Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Election Day Haiku

Finding no "like" links
by candidate names, Farmville
wins the election.

Republicans, still stunned Obama won his election, hope two years of less hope and change than some expected and more than others did leads to donkey slaughter at the polls. Despite the Humane Society standing by, many pundits say Republicans will get their wish.

Stars say--not so fast. Horoscope for opening moment of polls has retrograde Venus backing away from the Sun (the President, the party in power). Goddess of love and money withdrawing shows a lack of love and support, certainly. But Saturn in the chart (party out of power) is in the 12th house of exile. Two years ago the US public grounded that bunch to their rooms and voters may not be ready to let the kids out yet.

Mercury, ruler of congress, House of Representatives, and state legislatures is so positioned as to favor Republican gain by early voters, out of district voters (mail), and suburban populations but Republican losses when it comes time for people with high ideals, those born far away (immigrants), the compassionate, ill, overlooked, ignored, and people smoking marijuana to vote.

Mercury also aligns with Zuben Elshamali (Beta Libra). Like many of the stars in Libra, this one is connected with social reform but Zuben Elshamali represents the shadowy side of social reform--reform instituted primarily for personal gain. There's got to be something wrong with the stars, because this can't describe our House and Senate! Ahem.

President Obama's inauguration happened under a Void of Course Moon (nothing will come of it). Less has come of the promise of his presidency than many hoped. Health care reform is a significant achievement but will that Void Moon see it all undone? Hate to go back to the drawing board on that one because it'd mean another round of commercials for and against. That's enough to make one ill. (Though better wait to see if we'll be covered first).

Transit (in sky now) Neptune has been passing over the United State's chart's Moon for the past two years. Neptune on Moon's positive manifestations are high ideals, hopes, dreams, and visions, compassion, empathy. It's negative manifestations are disappointment, illusion and disillusion, unrealistic expectations as well as forgetting what the heck we came into the room for.

Neptune involved with Moon is also liquid intoxicants (er, like oil ... we're all addicted; we need only ask the wildlife of the Gulf of Mexico, who, like BP executives, would probably like their life back). Celebrate today's wins, console today's losses at dinner with friends or family and an adult beverage of our choice.

Then we can all awake tomorrow fresh and ready for the start of the 2012 Presidential campaign! (No?)

Monday, September 6, 2010

Weekly horoscopes

This week Geminis are returning to places they've never been (or trying to), Scorpios are flirting with the enemy, and Capricorns shouldn't get into conflicts ('cause you're gonna lose). More 'scopes at my website! Just click the title (Weekly horoscopes).

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Cardinal Cross Haiku I

"It's not the heat, it's
the humidity," is still
saying we're sweating.

Did you know the words "sweat," and "star," are cousins? Both come from the Indo-European root " sweid which means to shine. Both the right and wrong patterns in the sky can make us sweat, especially if we're not paying attention. Consider that the word consider also comes from sweid, through sidus, a star of constellation of stars. To consider means, literally, to look at the stars carefully, checking to see if we're heading for disaster (dis=against, aster-star; to be against the stars) or about to achieve our desire (literally; from the stars--de=from + sidus, a star).

If what we desire is interesting times, then we're about to meet the right pattern in the sky: an alignment called the Cardinal Cross is about to scare the shi ... er, I mean, entertain us all. This rare pattern indicates enormous tension that disrupts stability, leading to break down or break through moments. Peaks occur at the Full Moon of July 25th, and New Moon of August 9th. In between, the Moon's alignment with Jupiter on July 30th should also keep boredom at bay.

Combine the quality of endurance with an appreciation for the value of change, and we get the perfect approach to this volatile period. That, or learn how to mix a mean martini.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Moon with Pleiades

Early risers tomorrow earn a vision of the moon in elegant waning crescent sitting beneath the Pleiades. This cluster of stars in Taurus is associated with prophecy but and judgement, blindness in fact or outlook, and face wounds. They're deemed either very good or very bad for love, but then isn't everything? The Subaru car company is named for the Pleiades, which are called "Subaru" in Japan (what are the odds?) and the company logo is an image of this star cluster.

