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I’m going to let tonight’s extended program speak for itself, though here’s a basic map of the territory: I spend a lot of time circling around the Scorpio New Moon, which takes place at about 11:38 pm ET tonight.
This is an unusual configuration, mingled as it is with Mercury about to go retrograde conjunct the asteroid of politics and law, Pallas. I look at the chart for Trump claiming to have killed someone as well. Both charts are below.
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5 thoughts on “Planet Waves FM: Scorpio New Moon”
I don’t agree with your politics but keep up the great astrology.
Thanks Melanie, I doubt it’s my politics you disagree with; it’s something else that you are mistaking for politics due to the surface layer subject matter.
so nice to hear your voice in these troubled times. Your work is so important.
Hi, well I do appreciate your politics, and I was reminded of a book i just read “Mindfu*ck Cambridge Analytica and the Plot to break America” by Christopher Wylie.
Amazing what that guy had to go through just to get the truth out there. Steve Bannon: “in order to change politics you have to change the culture”. It seems he is succeeding at this, and I think the next election is going to be intense. Also, if you have not seen Carole Cadwalladr ( an investigative journalist Christopher Wylie worked with) on a 15 min Ted talk about the Brexit, Facebook, and Cambridge Analytica scandal, it’s well worth seeing.