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Astrological update for the week of June 8, 2020

This week’s video takes a look back at last week’s eclipse and the influence of Mars, and there’s also a brief discussion of Mercury retrograde.  The transcription is below the video and promotional stuff.


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Before we talk about this week’s planets, I wanted to just talk a little bit about the eclipse that just happened last week. I did of course talk about it a week ago, but a whole week has gone by and of course, it was an intense week as we expected. eclipses do tend to be intense, they are aligned with the nodes of the moon which are involved with ideas of fate and destiny. So there usually is some kind of awakening or like an unmasking or exposing of something that may be in the subconscious that needs to come out. Sometimes that just happens on a personal level. Sometimes on a personal level, we don’t have any kind of experience with an eclipse. It can be most intense for people whose charts whose personal charts are directly affected. But last week’s Eclipse was strong and powerful because of Mars.

I’m going to be talking a lot about Mars, pretty much for the rest of the year. Mars is in Pisces right now where it tends not to be that strong. Mars in Pisces is kind of compassionate and loving. But Mars really likes to be aggressive and strong and selfish and needy. So in Pisces, it’s not as effective. And what happened last week was we had Mars and a challenging aspect to the Sun and the Moon […]

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By |2020-06-08T14:46:47-04:00June 8th, 2020|Uncategorized|10 Comments

Astrological forecast for the week of June 1, 2020 including the lunar eclipse

There is a fair amount of intensity this week, with the first eclipse of the summer being heavily influenced by Mars.  Here’s everything you need to know for the week!  Transcript is below the video.

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Transcript

Hey everybody its Lynn Hayes welcome back to my channel. I wanted to talk this week about the astrology of the week that’s coming up from June 1 to June, 8 2020, but there are some other things also that I’d like to talk about. One is the sort of violence that we’re seeing out in the world, some issues about the pandemic I’d like to discuss briefly. And there’s an eclipse that’s coming up next week that I think is going to have an important role to play in what’s happening here with  the astrology of the time.

I want to talk about the conjunction from Jupiter to Pluto. Jupiter was the king of the gods, you might remember from your Roman mythology, Jupiter in the birth chart shows where we feel optimistic – where we are expansive, where we find a way to have meaning in our lives. It also rules theology and religion and publishing and the sharing of ideas on a broad scale. So it also has a lot to do with ideology, and when Jupiter is conjunct Pluto, the planet of death and rebirth, sometimes we see some extreme events that have to do with ideology, and we’re certainly seeing that right now at the moment. There’s a lot of conflict in the world and of course we’re in the middle of a global […]

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By |2020-06-01T12:58:57-04:00June 1st, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sunday thoughts on racism, pandemics, and social justice

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The problem with trying to predict the future using astrology is that the present is always changing the future as it unfolds.  Five years ago, looking ahead to the Pluto return in the US chart which begins officially next year, I could not have predicted the changes that would take place in the United States.  I’ll be writing more about that in the months to come.

Today, though, we find ourselves at the intersection of a global pandemic and riots over racism in the US as the result of yet another murder of an unarmed black man at the hands of white police.  White Supremacists groups are planning an escalation of a race war that will overthrow the liberal democratic principles on which the country was founded.  Some call this the “boogaloo,” a civil war for the 21st century.  These anti-government activists are encouraged in a tweet by the President of the United States to commit murder.

As the Pluto return tightens its noose, the darkness in the US that is usually hidden will continue to emerge, and this is a frightening prospect.  However, Pluto’s domain is the kind of transformation that comes when darkness is set on fire and burned.  Then, out of the ashes, the new reality can be reborn.  In 1967, in a speech called “The Other America,” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said that riots are the language of the unheard.  I know a little bit of this rage.  I grew up an unhappy child in a family that disliked me, and found every opportunity to criticize and minimize.  When I found my voice as an angry teenager they threatened to send me to military school.  My anger didn’t arise from […]

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By |2020-06-01T13:37:02-04:00May 31st, 2020|Uncategorized|20 Comments

Astrological forecast for the week of May 25, 2020! video and transcript

This week is relatively quiet, but Ceres has a few things to tell us this week.  Here’s everything you need to know right now. If you like the video, please subscribe to the channel!  It helps the algorithms. 🙂


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Transcript

Hey everybody it’s Lynn Hayes here.  Welcome back to my channel.

So, this week I wanted to talk a little bit about Ceres.  Originally when it was first discovered it was called a planet,and then it was demoted to asteroid status for three other asteroids were discovered right after Ceres was and so they were all lumped together with Ceres.  I’ll be talking more about them as time goes on but Ceres, I want to say in 2010 was upgraded to planet status and at that time I started using it more in readings and in forecasting. Ceres has a lot to do with with nutrition and with self care. I think of it as being a planet that is involved in connecting us more fully into our physical incarnation. So that has more of a spiritual quality than just the body.

Cancer and the moon have to do with nutrition and with feeding the soul but Ceres takes a step beyond that. I’ve had clients who have Ceres afflicted in their charts who have had eating disorders and problems taking care of themselves. So there seems to be this quality of self care, whereas the Moon is more about taking care of others – cooking for other people, doing actual active procedures to help people in a variety of ways. That’s more of the […]

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By |2020-05-25T16:51:00-04:00May 25th, 2020|Uncategorized|5 Comments

Sunday inspiration: Tending the garden of the unexplored mind

One result of the Coronavirus is that for many of us, life has slowed down leaving us with fewer distractions and more time with ourselves.  This has been disturbing for many, which is uncomfortable but also useful since it drives us to pay more attention to the inner world that connects us to a sense of the spiritual. Stephen Levine offers these words of wisdom for times like these.

At first when we approach the unexplored mind, it is like a stretch of wild, untended ground.  All that grows there arises uninvited from passing happenstance and previous conditions.  In some areas weeds choke out flowers.  In others the ground is barren and impervious to life.  Here and there seeds remain ungerminated.  All about is deadfall obscuring the rich soil beneath.  While just under the surface old roots, so slow to disintegrate, leave little room for new growth.

Because this garden has gone so long unattended much has occurred to limit growth.  … One begins in the heart to soften the way for the mind and body to be experienced wholeheartedly without judgment or fear.  As we open the heart, certain obstacles may become evident in the pain in the mind or body … Referring to this effortlessly unfolding in Zen, they say “Spring comes and the grass grows by itself.”

Let your flower open but hold nowhere to the fruit.  Let the seeds fall to the ground and germinate in your own great nature.

Stephen Levine, Guided Meditations, Explorations and Healings

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By |2020-05-17T08:13:49-04:00May 17th, 2020|Uncategorized|1 Comment