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Mars, Saturn and the Milky Way in Twilight

Mars and Saturn meet in conjunction beside the Milky Way.

As it was getting dark two nights ago, I shot this view of Mars and Saturn (the “double star” at right, with Mars below Saturn) paired together now in the evening twilight. 112 more words

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August Astro-Insights - The Return of Kate Bush to the Stage

Kate Bush – Tortured artist or reclusive misfit?

An attempt to pinpoint a timed birth chart for the enigmatic singer and songwriter

As Kate Bush, the well-known singer from the 80s and 90s prepares to tour again for the first time in over 35 years, I thought I might be a fitting time to look at the horoscope of this rather unique and inspiring songstress who played such an important part of my youth and who paved the way for kooky artists like Bjork and Tori Amos to follow. 3,296 more words

Conjunction

08/27/2014 - Ephemeris - Where are the bright planets for this week?

Ephemeris for Wednesday, August 27th.  The sun will rise at 6:59.  It’ll be up for 13 hours and 28 minutes, setting at 8:27.   The moon, 2 days past new, will set at 9:12 this evening. 214 more words

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Career Directors International Announces Live Entrepreneurial Success Coaching in Conjunction With the 2014 Global Career Empowerment Summit

Melbourne, Florida (PRWEB) August 26, 2014
Career Directors International (CDI) is excited to unveil their new live success coaching opportunity for career and resume entrepreneurs at this year’s Global Career Empowerment Summit in Orlando. 7 more words

Venus-Jupiter-Moon Celestial Grouping

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The Malefic Maelstrom

Transiting Mars will conjunct Saturn soon as it passes over it in the intensely deep water sign of Scorpio, something that hasn’t happened in 30 years. 758 more words

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Early Morning Conjunction

On August 18, 2014, I learned that there would a conjunction of two very bright planets, Venus, and Jupiter. Luckily, it was a clear night, and I decided to stay awake until morning to observe that event. 726 more words

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