Transformative Mercury Retrograde

Posted on Posted in 2020, Mercury, Rx, Uranus

If my yesterday was any indication of what this upcoming Mercury in Retrograde will be, we are in for quite the ride. The God of communication will be turning on his heals today at 9:04 PM (EDT) just past 180˚ from Uranus, the God of the unexpected and innovation.  So, while every Mercury Retrograde (Rx) […]

Helping While Home-bound

Posted on Posted in 2020

Like many around the world, I find myself sheltering-in-place. And in these unprecedented times, I have spent a lot of time turning inward to see where and how I can be of most help. To be honest, when life first began on the trajectory, we now find ourselves, I became a little frantic in my desire to be of help to family, friends, neighbors, clients, and students. In those early days, that feel like 3-months, not 3-weeks ago, I created a two-page list of all the classes I was going to develop and launch in a week.

The Poetry of Mercury Retrograde

Posted on Posted in 2020

Once again, Mercury, the messenger, is moving backward through the sky. Although the term Mercury Retrograde is becoming ever more common, it is often misunderstood. So, before I take you too far down the rabbit hole, here is a little context as to what is happening. Firstly, when a planet is retrograde, yes, all planets go retrograde; it is not, in fact, moving backward; it merely appears to be from our perspective on Earth. I often explain it to clients by likening it to the sensation of driving by an 18-wheeler and experiencing the feeling of drifting backward.

Saturn in Capricorn Dec 2017- Dec 2020

Posted on Posted in 2017

At 11:50 PM EST Dec. 19th Saturn will be in Capricorn for the first time since February 1991. Saturn is one of the slower moving planets through the zodiac so he won’t fully be out of Capricorn until the end of 2020. So, what the heck does all this mean? Well, Saturn (or Cronos for […]

I Love Astrology, but I’m Sick of the Twaddle

Posted on Posted in 2017

Sun sign astrology is the stereotypes of each sign. One it is just a generalization so it’s sure to fall flat, and two, the Sun is not the only celestial object used by astrologers, nor were all celestial objects in the same sign as the sum when any one of us was born.