Deeper than Confetti: An Introspective Year

Originally published Nov. 30, 2012 | Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: I’ve been watching the news the past few weeks for signs and symbols of Mercury retrograde in Scorpio, which ended Monday. This and the surrounding astrology (covered in Tuesday’s edition featuring Twin Peaks) caps off a deeply introspective year. I feel confident … Read more

Something About Juno

Originally published Nov. 23, 2012 | Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: The long-anticipated winter solstice of 2012 is now just weeks away. I may be one of the few people who has been considering the 2012 issue for 25 years who did not make a religion out of this event, which marks the … Read more

Inner Space — and the 2013 Annual

Your Monthly Horoscopes — and our Publishing Schedule Notes The January monthly horoscope was published Friday, Dec. 21. Inner Space for December was published Tuesday, Nov. 27. I recommend reviewing the monthly horoscope at the end of the month. The Inner Space horoscope for January is published below in this issue; we are continuing the break from regular subscriber issues … Read more

We’re About to Go Off the Map

Dear Friend and Reader: The third week of December has been, at least, the last week of the Mayan 13th baktun — a span of time within the Long Count that dates back to 3114 BCE, or 5,125 years. By human standards, that’s a vast reach, encompassing 1,872,000 days. A baktun is 144,000 days, though … Read more

The Mayans, Juno and the Abyss

Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: It’s time for yet another visit with the chart for 12/21/12 before the event itself. Well, maybe ‘event’ is too strong of a word, though this seems to be the conclusion of a 5,125-year span of history that began on Aug. 11, 3113 BCE, day one of the … Read more