I just finished the long monthly horoscope for September. This will be distributed to Planet Waves subscribers, Core Community members and All Access Pass holders. But not before I do a special edition for Friday on Sun in Virgo, Virgo New Moon and the Mars-Saturn conjunction. I could run the monthly a little early, but the aspects of this weekend and early next week deserve their own set of interpretations. I treat my horoscopes with the same level of importance as the highest level professional consulting.
The kind of meticulous care and research that I put into my column is why I am the only astrologer on the Internet who charges for my horoscope. Another result is that the columns hold up for years. We post old columns in the Daily Oracle on Planet Waves, and usually they seem as fresh and alive as the day they were first published — even though it’s sometimes 10 or 12 years later. Usually horoscope writing is water under the bridge. I write my columns to last; I think they have value as a research tool, and as a kind of cosmic diary that anyone can access (via our Intelligent Archive program that searches by date, by keyword or by random selection).
Today’s writing went very well. Usually the long monthly takes me part of the day for three days, but I’ve been needing to tighten up my schedule, in part due to writing a second weekly horoscope.
I’m sharing some of the supporting documents to give a little insight into how I work. The chart is for the Libra equinox, with minor planet listings attached. I don’t use a program that automatically puts in all those points because I do it a little differently each time, and I want the chart to be a unique art piece. One distinct thing about my work is that I access a great many minor planets, most of which are not written about in books and many of which are not covered competently on the Internet. You can read some delineations here.
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