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Saturn Goes to Church – The Peeling of Life’s Onion – in Layers and Textures: Part 2

Continuing from Saturn Goes to Church – The Peeling of Life’s Onion – in Layers and Textures: Part 1 with my apologies for the length. I was shocked to see how long this was!   Part 2 But keep in mind the Peeling of Life’s Onion. We often see Saturn as cold, unrelenting, the disciplinarian, the teacher.

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Saturn Goes to Church – The Peeling of Life’s Onion – in Layers and Textures: Part 1

Please note, this is a two-part article at this time. It may need to be expanded into more parts, but please do not think the article stops at the bottom of this page. It goes on to part 2, located here. The link under the word “here” is live. When I was 15, I read a

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On Astrology, Astrologers, Learning–and The Peeling of Life’s Onion

As a person with a Scorpio rising and a dominance of planets–all of my sociable (terrestrial) planets and luminaries (Sun and Moon) below the horizon–I’m frequently misunderstood and even accused of things I’m not. It brings to mind a conversation I had some time ago with another astrologer (I haven’t asked his permission so it

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Pluto, Full On – Part 3

At last, we have reached the point where I began–Pluto’s shift in apparent motion to direct again. And with these shifts to retrograde and direct, back and forth like the pendulum swings–yes, a direct reference to Edgar Allen Poe for who better than he could describe the horror we often feel when Pluto makes its

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Pluto, Full On – Part 2: The Unexpected Again!

Pluto, Full On – Part 2 is not going to be the article I expected–yet. There is some tidying up to do–and a new name for all of us to wrap our minds around: A dear friend of several years now, Philip Graves, and I had a very important discussion this morning and through the

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Ireland and the Gay Marriage Vote

I’ve usually left Ireland and her inner conflicts alone because there are so many nations in the world one can follow, it just seemed as if I was spreading myself too thinly. Nations make changes by voting, by coups and other pressures that may revealed in shifting political and emotional moods across the land. But this

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Jason Brown – Bringing a Dream to Reality

November 15, 2014 In India, seva is a truly pure effort to do right by the world around you, to help those in need where you can. I hold seva deeply in my heart, and I believe this philosophy is true even when you don’t have much. Apparently the former NFL offensive lineman Jason Brown

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