One misbehaving politician lost his job, the other, whose conduct was far more egregious, did not. Boots compares the charts.
Astrology… humanities, social science, or something completely different?
Slippery Neptune retrogrades this month, while stern Saturn turns direct, bracketed by a pair of powerful solar eclipses.
Astrology defies tidy classification in the Western organization of knowledge. Can this field of inquiry find a home?
Two solar eclipses plus a lunar eclipse guarantee that our world will be—and feel—shaken up for some time to come.
As the planet of ego-dissolution enters watery Pisces, how will our world, and ourselves, be reconfigured over the next
Retreat, retrench, and try to hang on… or embrace your own personal spring?
Eris, Saturn, Uranus, and the Age of Aquarius… February is a short month, packing a big punch.
Boots helps us get a handle on the eclipses, retrogrades, and key transits for 2011.
A book Maya left on her shelf brings unique insight into the culture of time.
Two full eclipses bracket the holiday season. What will be eclipsed in your life?
Neptune journeys back to its home sign of Pisces. What shall be conjured from the ether during this time?
Venus retrograde—valuing ourselves while taking risks.
Nessus and Damocles, two ill-behaving mythological figures whose namesake asteroids are making life difficult.
Jeffrey Dahmer, John Lennon, and Abraham Lincoln illustrate the spectrum of possibilities offered by Kuiper Belt Object Chaos.
What resources can we draw upon within ourselves? TNO Huya gives a clue.
Maya on the major transits leading up to the alignment of earth’s solstices with the Galactic Center in 2012.
May’s stock market “Flash Crash” and the critical 29 degrees
Uranus enters Aries, and we might just want to fasten our seatbelts.
Boots Hart: how three asteroids with scary-sounding names enhance our understanding of ourselves
The astrology of Psyche—forging our own humanity through painful lessons.
Boots Hart, CAP, explores the astrological significance of the Kuiper Belt Object, Ixion