Mars Retrograde Tuesday, June 26   Mars has been slowing down in the skies lately, and on Tuesday it will make a complete stop before appearing to trace its path backwards across the stars. For us, this Mars retrograde motion asks us to retrace our own steps through Aquarius and Capricorn, making us revisit things …

Sun in Cancer Thursday, June 21 For the next month, the Sun will be in the sign of Cancer. Your instincts to nurture and protect others will be heightened, but beware the overindulgence of taking care of others without practicing good self-care. As the Sun moves across this part of the sky it will make …

Mercury in Cancer & Venus in Leo Tuesday, June 12 & Wednesday, June 13   Alright, this post is late (published on Saturday)… so you’ll just have to take my word that the below is purely based on the theoretical astrology. It just happens to line up for me very well! Check out my reflections …

Main Event This Week: Mercury Cazimi in Gemini (Tuesday, June 5) When Mercury is Cazimi, it is directly aligned with the Sun, or as the ancients said, was in the “heart of the Sun”. Mercury could not be stronger at this moment! In it’s home sign of Gemini, empowered by the rays of the Sun, …

Pop Culture has really overemphasized the use of the Sun Sign as the most important astrological indicator in your birth chart, but that could be the 2nd or even 3rd most important marker! This article lays out the differences between the three most important points in a person’s star chart and helps you find them …

Main Event This Week: Mercury ingress into Gemini (Tuesday, May 29) At home in Gemini, Mercury witnesses the birth of new ideas, a renaissance of perspective and communication. The only thing holding it back is its proximity to the Sun (also in Gemini), which makes Mercury invisible to the naked eye– but wait until Mercury …

This is a rambling collection of thoughts I’m sharing to have a place to point someone to if I’m tired of defending my interest in astrology.   It’s not a science, so…? Don’t get me wrong, I love a good scientific fact. I love the progress we have made technologically (minus the part where we’re …