Monthly Archives: May 2016


Posted by Len Wallick


The Full Moon of May 21 was accompanied by Mars; the June 4 (or June 5) Gemini New Moon will be accompanied by Venus. Len Wallick describes an image of complementing your Full Moon experience by presenting another side of yourself to the world in the coming week.

Democracy Now! — Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Posted by Planet Waves


The former U.S.-backed dictator of Chad, Hissène Habré, has been convicted of crimes against humanity and sentenced to life in prison. Habré is accused of killing as many as 40,000 people during his eight years in power in the 1980s. At the landmark trial in Senegal, Habré was convicted of rape, sexual slavery and ordering killings during his reign of terror.

Gemini New Moon and the Uranus-Eris Conjunction

Posted by Eric F Coppolino


Today’s Planet Waves TV looks at the rare grand square aspect that spans from Gemini to Virgo to Sagittarius to Pisces — and which influences everyone in the process. How do you use your mind? That’s the question. This leads into the Uranus-Eris conjunction in Aries, which is influencing how you think about who you are.

Planet Waves Daily Oracle for Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Posted by Planet Waves


Look for a mirror effect: people will say what you’re thinking, and you will say what you think they’re thinking; even if you’re right, it will more likely be about what’s on your mind. Have fun with this; it’s a form of harmony, but with enough tension in the equation to keep things interesting.

Gemini New Moon: Explore Your Mutable Mind

Posted by Eric Francis Coppolino


This week, there’s quite an exciting development: during the Gemini New Moon, which happens Saturday, June 4 (the 5th in the U.K. and Europe), we will have an event known as a mutable grand cross. This means that planets will be present at around the same degrees in each of the mutable signs: Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius and Pisces.

Bottom of the 9th

Posted by Fe Bongolan


Framing Sanders’ political situation in baseball terms, he is at bat in the bottom of the 9th inning, with one man on base in a game where the score is 5-1 in favor of the pitching team, with two outs and the count is 2 balls and 2 strikes. And yet, he is still trying to get a hit. Fe Bongolan considers why.

Democracy Now! — Monday, May 30, 2016

Posted by Planet Waves


Today’s show is a Memorial Day special, remembering the lives and achievements of Father Daniel Berrigan and Michael Ratner, who both died this year. The team plays extensive footage of each, telling their extraordinary stories in their own words.