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The Saturn – Pluto Conjunction

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The Saturn – Pluto Conjunction And the transits for the year 2020 (Published in the Dec 2015 edition of The Mountain Astrologer) In astrology, every moment matters. The cosmic clock ticking, as planets (and luminaries) pursue their motion and form celestial patterns, provides a flavor, a meaning, or a message for each passing minute or […]

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Career Orientation in Astrology

NEPTUNE, THE 12th HOUSE and PISCES Career Orientation in Astrology (Published in the Oct/Nov 2007 edition of The Mountain Astrologer) the Pisces archetype reflects how a person can tap into public/collective consciousness and its needs! The 12th House content, together with Neptune and Pisces planets, can represent our ability to address the public and also […]

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Planetary Nodes

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Planetary Nodes From Saturn to Pluto Most astrologers are familiar with the nodal axis of the Moon, but less attention is given to the fact that planets too have a nodal axis! The nodal axis is constituted of two intersecting point where the planet in question comes to cross the ecliptic. Astrologically, these two points […]

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The Nodal Axis of the Moon

The Nodal Axis of the Moon

The Power of the South Node: Transcendence of Duality The Nodes of the Moon are points of intersection between the cycles of the Moon and those of the Sun; the North Node is where the Moon crosses the north point of the ecliptic (the path of the Sun), likewise the South Node where the Moon […]

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Astrology as a Profession

Astrology as a Profession

Astrology is growing into a beautiful and multifaceted entity. Today, it is more refined and diversified than ever before. The revival that started at the beginning of the 20th century has stimulated research and development in ways that cannot be compared with previous times in history. The field of astrology is now wide, rich and […]

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Baby Gambia

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A Powerful Tale of Survival Birth Data September 2, 1999 | 9:00 p.m. | Banjul, Gambia Background Baby girl found in a garbage dump soon after her birth in the city of Banjul in Gambia, Africa. It was a rainy evening when someone heard crying, found her, and brought her to the hospital. She was […]

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OPA Retreats

The Peer Group Process A Human Dimension to the Profession of Astrology (Published in the July 2011 edition of The Mountain Astrologer) I came back from the seventh OPA retreat in Asilomar, California hopeful. The first reason for my optimism was that I experienced the community of astrologers in a different light. Professionals and amateurs […]

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