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The Astrology of Venus in Scorpio

(Astrology Explored) Venus swings again into the heady sign of Scorpio on September 11. Yes, 9/11. There are no accidents. Venus in this placement sheds the party girl persona of Venus in Libra and gets dark, serious and seriously intense. … Continue reading

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Hecate —The “Dark” Goddess & The Space Between

(Astrology Explored) note: play YouTube video at the end while you read Dave Matthews sings: The space between what’s wrong and right Is where you’ll find me hiding, waiting for you The space between your heart and mine Is the … Continue reading

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Moon Astrology: The Hunter’s Moon and the Month of Ivy

(Astrology Explored) The Full Moon after the Harvest Moon is what the American Indians called the Hunter’s Moon. The Moon at the full is reddish orange and the indigenous tribes gathered and prepared the meat that would sustain them through … Continue reading

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The Astrology of Venus in Scorpio: Persephone and Pieces of Rose, Part 3

Persephone (Astrology Explored) Daughter of immortal deities, called the Goddess of Spring, Persephone’s story is Scorpionic in nature. Her birth, her life and her eventual role as Queen of the Underworld speaks to us about unrelenting forces that transform our … Continue reading

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The Astrology of Venus in Scorpio: Persephone and Pieces of Rose, Part 2

The Mother’s Story: Ceres/Demeter We often forget as women of a modern era that in the ancient world that as many 1 in a hundred women died from childbirth and as many as 30 infants died for 100 births. This … Continue reading

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Celtic Astrology Working the Modern World: The Month of Ivy

For ancient Celtic tribes, October is the Moon of Ivy, the evergreen plant that is said to harbor fairies dancing in its abundant folds. This association with fairies, an immortal race that rides the backs of butterflies, invokes the themes … Continue reading

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