Venus has two astrological dominions where its expression as love, among other attributes, is potentially strongest: Taurus and Libra. Today (Friday the 13th) Len Wallick takes a look at what Venus entering Libra tomorrow can plausibly be made to mean – provided you choose to participate with, rather than separate from, the brightest planet in our sky.
Today, Len Wallick examines some astrological events leading up to Jupiter’s annual change of sign next week. Even though Jupiter implies bigger things than you, the path towards grasping those things is currently moving through representations of what you can plausibly get a hold of right now: yourself.
It would be a good thing if the upcoming Aries Full Moon is on your mind. It would be even better if you were to take a longer term into account. As Len Wallick observes today, no Full Moon is an end. Indeed, what you do up to (and following) the peak of our present lunar cycle could very well serve to plant some important seeds for both you and others.
Seasons are a function of Earth’s relationship with the Sun. That’s the truth, and today Len Wallick guides you in a brief exploration of how that truth forms the backbone of astrology. Of course, you don’t have to take Len’s word for it. You can see the truth for yourself, but only if you choose to do so.
There’s been a lot going on both above us and here below over the past few weeks. As the Leo New Moon and solar eclipse has waxed towards tomorrow’s Full Moon in Pisces, it’s been busy. Even so, Len Wallick has a suggestion for you today: take a break. It’s not too soon to think about how the Full Moon to follow will not take place until after the Sun has flipped.