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Humanity's Inexhaustible Genius

The technological marvels of human ingenuity have produced a world we can circle in a single day. We have been to the Moon and back, cured polio and we communicate with electronic media that send messages to millions or to one person at a time. Human beings have created music and art to lift our spirits and houses of worship to nourish our souls. We send convoys of ships and planes to feed hungry people and tend to the needs of loved ones and strangers in innumerable ways every day. Read More »


Uranus Square Pluto: Creative Destruction

We live in interesting times, especially here in booming Shanghai, China, where I've been traveling the past few weeks. Big shiny buildings of ultra-modern design make it look and feel like a city of the future. Read More »


The Magic of Neptune

Astrologers share basic ideas about the meanings of the planets. The visible ones -- the Sun through Saturn -- have been observed, interpreted and codified for over 2000 years. Even those discovered since the advent of the telescope -- Uranus, Neptune and Pluto -- have generally agreed upon meanings. Read More »


Changing Minds

The life-giving Sun, active Mars and philosophical Jupiter are all in diverse Gemini right now. This curious, adaptable and flexible sign represents mental mobility and a diversity of perspectives and ideas. Read More »


It's All Good

Generally, I dislike the expression "It’s all good." That’s because life is a complex weaving of positive and negative experiences, that there is no good without bad, and most of the time people who say this are blowing smoke. It's like a big whitewash, a denial of reality disguised as confidence. Yet some recent experiences have brought this idea back to me in a way that casts it in a new light. Read More »


Compassionate Capricorn

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. combined masterful skills as a speaker and leader with a heartfelt compassion, crossing racial lines to make him one of the most important American leaders of the 20th Century. He was a Capricorn, born January 15, 1929 at noon in Atlanta, Georgia. His Sun sign, associated with ambition, organization and practicality, is concerned with achieving results rather than simply making statements. A negative quality of some Capricorns, though, is a drive so focused on reaching their goals that they callously push others aside on their way to the top. Read More »


Three Eclipses in a Row

Back in the distant days of the 1960's, a musician named Donovan had a song called "Season of the Witch" that evoked the same kind of twitchy vibes as the planets are putting out these days. Read More »


The Last Days of Neptune in Aquarius

The slower moving outer planets are the most significant indicators of collective long-term changes. Most recent astrological attention has been focused on the seven challenging 90-degree squares between Uranus and Pluto that start this year and end in 2015. However, we are in the brink of another significant transit as spiritual Neptune returns to its sensitive home sign Pisces on February 3 where it will reside until 2025. We had a preview of this transit last year when Neptune first entered this compassionate sign on April 4 for a 4-month preview of what’s to come. Read More »


Marvelous Meryl Streep

Whether or not Meryl Streep wins her third Oscar at Sunday night's 84th Annual Academy Awards ceremony, she's already one of the biggest winners in Hollywood history. Streep's 17 nominations are more than any actor ever, reflecting the high esteem in which she is held by her peers. She is, by most people's reckoning, the finest actor in the English-speaking world. Read More »


Britney Spears

Britney Spears is not just some lucky Sagittarius who became a pop idol overnight. The strong work ethic of Capricorn in her chart got her started young, and will likely keep her pushing herself professionally for years to come. Read More »


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