Hey, if someone offered us money to get up early we'd get up, wouldn't we? The Moon with Pleaides offers us insight--especially insight into the darker side of human nature. If we want to tell our evil twin to straighten up, here's our sign. That's better than money anyday, except for those days the bills are due. Pleiades favor gardening too, so if the neighbors have some perennials that need dividing and would look good in our yard--the alignment does happen in the dark.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

First Quarter Moon Haiku


We can't have our bridge


and burn it too, or is that


supposed to be cake?


Today's e-mail message from Repower America says, "Today is Decision Day." No, that's tomorrow, when Moon aligns with Saturn, guardian of lines in the sand (oil covered lines if it's Gulf coast sand). Today Luna aligns with Mars, and it's energized-emotions-leading-to-decisions day. Over fed emotions today can inspire making or breaking commitments tomorrow. Put impulsiveness on a diet and delay consequential decisions until after Friday for best results.





Saturday, June 5, 2010

Martian Haiku

It's said the second
blow starts the fight, so peaceful
folk get licks in first.


Now through mid June offensive and defensive buttons will be easily pushed. Mars, the cosmic hero or cosmic two year old, is in a problematic phase. We're more likely to channel our inner hero or inner two year old (in need of a nap) at this time. Adult two year olds will be thick on the ground through Mid June, carry suckers with which to distract them long enough to make a getaway.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

On getting lost


Someone once asked Daniel Boone if he'd ever been lost. "I can't say as I was ever lost," he replied, "but I was bewildered once for three days." We'll sympathize over the next few days, as Mars, planet of focused action, opposes Neptune, god of illusion and delusion. Mirages in the desert will appear, siren songs across water will be heard. This aspect offers the choice between getting lost or being misguided. If we understand that the two are not the same, we'll be fine.

Friday, May 28, 2010

Don't Panic Haiku


T.Boone Pickens says

don't panic! Oil man becomes

an astrologer.


Long day of reading charts left no time to cook, so went for take out Chinese. Slip of paper in my fortune cookie held two words: "Don't panic." Later, on Larry King live, T.Boone Pickens kept repeating, "Don't panic." He was talking about the Gulf oil spill disaster but we can apply it generally. Just-past Full Moon is one of extreme emotional highs or lows.

We feel on the cusp of some great breakthrough but also feel it may prove out of reach. Strange dreams are possible, anxious imaginings likely. Misdirected energy will result if we let desire in the driver's seat without carefully examining from whence that desire comes and whether or not it has a license.

Nowadays of course, it's better to put desire on our bicycle's seat (or on our feet, or on public transportation)--the more we do that, the less need to drill for oil where the dolphins and sea turtles play. (Er, used to ...).

Never give your birthdate to an astrologer,
Trish Marie

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Desire Haiku



Getting what we want
So much easier when wants
aren't moving targets.

From Mid May's New Moon to late May's Full, tension between where we are and where we want to be is strong. If we're enjoying this preview, we'll love the full show later this summer.

Venus in her evening star phase (she's the brilliant "star" that appears in the west just after sunset) is this week's key player. Monday (5/17) Venus's relationship to expansive Jupiter inspired us to want too much; Tuesday (5/18) Venus aspects Mr. Tough Love, Saturn and we may want too specifically. Wednesday (5/19) Venus and Uranus inspire us to want too erratically (or too willfully), and by week's end, Venus is making faces at Pluto and we're encountering consequences of where we've wanted too obsessively.

"Having is not so pleasing a thing as wanting," observed Star-Trek's Mr. Spock. "It is not logical, but it is often true." Best use of this week's energy is to discern from whence our wants come, and whether our desires are helping us get to chosen destinations or merely increasing the cost of the ticket.

Never give your birth date to an astrologer,
Trish Marie


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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Mercury Direct Haiku

Mercury stuck in
Taurus: We-bulls wobble but
that's far as we'll go.

Mercury, cosmic representative of the power of the pen or "chatty Cathy," energy (depending on how we use it) crawls to a stop today, preparatory to moving forward in motion once more. Mercury has been retrograde, or moving backwards, since April 18th, shredding schedules and bringing many changes of mind as it goes.

