Tag Archives: Venus

New Moon in Pisces: Under the Influence

(Astrology Explored) With the new moon joining the huge alignment of planets in Pisces the floodgates are about to open. Rarely do we see this many planets in the same sign. Like someone arriving at the theater late, this moon … Continue reading

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The Astrology of the Passing of Ray Bradbury: Saving the Future

(Astrology Explored) As the transiting moon joined with transiting Pluto, challenging his Arabic Part of Death at 15 degrees Libra, and as Venus made a rare transit across the face of the Sun, Ray Bradbury slipped away from the bounds … Continue reading

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Mars Retrograde: Just What Are You Doing Down There?

(Astrology Explored) Newscaster: Mars stations in Virgo on the day of the Aquarian New Moon. Many astrologers have posted their take on this combo, but Astrology Media Press thought to ask the planets themselves, “What does it all mean?” I … Continue reading

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The Astrology of Aspects–The Age of Aquarius and the Transiting Yod in Your Chart

We see the Age of Aquarius all around us. Advances in technology and communication make it possible to reach the other side of the world in an instant—from our “smart” phones. True to the Aquarian ideals of honesty, concepts like … Continue reading

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Astrology and Mythology: Eros–Beauty and the Beast

One ancient Greek myth survives in the story Beauty and the Beast. In the fairy tale, Beauty and the Beast, dutiful and loving daughter Beauty, is sent to live in a beautiful, magical castle where she lived in luxury. The … Continue reading

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The Astrology of Disasters: Tornadoes and Mundane Astrology

(Astrology Explored) For an area of the United States that is known as tornado alley, the fierceness of May 22nd’s tornado shocked the residents of Joplin Missouri. Even with a 20 minute warning over a hundred people died. This twister … Continue reading

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Astrology 101: Why Astrologers Aren’t Concerned About a 13th Sign

(Astrology Explored) Astrologers watched in bemusement and surprise that the internet literally blew up over a astronomer and community college professor Parke Kunkle’s pronouncement that “the earth had shifted” resulting in the magical creation of 13th zodiac sign, Ophiuchus, otherwise … 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 1

(Astrology Explored) Venus in Her Courses Shortly Venus in the heavens to retraces her steps in retrograde motion. In the divine dance of our heavenly sister around the Sun inside our own orbit around it, she appears to move, stop, … Continue reading

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The Astrology of Disasters: “A Hellish Night”—The San Bruno Fire

(Astrology Explored) In what TV Anchor Robin Meade called a hellish night America wakes to news of a terrible gas explosion and horrific fire that at this moment has destroyed 53 homes, damaged about 120, and claimed 28 casualties and … Continue reading

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