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Saturn Square Neptune: Nixon Goes To China

posted by Matthew Currie

I (and many other commentators) out there have written about the Saturn-Neptune Square happening now, and how it is the source of many problems and obstacles and generally seems to be making a lot of things collapse. Saturn square Neptune […]

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Saturn In Sagittarius (And The Horse You Rode In On)

posted by Matthew Currie

Dear Saturn: Maybe it’s because you’re in Sagittarius now (which has a reputation for being “philosophical”), or maybe it’s because your conjunct my natal Mercury and South Node right now (thanks, no really), but I’ve been pondering your role in […]

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Saturn In Sagittarius: Cheerleaders To The Rescue!

posted by Matthew Currie

Many an astrologer has spent a lot of time and energy explaining to clients how the energy Saturn brings is ultimately a good thing. It challenges but it strengthens, it hurts but it scrapes away the things you don’t really […]

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The Astrology Of Ashley Madison

posted by Matthew Currie

Warning: this is a story with absolutely no good guys. By now you have probably heard about the gigantic leak of data from ashleymadison.com released by hackers. If not, here is a brief synopsis. Ashleymadison.com is a website designed for […]

Saturn In Sagittarius: Don’t Be Afraid Of Your Freedom!

posted by Matthew Currie

So: what will happen to you when Saturn re-enters Sagittarius on September 17th and stays there until December 2017? Astrologers have an understandable tendency to generalize when it comes to the nature of a given planet in a given Sign. That’s understandable, […]

Hey Kids, It’s The Uncle Saturn Show!

posted by Matthew Currie

(SCENE: A brightly lit set at a local television station, decorated like a child’s treehouse. An audience of children await the beginning of the show. Cheerful theme music plays.) ANNOUNCER: Hey kids — it’s time for everyone’s favorite new after […]

Saturn Launches A Grenade At Brian Williams

posted by Matthew Currie

Some transgressions are worse than others, and sometimes that’s determined by the profession of the transgressor in question. If a politician cheats on his wife it’s bad, but if a preacher does it, it’s terrible. If an actor cheats on his […]

Saturn In Sagittarius: A Personal Perspective

posted by Matthew Currie

First of all, an apology to all my regular readers. As Saturn in Sagittarius rolls into the exact conjunction with my natal Mercury, sometimes it gets difficult to write. Also: the rest of my life has been nothing to write […]

Astrology Of 2015: Our Dreams Have Grown Teeth

posted by Matthew Currie

(Part One is HERE.) Let’s start off our look at the the year ahead with a planet that has been moving slowly and hovering in the background of everything: Neptune in Pisces, and the square it forms to Saturn in […]

Transiting Saturn Conjunct Your Neptune: A Steamroller For Your Dreams

posted by Matthew Currie

Even though in many ways my life is going pretty well, I feel a vice-like grip crushing my soul. Astrologers aren’t any more objective about themselves than anyone else is about themselves, when you get right down to it. If […]

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 […]

Saturn: The Darth Vader Pez Dispenser Of Karma

posted by Matthew Currie

LJ writes: “I have always wanted to be married, but things have never worked out for me with my love life. I have Saturn in the Seventh House, and I read that this means it’s unlikely to ever happen for […]

The Astrology Of Your Saturn Cycle

posted by Matthew Currie

(Click HERE for “The Astrology Of Your Jupiter Cycle”)   Once a person gets past the very basics of astrology, he or she discovers transits — how the movements of the planets in the sky right now interact with where […]

A Gentle Reminder From Saturn

posted by Matthew Currie

To: Matthew Currie, Astrologer cc: The People Of Planet Earth From: Saturn I am writing to correct you on a matter that you have neglected in your writings for some time. Namely: me. This is the sort of situation that […]

Saturn Retrograde In Scorpio: The Curse Of Ghost Chicken II – The Re-Cluckening

posted by Matthew Currie

Saturn has turned retrograde, stopping at 23 degrees Scorpio and traveling all the way in reverse to 16 degrees Scorpio before moving forward again in July. Some claim retrograde planets are weaker in their overall effects, and others claim they […]

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Discount Capricorn Humor!
I am still taking a little time off to recover from a combination cold/flu/Ebola and a boatload of genuinely terrible transits. I am now getting back to setting up readings again and am slowly working my way through a mountain of unanswered ...

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

Bad Transits And Dark Forests
"Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark, For the ...

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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