NOTE: This column was sent out to the mailing list yesterday. Subscribe here for early access to the astro-weather reports! Dear friends, Happy holidays to one and all! Monday, we had a sweet and sparkly New Moon in Sadge during the wee hours of the morning — 1:30 AM Eastern US time, to be precise,
Hi everybody, I hope this finds you all safe and dry. I flew down to Florida on Wednesday to visit my dad, who is not well. The following newsletter was begun last week, but I didn’t get a chance to send it out, and I’m aware that some major events have unfolded since then! Several folks have
The Full Moon perfected just minutes ago – Wednesday, May 10th, at 5:43 pm Eastern US time – at 20 degrees, 24 minutes on the Scorpio-Taurus axis. The aspects in this chart aren’t necessarily easy to live through, but they are nonetheless fertile. It’s a great time to plant what you want to see growing in your
Just after noon yesterday, Wednesday, May 3rd, that old trickster Mercury stopped dead in the sky, turned around, and started going forward. He’s been moving retrograde since April 9th: which explains all the indecision, uncertainty, broken-down communications, and busted technology we’ve all been experiencing for the last 25 days. For the next two weeks, you’ll be asked
This week we have a glorious New Moon in Taurus, perfecting at 8:16 AM Eastern US time on Wednesday, April 26th, 2017. The New Moon lands at 6 degrees, 27 minutes Taurus – while the Taurus New Moon’s ruler, Venus, dances through the last degree of one of her favorite signs; she’s at 29 Pisces.
Why, hello! My goodness, it’s been almost three weeks since I sent the last newsletter . . . NOT for lack of stuff to write about, but because the craziness in the heavens, it seems, has led to a certain level of craziness here at Anne Ortelee, Inc. Even astrologers are not immune! If you, too, have
Dear all: In addition to the seasonal ingress and Eris activity discussed in the last post, we have two MORE big Aries events going on, within just a couple days. Friday morning, we encountered a Venus Star Point, the annual conjunction of Venus and the Sun, which triggered new four- and eight-year cycles around Venusian matters in
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