March 2019

Sun in Aries

And so it was Vernal Equinox and the Sun took a step into Aries, the sign of the beginning of the astrological year and the cycle we know as the Circle of Life.  Aries is the seed, the first flame, the spark that initiates action. It is a cardinal Fire sign and fire is the [...]

January 2019

Saturn, New Year and Eclipsetime

Yesterday I read a comment on a youtube video that I have been collaborating to make, and the request was that we, the astrologers, get a bit more gloomy (or in her words, realistic) about the future. So I thought I'd indulge her and go gloomy. Or Saturn-Pluto in Capricorn as the Goth Astrologers like [...]

December 2018

Freedom from Irritation: Sun square Mars-Neptune

They say freedom from irritation (inflammation, agitation) is a sign of liberation or enlightenment. . Or as Ram Dass said it «if you think you are enlightened, try spending a week with your family» . The more aware you become, the easier it is to be angry with this world of abuse, selfishness and corruption [...]

September 2018

Venus retrograde

Shining Venus trembles afar, Earth's Higher Self, and With but one finger touches us. — Ancient Buddhist saying   Well, for those of you who paid attention to the world of astrology of late, you probably read that our Lady Venus, the planet of love, harmony, unity, prosperity and beauty, is in her shadow period getting [...]

June 2018

Summer Solstice: The True, the Good, the Beautiful

Happy Summer Solstice!   The Sun is officially in tropical Cancer and this is a season of love, relationships; internally and externally. It is about finding balance between your needs and any relation you are in, whether it is friendship, with colleagues or lovers.   The Solstice chart has the Moon in Libra in contrast [...]

January 2018

Did you ever get your heart broken? Have it drop to the floor and break like glass, leaving a hollow space of sorrow in your chest? Instead of a glowing light, a rock took its place? Mine’s been broken many times. And I am sure I hurt some too. But I remember the first time. [...]