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- In the Stars April 15-22, 2018…shining light on the astrology of the week: New Moon in Aries
- In the Stars April 8-15, 2017…shining light on the astrology of the week: New Moon in Aries
- In the Stars April 1-8, 2018…shining light on the astrology of the week
- In the Stars March 25-April 1, 2018…shining light on the astrology of the week: Full Moon
- In the Stars March 18-25, 2018…shining light on the astrology of the week: Spring Equinox-Sun into Aries
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Ten Thing to Do with Venus in Sagittarius (December 1-24, 2017)
1. Invite someone to dinner who is from a different culture or has a different religion.
2. Express appreciation to your in-laws.
3. Plan your next long-distance trip (or make a wish list).
4. Read a book about a far-away country, culture, or religion.
5. Expand your knowledge of metaphysics.
6. Write—and publish.
7. Visit a religious art exhibit, or one from another country or culture.
8. Explore a philosophy through a book, book-on-tape, or a lecture.
9. Take a hike (Sagittarius rules the thighs).
10. Venus in Sagittarius is idealistic in love: read some love poems that transport you to the ideal!
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This is a notable week, full of planetary shifts. The first New Moon of the astrological year is on Sunday, April 15 at 6:57 p.m. PDT. This New Moon in Aries is extremely potent, connected to numerous significant aspects and … Continue reading
This week begins with the waning last quarter Moon, culminating in the first New Moon of the astrological year on Sunday, April 15th. This New Moon in Aries is extremely potent, connected to numerous significant aspects and energies. The New … Continue reading
Easter symbolizes resurrection, and nature is bursting into its spring season, with the Sun, Mercury, and Uranus in the first sign of the zodiac, Aries, symbolizing spontaneity, adventure, and quick, and sometimes reckless movement. Mars is marching through Capricorn along with … Continue reading
Mars in Capricorn is serious about getting things moving, and working with powerful focus on big projects. However, some of Mars’ capable power may be diminished by Mercury in retrograde motion until April 15. When Mercury is retrograde, it is … Continue reading
In the Stars March 18-25, 2018…shining light on the astrology of the week: Spring Equinox-Sun into Aries
The Sun is moving through the last degrees of Pisces. This week we will experience a big shift from swimming in the deep waters of oceanic Pisces, to the land of fiery, let’s-get-going Aries. Mars moves into cardinal earth Capricorn … Continue reading
The Sun moves through the last degrees of Pisces and forms a New Moon on Saturday, March 17 at 26:53 Pisces. As the Moon darkens, and the luminaries are in the last sign of the zodiac, Pisces at the end … Continue reading
The Sun continues to shine in Pisces, highlighting creativity, inspiration, vision, and compassion. This week Venus shifts from Pisces to Aries tropically on Tuesday, firing up our passions and desires. Jupiter stations retrograde on Thursday at 23 degrees of Scorpio, … Continue reading
In the Stars February 25-March 4, 2018…shining light on the astrology of the week: Full Moon in Virgo
Water, water everywhere! This week six planets are in mutable water sign Pisces: Sun, Neptune, Mercury, Venus, Chiron, and Juno—a lot of water symbolism, magnified by Jupiter, the planet of expansion in fixed water Scorpio. Surely we will get much … Continue reading
The two recent eclipses are behind us, as are the host of other special days that occurred last week. The week ahead overall is much quieter. There is a lot of time when the Moon is void of course, a … Continue reading
In the Stars February 11-18, 2018…shining light on the astrology of the week: Solar Eclipse, Chinese New Year of the Dog
This week is full of powerful astral alignments, holidays, holy days, and the symbolism of new beginnings. Shrove Tuesday, celebrated as Mardi Gras, is the day before the beginning of the Christian observance of Lent, known as Ash Wednesday. The … Continue reading