Author Archives: Eric Francis Coppolino

About Eric Francis Coppolino

Lives in Kingston, friend of critters, etc.

Monday Morning Horoscope for Dec. 18, 2017

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Most of this week’s astrology is focused on your sign, and there’s quite a bit. Three interesting points: Saturn leaves Sagittarius after nearly three years, Mercury stations direct, and there’s a New Moon conjunct the Galactic Center. All of these symbols describe renewal, release, and expansion. It’s as if you’re being set free to experience a taste of your future.

The Case of the Capricorn Solstice

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This could be the most interesting week in quite a while — and that’s saying a lot. I guess “interesting” is a charitable way to describe the rise of tyranny by ignorance, chaos and pixels, and any possible resistance, and events that seem outside our control — but it’s the holiday season.

In the Nature of Vesta Conjunct Jupiter

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Saturn is being welcomed home into Capricorn with fanfare suitable for an epic fantasy novel, though I reckon that this will be a grounding experience, putting us in contact with actual reality.

Monday Morning Horoscope for Dec. 11, 2017

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The astrology in your sign isn’t just the magic teacup ride. It’s not the double-loop roller coaster. It’s not the fun house or the tunnel of love. It’s the whole darned amusement park, in all sincerity, outstripping anything I’ve ever seen (and Sagittarius, for whatever reason, always puts on a fantastic show). However, two elements stand out.

From Here to Saturn in Capricorn

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It seems like we’ll experience a microcosm of history before Saturn enters Capricorn: of shuffling of developments and ideas, of changes, referrals in course, many little surprises and revelations, and a few big ones. World events have been so compressed lately that few might notice the difference.

The Remarkable Conjunction of Mercury, Saturn and Pholus

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Tonight I cover the utterly unique astrology of the moment, and give a long talk about dharma. Then I venture into the waters of seeking a deeper understanding of the sex crimewave that is, in true Pholus fashion, emerging and emerging in a seemingly endless stream.

Monday Morning Horoscope for Dec. 4, 2017

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Mercury is now retrograde in your sign, and this will be an unusually revealing, perhaps complex, week. For you, Mercury is the planet that represents both relationships and partners. Questions of attachment and commitment are likely to come to the surface. Discussions might verge on going out of control, and you would be well served to wait three or four days.

A Very Interesting Mercury Retrograde, Conjunct the Milky Way

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Tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM covers the upcoming Mercury retrograde and Full Moon. This is a really truly interesting Mercury retrograde, which involves Saturn, centaur Pholus and the Galactic Core.

Monday Morning Horoscope for Nov. 27, 2017

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As you know, Saturn is about to leave your birth sign, after sailing back and forth through it for the past three years. Saturn in one’s sign — conjunct one’s natal Sun, or moving through the rising sign — has been about the process of coming to terms with yourself. Sometimes this feels like a burden. Sometimes it’s about rising to the occasion.

Journey Through Scorpio: From Charles Manson to Bjork

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In tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM, I look at the chart for the winter solstice. I reference the December monthly horoscope and the sign changes of late 2017 and early 2018. In the last segment, I check in with the latest on the sex crimewave that’s being exposed, only from the perspective of neurological biology.