After changing their story a few times, the top brass admitted that the bombing by US special ops(2) that wiped out a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz in October was not an accident. Apparently the U.S. advisers(3) had heard a rumor that a terrorist was inside.… click here to continue reading.
In fairy tales, the gifts magical creatures bestow are always exactly suited to the hero’s tasks. Since life is a fairy tale, the same applies to the tools we are given by circumstances. Each is perfect for our path, and for the age we were born into.
Ours being the age of the Fantastic Information Machine.
Ideally we would use our computers and phones with the same mindfulness with which we’d use magic beans or an enchanted lamp.… click here to continue reading.
We don’t have the huge, divisive for-or-against war debate that we had a decade ago. Instead there’s an uneasy huffing and puffing from both political parties. It has the feeling of reluctant posturing, but cumulatively it sounds like the drumbeats of war.
It’s a deadly default strategy, and it’s only possible because of the absence of any sense of history.… click here to continue reading.
Here in the spring of 2015, Pluto is halfway through Capricorn. Its square with Uranus, having hit exactitude for the last time mid-March, has officially begun its assimilation phase. Our cells have started digesting it. Its lessons are slowly being absorbed into the troubled body of the Anima Mundi.
But early April is beset by severe aftershocks. From April 5th-10th the Sun and Mercury in Aries will conjoin Uranus and square Pluto, our first post-exactitude test.… click here to continue reading.
Right now, Pluto and Uranus are leaning in so close we can practically feel their breath.(1) Sparks from the Aries and Leo transits are practically singeing our eyebrows(2).
If we’re feeling bold enough to look death in the eye, first of all we get ourselves centered. Then we identify our most deeply entrenched fears — the ones that make our innards contract just thinking about them (Pluto).… click here to continue reading.
The new year opened as the transits suggested it would, with reactive dogma (Saturn in Sagittarius) against the background of the Uranus-Pluto square, the astrological time bomb of our era.
The shootings in Paris aroused universal outrage, which has inspired a mass conversation. People’s hearts opened in an outpouring of a worldwide unity. Is this what these horrors are for?
This is the Saturn-in-Sagittarius question. What must happen to provoke us to ask it?… click here to continue reading.
Transits like this one trigger events that are often very unpleasant. Uranus and Pluto are exactly square in the sky, as I write. It’s the 6th out of seven times this historic transit (2012-15) has been exact to the degree. The last time will be in March 2015.… click here to continue reading.
Neptune is the also-ran outer planet. It hasn’t been getting the press that Uranus and Pluto have been getting. But it is stationing in mid-November in the sign of its rulership, Pisces, where it is maximally strong (2011-2025). These weeks of its station provide a window into its power.
Neptunian power is all-encompassing but subtle, like the smell of salt water in the air. We feel it buzzing in the collective vibration like an ocean of bees.… click here to continue reading.
But Mercury didn’t cause the catastrophe. Planets don’t cause events, nor do they supply us with quick and easy answers. In fact, they pose questions. Right now they are posing some very pressing questions, and they aren’t taking “I don’t know” for an answer.… click here to continue reading.
But by Natural Law there is an equally remarkable influx of truth-telling happening. It is a cure equal to the need.
The Cosmos is nothing if not symmetrical.
Truth flows into my reality every day. Sometimes it comes from artists, sometimes from spiritual teachers, sometimes from “political” thinkers.… click here to continue reading.