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November 2015 Astro-Insights

The end of October/beg of November is traditionally a time when many parts of the world celebrate Halloween, which is thought to have its roots in a number of ancient pagan festivals designed to commemorate dead ancestors and celebrate the death of important people. This period has come to be seen as the ideal window in which to practise divination because it is considered to be a liminal time when the “veil” between the human and spirit worlds is thought to become thin. With this in mind, I find it fascinating that on Halloween weekend, there is a Sun-Neptune trine and a lot of lunar aspects happening in water signs (you can read more about it on my Facebook page). Read more about what to expect from November.

March 2014 Astro-Insights

Your Monthly Guide to the Astrological Weather for March 2014… SOLI-LUNAR PHASES Over the course of a year, the solstices and equinoxes of the Sun mark out the changing seasons, which affect not only the beginning of different natural cycles, but our moods and choice of activities; whilst on a smaller scale, the Moon’s phases make up the time-span of a month. In fact, the etymology of the word month, comes from the Indo-European word, …

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February 2014 Astro-Insights

Your Monthly Guide to the Astrological Weather for February 2014… SOLI-LUNAR PHASES Over the course of a year, the solstices and equinoxes of the Sun mark out the changing seasons, which affect not only the beginning of different natural cycles, but our moods and choice of activities; whilst on a smaller scale, the Moon’s phases make up the time-span of a month. In fact, the etymology of the word month, comes from the Indo-European word, …

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January 2014 Astro-Insights

Your Monthly Guide to the Astrological Weather for January 2014… SOLI-LUNAR PHASES Over the course of a year, the solstices and equinoxes of the Sun mark out the changing seasons, which affect not only the beginning of different natural cycles, but our moods and choice of activities; whilst on a smaller scale, the Moon’s phases make up the time-span of a month. In fact, the etymology of the word month, comes from the Indo-European word, …

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