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The Astrology Of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Life And Death

posted by Matthew Currie

Philip Seymour Hoffman died Sunday of an apparent drug overdose. He was 46 years old. For many, he was one of those actors who always made an impression, yet somehow melted into his character, yet always remained somehow distinctly himself… […]

Justin Bieber And Neptune: The Astrology Of Sizzurp

posted by Matthew Currie

 (DISCLAIMER: I am just as suspicious as you are of anyone my age who has given more than two minutes worth of thought to Justin Bieber — but hear me out.) Normally I’m an optimist. I’ve seen enough bad times […]

Shia Labeouf: A Shanda For Gemini (Or Maybe Not)

posted by Matthew Currie

“It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.” -Matthew Currie (or maybe George Washington) In Jewish culture, there is a concept called a shanda (pronounced “shonda”). All people have a concept of “shame” of course, but a […]

Uranus, Pluto, And The Re-Paving Of Kim Kardashian

posted by Matthew Currie

As I have written here before, the long and grinding Uranus-Pluto square is having a distinct effect on the world and on the unique pressures being brought to bear on its people. When it comes to larger societal effects, I’ve […]

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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 »

The Astrology Of A Customer Service Call
Today: a special blog entry that everyone can enjoy, whether they're into astrology or not. If you are a fan of astrology, read on. If not, skip ahead to the part after the video. Either way, everyone wins! *** Astrology can predict the general course of a day, but just because you're having "good

posted 7:16:52pm Jul. 17, 2014 | read full post »

Fun And Fabulous Prizes With Jupiter In Leo!
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 "growth" and "wow, I had such a great time –

posted 10:56:02am Jul. 16, 2014 | read full post »


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