Keep Your Mind In Mind

Posted by Len Wallick

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After this weekend, the pomp and circumstance of a U.S. presidential inauguration will yield to the business of governing. As Len Wallick explains, besides emphasizing how and what you perceive along with where and how you focus, the astrology for the week to come is surprisingly deferential.

What If ‘Age of Aquarius’ Is a Choice?

Posted by Amanda Painter

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Today the Sun enters a new sign — Aquarius — one day before the U.S. presidential inauguration. Whether that event feel like a fresh, revolutionary beginning, or more like the crystallization of questionable (or disturbing) cultural and political trends, Amanda Painter explores how either sensation could be an accurate illustration of Aquarius.

A Prospect To Make

Posted by Len Wallick

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As Len Wallick describes it, when the Sun finally leaves Capricorn to enter Aquarius on Thursday, the Moon will be moving to change signs at almost same time. What follows will implicitly set you up to make at least one change to call your own in the next month or so.

The Fire This Time

Posted by Len Wallick

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No matter where you go, what you do or who you spend this weekend with, it’s likely that Mars will be evident somehow in whatever is cooking. Today, Len Wallick shows you how Mars might well be considered to be THE cook behind a lot of what’s now being served up nearly everywhere you go.

Action From All Directions: The Cancer Full Moon

Posted by Amanda Painter

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Today’s Cancer Full Moon takes place in direct contact with several major planets around the zodiac. Amanda Painter notes it’s a symbolic illustration of how life feels now: issues pushing and pulling us from all directions, each insisting on immediate action. Mercury may offer insight on how to proceed.

Time Machine

Posted by Len Wallick

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The Full Moon in Cancer early on Thursday has the potential to function as a time a machine for you. No, you will not be transported into the future or the past. Instead, Len Wallick explains a grand cardinal cross aspect (of which the Full Moon will be a part) will implicitly transport the past and future to you.

Turnaround

Posted by Len Wallick

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Mercury stationing direct and the Sun-Pluto conjunction combine to imply a turning point this coming weekend. Len Wallick suggests that these turnarounds, in particular, are not endings, but transitions that can serve to make you aware of where you are in a much longer continuum.

Write It Down, Speak It Without Fear

Posted by Amanda Painter

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On Sunday, Mercury stations direct in close proximity to a bevvy of interesting objects in late Sagittarius. Amanda Painter recaps Planet Waves FM, particularly focusing on what Pholus, Quaoar and the Galactic Center have to say with Mercury in their midst.

That Time of Year

Posted by Len Wallick

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The transition from 2016 to 2017 is at hand, and with it the nearly universal celebrations which often include the consumption of alcohol. As Len Wallick interprets the astrology, at least one aspect strongly suggests that you should even more careful with strong drink than you might normally think.

A New Moon Prelude to a New Year

Posted by Amanda Painter

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Amanda Painter suggests that, coming in the midst of so much uncertainty and difficulty, today’s Capricorn New Moon underscores our ability to harness our imagination again; to bolster our determination to use what we’ve learned; and to allow for some careful self-reflection, keeping the avenues of healing and compassion open.

Initiating Maturation

Posted by Len Wallick

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The last New Moon of 2016 will take place on Thursday in Capricorn, and will correspond with the opposition from Jupiter (in Libra) to Uranus (in Aries). Len Wallick suggests the Sun and Moon are both letting you know where you are, and giving you a head start on completing what you started six years ago.

Return to the Great Mystery

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“I agree with your analysis and thoughts about what is fueling the social rupturing we are seeing today. I am an amateur student of history and there is a deep underlying pattern that I have seen that holds true for most of humanity’s experiments in social living, at least as we know of it.” Reader Sally responds to Eric’s letter about anger.