Evidence and the Moon

Posted by Len Wallick

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The phases of the Moon are clear to see. Less evident is where on the zodiac the Moon is expressing from. As Len Wallick points out today, the fact that November initiates with an Aries Moon could conceivably be made to initiate a new phase in your personal evolution.

Watching the Lunar Flow

Posted by Len Wallick

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In keeping with all you can (and can’t) see in the night sky right now, Len Wallick today encourages you to watch the lunar flow this weekend. Based on where the Moon is, and what it is moving towards, you can gather valuable clues about how to be in that flow yourself.

Of Rabbit Holes and Deep Dives

Posted by Amanda Painter

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What’s the difference between falling down an aimless rabbit hole and following your instincts to uncover a mystery, or to get beneath the surface of something in a way that changes you? The activities can look the same at the outset. Amanda Painter suggests that with the current Scorpionic astrology, what you do with what you discover, or how it changes you, may be the defining factor.

Background Shift

Posted by Len Wallick

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By the time next week is underway, five sign rulers other than the Moon will have changed sign in a fortnight. As Len Wallick sees it, that flurry of ingresses will correspond to a change of context for your life – a shift of background you might very well be able to take advantage of.

A High-Voltage New Moon, with Options

Posted by Amanda Painter

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Today there’s a New Moon in Libra that’s just loaded with energy. Chances are you’ve already been feeling it this week. Amanda Painter explains that, despite the fact that a Moon waning to its new phase tends to be lower-energy, this one is plugged into a high-voltage outlet — Uranus — which might be sending up sparks in your relationships.

New Moon Thursday

Posted by Len Wallick

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Looking at a child, it’s not so easy to tell what sort of adult she or he will grow up to be. That’s how Len Wallick is looking at tomorrow’s Libra New Moon. While some distinguishing qualities and/or challenges may be evident, the outcome will not be so clear.

What the World Needs Now

Posted by Len Wallick

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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.

Saucy Transformation, Harmony and You

Posted by Amanda Painter

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If you’ve been feeling a need for some energy to shift, you’re in luck. This week sees two major planets changing signs: Jupiter left Libra and entered Scorpio on Tuesday; and on Saturday, Venus will exit Virgo and enter one of its ‘home’ signs, Libra. Amanda Painter considers how these shifts might manifest, and how they might influence other weekend astrology.

Unmentionable

Posted by Len Wallick

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Fair warning: Len Wallick refers to what would normally be something unmentionable in today’s column. Indeed, one famous American would almost certainly (but also quite hypocritically) call it disgusting. See what you think. The fate of public discourse may well depend on what you do in response.

Reach and Grasp

Posted by Len Wallick

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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.

What’s Underneath It All

Posted by Amanda Painter

Photo of Venus conjunct Mars and the crescent Moon from February 2015 by Amanda Painter.

Recent news has a lot of people either feeling activated to fight for change, or overwhelmed and seeking emotional refuge. It may seem like there’s not a lot of room for things like connecting with others, making art, making love or integrating everything that’s rushing at us. And yet, as Amanda Painter describes, some of these very things are suggested through two major aspects.

Seeds of Wisdom

Posted by Len Wallick

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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.