Virgo Full Moon: Live Call-In Edition of Planet Waves FM

By Eric Francis

Listen live at 8 pm EST / 5 pm PST at this link.

Dear Planet Waves Readers and Listeners:

In honor of the Virgo Full Moon, I will be hosting a live, 90-minute call-in edition of Planet Waves FM at 8 pm EST / 5 pm PST on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Bring your thoughts, your questions, your ideas, your dreams and your visions.

Photo by Jeff Bisti.

We can talk about the Virgo Full Moon or any other aspect of astrology, the end of the Uranus-Pluto Square, the impact of the digital age, sex, relationships, astrology, mysticism, politics, music or art. There, that covers everything except geology. But if you’re a geologist, I’ve got a question for you, that I will state when the program is live.

To participate by phone, call (425) 440-5100. The alternate number is (904) 900-6992. Then enter guest pin code: 472091# 

Callers may enter the conversation late. It will be recorded and made available as a replay, so you may also listen later.

Or use this link for the full list of dial-in numbers.

You may also listen live via Internet at this link.

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Planet Waves Daily Oracle for Wednesday, March 4, 2015

By Planet Waves


There is an imperative on emotional maturity right now; consider this a kind of professionalism in the face of change, uncertainty and the demand for leadership — that is to say, your leadership. You have a unique, and well-seasoned, perspective on the unsettled quality of the moment, though you are also in full contact with the potential that’s lurking beyond the chaos.

Leonard Nimoy, the Virgo Full Moon and George Harrison

By Eric Francis


In tonight’s program I look at the Virgo Full Moon that happens on Thursday. I also read the natal charts of Leonard Nimoy and George Harrison.

Not Dire, Maybe Tired — Virgo Full Moon

By Len Wallick


Len Wallick exhorts you to ignore any ‘doom and gloom’ predictions about Thursday’s Virgo Full Moon. Instead, describe what you are sick and tired of, own it, and support others in doing the same as you seek out something in common. No need to seek out conflict when we’re all in the same boat.