Full Moon in Sagittarius: MoonStruck

Full Moon in Sagittarius: MoonStruck

Full moons usually represent the expansion of the new moon’s hidden and emotional energy that often manifests in some form 14 days later at the time of the full moon. With the world under the grips of a pandemic and

Sagittarius originally went by the name of Chiron. Instead of being just “The Archer,” Chiron was also known as the “wounded healer” and the “teacher of heroes.” He was mortally wounded by one of the arrows that Hercules dipped in the poisonous and fatal blood of the Lernaean Hydra. Since Chiron was an immortal, he suffered profoundly but could not die. Hercules strikes a deal with Zeus to have Prometheus released from being chained to a rock for giving fire to humans and in exchange for the sacrifice of Chiron’s life. Since Chiron was the teacher of such heroes as Achilles, Jason of Argos and the Gemini twins, he was placed among the stars. citizen’s under the marshall law adjacent policies of some variation of a “Shelter In Place” policy, the line between expectations and enforcement has blurred the definition of discretionary power and the fighting spirit of the wounded healer Sagittarius/Chiron has been activated within us all.

Sagittarius’ Bow and Arrow of Challenge

Sagittarius’ Bow and Arrow of Challenge

The Moon in Scorpio has really activated that “kick you in the teeth with steel-toes” reactionary environment that we all long for. (I really need sarcasm font). ▲This may be right up there with having dreams of being in crowded places without a stitch...
New Moon in Aries: Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better!

New Moon in Aries: Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better!

Time to turbo charge those thoughts, dreams and delusions of grandeur. The Aries sun has arrived in Tropical Astrology and emperor Aries will skip taking prisoners and go straight to the water boarding of egos and self esteem. To recap, the new moon is always a great...
Uranus' Shock Treatment: FULL MOON IN CAPRICORN

Uranus' Shock Treatment: FULL MOON IN CAPRICORN

Cancer is Fire of Water and its sensual watery sparks ignite the summer Solstice. Capricorn is the fire of earth and represents the stability of earth and the creativity of fire with the added benefits of air and water because earth is composed of all of the elements. Like Cancer represents life at its peak, Capricorn is the figurative celestial gate of transformation and rebirth of the sun at the winter solstice.

Mars: The God of March?

Aries is ruled by and associated with the planet Mars because Aries is considered the cardinal-fire (initiator) force that ignites (or reignites) the zodiac cycle. In Rome, Mars was seen as a military god worshipped by the legions of its soldiers. Mars was the first day of the year in the ancient Roman 10-month Calendar. At that time, the month was called Martius and winter time had no months at all.

Moon in Libra

Moon in Libra

The Goddess of Love is back! The Moon entered Libra and this weekend promises to by a weekend of love and unity. Not just

the physical, erotic and nurturing love, but love of family community and the world. Pay close attention to how polite many people will be this weekend and expect the unexpected because Mars (the Planet of action) and Saturn (the planet of authority and ambition) are also in conjunction under Libra.

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