I have an image in my head that features Pluto as Santa Claus. He’s just arrived in the state of Capricorn, and he’s sitting there benevolently on his Santa chair. We sky-watchers are lined up at the velvet rope, waiting to sit on his knee and tell him our fondest hopes about what we want out of the next sixteen years. And what do you want Pluto in Capricorn to bring you, little girl?… click here to continue reading.
As Pluto (breakdown) continues to oppose the US Venus/Jupiter (beliefs about money), received wisdom is taking a beating in the USA. And as the economy implodes, Neptune (disillusion), Chiron (wounds) and Jupiter (make that big wounds) are hitting the US Moon (the public mood). Those Americans who have their eyes open are getting the sense that everything they were taught to believe about the American Dream was based on lies. Sort of like the Iraq War.… click here to continue reading.
With every month that passes, it’s becoming more important to stay clear-headed. Things are moving very fast, and we need to know what’s going on. We need to devise, quite deliberately, mechanisms to stay tuned in to truth.
The news on TV is not where we will get the truth. (Let’s not even talk about commercial radio. That whole medium seems to have been shanghaied by the right wing, who use it as a podium for their most mean-spirited nutcases.) Television gives us a faux reality, and we need to strengthen our connections to the real reality.… click here to continue reading.
Jupiter, Chiron and Neptune are joining forces in a conjunction that peaks for the first time on May 27th. Everything you associate with Neptune, the god of dreams and chaos, is being exaggerated by Jupiter. All the woundedness around these issues is being brought to the surface by Chiron.… click here to continue reading.
Depression and anxiety are now epidemic, and I do not mean the term hyperbolically. These states of mind constitute a mass reality in contemporary America as surely as the Black Plague was a mass reality in 14th-Century England.