In tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM, I dive deep into Pisces, and take a close look at Sunday’s eclipse of the Sun. I open the discussion on all things taboo, as described by Vesta (goddess of the hearth, and of sexual healing) and Nessus (centaur often associated with transgression). Music is by The Joy Formidable.
In tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM, I start with a discussion of the current eclipse pattern, which leads into the Russian connection and the resignation of Michael Flynn, the now former national security advisor to the president. The Russian connection is going to be the gift that keeps on giving.
Tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM features Carole King, whose 75th birthday is Thursday. I begin with Friday’s eclipse of the Moon in Leo, and the many, many aspects that it makes. In the second segment, I look at the litigation regarding Trump’s Muslim ban; there’s about to be a hearing in San Francisco. In the third segment, I look at Carole King’s chart.
In this media-themed program, I look at the Uranus-Eris conjunction, Mars on the Aries Point, as well as the forthcoming Venus retrograde. In the last segment, I bring in Andrew McLuhan as my guest, and we consider what’s going on within us and around us. For my musical guests, we have Simon & Garfunkel, with songs that are (gasp!) 50 years old and sound as fresh as the day they were recorded.
Eric has informed us that he’s in the final phase of writing The Book of Your Life, and has devoted this week and weekend to finishing up. He is committed to publishing this project as soon as reasonably possible, so feel free to send some positive vibes his way this week. These are all major projects, and no sign gets neglected. Eric really wants to get the annual done, and he’s making sure it will be the best it can be.
The buck stops now. We do have that opportunity now. You might say that Nessus includes all that stuff about misogyny and boundary issues and sexual transgression. Nessus is on the South Node, the release point of the zodiac. And this weekend, women of the world spoke up. There was both an embrace and a vast letting go. This was not an angry protest. This was a loving protest, a statement of presence, an experiment in raising our collective voices.
In tonight’s edition, I look first at the Capricorn New Moon (which happens Thursday). This takes place conjunct Mercury, which is about halfway through its retrograde, and sextile Mars. Mars is applying to a conjunction with Neptune on New Year’s Eve. Be the designated driver! I then give you a preview of the astrology of 2017, looking out as far as 2020.