114 results for saturn pluto conjunction

  • Astrology 3/14-3/20: Churning The Ocean

    The Moon waxes as we pass between eclipses, the days overflowing with an agitated ture of the past and future.  The week begins with a potentially chaotic but brief grand cross.  Its middle, however, is characterized by introspection and emotional upwelling, courtesy of Mercury’s conjunction with Chiron and the Dragon’s Tail.  Finally, the weekend holds both the equinox and a […]
  • Astrology 2/1-2/7: Sunbeam

    This weekly column is made possible only by means of my generous supporters on Patreon. Thank you! If you’d like to become my patron, check out the campaign here. The Sun shines out across a new week and a new month and, accordingly, new possibilities flit about in its beams. The Sun’s work during the first half of the week […]
  • Astrology Jan. 18th-24th: Out the Hellmouth

    This weekly column is made possible only by means of my generous supporters on Patreon. Thank you! If you’d like to become my patron, check out the campaign here. The Moon waxes toward full over another intense week.  The Sun rolls into Aquarius on Wednesday, the 20th, while Mercury emerges from the underworld, returning to visibility in the early-morning sky.  […]
  • Astrology Jan. 4th-10th: Blueprint

    Though the Moon wanes down to nothing this week, it is hardly a time of falling action.  This intense week sees Mercury station retrograde in a near-perfect square to Mars on Tuesday morning, Venus get tangled in the Saturn-Neptune square for several days, and the Sun join Uranus and Pluto’s long standing squabble.  Not wanting to be left out of […]
  • The Astrology of 2015: Interregnum

    The following is an excerpt from the 2015 Astrological Almanac. This handy tome contains descriptions of every day, monthly summaries, an ephemeris, and .  Secure your copy today! 2015 ends the stretch of history which began in 2011 with the inauguration of the Uranus-Pluto squares. It was March of 2011 when Uranus moved into Aries, kicking off the series of […]
  • Out To Pasture

    From the 2013 Astrological Almanac: The Princess and the Pea Venus enters Taurus on the 14th.  The pleasant planet’s entrance into the Bull’s sign is a return to Venus’ favorite chaise lounge, putting us in the mood for both luxury and beauty.   Venus’ first few days in Taurus may well gratify these desires, as she finds herself in an extremely […]
  • Lead Halo

    A new lunar cycle begins with a serious week.  Mercury and Mars in Pisces spend the week in trines with Saturn in Scorpio, lending much of it an industrious tone.  The emphasis on Saturn is doubled by the slow planet’s upcoming retrograde station next Monday.  Yet Mars’ midweek conjunction to Chiron makes it difficult to pave over our vulnerabilities entirely.  […]
  • Full Circle

    The week begins with a flurry of planetary activity.  Retrograde since election day, Mercury stations direct on Monday, righting communications.   The same day, however, Venus makes an emotionally challenging conjunction to Saturn in Scorpio.  Tuesday also sees a pair of exact aspects, as Mars conjoins potent Pluto in Capricorn under the reddened light of a  penumbral lunar eclipse in Gemini. […]
  • Drawing the Bow

    The Sun and Venus both change signs on Wednesday.  The Sun enters Sagittarius and Venus dives into Scorpio.   The second half of the week is dominated by Mars in Capricorn’s square with Uranus and subsequent sextile with Saturn in Scorpio.  Meanwhile, Mercury slows his retro-roll in anticipation of Monday’s turn direct.  All the while, the Moon grows, gathering and […]
  • All Aboard

      The week begins with the first solar eclipse in Scorpio, opening a tunnel we’ll travel for weeks to come.  The following day a retrograde Mercury retreats into Scorpio, bringing thoughts and communications back toward the dirty heart of the present.  Not long after, small Chiron stations direct, squeezing a tear into the waters of the river we’ve been taken […]
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