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Neptune and the Metaphysical Fourth Dimension

If you enjoy studying the nature of reality, this is an awesome time to be alive. Prior to the pandemic, three-dimensional life was already moving to virtual life via screens with moving images (ruled by astrological Neptune). As humanity was … Continue reading

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The Next Four Years

Earlier in the year when governments enforced various levels of lockdown of populations, I was asked as an astrologer “when it would end.” As the lockdowns began very close (and this country almost exactly) to Saturn the planet of contraction … Continue reading

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The Roaring 2020s

Often in our pandemic news we hear a lot about the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 and how pandemics recur every so often. If pandemics have a cycle then so do post-pandemics. After the Pandemic of 1918, which officially lasted … Continue reading

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The United States’ Pluto Return: Disillusionment and Transformation

Watching the fear, anger and outbursts over the last several months I have same thought: It’s about time. Disillusionment in Buddhist tradition is a great thing because you are remove your illusions. While many seem to think the United States … Continue reading

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The Pandemic Cycle: We’ve Only Just Begun

When reading the news these days, I have to constantly remind myself that most don’t study astrology and understand the world as a series of overlapping cycles and patterns. The common view of the world appears to me to be … Continue reading

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Manifesting Virgo

While talking to a relative, he mentioned watching an old Sean Connery James Bond movie and expressed how much he liked them although he didn’t know why. One reason they may be so enjoyable, especially during sheltering-in-place, is that the … Continue reading

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Astrology Blog About Nothin’

Talented singer-songwriter Cari Ray sings a song about Nothin’. It’s going through my head as I’ve listened to it way too much this last week. If she can sing a song about nothin’, why not blog about nothin’? Nothin’ as … Continue reading

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Fun in a Time of Four Planets in Capricorn

Astrologers like economists look for basic patterns (energies) to project and forecast future patterns. Like economists, astrologers get it wrong. Because astrology is “occult” it means that astrologers have to be 100 percent accurate or be branded as charlatans. If … Continue reading

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Go to February 29!

How was your February 29, a day that exists once every four years? Some spiritual disciplines say that time is a construct. If so, February 29 should be demonstration of that principle as those born on February 29 don’t really … Continue reading

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The Resurrection of Mr. Rogers

If you’re keen on worshiping a human being, it’s best to choose someone deep in the annals of history. Find an ancient sage-king that taught humans to read, write, grow corn, or turn wheat into bread. Choose a being whose … Continue reading

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