Capricorn Old Moon, then Aquarius New Moon

Jan. 19, 2020 Dear Friend and Reader: This is about to be an interesting week. I know we are surfing the wild waves of “interesting times” (or maybe just Twitter) these days. However, the way this week’s astrology lines up with collective events, we’ve got a real moment. This week is all about the Moon, … Read more

This Cannot Be Happening, But It Is

Originally published in New York, Jan. 16, 2020 | Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: Tonight I’m going to do my best to explain the events in American politics in the first three days after the Saturn-Pluto conjunction, and the first week after a lunar eclipse. This is not a pleasant topic to write … Read more

The Saturn-Pluto Initiation

Jan. 12, 2020 | Link to Original Dear Friend and Reader: We have now passed through, or perhaps directly into, the Saturn-Pluto conjunction, which was exact a few minutes before noon Eastern Time on Sunday. This is a turning point in all of our lives. It is time for a check-in and a review. Using … Read more

It’s Two Minutes to Midnight

Published Jan. 9, 2020 | Link to original Dear Friend and Reader: It is encouraging that on the eve of the lunar eclipse and Saturn-Pluto conjunction, tensions between Iran and the United States began ramping down, not up. Full Moons can be confrontational, and Sunday’s grand conjunction in Capricorn represents some major turn of history. … Read more

Into the Eclipse, and the Conjunction

Dear Friend and Reader: What we are witnessing now in the world is typical, even predictable, of what you would expect from combining an eclipse with the most potent planetary alignment since the 1960s. You would expect the world to be on the brink of war. It was only a month after the Saturn-Pluto opposition … Read more