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A Crowded House, or Where Do I Put All Those Planets

For those old-timers like me who may wander in here, the title of this post should bring back fond memories of William Conrad’s narrated taglines to the animated… 963 more words

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Cheap Shots #19: Dr. Doolittle on Rulerships

While putting together my table of active and passive affinities, I got to thinking about the sometimes schizophrenic relationship between the seven traditional planets and the sign(s) of their rulership. 496 more words

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Wrangling Dual Rulerships

I present myself as a traditional astrologer these days, at least in spirit if not yet in full-fledged practice. So I don’t use the trans-Saturnian planets for much beyond generational insights. 609 more words

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"Weekly Blueprint" Pull for Thursday

The “action” card for today is the Ace of Wands. As long as I don’t fall prey to over-thinking and over-compensating (symbolized by the reversed Art as “background” card), this has the potential to be a lively, on-point day. 321 more words

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Astrology in Islam

It is He Who maketh the stars (as beacons) for you, that ye may guide yourselves, with their help, through the dark spaces of land and sea: We detail Our signs for people who know. 5,702 more words

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Autumnal Equinox - 2017 PDT.

I enjoy offering Mundane readings from time to time. I also believe it’s crucial not to lose focus on even larger astrological phenomena. Here, I attempt to offer insight into the nature of recurring cycles and why they are so important to read. 972 more words

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The Four Classical Elements

Students of tarot and astrology tend to take for granted the underlying influence of the four classical elements formulated by the Greek philosopher Empedocles – Fire, Water, Air and Earth – on the tarot suits and zodiacal signs. 440 more words

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