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New Moon in Leo, August 18, 2020: Hearts Ablaze

New Moon in Leo, August 18, 2020: Hearts Ablaze

August 17, 2020 0 Comments

Welcome to the monthly joining of the Sun and the Moon. This month it’s in the fiery fixed of Leo. with both of these heavenly bodies in this fire sign, passion and playfulness are expected. As with all New Moons, this is a time of intention and seed planting. This astrology will be laying the groundwork for the following four weeks. The star of the show is not only the Sun, which burns very bright in Leo, but Mercury. Mercury, the messenger god, is tightly conjunct the Sun and Moon at the time of this lunation. This is an indication of meaningful communication. Ideas are likely to be exchanged, and curiosity will run high. Anything involving learning or possibly even travel will be blessed. It’s expected in the weeks ahead travel will flow more freely. Both the north and south nodes are heavily aspect it at the time of this New Moon. 

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Full Moon in Aquarius, August 3, 2020: Radical Changes

Full Moon in Aquarius, August 3, 2020: Radical Changes

July 31, 2020 0 Comments

This Full Moon is in the fixed air sign of Aquarius. This quirky, social, fun-loving sign is all about seeing the bigger picture. Often confused for a water sign, it's an intellectual air sign. Known as the water bearer, not for its emotions per-say, but merging the collective energies and emotions with the great collective. The Star card in the Tarot represents Aquarius. This is the card that comes shortly after The Tower and is seen as welcomed peace and serenity after a crisis. It's safe to say this Full Moon may deliver us a bit of sweet and salty emotions. Uranus is the modern ruler of Aquarius, and in the case of this Full Moon is the start of...

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August 2020 Horoscopes

August 2020 Horoscopes

July 30, 2020 0 Comments

August is a month where I encourage everyone to slow down and cool their jets. The intensity of the planetary aspects will only increase as the month goes on. Take your time when traveling places, or making significant decisions. Steer clear of any conflict, and steer clear of going toe to toe with someone. Tempers are likely to flare, and some of the most dangerous and unexpected things can take place. This will be due to transit Mars's squares causing friction with Saturn, Jupiter, and Pluto. Mars and Pluto are the bosses of astrology; no one wants to pick a fight with them. When they come into challenging angles, explosive events take place. The month kicks off with Mercury the messenger in opposition to Pluto on the first. This will bring about intense conversations, and possibly some juicy information. Shortly after, Mercury will oppose Saturn in Capricorn as well, indicating some new set of rules or regulations being rolled out. This is just in time for

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New Moon in Virgo, August 30, 2019: Clean Slate

New Moon in Virgo, August 30, 2019: Clean Slate

August 27, 2019 0 Comments

What a magnificent new moon! The Sun and Moon make their monthly connection in the mutable sign of Virgo. This happens every year in September, giving us a chance to reset, hone in on our health and organization in preparation for the end of our annual year. Maybe your kids have returned to school, giving you time to reorganize. Perhaps you’re looking for a side gig to make some extra money for the holidays. If you’re looking to do some seasonal cleaning, this is a potent moon to scrub something or someone out of your energy. Whatever it is, the inner planets linking up in Virgo are sure to help you get your list of to do’s completed. Consider this moon a real clean slate. Pick an area that you feel the ...

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Full Moon in Aquarius, August 15, 2019: Strength in Numbers:

Full Moon in Aquarius, August 15, 2019: Strength in Numbers:

August 12, 2019 0 Comments

This full moon is likely to be quite a significant turning point. We have plenty of planets still sitting in Leo and various other fixed signs. Fixed signs, on the one hand, are sturdy, dependable, and steadfast. On the other, they’re “fixed” in their ways, and stubborn. When we see planets lining up in the skies making these squares, it’s a cosmic push to create pressure to evolve. These energies we’ve seen recently all around the world the past few weeks, from protests in Hong Kong to Revolution happening in Puerto Rico. Here in America there is a strong wave of unification building after a series of tragic gun violence. The people are rising up and protesting together to create change. Aquarius represents groups, associations, and governing political bodies. Authority is going to be questioned, and the standing governing laws

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Full Moon in Pisces, August 26, 2018: Fantasy & Flow

Full Moon in Pisces, August 26, 2018: Fantasy & Flow

August 23, 2018 0 Comments

With the moon in Pisces the emotional realm can become overly empathetic or a little lost at sea. While it connects us to unconditional love and the spirit realm, it also can lose sight of shore. The highly sensitive element of Pisces invites us to be gentle with ourselves and others as we may notice waves of emotion without warning. However, my least favorite tendency of Pisces moon can be to spiritually bypass feelings or disassociate to avoid them. Remember we must navigate the messiness of being human before we can

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New Moon in Leo + Partial Solar Eclipse, Saturday, August 11, 2018: Spiritual Self-Awareness

New Moon in Leo + Partial Solar Eclipse, Saturday, August 11, 2018: Spiritual Self-Awareness

August 10, 2018 0 Comments

The partial solar eclipse is the third in an odd series of three and opens a unique portal into self-awareness, self-wisdom, and perhaps even our own Godliness. With Leo’s warmth we explore and integrate our self-expression and creativity, though the shadow side can be overly self-centered or egotistical. As if being a partial eclipse in Leo weren’t special enough, this new moon forms a rare configuration called a Yod with Pluto and Neptune. “Yod” comes from the Hebrew word for “hand of God” and astrologically “points” to a planetary triangulation of spiritual awareness and evolution. 

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Greeting the Grain: Lammas & Lughanasadh

Greeting the Grain: Lammas & Lughanasadh

July 31, 2018 0 Comments

Lammas, aka Lughanasadh in Gaelic, marks the beginning of the harvest season in Wiccan and Pagan traditions. It occurs August 1 as rough halfway point between Summer Solstice and Autumn Equinox for the Northern Hemisphere, though Old Lammas was said to occur when the Sun reached 15 degrees Leo. Whether you honor the mid-point or astrological date, this special holiday celebrates the mystery and magic of the spirit of the grain. The name Lammas comes from old English meaning “loaf mass,” as it originated from celebrations of harvest time. Historically in Pagan and Wiccan traditions there were three harvests each year with corresponding holidays honoring each. Lammas was the first harvest with grain, the second Mabon (September 21 through September 29 this year) was fruit, and then finally near Samhain (October 31-November 1 this year) was nuts and berries.

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Horoscopes: August 2018

Horoscopes: August 2018

July 25, 2018 0 Comments

This month there is a wave of retrograde energy at play. With six planets going retrograde plus Chiron, it’s a time to sit back and review. We are still coming off of the two eclipses in Cancer and Aquarius last month, so it’s expected for emotions to still be tender. I don’t often write about the significance of retrogrades unless of course, it’s a mercury retrograde. But this month a brief lesson may deem helpful. During a retrograde for those of us here on earth, a planet may appear to be moving backwards. While it may seem real, it’s an optical illusion. This is a result of the planet slowing down. Many people I speak with tend to freak out when they hear the word “retrograde”, but I am always quick to squash this reaction. I suppose it’s because most aren’t aware that we almost ALWAYS have a planet in some sort of retrograde motion. While closer orbiting planets like Mercury go retrograde often (3 times a year, usually), slower outer planets like Neptune or Pluto may

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