a planet at all, but simply a misinterpretation of the data. Yes, I am as disappointed as the rest of you,

posted 1:33:04am Jul. 20, 2014 | read full post »


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