Astro-Insight

January 2017

January sets the tone for the year: blasts of forceful, fiery action, passions and emotions, interspersed with pockets of contemplation, grace and renewal. Think of a cosmic hand feverishly working a cigarette lighter, taking a periodic break, then returning to the lighter with renewed, relentless vigor.

December 2015 Cancer Full Moon

December 25, 2015 3:11 AM PST / 6:11 AM EST / 11:11 AM GMT 3 Cancer 19 / 3 Capricorn 19 The heavens are giving a phenomenal boost to the Christmas season this year. The day that celebrates a child’s birth sees the moon full in Cancer, the sign of mothe …

2015 Sagittarius New Moon

December 11, 2015 2:29 AM PST / 5:29 AM EST / 10:29 AM GMT 19 Sagittarius 2 As turmoil, violence and divisiveness escalate to jaw-dropping proportions, the Sagittarius New Moon invites us to look at and broaden our outlook on life. Beliefs, laws, natio …

December 2015

December may have you wondering if humankind lives in parallel universes that masquerade as one. Each of them is now undergoing a massive evolutionary surge, furthering agendas and fundamental restructuring that have been years in the works.  In one la …

2015 Gemini Full Moon

November 25, 2015 2:44 PM PST / 5:44 PM EST / 10:44 PM GMT 3 Gemini 20 / 3 Sagittarius 20 The real-world impact of ideas comes home to roost at the Gemini Full Moon. It delivers an emotional report card that we can’t hide -- which won’t stop some of us …

2015 Scorpio New Moon

November 11, 2015 9:47 AM PST / 12:47 PM EST / 5:47 PM GMT 19 Scorpio 00 “What Lies Beneath” is the theme of the next four weeks. The Scorpio New Moon sets us on a journey into dark, hidden places full of undercurrents, subtext, secrets and enormous tr …

November 2015

Enough with the falling apart and endings. November sees us making action plans and alliances, then moving forward on them. All the revamped structures and foundations that have been taking shape are ready for further development. We won’t be working o …

Test delete this later

Although droughts occur because of climatic conditions, the harm they do is largely determined by how people interact with land and water and by how we plan for and react to drought itself. The story of drought isn’t limited to ecosystems and climate. …