Merry spring and a happy astrological new year! The season came in like a lion on Monday, when our Sun crossed the World Axis from 29 Pisces to 0 degrees Aries. We now have four major planets in the hot-headed, action-packed, light-the-fuse sign of the ram (the Sun, Mercury, Venus, and Uranus), along with the dwarf planet Eris, Goddess of Discord – who
On Sunday morning, the Full Moon perfected at 22 degrees, 13 minutes on the Virgo-Pisces axis. This Full Moon is the culmination and visible expression of a cycle that began (with the corresponding New Moon) on September 13th, 2015 – and which passed its first test (with the opening Quarter Moon) on June 12th, 2016. What
Astrologically speaking, the sky is on fire. As of last night, we have two major planets in Aries (Venus and Uranus), one in Leo (the Moon), and one in Sagittarius (Saturn). And FURTHERMORE, of the six planets that aren’t in fire signs, three of them (Mars in Taurus, Jupiter in Libra, and Pluto in Capricorn) are functioning
Fasten your seat belts: it’s looking like another rocking week. Many of us are still reeling from Sunday’s Eclipse – yet we’re facing two new big events in the next several days. On Thursday, March 2nd at 8:19 PM Eastern US time, Jupiter opposes Uranus at 22 degrees on the Libra-Aries axis, triggering the T-Square
What a week! As many of you know, my Sunday night podcast got *eclipsed* (due to bad cell reception at the NCGR conference in Baltimore) but I re-recorded it yesterday evening. Because this is NOT a time to do without astrology! It’s Eclipse season, baby. The next one (and last one – phew! – for another six months) takes place
Emma Haak, the wonderful Health and Wellness editor at Oprah.com, just interviewed me again – this time, about the best morning routine for your sign. Click here to check out the article! Sharing is wonderful!
THE ECLIPSES ARE COMING! This Friday we welcome in the winter eclipse season with a fiery Full Moon Lunar Eclipse at 22 degrees on the Leo-Aquarius axis. The aspect perfects at 7:32 PM Eastern US time on Friday, February 10th. It represents the culmination and summing-up of the story from August 2015 (when the cycle began) and
The New Moon in Aquarius, which perfects this evening at 7:07 PM Eastern US time, marks the start of a brand new two-and-a-half-year cycle around clarity, vision, community, wishes, and humanitarian ideals. Together, the Sun, the Moon, and the asteroid Isis are holding the space for your next great creation. You can’t SEE it yet, but you can
Things are moving swiftly on our planet right now. Mercury, Eris, and Uranus each went direct within the last several weeks, and no major heavenly body is retrograde now; the next to go retro will be Jupiter, who stations on February 6th. It can be hard to keep up – to stay present – as
Last Thursday afternoon at 4:24 PM Eastern US time, the Sun entered Aquarius for 30 days of self-expression through idealism, innovation, radical politics, and unusual (“unpresidented”) situations. In the Washington, DC chart for the Aquarius ingress (which reflects all America, because our capital is there), the asteroid Vesta, Goddess of the Home and Hearth, is
Emma Haak, the health and wellness editor at Oprah.com, recently interviewed ME for an article about astrology and exercise. Last week, I was thrilled to see that she posted it to their site. Click here to read! Sharing is wonderful!
Thursday morning at 6:34 AM Eastern US time, the Moon at 22 degrees Cancer stood face-to-face with the Sun at 22 degrees Capricorn, shedding light on that which was murky before. See what you see. Whatever it is, it’s true. It’s the culmination of a story that was seeded on the Cancer New Moon of
In the wee hours of Thursday morning, the Sun and Moon joined up at 7 degrees Capricorn: a New Moon accompanied by Mercury, and encouraged by Neptune and Mars. This New Moon asked us (and continues to ask, through Wednesday) to feel our way through the reality of our life – who we are, what