Mind changing is not now the problem--brain freezes are. Minds get stuck when Mercury is stuck--especially when Merc is stuck in the sign of Taurus. Many sterling qualities in the sign of the Celestial Bull, initiative not usually being one of them. Communication goes no where. This will not stop people from trying to get their point across, nor will it stop those who have a lot of words but are unfamiliar with the concept of having a point to get across.

Which is why the Powers That Be created answering machines and Caller ID. If our machines are in a recalcitrant mood, channel the patience of the Bull--things will get moving again once Mercury does. Including our minds, which have been stuck on a problem that's eluded final decisions.

Never give your birth date to an astrologer,
Trish
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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Cinco de Mayo astrology

Wed 5/5, stars give a green light to plans involving changes of direction. Later this evening, Moon trines love goddess Venus, then opposes passion-monger Mars. Fun or fury involving love or money may distract, so if we just want to keep working--hide.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Horoscopes Fri April 30-Thur May 6

Aries (March 20-April 19): "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," and we'll have cause to agree this week Aries. William Congreve wrote the line, though everyone thinks it's Shakespeare's. Perhaps if we start our conversation with this fact, we can slip out the door while female friends are musing on it.

Taurus (April 20-May 20): If a man does wrong, wrote Marcus Aureleus, we should "instruct him kindly and point out what is being overlooked." All we can say Taurus is that there must not have been as many idiots around in Marcus's day. Who has time to talk to them all? This week it's show vs tell; our actions get attention so don't waste the moment.

Gemini (May 21-June 20): Romance novelist Mary Wibberley notes that at heart, all fiction is love fiction. We sure wish we knew this before we tried figuring out the story of our life Gem. It would have explained a lot of the confusing parts. This week offers chances to rewrite a chapter or two. Just remember to keep character names consistent or we'll confuse future readers.

Cancer (June 21-July 22): The word "persuasion" has roots that mean "sweet." The stars grant us persuasive powers this week Cancer, but take care to use them well; aedes, which means mosquito in Latin is also connected to the same root. And we know what happens to mosquitos who insist too loudly.

Leo (July 22-Aug 23): The peasants are revolting, Leo, and we don't mean they're carrying pitchforks. We mean, how'd we end up leading these people? It's worse than trying to herd cats. At least cats know basic hygiene. This week we get to add a little class to a gathering once again. Is this how Miss Manners got her start?

Virgo (Aug 23-Sept 22): "Habit, if not resisted, soon becomes necessity," said St. Augustine. As the unofficial patron Saint of breaking bad habits, he would know, Virgo. If we've got any habits we'd like to dump, both Augustine and the stars are on our side this week. How's that for having heaven in our corner?

Libra (Sept 22-Oct 23): "A whirlwind does not last the whole morning," notes the Tao Te Ching, "a downpour does not last the whole day." Nature does not insist. She makes her point, and moves on. We can learn a lot from nature this week Libra. Now if we can just remember which cable channel airs Nat Geo, we'll be all set.

Scorpio (Oct 23-Nov 22): "It is not easy to live alone," writes Henry Beston, "powerful instincts offer battle to such a way of life." Our powerful instincts offer battle all right Scorpio, but it's the people around us stirring them. We'd try the solitude thing but then we'd have to fight with ourselves, and we are one opponent we don't want to tangle with.

Sagittarius (Nov 22-Dec 21): "No guilt is greater than giving in to desire," notes Lao Tzu. It must've been a real downer to have a Chinese sage at a party, is all we can say Sadge. This week we're ready to dig our chip into the dip bowl of life. If the chip breaks, there's always a philosopher who'll tell us what to do with half a chip.

Capricorn (Dec 21-Jan 19): "Never trust a man wearing a better suit than your own," say the Ferengi, Star-Trek's race of über-capitalist aliens. We've found that trusting people dressed like bums isn't always a good plan either Cappy. If we've ever wanted a good reason to book a trip to a nudist colony, this week may be made to order.

