Astrological Musings
December 2006 Archives

If you’re wondering why President Bush can’t come up with a plan for Iraq until after the New Year, it’s evidently because of Barney’s Holiday Extravaganza. But for a real treat, watch the Daily Show version:

My monthly update of astrological events is posted here. This month I’m adding a new feature: a summary of the month’s planetary events and aspects. I have not been able to find a listing of planetary events that is complete […]

In my counseling practice I often find that clients are stuck in their lives because of their belief systems. These belief systems are rooted at the deepest level of our psyche and have a powerful effect on our fate and […]

You probably already know Phil from his blog Astrofuture Trends, he is one of my favorite astrobloggers. I am late in posting this review of his excellent book Cosmic Trends which is now available in bookstores. Or order it on […]

Found this link via Ellie’s World, what an interesting phenomenon (click to enlarge photo): from the report: As I was checking out Amasa salt shed a nearby resident pulled up to me and asked if I wanted to hear an […]

This is really fascinating. John Charles Webb Jr. left a comment with a link to his site which postulates that the “star” of Bethlehem was not an astronomical event but was in fact an astrological alignment that occurred on March […]

I am a big believer in the abundance of the universe, and I’m very comfortable with the prosperity that my hard work brings into my life. I do charge for my astrological services, and my clients don’t seem to object. […]

I can’t wait til the evangelicals get their hands on this. At first I thought this article was at the very least a joke, or at worst a conspiracy on the part of the patriarchy to send women back to […]

The death of Gerald Ford is bringing up a lot of interesting emotions. Ford was ridiculed frequently for his habit of falling down, a quirk memorialized by Chevy Chase in Saturday Night Live) and he brought us the dreaded twosome […]

This saddens me – I feel this guy has so much potential but he’s locked in a prison of pain. National Ledger has my post on this (turn on your popup blockers!).