Each year at this time, I am busy creating the Planet Waves annual edition. It’s an Internet tradition but it’s also a tradition in my life. I also consider it an invention: a way to get you a solid, detailed and authentic astrology reading, with information that makes a difference in your life.
“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.
Tonight’s edition of Planet Waves looks at the spiritual growth process of the United States, following Pluto transits through the primary U.S. horoscope (the Sibly chart). We’re getting near the end of the year, and I have not done a “this is what 2017 looks like” piece yet — I’m planning to have that for you next week.
Yesterday, as caravans of veterans continued to join the thousands of veterans already converging in Standing Rock, as part of a lauded “self-deployment” aimed at shielding Water Protectors from further police violence, an unexpected victory was announced by the Army Corps of Engineers: The long-awaited easement permit that would allow completion of the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) would be withheld pending an environmental impact study.
Today the Earth and the Sun align with the Great Attractor, the center of our local universe. The Great Attractor is associated with the Laniakea Supercluster, a pool of subatomic particles located in deep space. It’s so vast that it serves as the central feature of a cluster of 100,000 galaxies, including our own.