Before the Winter Solstice, I was reading “The Psychology of Money” by Morgan Housel. In a chapter on savings and compound interest, he gave an example about Ice Ages which gave me pause.
A couple of Tuesdays ago, I got burned - literally. I was cooking and reached far in to the oven to get the pan out. My arm lifted a little too high and hit the hot wire shelf just above where the oven mitt stopped. Ouch!
A personal reflection on Saturn in Capricorn from somewhere in the Aquarian clouds.
This week I completed a crochet dragon for my son. I can’t remember when I started it. Must have been last Summer. I put the finishing touches on it the day before the Lunar eclipse.
Finished business feels so good. Here I look at some of the astrology surrounding the completion of long procrastinated projects.
On Tuesday, I had the urge to start something. An idea for a new project was reawakened, and the urge to act on it was undeniable, even though the space weather was terrible.
I’ve been doing a lot of divination this week. As the Covid-19 pandemic spreads causing rapid changes into what day to day life looks like and will look like, the cards offer a way to slow down and catch a glimpse of the shape of things.
Whatsthedifferencebetweenagoodjokeandabadjoke? timing What’s the difference between a good joke and a bad joke? timing When I started to get back into the occult after a long break, one of the first things I encountered were magical timing techniques using planetary hours and days.This was something new to me, and it took a while to …
I picture my Mars in Cancer natal placement like a warrior in a hot tub. Specifically, I think of Mars in Cancer as a Warrior in a Hot Tub just sitting there, looking pretty, and hoping that his momma brings him a beer when she passes by. I know that this delineation likely horrifies most …