Thursday, July 26, 2018

July Lunar Eclipse

Holy Full Moon energy Batman! Can you feel the tension? Lord knows I can ... already two "emergency" astrology calls today (yes, there is such a thing). Tomorrow's Full Moon eclipse features the Moon (emotions, security) aligned with retrograde Mars (too much energy) and the South Node of the Moon (the past, family, foundations). This mess is in stressful aspect to most of the rest of the planets, particularly Uranus ...a high energy, disruptive pattern that encourages material or emotional breakdowns. Nerves, heart, digestion particularly stressed. "Too much heat," a serious risk (metaphorically or actually).

What to do about it all? This is best summarized in the French proverb, "Praise the God of all, drink the wine, and let the world be the world." Oh ... and be patient. Haste makes waste, especially under aspects like these.

Negative potentials: accidents, breakdowns, anger, violence, upsets, emotional meltdowns, nerve and heart issues.

Postive (productive) uses: sudden breakthroughs, unusual availability of energy, courage, flashes of insight ... if we have something we need broken, such as tearing down before remodeling, here's our sign. (Do proceed with care).

Monday, July 16, 2018

Between Eclipses! Equine Astrology TOD

Equine Astrology TOD (or is that TOLT?) for current eclipse season: Right now we're smack dab between a solar and a lunar eclipse (July 12-July 27 respectively). This can make us feel like we have to dance a whole lot faster than the situation would seem to call for. While jumping to the eclipse energy's tune, do take safety precautions (notice the riders are wearing helmets!) as we're in an accident inclined period through the rest of July.

Monday, July 9, 2018

Jupiter Direct

Jupiter stations direct (moves "forward" in apparent motion) tomorrow, Tues July 10th. Jupiter does this in trine to Sun and Neptune. This pattern can either smooth the path to our goals or make it easier for us to feel optimistic on the basis of false information. Advice? Keep the faith, but if it sounds too good to be true, it's very too good to be true.