Aquarius (Jan 20-Feb 20): Famed attorney Gerry Spence says that the only way to win an argument with loved ones is to be willing to lose it, Aquarius. This week we're meeting challenges based on which arguments we thought we won, but might have lost--or is it vice versa? Hopefully figuring it all out won't take a retainer fee.

Pisces (Feb 19-March 20): If at first you do succeed, hide your astonishment, goes a parody of a more famous proverb. We may want to hang these words on our wall this week Pisces, because the stars favor a sudden, unexpected success. We knew we'd find a way to use j,q, x, and z in a single Scrabble word someday.

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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

April Full Moon Haiku

Next time we wish for
a break from routine we'll be
much more specific.


This Full Moon pits Sun in Taurus (money, material resources) against Moon in Scorpio (joint or shared resources, survival issues, sex). Intense issues of sharing and trust are stirred, as are survival needs. Whatever happens, it'll be the other guy's fault. (All Full Moons inspire projection, this one more so).

Bigger problems in the sky than that ol' devil Moon though--Saturn, the force of entrenched, established form is exactly in face off with Uranus, the force of unstoppable change. Uranus rules earthquakes, just try and stop one.

Well, a mountain might. That's Saturn. But even if the mountain can contain the quake, the mountain will be irrevocably changed.

This energy is a long term cycle, lasting from summer 2008 into fall 2010. The very first exact Saturn-Uranus opposition occurred November 4th, 2008 (you can't make this stuff up) when the force of irrevocable change met the force of entrenched interests head on, and expressed itself visibly on the US political stage.

The second exact Saturn-Uranus face off was Monday (April 26th), and the last will be July 26th, 2010. Great tension will be felt in established forms throughout the period. Even this old Earth feels more volatile lately with earthquakes and volcanoes making the news. It's not that the Earth is getting more active--but it is that the inner tension felt by the transit energy is expressed through what we focus on in news and media. Right now, "ground breaking" energy is in the sky--and in the news. (This, by the way, gives us a clue as to how to productively channel the earthquakes in our own lives).

If we think we're feeling pressure on established areas of life now, just wait until July and August, when gosh-darn-Lord-of-the-Underworld Pluto (change inspired by crisis, obsession, sex; sounds kind of fun, really, especially if we've got martini ingredients on hand) joins Saturn and Uranus's little sparring match. One thing for sure; we won't be bored.

Never give your birthdate to an astrologer,
Trish

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Libra Full Moon Haiku

Would Poe's raven have
made a better pet if it
kept saying, "Perhaps?"

The Libran Full Moon sits on the back of Corvus the crow (or raven), and Moon and Saturn appear spilled from overturned Crater, the Celestial Cup. Constellation Hydra (the water-serpent) links them all, as Corvus and Crater ride Hydra's back.

Crater is the cup in which Dionysus (Bacchus) mixed the first wine and is linked to the idea of carrying something precious. It's also connected with prophecy, as it is the prophetic well of Apollo, the Cauldron of Bran and the Holy Grail of Christian myth. Makes sense: drink enough wine, and most people think they see the future, and lots of other things besides.

Crows and Ravens too are connected with prophecy--and procrastination. Apollo's raven tarried in his task of bringing a cup of water to the thirsty god (the raven blamed a water snake--why is it always a snake getting the blame?), and Odin's pair of magic ravens were named Hugin ("Thoughtful") and Munin ("Remembrance").

Thus crows and ravens are perched between the past and the future, procrastination and prophecy, and if we can see the future coming it's no wonder we might want to crawl back into our jammies and stay stuck in the past. Then again, looking back at the past can be enough to scare one right into the future, (except for certain segments of the Republican Party who seem stuck in the 1950's--and that's when they're not stuck in the 1850's).

Perhaps what crows are really saying is carpe diem, seize the day and live in the moment. Though there are some who've told me what crows are saying is, "Caw, caw, caw!"

A Full Moon is a culmination, a completion, a "mission accomplished," (for real we mean) or (sometimes) mission failed, and now new directions are at hand. Full Moon spilling from sacred cup Crater and riding the back of Corvus speaks of completions that straddle the past and future along with much controversy (the crow is associated with news, gossip, debate--Odin's ravens brought him all the news of the day, a feathery CNN ... but what we want to know is did his ravens also Twitter?).

