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TAURUS OCTOBER 19,2015 WEEKLY HOROSCOPE BY MARIE MOORE

THIS WEEK TRY TO KEEP THE FOCUS ON STAYING PEACE. GREAT ENERGY FOR AS ABOVE SO BELOW
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Aries

The joy of being Aries is that you are bold and direct. You are self-oriented, seeing the world through the lens of that which you desire and aim toward – once you figure out what that is. 123 more words

Astrology

Jupiter Transits: 9th House

When Jupiter transits the Ninth House the desire for growth and expansion influences how you search for meaning, truth and self-development. This is a time to learn as much as you can about who you are and the world in which you live. 497 more words

Astrology

Having a crush on society! (Jupiter - Sagittarius - Ninth House)

We mostly know Jupiter as a “beneficial” planet that is “magnifying” things and situations … And we probably know Sagittarius (the sign ruled by Jupiter) as the sign of “religion, higher education and distant traveling” … There is another important dimension to Sagittarius though which we often neglect: its impetus towards sociability! 1,011 more words

Philosophy Of Astrology

Scorpio Sun: 9th House

Events that broaden your deeper understanding of intense interests, provide you with Vibes to power your sense of self, and overall System. Increasing the scope of your interests, and following through with true Scorpionic approach will further fuel you in a direction of a healthy System workings. 36 more words

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Libra Sun: 9th House

The strongest quality in lies in the personal power of Social Grace. It’s through making connections that express your need to Expand, and grow your views of the universe. 100 more words

Astrology

Stepping Across The Threshold

When I first read that Jamie was looking for an intern for her astrology business, my first thought was, “What an incredibly unique and fascinating opportunity this would be.”  My next thought, however (which I admit reoccurred even after I was fortunate enough to be offered the internship) was, “Am I crazy to commit myself to seriously learning an art and a craft that is thousands of years old (at the age of 42 no less!) and which a good portion of people living in our “post-modern, left-brain dominated society” regard either with pat curiosity or downright hostile disdain? 201 more words