5 Stand-Out Astrological Events in June 2018
Aquarius / gemini / Neptune / Saturn

5 Stand-Out Astrological Events in June 2018

The overall astrology of the first three weeks of the month is saturated with the air element, quickening social connection, conversation, and information sharing. With the presence of several planets in the water element, intuition, instinct, and emotion are also amplified. Water, traditionally labeled mute because it is wanting for words (which says nothing about … Continue reading

5 Stand Out Astrological Events of May 2018
Aquarius / Jupiter / Nodal Axis / Synodic Cycles / Taurus / Uncategorized / Uranus in Taurus

5 Stand Out Astrological Events of May 2018

Sun in Taurus opposite Jupiter in Scorpio  – May 8, 2018 The Sun stands 180 degrees away from Jupiter in the sky. This is Jupiter’s Full Moon moment in its yearly cycle. Jupiter is fully illuminated. After the Sun goes down, in the heart of the night (midnight), look directly overhead, and Jupiter will be … Continue reading

Wisdom is a Power of the Soul: Reflections on a New Moon Eclipse conjunct Mercury
Aquarius / Eclipses / Nodal Axis / Remediation

Wisdom is a Power of the Soul: Reflections on a New Moon Eclipse conjunct Mercury

“The way of truth is that man’s heart be always wholly with his Creator. When he relies upon his own wisdom in the pursuit of truth and of that which shall be by some means other than God, his heart is wanting, for any form of divination is defective.” ~ Avraham ibn Ezra in commentary … Continue reading

Podcast – Why Aquarius is an Objectively Great Sign, In Our Opinion. With Sabrina Monarch
Aquarius / podcast

Podcast – Why Aquarius is an Objectively Great Sign, In Our Opinion. With Sabrina Monarch

Every once in a while Sabrina of Monarch Astrology and I get together and chat. The past few times have found us both circling around to singing the praises of the mechanics and operating philosophies of the sign Aquarius. I have often jokingly said that Aquarius is an objectively great sign, and I think it would … Continue reading