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Episode 83 | Sagittarius Lunar Eclipse: Is That How You Chew?

Show Notes for episode 83 (May 24)

083 | Sagittarius Lunar Eclipse: Is That How You Chew?

April and Jen mix it up with our favorite tunes from 1983! The year’s first eclipse is a Sagittarius Lunar Eclipse with a dash of Jupiter. Venus collides with Neptune to reveal the truth about a relationship, and Mercury unites with Venus just before turning retrograde – share words of love with important people, and prepare for visitations from the past. Also, Mars and Neptune make peace across enemy lines. Plus: concert memories, brown-outs, and moments of “oh”!

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00:30 –This episode we share our favorite songs from 1983! April goes with Spandau Ballet’s “True” and “Sweet Dreams are Made of This” by Eurythmics. Jen calls out “Karma Chameleon” (in honor of her parents; hear ) and Elton John’s “I’m Still Standing.” Groove to our full 1980s YouTube playlist!

05:08 – Recent changes to Apple Podcasts may be delaying delivery of our new episodes, truncating our show notes, and disabling hyperlinks. Never fear: You can listen to new episodes immediately and enjoy our show notes in all their glory right here at our website.

08:04 – The Sagittarius Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse (May 26, 5.25°) tickles planets in your chart between about 1-9° of Sagittarius, Pisces, Gemini, or Virgo, and stirs up the Sagittarius house. (Need help finding it? might help.) For a long soak in the astrology of eclipses, revisit , and maybe order April’s ! This total lunar eclipse will be visible in Australia, parts of the western US, western South America, and South-East Asia. View the path of totality here: .

19:25 – Venus makes a square aspect to Neptune on May 27 at 22.58 Gemini/Pisces. Seeing clearly in relationship and money matters could lead to some disillusionment or disappointment. Can you love someone as they really are instead of as you thought they were. Look out for the moments of, “Oh!”

23:34 – Just before Mercury stations retrograde (May 29) it conjoins Venus (May 28); if you love someone, tell them so. Mercury Rx may bring visits of important people from your past, or at least memories of them. For more on Mercury Rx (through June 22), revisit the classic , and !

29:12 – Mars and Neptune are the planets of war and peace, respectively. As they come together in a trine aspect on May 30 at 23.01 Cancer (Sabian symbol: A woman and two men on a bit of sunlit land facing south) and Pisces (An inhabited isle), declare a truce! April shares the story of the Christmas Truce of 1914, a respite in battle with unexpected kindness between warring troops during WWI.

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3 comments to " Episode 83 | Sagittarius Lunar Eclipse: Is That How You Chew? "

  • Okay, here’s my favorite Mercury Rx story that reframes what it can mean. In December 2004, I desperately needed a new car, but it was Mercury Rx. I went to the Carmax lot and found this wonderful 2000 Toyota Camry. I test drove it. It had very low miles. But since it was the Rx, I waited. I’d call and ask if anyone had bought it yet. The sales people would taunt me and say, “Someone’s going to get that car if you wait any longer.” I replied, “That’s cool. I’ll wait.” After Mercury went direct, I waited a few more days and then bought the car. Because it had so few miles on it and was in such good condition, it lasted 14 years. Waiting is part of the game!

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