When you say that you’re a Gemini or a Leo, what you are saying is that the sun was in that sign of the zodiac when you were born. The kind of popular astrology that people are familiar with from newspapers tells us that the signs change with the calendar. Capricorn is from December 22nd […]
In Brother Pluto, Sister Eris, Thomas Canfield takes a somewhat different approach, focusing instead on the ongoing cycle of only two planets, Pluto and Eris (technically dwarf planets, from an astronomical perspective), and examining their cycle in great detail. Brother Pluto, Sister Eris: Aspects Between the Dwarf Planets Through 800 Years of History
Astrologer says we’re on the cusp of a major redistribution of power. Like fingerprints or the tiny bumps and ridges on your tongue, no two astrological cycles look exactly alike. Or unfold in exactly the same way. But, over time, repeating planetary cycles often have a familiar ring to them. Some more than others give astrologers the […]
We’re going to have to get heady if we really want to understand the astrological phenomenon. When I tell people that I am an astrologer, I get a range of reactions, from bemusement and even anger at one pole, to excited enthusiasm at the other. Many people seem to wonder what went wrong – how could […]
Because every 72 years there is a change of 1 degree, this cycle was visible and known to the ancients. The zodiacal divisions, or Ages, move slowly “backwards” through the zodiac, with the result that we are currently transitioning from the Piscean Age to the Aquarian Age. The question is, when does this take place? Although this subject has captured the public imagination, it retains a lot of mystery, and remains confusing.
Astrologer Paul Westran has a tested theory about relationships that unfold in this way. In a rigorous, eight year study involving 1,300 couples, he examined the correlations between planetary alignments and real events in people’s lives and came up with some surprising results. Unique Study Links Venus to Romantic Choices People Make