The Welsh triple moon goddess and keeper of time guides us through dark places.
Diana the huntress, goddess of light and the moon, illuminates our way into this autumn’s darkness.
Plain vanilla astrologers might be feeling hard-pressed to explain the renewed tumult in Egypt. Not Alex!
Minerva reminds: “we can use our knowledge and wisdom in the pursuit of any goal we choose.”
Etain, Celtic moon goddess, travels between the realms of life and death and keeps shining.
This month’s goddess is Themis, familiar with the depths of earth and the heights of sky.
Venus, personification of love, is active in the skies this month.
Psyche, reminding us that the deepest learning grows out of our own mistakes.
Assuming the world goes on… what kind of a year can we anticipate?
Venus, personification of physical and spiritual love, returns to the sky as a morning star this month, lighting our way into new days.
Kaltes, Ugric shape-shifter, Moon goddess, gentle guide to life’s mysteries.
Asteroid Pandora, astrological embodiment of the ancient Greek temptation myth.
Gaia, goddess of life and death, goddess of the soul, shines her light for us this month.
Crystal delves deeply into the indigenous lore of Mexico to understand the Mayan prophecies concerning this momentous year of 2012. Exercises and meditations included.
Terpsichore, one of the nine Muses, figures strongly in the charts of revolutionary dancers.
Diana, protectress of the young and of wild things, at home in all wilderness, guides us into the dark of the year.
Alex profiles the formidable Texas Governor and presidential candidate Rick Perry.
One misbehaving politician lost his job, the other, whose conduct was far more egregious, did not. Boots compares the charts.
One little heavenly body with unmistakeable influence over prominent men who become entangled in sexual scandals.
The Norse goddess Hel, teaches us to look behind the mask of appearances.
The Cancer New Moon brings us a taste of the archetypal Divine Mother’s tough love.
Artemis, huntress, protectress of women, youth and wild things, reminds us of the power, energy and independence of women.