Tonight, as I was working on the largest of the next articles, another story caught my eye and I had to address it. I had covered teen suicide in the indigenous peoples–from the Pine Ridge, South Dakota reservation where I lived for my 16th summer to various areas of Canada and the First Nations there.
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Uranus shifted to Stationary Direct as Christmas Day closed in the United States and on the 26th, Boxing Day in the UK, India and many other parts of the world. No matter how we look at it, the transiting Cardinal T-square comes to light with the Moon in tight but not partile opposition to Pluto
I had only been studying astrology a little over a year when a tragedy hit someone close to me at the time. A complex tale, the person’s father, years before, had moved to a country far from his and his father’s birthplace. Over the course of the next roughly 20 years, the father had launched
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
Coming into this post, I had strictly wanted to look at this past week’s Full Moon in Scorpio–the Wesak Moon as Robert Wilkinson of Aquarius Papers calls it, the Buddhist Moon that Richard Nolle acknowledges, the “Full Flower Moon” as another person noted to me this week. But my focus is far from the beauty