False rumor is once again spreading around the internet that the zodiac signs have changed. It’s about as accurate as NASA saying you should have five wheels on your car, or 79 tarot cards in your deck. The prank began in the 1970s and last surfaced in 2011. When is this one going to go away? This is not scientific fact — it’s a prank by scientists to mess with astrology fans. The zodiac signs were established in around 350 BC based on the seasons of the year — not the constellations.
In the new Planet Waves TV, I cover Friday’s eclipse of the Moon in Pisces. This is a truly beautiful eclipse in that really brings in a grouping of elements in Sagittarius: Mars, Pholus, Quaoar and the Galactic Core. So this version of TV is rich with information about the minor planets mentioned, and gives a good look at an under-appreciated topic, the center of our Milky Way galaxy — our homing signal.
Today’s Planet Waves TV looks at the total solar eclipse in Virgo, which takes place at 5:06 am EDT on Thursday, Sept. 1. This eclipse focuses on the Saturn-Neptune square, and includes a stellar appearance by Altjira, the aboriginal god of the dreamtime. This is a most interesting eclipse, with a feeling of bold imagination […]
The new Planet Waves TV covers the Aquarius Full Moon, which takes place early Thursday morning in the United States and midday in the UK and Europe. The Full Moon makes many aspects other planets — in particular the group hanging out at about 23 degrees of the signs. But it also is taking an aspect from the Mars-Saturn conjunction that’s brewing and which is exact August 24.
This week, Jupiter is opposite Chiron. This aspect has a way of tapping into the invisible — in particular, the dimensions we cannot see, and knowledge without a dependable source. I suggest that all information, whether from a newspaper or a past-life reader, needs to be subjected to multiple sources of verification. That should be easy.
In this week’s Planet Waves TV, I cover the Leo New Moon, which happens Tuesday. Mars changes signs two hours before, entering Sagittarius: we now get the spiritual side of the sexual equation revealing its true purpose. I look at the chart in three different formts: the New Moon and major aspects, the asteroids, and the centaur planets.
In this week’s Planet Waves TV, Eric describes the transition we’ve made from a grand water trine to a grand fire trine. This week Mercury and the Moon in Leo make aspects to planets in Aries and Sagittarius — a significant shift away from the murky watery energy of recent weeks and months.
This week’s aspects deliver one message above all: when you’re feeling doubt or fear, check in with yourself. Find your inner sanctuary. The world, particularly news from the United States, has been painful and stressful. Yet if you’re in contact with your feelings, you will lessen the effects and make some helpful discoveries.
The new edition of Planet Waves TV covers Monday morning’s Cancer New Moon, the grand water trine and kite pattern with Pluto. I also cover the United States Sibly chart, the most widely used chart for July 4, 1776. I look at the question: why is the United States so neurotic? Why do we squander our resources? The answer seems to be that we feel guilty about how we got them.
We live in the age of the identity crisis run wild. In today’s special edition of Planet Waves TV, Eric checks into the charts of the U.K. voting to leave the European Union. Strange but true: on the day that the modern United Kingdom was formed (Jan. 1, 1801), a planet was discovered, named Ceres — and it factors prominently into the reading.