• The Astrology of King Charles

    With the historic Coronation occurring on May 6th, this seems like this is the perfect time to get to know the chart of King Charles III. But first, what are some details about this ceremony that are steeped in tradition of Great Britain? This is Pomp and Circumstance at its finest. King Charles acceded to the throne on September 8, 2022 upon the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. The coronation of King Charles and his wife, Camilla, as King and Queen of the United Kingdom and their common…

  • Pluto Squares the Nodes

    Pluto is the planet to pay attention to now. He’s moving into Aquarius as I wrote about for my last newsletter, but there’s more. As Pluto enters Aquarius, he will square the Moon’s Nodes at the same time. The Nodes are changing signs too, so they will all line up together as they all make their ingresses into new signs. I don’t usually spend much time looking at a square to Pluto, but this one lasts for an exceptionally long time. Pluto will be square, or red lines, to the Nodal Axis from March…

  • Tough Saturn Enters Soft Pisces

    On March 7th, 2023, Saturn will enter the sign of Pisces. Saturn has been the main planet in focus for the last year and he is now leaving radical Aquarius and will be entering spiritual Pisces. This ingress is one of the main astrological events happening this year. Saturn has an orbit of approximately 29 years and is therefore in a sign for about 2 ½ years. The last time Saturn was in Pisces was 1993 – 1996. That was the time when the internet was really starting to gain popularity. The time b…

  • What's Up for Your Sign During Pisces?

    Pisces Happy Birthday, sweet Pisces. You are in for a change this birthday month because Saturn will enter your sign of Pisces and will be there for 2 ½ years. Saturn is the planet of accomplishments, so prepare yourself for a growth spurt. Have a strong intention of what you want to do and let Saturn help you. Aries Venus will enter your sign of Aries on February 20th and will remain there until March 19th. Venus is all about art, beauty and love. Whichever one of those perks your interest, now…

  • Pluto Enters Aquarius

    Spoiler Alert! The Aquarian Age is almost here! We are now entering an entirely new era, and it is called Pluto in Aquarius. This is a rare cycle and Pluto is worthy of an entire article and not just a mention. In a few years, Everything is going to be different. A new paradigm. Luckily, astrology can look into the future and make sense of it. I’m going to look at Pluto in Aquarius way back in history as well as a bit in the future. Let’s get to know the planet and archetype of Pluto first. Plut…

  • Preview of 2023

    A new year is upon us, and it looks like it’s going to be a good one. We need a good year after the last few dicey ones. There aren’t many challenging planetary aspects, and the Chinese New Year is the gentle Water Rabbit. Let’s hope the Rabbit is happy this year. So, what is going to happen in 2023? Planetary Alignments There aren’t many rare transits during this year, but the ones that are occurring are pretty flashy. On May 17th, Jupiter in Taurus squares Pluto in Aquarius. Jupiter has an orb…

  • Jupiter Enters Feisty Aries

    We’re in for an exciting ride with Jupiter going into Aries, one of the strongest signs of the Zodiac. Excitement will be the result. The question is – how are you going to use this extra shot of energy? Jupiter was in Aries from May 10 to July 28, 2022, when it turned retrograde and backed into Pisces on October 28th. Jupiter turns direct again on November 23rd and enters Aries for good on December 20, 2022. Since Jupiter already spent a little time in Aries, Jupiter now just zips through Aries…

  • Daylight Saving Time and Time Zones

    On November 6th, Daylight Saving Time starts, for most of the country at least. This is a hard concept to understand, so I wanted to bring clarity to it. Most of the US, and much of the world, change their clocks twice a year. In the Fall, everyone moves their time back one hour and then forward one hour in the spring. The saying goes, “Spring Forward and Fall Backward.” Why do we do this? This is a concept that was used throughout history by ancient civilizations. The Romans used water clocks …

  • The Mid-Term Election Eclipse

    Astrology always coincides with worldly events and the upcoming mid-term election is no different. There are only two Lunar Eclipses per year and November 8th is one of them. Not only is it an Eclipse, but it’s a nasty one too. An Eclipse occurs when both the Sun and Moon align with the Moon’s Nodes. The Eclipse seasons are six months apart with a Solar Eclipse happening on the New Moon and a Lunar Eclipse occurring on the Full Moon. The Moon’s Nodes are intersecting points between the path of t…

  • Astrology Conference Musings

    There is excitement in the air for astrologers as we get ready to go to a much-awaited conference. The name of the organization is the International Society for Astrological Research, or ISAR. It is being held in Westminster, Colorado which is close to Denver during the last week in August. I wanted to share my excitement with you all and let you know about the broad styles of astrology presented at these conferences. Astrologers are particularly excited because the conference was cancelled in 2…