Don’t worry, I haven’t gone to all YouTube content! But I will likely be doing the weekly forecast in this format, and longer form articles on the blog as always.
Last year I started a YouTube channel but I couldn’t really decide if it fit me or not. There are so many YouTube channels, and most of my readers and clients are over 40 which isn’t the YouTube demographic. So I made a deal with the Universe: I was going to stop making videos but if I reached 400 subscribers I would start again. The channel languished for months, and then all of a sudden (I suppose because people are home now) there was an infusion of people subscribing to the channel.
I like the idea of a Monday weekly forecast, so that’s the plan. If there’s anything you’d liked covered in a video please let me know in the comments!
In this hilarious article a NY teacher collected funny things her students said and posted them on Instagram. I decided to make this a teaching moment by taking some of the funniest ones and creating an imaginary astrological profile! Enjoy. 😀
“I’m just going to put all the boys that want to marry me in a line and do eenie meenie miney mo.” Chloe, 4 years old.
– Sun in Aries, Venus in Libra, Mars in Scorpio
“I’m happy on the inside, I just don’t want to talk about it.” anonymous, 5 years old.
– Saturn conjunct Taurus Sun
“If I don’t eat my snack right now I don’t think I’m going to make it.” anonymous, 6 years old.
– Sun, Mars, Mercury, and Jupiter in Cancer square Ceres in Capricorn
“I can’t swim today, I just got a haircut.” anonymous, 5 years old
– stellium of six planets in Libra
“He looked at me so he’s my boyfriend.” Opal, 5 years old.
– Sun, Mars and Venus in Scorpio with Aries rising
“I’m afraid of school because I’m allergic to people. Kai, 5 years old.
– Sun/Ascendant in Pisces conjunct Saturn
“Why does it have to be called a question Mark? Why can’t it be called a question David?” David, 5 years old.
– Gemini Sun with Leo rising
“Sweatshirt, that’s not a present!” anonymous, 3 years old.
– Sun in Capricorn, Libra rising and Aries Moon.
“I don’t know what it is, but every time boys look in my eyes they fall in love with me.” Moselle, 6 years old.
– Libra rising and Venus in Libra, Scorpio Moon
“I need a break from my feelings right now.” Enya, 7 years old
– Virgo Sun with Moon conjunct Jupiter in Pisces.
“I don’t need to learn to type. I’ll just be signing autographs when I grow up.” anonymous, 10 years old.
– Leo Sun, Leo […]
New feature! On Fridays I’ll select one of the over 2500 articles I’ve written to revive for today’s times. Today we explore Edgar Cayce’s unusual views on reincarnation and planets.
Reality is multi-dimensional. We are multi-dimensional beings who exist simultaneously in a multi-dimensional reality. Long ago, our bodies evolved from primates. Even longer ago, our minds evolved from the stars. But before the universe was even created, our spirits have always existed as part of the divine in even higher dimensions. At the conscious (physical) level, our bodies are like a miniature replica of the solar system. Our hearts perform the function of the sun – the center of the system. Other organs within our body are also used by our souls to find a means of expression. The planets exert astrological vibrations upon our bodies that influence our personalities and soul patterns. At the subconscious (soul) level, the solar system is our larger body. We are connected to the planets, the stars, spiritual realms and entities. On the superconscious (spirit) level, we are one with the Whole. At this level, we are on a conscious level with all there is – the divine.
… Cayce revealed that our life experience involves more than just the earth. It involves our entire solar system. Through the principles of astrology, each solar system in the universe is like a “university” – a place for higher learning. Our solar system has nine planets and each planet is a physical representation of a particular afterlife realm (or dimension). […]
As we prepare for the upcoming square between Jupiter’s expansive optimism and Chiron’s pressure for healing old wounds, I thought it would be useful to repost some articles about Chiron that you may have missed.
art by James Mesple. The mythological Chiron was a creature that was half man and half horse, so he is often lumped together with other Centaurs who share those physical attributes. Astrologers sometimes classify him as an asteroid (his original astronomical classification), and astronomers sometimes describe him as a comet because he exhibits comet-like behavior. You can read more about Chiron’s classification here in this earlier post.
The Centaurs of Greek mythology were actually tribes of beast-like men who roamed through Thessaly and the Pelopenessian peninsula in ancient times. Although Chiron was similar in appearance, because he was half horse half man, he was of a different lineage entirely. His father was Cronos (Saturn) and his mother was the nymph Philyra. Chiron’s bestial shape was due to Cronos having shapeshifted into a stallion in order to overtake and mate with Philyra, the object of his great desire. So while Chiron shares a similar imagery to the race of Centaurs, he is completely unrelated.
In the same way, Chiron is very different from the other astronomically classified Centaurs. Most important is the location of his orbit which generally lies between Saturn and Uranus although that orbit is elliptical and peculiar. Barbara Hand Clow has called Chiron the “Rainbow Bridge” between the personal planets (the visible planets through Saturn) and the transpersonal planets (Uranus, Neptune and Pluto). The personal planets represent personality, and the outer planets are transformational forces. Chiron serves the role of facilitating transformation through the healing of […]