Tag Archives: Lynda Hill

It’s A Boy! (A brief, fun news item with a chart)

At 38 minutes of age, April’s youngest calf stood successfully. A few tries to get the hang of it were enough for me to realize I was catching my breath in anticipation his learning to balance on the spindly little legs on which he will make his way in life. Now imagine this: I live

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Saturn Direct: Taking Care of Business!

Since I always work with the UK chart in articles like this one as the first of the three nations–UK, USA, India–on which I focus. As always, my chart for the transit of Saturn stationary direct is placed in Greenwich, UK, where we find the Royal Observatory at the Prime Meridian. I’ve always seen Saturn-ruled

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The World Tapestry: The Brexit Dilemma. What Next? – Part 2 of 2

Part 1                                                                                          Lake Albano, 1762, by Richard Wilson The 9th house

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The World Tapestry: The Brexit Dilemma. What Next? – Part 1 of 2

When I first began to consider looking at Solar Returns for India and Pakistan, I wondered whether I was being fair to myself as an astrologer. I didn’t even have their histories and was going solely based on what I was seeing of these nations through their natal and subsequent Solar and Lunar Return charts.

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Neptune, Cloud Walking, and Another Gift from the Cosmos! – Part 2

Part 1 NASA’s K2 Finds Newborn Exoplanet Around Young Star K2-33b, shown in this illustration, is one of the youngest exoplanets detected to date. It makes a complete orbit around its star in about five days. – Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech These two characteristics combined provide exciting new directions for planet-formation theories. K2-33b could have formed

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Neptune, Cloud Walking, and Another Gift from the Cosmos! – Part 1

In the midst of writing this yesterday, I broke from my norm and added more. I’ve written several pieces on Neptune already. No surprise. While some of you may moan and groan at this god of the sea, please ignore any winces and whines that may sound as if I don’t adore dear old Nep! It’s

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Murder By Frog With A Twist Of Faulkner, Part 2

Repeating the first chart offered from part 1: The Chiron-Uranus semisextile forms a Blooming Undecaquartisextile (UQSXT) to the North Node (NN), offering a downright riveting look at the karmic side of events as they must have taken place. The Daily Mail quoted the long-time friend as she spoke about the telephone call with Leigh Ann.

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Murder By Frog With A Twist Of Faulkner, Part 1

It may have been my first semester in college when I read “A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner but I loved his ability to wrap the reader around his pinky finger and perhaps add a touch of the macabre while tossing in the element of humor-edged surprise. But I have to tell you there was

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The World Tapestry: Charges In The Flint Water Crisis

Regardless of where you are in the world, by now most of you know about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan because it could happen to any and all of us. As this crisis has gone on, so has another water crisis around the world in India so I suppose I’ve been following both with

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Happy Birthday, Clyde Tombaugh’s (No, Not Disney’s) Pluto!

I’m not one to stand all the time on ceremony, so why should I start now? A mere two weeks after Clyde Tombaugh’s 24th birthday, he made an incredible discovery. Of course Mike Brown of the International Astronomical Union (IAU)–a member of the International Council for Science (ICSU)– disagrees that Pluto is worthy of recognition.

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