Saturn in Sagittarius and the dawn of commercial space flight.

One of the often overlooked qualities of Sagittarius is movement and vehicles. You see, Sagittarius is half horse, the lower half, which has for most of human history meant really fast travel. The horse allowed for travel to other lands and places quickly, and as such, Sagittarius has a quality of fast travel. Sagittarius is also an archer, so there is an association with many astrologers with...
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New Moon in Sagittarius.

This month the Sun is in Sagittarius coloring the landscape with all things Sagittarius. It is no surprise that many holidays, the root of which must be holy days, comes during the apex month of philosophical understanding in the chart. Sagittarius is the sign of the philosopher, associated with Jupiter, who is the jovial one understanding the world through hope and joy. When we look at...
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Behold, The tides of uncertainty.

Last week we tasted the overall planetary theme that defines the year. It was the Saturn in Sagittarius square Neptune in Pisces square complex. This event is bordered in the flow of time like this: The square starts being felt in 2015 and hits exactly three times; the first hit is on November 26, 2015 at 7 degrees, the second exact square will be June 17, 2016 at 12 degrees when both Saturn and...
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Big, Hot, and Angry.

Mars, the God of War, is joining with Jupiter, the God of Expansion. Where are they doing this, in the land of retrograde Mercury's Virgo. Hot, big, violent Jupiter Mars, Trine seething and dark Pluto at 12 degrees Capricorn. Launch the war planes and start the bombing Mars, says, impatient and testy, wanting his way at all costs. But Wait, Putin just did that. Mars must be dancing in his head...
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Volkswagen, Your time has come.

Volkswagen, you deceptive tool of a car company, poisoning the atmosphere, killing humans with your gas, your charade has come to an end. It is interesting to me, how this fits together astrologically. I mean really, it makes perfect sense based on the motion of the stars and planets right now. Come with me on a journey through the looking glass of astrology as we go down the ethical vomit road...
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Mercury Retrograde Survival Guide I.

I recently received a wonderful question on how to survive during Mercury Retrograde. That is professionally. The concept of Mercury Rx has become so prevalent in society, it is up there with Sun signs as a simple access point into astrology for those who enjoy the mythos of the stars and planets having a say in the experiences of life. Just like Sun Sign astrology though, the truth of Mercury Rx...
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Inspired by clouds

Take your time. I’ve got a Fujifilm X100s. It runs about $1300. It’s easily the best camera I’ve ever owned. I take care of it as best as I can, but I don’t let taking care of it impact the photography. Let me elaborate on that a bit better. You’ll get better at each section of what we talked about slowly. And while you do, you’ll be amazed at how much easier it all is and how the...
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The Mega Eclipse to End All Eclipses!

What foretells more ill than the darkening of the Sun. On March 20th, in the last sign of the last degree, the day before spring heralds itself to the Northern Hemisphere, during a "Super Moon" we have a Super Eclipse that will darken out northern Europe so severely there are concerns that the electric grid will fail (oh the inconvenience of solar power!). This is the Godzilla of Eclipses, bent...
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