Something About Juno

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 end of the 13th baktun of … Read more

The Folk Art of Therapy

Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: For a few years I’ve been wanting to write an article about how to pick a therapist. I know that there are those for whom opening up a real discussion about their lives is burning in their soul. Others know they’ve been dealing with the same problems over … Read more

Stating the Ominous: Silent Spring at 50

Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: Saturday, June 16, 2012 was the 50th anniversary of the publication of Silent Spring by Rachel Carson. This is the book that not only started the modern environmental movement; it defined the notions of the ‘environment’ or ‘ecosystem’ as we think of them today. Though it’s difficult to believe, prior … Read more

Tales from the Other Side of Astrology

Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: Being an astrologer is sometimes like being a metaphysical minister. People assume we have a connection to the other side, and many of us do. Practicing astrology helps people enhance their subtle senses. There is a need to reach a little beyond the obvious, into the unseen, and … Read more

On the Shores of Scorpionic America

Posted on Aug. 12, 2011 | Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: If ever there was a week during the past nine years and 11 months to wonder what is happening in the United States charts, this would be the week. The debt ceiling hostage game that ended less than two weeks ago led … Read more