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- Giving #Astrology Readings at The ASC New Age Fair: Sunday May 19, 2014(Astrology Explored) The Spring Astrological Society of Connecticut New Age fair will be here in just a few days. WHEN: May 19, 2014 10 AM to 4 PM WHERE: The Keeney Memorial Center 200 Main Street Old Wethersfield, CT And … Continue reading → […]
- The Astrology of Eclipses: April 29 Solar Eclipse and Tornadoes(Astrology Explored) One day before the April 29, 2014 Solar Eclipse a string of dangerous tornadoes started hitting the southern United States. After spawning deadly tornadoes that flattened homes and businesses in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee, a storm system that … Continue reading → […]
- Skeptics, Astrology and Robert Currey(Astrology Explored) When Robert Currey asked if he could use my avatar for the image of quintessential astrologer looking to mount skeptics’ challenges to astrology, I was tickled pink. Robert Currey, the proprietor of Equinox Astrology, has been carefully taking … Continue reading → […]
- The Astrology of Disasters: Missing Malaysia Flight MH 370(Astrology Explored) According to news reports, around 2:40 AM March 8, 2014, Malaysia Air Flight 370 mysteriously lost contact with air traffic controllers at the Vietnam border and did not arrive at its destination. Of the 239 passengers on board, … Continue reading → […]
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Take This TestWritten by yours truly on the theory that if astrology works it can be practiced inside out. Take this test and see which of the outer planets influences your affairs of the heart.
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WHEN: May 19, 2014
10 AM to 4 PM
WHERE: The Keeney Memorial Center
200 Main Street
Old Wethersfield, CT
And I’ll be there giving readings! If you haven’t been, you should drop by. It’s a soothing and uplifting atmosphere. You can get a reading in just about any divination tradition you wish. At $20 for a 20 minute reading, you can get more than one kind, and part of the proceeds goes toward supporting the ASC. Our vendors have a select group of New Age. Oh course, if you want a reading from me, you can do that too!
There are free lectures as well. Here is the line-up.
11 AM Exploration of Shamanic Tradition in a New Age – Agneta Borstein
Noon The Best (of 2014) is Yet to Come – Janet Booth
1 PM Yoga Flow and Flexibility – Aaron Weston
2 PM Laughter Yoga – Adrienne Doughty
3 PM Group Sound Healing Meditation – Tala Durso
Here is directions on how to get there:
Directions: Take I-91 to exit 26. Follow signs to Old Wethersfield Historical district. At the intersection of Main Street (flag pole), turn left. The hall is the third building down on left. Plenty of free parking in rear of building, on the street, and across the street behind the fire station. The fair is on the second floor.
Admission is free. Free parking behind the building, on the street, and across the street behind the fire station. Proceeds go towards promoting the work of this 501(c)3 non-profit organization. For information, call the ASC InfoLine at (860) 568-8617 or email NAF@myASC.org.
Bring yourself and a friend and let’s have some fun.
After spawning deadly tornadoes that flattened homes and businesses in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee, a storm system that also caused havoc in the Midwest had Georgia in its sights early Tuesday.
At least 11 people in the South were killed Monday, bringing the overall death toll from two days of severe weather to at least 28.
In Mississippi, Republican state Sen. Giles Ward huddled in a bathroom with his wife, four other family members and their dog Monday as a tornado destroyed his two-story brick house and flipped his son-in-law’s SUV upside down onto the patio in Louisville.
“For about 30 seconds, it was unbelievable,” Ward said. “It’s about as awful as anything we’ve gone through.”
Tens of thousands of customers were without power in Alabama, Mississippi, and Kentucky, which did not report tornadoes but was slammed with severe storms. Thousands more hunkered down in basements and shelters as The National Weather Service issued watches and warnings for more tornadoes throughout the night in Alabama.
(Astrology Explored) When Robert Currey asked if he could use my avatar for the image of quintessential astrologer looking to mount skeptics’ challenges to astrology, I was tickled pink. Robert Currey, the proprietor of Equinox Astrology, has been carefully taking apart skeptic’s objections to astrology for years. Too much a gentleman to rip them apart with my or even Matthew Currie’s (no relation) ferocity on the subject, he non-the-less continues the good fight by evaluating skeptics’ claims and taking them apart molecule by molecule. Below is Robert’s current comictorial on the subject.
If you are so inclined share this on your Facebook page. Spreading awareness is the best way we can stand up for ourselves as astrologers and lovers of astrology.
(Astrology Explored) According to news reports, around 2:40 AM March 8, 2014, Malaysia Air Flight 370 mysteriously lost contact with air traffic controllers at the Vietnam border and did not arrive at its destination. Of the 239 passengers on board, three were American, including IBM Executive Philip Wood.
