I’ve spent the past month scouring various astrologers predictions for their take on the elections. One entire day of ISAR’s conference was dedicated to the mundane astrologers interpretation. Participants had
Most people are aware they have a sun and moon sign, but did you know you also have a moon phase? The phase of the moon has a large influence
Mars typically spends about 6 – 8 weeks in a sign, but when it turns retrograde it camps out to fan its flames a lot longer. Whereas we have the
Medical astrology is a branch of the tradition which ancient physicians used routinely. From the transits to your natal chart, physical history, and horary questions, the physicians would determine what
You just said YES to THE question and the ring is sparkling on your hand. But before the blush has worn off the happy couple the next question lands: When?
Are you ready for a new dawn? It’s coming as Saturn enters Aquarius on March 30, 2020. While in the sign of the sea-goat Saturn set the stage by having
Believe it or not, anger is a primary emotion and it has been programmed in us for thousands of years. An angry baby gets the attention from their parents. Frustration
Let’s talk about that brilliant ball of light that not only grows us amazing veggies and flowers, but also can give anyone a blistering burn if we worship it for
When the universe asks you to grow, you don’t decline the invitation. As Jupiter moves across my ascendant, I have accepted several challenges. For one, I was nominated to the
Jupiter is the planet of wealth, abundance, and luck. While he’s been touring his home sign of Sagittarius this past year, our awareness expanded and idealism for our lives soared.
Saturn does his best work when he’s working on something long term. At age 29 he makes his first return to his natal position where we first realize we are
Let’s spend some time talking about Mercury in Scorpio, shall we? Normally this quick moving planet of communication and commerce spends on average about 30 days in each sign. But
There comes a point in midlife when you start to confront that dream of what your life was supposed to look like. Welcome to Neptune Square Neptune. “The dream” took
Let’s talk about one of the most important points in your birth chart: the Ascendant/Rising Sign. It is the sign that is just on Eastern horizon, where the light first
Since I went over the birth chart last week, I thought I would take a bit of a deeper dive into the astrological houses. The houses help us take the
Let’s chat it up about the most fundamental building block of astrology: The Birth Chart. It is a map of where the planets were the moment you took your first
Pluto doesn’t get his due. This poor guy at the edge of our solar system was a planet and then got demoted, but we astrologers still consider him very important.
Uranus, our planet of change and surprise, is starting a new 7 year tour in Taurus on March 6th. He’s been hanging out in Aries since 2012, which has been
The moon is the fastest moving planet in our horoscope changing sign every 2 – 2.5 days. It is the first thing astrologers look to when we hear people are
While everyone knows their Sun sign, did you know you also had a Moon sign? This second luminary rules those born at night. Your moon sign tells us how you
Astrologically, eclipses are sensitive points of change to the collective. They point to starts and stops in cycles and we can tell what the themes will be as a collective
Resolution time is upon us once again and this time the Universe has added a little extra kick to our help us take our first step. On January 1st, Mars
Let’s talk Jupiter in Sagittarius. While many of you might be scratching your heads wondering what this means, sit back and grab a comfy spot while I talk about what
Why am I so excited for Mars to be moving out of Aquarius? Oh my dear ones, I have been COUNTING DOWN the days until it leaves on November 16th!
Let’s talk retrogrades, shall we? Like everyone new to astrology, the mention of Mercury retrograde sends one into a Chicken Little frenzy. Every thing that goes wrong gets blamed on
Saturn does not play. It is separating in nature and cold. It is inflexible and dry. It is the embodiment of Scrooge. It Is stern. It teaches boundaries and discipline.
Let’s get into the nitty gritty, shall we? 2018 has been colored with a few points of frustration. There have been multiple planets retrograding and then there is the Uranus
It’s been a process y’all. So here it all is in black and white: my history and evolution. For as long as I can remember my professional identity has been
When can you officially call oneself a “professional astrologer”? It’s a good question. I went from that 10 year old kid scrounging up her nickels and quarters of my allowance every