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    TAURUS SKYSCOPE 2015

    by  • April 18, 2015 • Astrology, Economics, Environment, Humor, News, Philosophy, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Spirituality • 0 Comments

    Early morning on 4-20, the Sun settles into Taurus, sign of herbs and nature, and while we are free of the turmoil of last’s year’s Grand Cross, our ingress is marred by the misperceptions of Mercury square Jupiter, making accurate judgments difficult. Actions speak louder than words, particularly when Mars in Taurus is enhanced by […]

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    Changing Times Favor Women

    by  • April 16, 2015 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Spirituality • 0 Comments

    There will be more women elected to public office and women will attain higher positions on business, as this year’s US Solar Return has Venus conjoined to Jupiter on the ASC. Reparations for women began in 1984 when Geraldine Ferraro was the vice presidential candidate with Walter Mondale running against Reagan/Bush. Prominent celestial clusters for […]

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    A Couple of Creepy Capricorns Crave Control

    by  • April 10, 2015 • Astrology, Celebs, History, News, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Spirituality • 0 Comments

    With the announcement of Ted Cruz and Rand Paul declaring for presidential runs, I thought it interesting that there are now two corrupt Capricorns craving complete control. None of the other candidates are Caps, so here’s what happened. Rand Paul has Pluto inching towards his Sun and Uranus is opposing Cruz’s Moon. They are both […]

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    Reversing Polarity

    by  • April 9, 2015 • Astrology, Climate Change, Economics, Environment, History, News, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology/Sociology, Science, Spirituality • 0 Comments

    April fourth’s Lunar Eclipse was the same degree as the US Saturn and two days before, the US and Iran reached a deal on a framework for nuclear downsizing to alleviate the crippling sanctions Iran has been burdened by for a little more than 35 years. The reason Iran has been a trouble spot is […]

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