WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

What happens next? It’s October, 2020! Chaos continues to ensue, what else?

While we’re experiencing Mars squaring Pluto and Saturn (aggression, war, power struggles) through October 20, we haven’t hit the confusion that will be Mercury retrograde (October 13 through November 3, Election Day!) Plus we have lots of other fun astrological, Earth-related and karmic things in store for us this month.

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FORWARD INTO OCTOBER

SHIFTING ENERGY

Since we experienced the big Energy Shift on the Jewish New Year (Friday, September 18), most of us have been adjusting to life in a new vibration. And that’s been really, really hard. With everything else we’re dealing with in our physical world (pandemic, political chaos, picking up each others fear), we just got thrown, not lifted but thrown, a mile high closer to Heaven (or the Aquarian Age vibe which can feel like Heaven in these times). Read More

CHAOS ENSUES

Did anyone else feel the fear and restlessness over the weekend? There was a lack of balance, a strong need to be comforted (especially in my cats) and a loss of energy to do anything because whatever we did do felt like it wasn’t right or enough. That’s directly related to the Jewish New Year energy shift (starting at sundown last Friday) and the loss of our Notorious RBG on the same day. Read More

SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER

OUR NEXT CHALLENGE

Goodbye the year that was August! Hello the year that is September! Although the August energy of Karmic Catch-up/Hungry Ghosts Month leaks into the first week of September (the final week of our reassessing and rebirthing ourselves in the New Age), we now come into a new challenge. But what did we expect from 2020, the year that keeps on giving, even after it’s over?

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CHANGING RELATIONSHIPS

Since Mars started squaring Saturn and Pluto last Monday, July 27 (bringing aggression, war and power struggles), in addition to Mars being in Aries (masculine lessons now coming forward in anger), we’ve been hit with some pretty weird, stressful energy. On that Monday last week, my phone, computer, internet and Constant Contact all went weird. Dee, the lovely lady who publishes my stuff through Constant Contact, wasn’t able to get my newsletter out until much later than usual as the site was down until late evening. And even though she called me several times to let me know, nothing rang through to my phone. I didn’t get her messages until the next day. That chaos continued all last week. It felt like Mercury retrograde on steroids (and still does) even though Mercury is direct. Read More

BEING VIRGO

Original Newsletter Post 8/28/19

On Friday, August 23, we entered the sign of Virgo until the Autumnal Equinox moves us into Libra on September 23. While I am on the cusp of Libra/Scorpio, my rising sign (that which indicates my outward personality and what I show to the world) is Virgo so I found the following post by Master Astrologer and Sage Gahl Sasson very enlightening. Even for those who are not Virgo or do not have it prominently in your chart, this is an interesting read to know how to take advantage of what this sign has to offer, and how to deal with the Virgos around us.

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GENDER AWAKENING

RECAP

I write a lot about the transition we’re in from the last 2,000 years of the Piscean Age (and its values, concepts and overall purpose to teach male energy the awareness of how to be a good father, leader, and authoritarian) moving into the next 2,000 years of the Aquarian Age (which teaches us balance, harmony, equality and becoming humankind instead of being mankind). The bigger picture is that the 2,000 years of the Piscean Age was only part of a 5,125-year journey known in the Mayan calendar as a Day of Mankind. The entirety of the last Day of Mankind also prominently focused on male lessons.

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HAPPY APRIL FOOL’S DAY FROM GAHL SASSON

I don’t usually put out two posts in one day, but as we are starting an extremely important, uplifting time after the challenges and difficulties of 2018 and the first three months of 2019, I felt we all needed this wisdom. In case you don’t subscribe to Gahl Sasson’s newsletter, here is his take for the coming months. Gahl writes: Read More