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Unrequited Love of Authority: Pluto in Capricorn

Astrologers are like economists – we have basic principles that occur in unique combinations over time. We analyze those past patterns to make future predictions. And like economists, we sometimes get it right, sometimes wrong – more often a combination … Continue reading

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Watch for the Ghost of Abraham Lincoln on February 12

In this year 2021 on President Abraham Lincoln’s birthday (February 12) there will be five planets transiting his birth sign of Aquarius. Saturn, Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, sun and will all be in this fixed air sign that’s focused on humanity, … Continue reading

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United States Pluto Return: Fear Disguised as Mistrust

While chopping mushrooms purchased at the grocery store, it occurred to me what a great deal of trust I have in the American food supply system. Mushrooms, such an interesting fungus, to my lay understanding come in three major varieties: … Continue reading

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Masks Personal, Private, Public and Corporate

This year 20/20 has brought great awareness and clarity to the public structures in which we live. Pluto, Saturn and Jupiter all transiting Capricorn, the sign of social conscious, has forced us into awareness. Without force and compulsion it’s clear … 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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Trail of Time: July 11, 1843 / July 11, 2020

The National Museum of the American Indian is my favorite museum of all time. Why? While it’s technically a museum about the heritage of people who were living on this land before contact, it’s really, truly a museum about how … 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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Dear Twenty Somethings and Thirty Somethings,

You were born with a distinct fate. You are meant to change the entire social structure of the earth. And you are also meant to change how we perceive. Technology is only a part of that of that change. It’s … 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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