Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Andrea Taylor, author of the new Birth Chart Interpretation Plain & Simple.
Self-knowledge brings wisdom. Remember that old phase, "know thyself?" How can we function well in jobs and relationships when our actions are instinctive and not considered, when we struggle to get a promotion at work, or when our relationships fail when we try so hard? Are we in the wrong job or with the wrong person? How can we find the answers to these questions without a lifetime of trying and failing?
Easy. Understand your birth chart.
My aim with Birth Chart Interpretation Plain & Simple is to make astrology—and therefore self-knowledge and
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tara Aal, co-author of the new Astrology by Moonlight.
This blog came to me when I was working on other things. It wasn't my intention to write a blog today. It nudged and then pushed on me to come out. It has been my intention to spend less time trying to do my own thing with my own effort and more time doing my part in concert with everything. So the inner prompting to write this piece now is especially meaningful to me. Even more so because I had the time to do it. And that "time" just seemed to be here. I'm excited that the more I'm in the flow and working with energy, the more I find I have all the time I need. Time or the lack of it is
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Bernie Ashman, author of Sun Signs and Past Lives, How to Survive Mercury Retrograde, and the new Sun Sign Karma.
It was twenty years ago that I invented a past lives astrology chart. I was preparing an outline to send to Matrix Software for a past life astrology report software program, but felt something was missing. They had previously released my Simpaticos relationship report program. I had a copy of my astrology chart just to my left on my desk. I kept staring at my chart, and suddenly saw a past life chart wheel inside my traditional chart.
My left, analytical brain started arguing with my right, intuitive brain. My right brain
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Anthony Louis, author of several books, including the new Horary Astrology.
On December 21, 2020, the planets Jupiter and Saturn conjoined in the heavens. Such "great conjunctions" happen about every 20 years, but this one was special. Not only did the planets coincide as measured along the ecliptic, the apparent path of the Sun around the Earth, but they also came together in declination—that is, in their angular distance north or south of the equator. In fact, these two giants of our solar system got so close, within 0.1 degrees of each other, that to the naked eye they looked like a single, extremely bright planet. The last time