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    What the Frack?! My Stars and Planets!

    by  • October 23, 2014 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Politics, Science • 0 Comments

    Water is the ultimate battlefield for survival, which we are losing with droughts and flooding that dumps it where it’s not wanted but much of the real damage to the water supply comes from fracking and coal slurry operations dumping their polluted waters into aquifers for drinking water and farm irrigation. Those chemicals are toxic […]

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    Mercury Retrograde Ruminations

    by  • October 16, 2014 • Astrology, Economics, History, News, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Sports • 0 Comments

    Mercury retrograde, as noted by some other astrologers, often gives victory to the underdog, a reason for all the upsets in the MLB playoffs, the NFL and NCAA football. It could be a World Series of two wild card teams, which just doesn’t happen. We’ll see. When the biggest ever underdog Dodgers won it all […]

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    Alpha Dog Solar Eclipse Will Bring Major Change…Sometime Soon

    by  • October 13, 2014 • Astrology, Celebs, Climate Change, Environment, History, News, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Sports • 0 Comments

    The Scorpio Solar eclipse also has Venus at the same degree as the lunation, zero degrees, a powerful ingress New Moon which will be followed by zero degree New Moons in November and December and for a few months after that the new moons are right before the ingress. Zero and 29 degrees are very […]

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    Small Planets Change Directions and Have Huge Impacts

    by  • September 22, 2014 • Astrology, Celebs, Economics, History, News, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Spirituality, Sports • 0 Comments

    On this equinox, Pluto turns direct but it’s not a strong chart but when Mercury turns retrograde on Yom Kippur, the Sun exactly squares Pluto, bringing all kinds of shit to the surface. Domestic abuse is still very much in the national conversation and all you need to look at is the placement, in the […]

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