Oh My Stars

(CLICK HERE for the month’s major aspects!) (Wondering what the next few months hold in store for you? Write me with your date, time, and place of birth — and send you a free sneak preview!) Here’s the most important astrological forecast of the month. Really? Yes! Why? Knowing when the Moon Void of Course…

A typical horoscope lays out what you can expect for yourself in the next week or month based on your Sun Sign. That sort of thing is great, sure… especially if you happen to be the only person on your planet. Astrology, like life in general, is a lot more complicated than “there are twelve…

Astrology works. Objectivity though? That’s the hard part. I don’t look at my own personal transits every day. As a matter of fact, I do it about as often as I get around to shaving… which, being a self-employed work-at-home type with naturally slovenly tendencies, isn’t as often as it should be. But it does…

At 6:30 AM Christmas morning in Nashville Tennessee, a recreational vehicle filled with explosives exploded, seriously damaging an AT&T switching station and some other nearby buiuldings. The apparent perpetrator of this attack was Anthony Quinn Warner, born January 17 1957, time unknown. You see, although all the obvious markers for sudden violence are there, there’s…

Mars is never the big star of the astrological year, but it often serves as a trigger for the events being set up by the larger and “heavier” transits. And as we all learned from six freakin’ months of Mars in Aries… we ignore Mars at our peril. Here’s a list of all the major…

There’s something about the Eclipses in astrology that really captures the imagination. Unfortunately, that can mean “captured” in the sense that worrying about that monster in your bedroom closet used to “capture your imagination” every night until your folks finally shelled out for some therapy for you. They’re inherently a little unpredictable in their effects,…

Happy Great Conjunction everyone! Did the Second Coming or the collapse of civilization happen last night? (looks around) No? Shrug. Oh well, best to get on with life then… When I wrote here last time about the Great Conjunction, I managed to both over- and under-sell its potential. Consider for a moment the profound effects…

Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. -William Butler…

Although no planet in astrology is entirely good or entirely bad all the time, Jupiter has a solid reputation for being arguably the best of the “good guys.” Who doesn’t love sitting around at a party discussing philosophy with their Sagittarius friends after all? And we could use all the levity and humor we can…

In a sense, you can’t tell with one hundred percent accuracy the effect of a transit until you factor in how the person experiencing it will react to it… or (just as importantly) Case in point: The Great Conjunction between Jupiter and Saturn this month. Back in 2019 when we were all starting to pay…

Matthew Currie
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Matthew Currie

Matthew Currie is an astrologer, counselor and writer with over 20 years of experience and numerous appearances on television, radio and podcasts. He is the author of "Conquer The Universe With Astrology," (available on Amazon) and is available for private consultations. Send him an e-mail. Matthew likes hearing from you.

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