Other alignments at this Full Moon speak of strong, strange longings and being prone to seductions. Quick adaptations to new circumstances as well as potential disappointments with groups of people. This energy strong until near the New Moon on April 14th.

Moon and Saturn align also with Diadem (Alpha Corona Berenices), the star of thoughtful sacrifice (Queen Berenice sacrificed her glorious hair to assure her husband's safe return from war). Fixed Star expert Bernadette Brady says the combination of Moon with Diadem represents a time when humanitarian acts are favored, a willingness to give for the needs of others. Which means we probably should eat the last piece of cake in the fridge; why let our honey or the kid's risk the excess calories?

Sun and Rising sign entries at Trish Marie Astrology's Weekly Horoscopes secion provide clues as to how this Full Moon may impact you.

The constellation picture above was created using Stellarium. Stellarium is free (and fantastic) and and available at Stellarium.org.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Mars Direct Haiku

We push each other's
buttons because psyches are
not on touch screen yet.

Mars stations direct today, after sliding backwards since December 20th. Mars direct is a stronger Mars, a crabby Mars, a Mars who hasn't had his nap--and as Mars represents how we channel our inner hero or inner two year old, there's going to be a lot of action saying, "I need my nappie," out there right now--and we're not talking about the toddlers.

Our cars may need a nap, or our life's events in general--Mars at station brings glitches in forward (and rearward) motion. At least the starting gate is open again, and once our pony wakes up we'll be on our way.

The Moon opposes Mars soon after station. If our idea of nirvana is picking a fight with a sleep deprived toddler (or adults channeling the same) tonight's the night. Directing that energy into goal setting will be less stimulating but more productive, and of course we can always just ignore the danged old planets and read a good book.

Venus recently shed her hippie costume (Venus in Pisces) for Xena the Warrior Princess wardrobe (Venus in Aries). After Wednesday evening's Moon-Mars stare down, Venus-Xena triggers the Saturn-Pluto square and what we stand to gain verses what we're putting out (or putting up with) becomes Thursday's theme. Restructuring is favored, but try not to do it with any large, sharp-edged objects. That method may have worked for Xena, but that's only 'cause it was in the script.

Never give your birthdate to an astrologer,
Trish Marie

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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Lovesick Moon Haiku



Regarding puppy

love, adults over twenty

will have allergies.

Tonight's Full Moon could well be named the Lovesick Moon--Moon is both at Perigee (closest orbital approach to Earth) and at it's loony Fullest. Jupiter hidden in the beams of the Sun inspires us to target happiness blindly. Venus flirts with the twinned fishes (Pisces), a realm of illusion and dissolution. In mythology, Aphrodite (Venus) and her baby son Eros (Cupid), fleeing the monster Typhon (Typhoon) and were saved by climbing on to the backs of two fishes who swam away with them. It may be the ancients actually meant dolphins when they said fishes--but we call Orcas whales, when actually they're dolphins, so it's not just the ancients who are confused by Piscean things.

A lot of fishy business is going on, with love and desire blended into the mix. Aspects favor illusions in love, delusions in love, love-sickness, longing for love, happiness that proves ephemeral, love-regrets, a misplaced sense of reality (especially where it concerns desire) ... in other words, a romance novelist's dream.

If we had a holodeck, like they do in Star-Trek we'd be all set, because "reveling in an illusion," is what this Moon is all about. Lacking holo-technology, we can go see a play, movie, sack out in front of the tube, work on our romance novel--or any other artistic endeavor that requires stepping outside the bounds of reality for entertainment's sake.

But take action in regards to love--be it falling in or staggering out--under this Moon, only if we enjoy the feeling of being swept out to sea. If we decide to proceed, do expect odd looks from the new love or divorce attorney when we show up wearing a life jacket.

Info on how this Full Moon might affect our Sign is available under "Weekly horoscopes," at Trish Marie Astrology ; the 'scope for our Rising Sign may offer insight too as Sun Sign horoscopes are written assuming the Sun Sign is also the rising sign.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Astrological Haiku


Moon with Mars in sky


will have more than Toyota


wanting better brakes.