Vietnamese air force jets spotted two large oil slicks off the coast of Vietnam but it is not confirmed the oil slicks relates to the missing jet. Meanwhile, authorities found the names of two passengers on board with stolen passports and are investigating whether terrorist activity connects with the disappearance the plane. Malaysian Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said they were looking into all possibilities.
There is also evidence that the plane turned back from its projected course.
Inspectors 10 days earlier found the airplane sound mechanically.
The lack of a radio call “suggests something very sudden and very violent happened,” said William Waldock, who teaches accident investigation at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona.
What can astrology tell us about this missing plane? Was it the target of a terrorist attack? Or the victim of mechanical failure? Continue reading
(Astrology Explored) That powerful sucking you are feeling right now is a Moon-Saturn occultation in Scorpio. Fear not, it will pass.—Matthew Currie, FB Post
You felt it too. There was a little twisting in your gut. Something didn’t feel quite right. Is Pisces or Cancer a significant influence in your chart? You turned on the water works. If a white rabbit drove up in a car and told you to get in, you just might do it.
You entered the Saturn in Scorpio zone.
To be fair, it was a little more potent than usual. The Sun entered Pisces and perturbed Neptune and Chiron who are taking up residence there. Additionally, Jupiter, the planet of expansion, is trine Sun, Neptune, and Chiron! The Moon in Scorpio kicked it off, but we’ll feel the residual effects until the Sun moves off Neptune and Chiron. Continue reading
Thursday February 20, 2014 7:00 PM
Another Light on the Planets: Understanding Essential Spiritual Lessons in the Chart
Many astrologers identify particular temperamental, familial and professional predispositions in a chart; however the actual spiritual purpose of these traits and conditions is often not considered. A perspective on these issues framing them as essential lessons for the evolution of the soul has much to offer in terms of growth and healing strategies. Judy will go through each planet to elaborate the why behind their influence.
Judy Tsafrir, MD, is an adult and child holistic psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Newton, MA. She is also a professional astrologer and tarot reader.
NEW AGE FAIR
Sunday February 23, 2013, Sunday, 10AM – 4PM
Four times a year we offer the public a sampling of metaphysical readings: Angel cards, psychometry, and of course, astrology! Plus aura photos, a variety of vendors and bodywork like reflexology, massage or Reiki. Free presentations covering the broad spectrum of the metaphysical world. Basics of Astrology class, 90 minutes, $15. Refreshments available. Free admission. Free parking behind the building, on the street, and across the street behind the fire station. For information, call the ASC InfoLine at (860) 568-8617 or email NAF@myASC.org.
Note: I will be at the fair giving astrology readings.
(Astrology Explored) Our ancestors watched the sun, moon and stars to determine the passing of time. Of particular importance, besides the full moon, were the solstices and equinoxes. The theme of both solstices and equinoxes was the interplay of the light and the dark, both being essential to the balance of the Universe. Winter Solstice stories revolved on the death of the old year, the old sun, and the birth of the new. In the middle to the cold and the dark was the hope that the sun would once again warm the earth. Over the years I’ve written a number of pieces about this time of the year, so I thought I’d share them with you once again.
Photo published under a Creative Commons License by User GrizDave as explained on Flickr.
(Astrology Explored) My friend Matthew Currie recently challenged the good people at the James Randi Educational Foundation to provide citations for their claims in their instructional booklet “Astrology: Science or Superstition”. In support of Matthew’s challenge I’m presenting the comment that turned into an email exchange between me and one skeptic on the subject of astrology for your consideration.
The skeptic, Shawn, starts off in a comment to one of my blog posts:
I read the article you directed me to. Honestly, I found it confusing. Let’s go back to the beginning. My birthday is July 17th. Please tell me my sign and please tell me why (astronomically) that is my sign. Thank you, Shawn
You wrote, “The sun was 24 Degrees 28 Seconds of the tropical zodiac sign Cancer
on July 17, 1978.”
Great- that’s what I thought. My question was: how is my sign determined? The
answer is: on my birthday, the sun was “in” the constellation Cancer. Yes?
The Sun on the date given, July 17, 1978 was in in the area that we call Cancer in the tropical zodiac.
For those that still aren’t clear what the tropical zodiac is based on, we start the tropical zodiac on the Vernal Equinox, most commonly called the first day of spring. The sun advances roughly one degree per day. Therefore, degrees 1 to 30 is called Aries, 31 to 60, Taurus, 61 to 90 Gemini91 t0 120, Cancer and so on. Continue reading