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Virgo New Moon: Practical Magic

Virgo New Moon: Practical Magic

When we leave our formalized ritual spaces, we need a method of pursuing our lofty spiritual goals in the real world, ideally one that capitalizes on the fifteen waking hours each day that most of us spend just taking care of business. Enter Virgo, who asks, what if each part of your day, tasks great and small, could be a catalyst for your spiritual growth?…

Taurus New Moon: Don’t Cry Over Spilled Syrup

Taurus New Moon: Don’t Cry Over Spilled Syrup

Taurus brings with it a degree of confidence and practicality that simplifies whatever is overwhelming and demystifies all that is vaguely terrifying. That’s the right attitude to carry into this New Moon in Taurus—capable, and above all calm.

Walter White: An Everyman for the Uranus/Pluto Age

Walter White: An Everyman for the Uranus/Pluto Age

Though we have no idea how Walter White’s birth date was chosen by the writers or creator of Breaking Bad, I wondered whether the astrology of the date might reflect the characteristics of the show’s protagonist….

Astrology and the Business of Being You

Astrology and the Business of Being You

A question like “Where is my life headed?” may seem a trifle lofty for those of us who are just trying to get through each day and earn a living. But as Pluto, the planet of transformation, settles into career-oriented Capricorn for a nice long stay, it may be exactly the right one to ask.

Seasonal Astrology: The Magic of Porches

Seasonal Astrology: The Magic of Porches

For Americans who grew up during a particular era, a gracious front porch is a symbol of many warm memories. The front porch sheltered us from rain and sun and gave us a place to relax, imagine, and dream; it offered a sense of community and coziness, all in one.

Everyday Astrology: The Days of the Week

Everyday Astrology: The Days of the Week

Most modern American families no longer grow our own food, other than what we produce in small hobby gardens. Few households have a full-time homemaker with time to mend hems and bake her own bread. Have we jettisoned the need for planetary wisdom along with our plows and thimbles?