We've the choice between channeling our inner hero or inner two year old over the next several days. Also, avoid food we tend to wolf--Moon passing by Mars inclines towards faster eating. Fast food restaurants should do good business!

The picture was generated by Stellarium. This software is free and available at Stellarium.org

Sunday, February 14, 2010

February New Moon Haiku

Friction's not so bad
we realize, encountering
a space without it.


New Moons represent new beginnings. They represent beginnings so new that we can't even see what we've got yet--a New Moon is prenatal energy; is it a boy? is it a girl? (Pretend there's no such thing as ultrasounds), will it grow up to be a surgeon, or maybe a butcher? Hey, the horoscope charts for both look very much the same ... skill with a knife is skill with a knife, whether we're creating a new hip or expertly trimmed sirloin filet.

Right before a New Moon, the darkening Balsamic Moon is releasing energy, stuff flowing out of our lives. From the Last Quarter Moon to the New is a great time to get rid of things such as habits, attitudes, old couches, and Facebook friends.

This past Balsamic Moon though has held energy favoring stalling more than release though. With retrograde Mars (directed energy) crawling backward in the sky, Saturn (an immovable object) at loggerheads with Pluto (an irresistible force), and waning crescent Moon slipping into invisibility, no one is going anywhere.

Record numbers of flight cancellations, cars snow-bound, mud slides, everyone stuck--even in Vancouver, where the Olympic games are stalled for *lack* of snow. Health care legislation is stalled and, last we heard, ONE senator from Alabama (why is it always Alabama? can someone please vote that state off the island), is holding up all of Obama's appointees.

But now it's the New Moon, and everything will get moving again, right? Well--maybe. Depends on what kind of movement we mean. At this New Moon Sun and Moon are aligned with nebulous Neptune, and "slippage" is favored. That and dissolutions, seductions, strange underminings. Not a good time to ski avalanche prone slopes or take hikes in mudslide prone hills, that is, unless we *want* to be featured on Discovery Channel's "I Shouldn't Be Alive."

Neptune at the New Moon brings a longing for distant places (Jupiter is things that are far away, Neptune, a higher and looser expression of Jupiter, is things that are far, far, faar away ... or as the late singer John Denver, born with a Neptune-ruled Moon used to say, "Far Out."). It brings deception, including self-deception, it brings fantasy--which is fine, as long as we understand it IS fantasy. It's when we start talking to our blow up doll and wondering if we've said something wrong because she seems to be ignoring us that we run into trouble.

New Moon occurs exactly opposite former President Bill Clinton's birth Sun. Sun is vitality and represents the heart specifically, Neptune (with New Moon) is dissolution, a weakening of vitality. Similar alignments will occur next October and November, and those months may represent a period of crisis for the former President so hopefully someone will tell him to rest up in September so as to go into that period as strong as possible. (Being a brave Leo with action loving Mars rising, "resting up" isn't exactly Clinton's strong point).

The best use of this New Moon energy is found in the words of Ludwig Börne, "Losing an illusion makes you wiser than finding the truth."

How this New Moon might affect each of the Sun Signs can be found in the Weekly Horoscopes on my web site (do a bit of reading between the lines folks) at Trish Marie Astrology and do check the Horoscope for your Rising Sign as well as Sun Sign. Both are valid.

Void Moon times (and info on why they're important) can be found at the website as well.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Last Quarter Moon Haiku

If there were Richter

Scales for feelings we could be

called a fault zone.

Rapid intensification of or changes in feelings. Stay away from places where hot young (or old) things appeal to us or we may have to change our relationship statuses. This goes for our horsies too so we might start out riding one horse and come home riding another (temperamentally speaking).

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Groundhog Day Astrology Haiku

What began as a

garden party now feels like

lunch at Donner pass.

Frustration levels high today but "change seems closer and less scary (or less unreachable) if we don't look down.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Astrological Haiku


If I give up the




chocolate chip cookies will




stars applaud or boo?




Current alignments favor sudden renunciations, and strange attachments suddenly released.