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Fun With Astrology: Pisces, You’re All Wet

posted by Matthew Currie

Once more unto the breach, attempting to make this month more fun than usual.  This time around, we’re going to take a poke at Pisces. And why not? They’re usually sweet and caring enough to let you away with it… […]

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Astrology Of Love And Compatibility: Pisces

posted by Matthew Currie

(This is a part of the “Astrology Of Love And Compatibility” series) AKA: The Fish, the Sign that’s completely surrounded by water yet can’t figure out why it’s always damp. Ruling Planet: Neptune, king of 70% of the Earth’s surface […]

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posted 3:25:31am Feb. 08, 2016 | read full post »

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posted 4:13:31am Jan. 31, 2016 | read full post »

Astrology Of The 2016 Oscars, Part Two: Night Of A Thousand Scars
(Part One, in which I discuss the Pluto Opposition of The Academy Awards, is HERE.) By now you've probably heard about the big Oscar boycott this year. I'm not here to venture an opinion on that - although I believe those protesting have a ...

posted 12:14:43am Jan. 29, 2016 | read full post »

Astrology Of The 2016 Academy Awards: Oscar's Pluto Opposition
The Academy Awards 2016 ceremony promises to be the usual pageant of glamour and excess and congratulations and egos, and all the things we have come to expect from it. But this year the Oscars are facing an unusual astrological challenge: its ...

posted 9:03:31pm Jan. 27, 2016 | read full post »

(Not) The Astrology Of (Maybe) Planet X
Facebook -- where we all get our news from since the collapse of real-world society somewhere around 2010 -- is abuzz with the news that our Solar System is probably home to an undiscovered planet roughly the size of Neptune. As a long time fan ...

posted 1:39:08am Jan. 23, 2016 | read full post »

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