• 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…

  • 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…

  • North Node in Taurus: Back to the Land

    It’s time for the Nodes to change signs. On May 6, 2020, the North Node entered Gemini, which I named “Learning on Demand”. Looking back at that time, education will never be the same. It’s now called hybrid learning. Zoom is permanently part of school now. The North Node will leave Gemini and will enter Taurus on December 23, 2021. Let’s get to know what the Nodes are before jumping into this next phase. Just like the planets, the Moon’s Nodes travel around the Zodiac, only they travel in retro…

  • Jupiter Joins the Capricorn Party!

    As if the huge Capricorn Party wasn’t large enough, now the big guy Jupiter is entering this auspicious group of planets. All astrologers are talking about this so I wanted to share it with everyone. We are in historic times now and it can be seen easily with astrology. Even though I’ve written about this before, now that the time that this main grouping is here, it’s important enough to examine again. (Chart at the end of the article). Jupiter enters Capricorn on December 3rd and remains in tha…

  • Once in a Very Blue Moon

    So what is a Blue Moon? When there are two Full Moons in one month, the second one is called a Blue Moon. As the lyrics read from that classic song, “Just once in a very blue moon, and I feel one comin’ on soon”. Yes, one is comin’ soon . . . on January 31st. Remember that 2018 started with a Super Moon on January 1st. A Super Moon is when the Full Moon is closer to the Earth and appears a bit larger. It is actually 14% larger than the smallest Moon, which is quite significant and noticeable wi…