I Am Venus in Capricorn (Apex of Moon-Venus-Saturn T-Square): Narrative Four

I have spent 37 years trying to escape my roots to establish myself as someone largely unrecognizable to the people I once knew. I have succeed in many respects. I don’t have a baby daddy. I don’t have a criminal record. I have never worked in a prison. I went to college, as in a … Continue reading I Am Venus in Capricorn (Apex of Moon-Venus-Saturn T-Square): Narrative Four

Saturn Transits in Sagittarius, or Why I Haven’t Updated This Blog in a Few Months

Saturn is the silver linings planet, and I will always be kinder to Saturn in that sense, because I have a lot of Saturn influence in my chart. Not such a bad thing, though. People who don’t have a lot of Saturn influence in their charts tend to just coast through life unto death, meaning … Continue reading Saturn Transits in Sagittarius, or Why I Haven’t Updated This Blog in a Few Months

The U.S. Presidential Election: What the F*ck Just Happened?

Would you have been a Nazi if you lived in Germany during the rise of the Third Reich? How do you know? Or would you have been part of the resistance? How do you know? Perhaps the craziest thing that could have happened during this cardinal T-square with Pluto, Jupiter, and Uranus happened: the leader … Continue reading The U.S. Presidential Election: What the F*ck Just Happened?

Loneliness, Isolation, and Emotional Walls: Saturn in Aspect to the Moon or Ascendant

One of the bittersweet things about astrology coming back into vogue is that it’s been seized by the more emotion-centered side of “woo”; that now, people that astrology is meant to make them feel good. I get complaints about another article I wrote on Saturn, chiefly because I’m not whipping out my tit and nursing … Continue reading Loneliness, Isolation, and Emotional Walls: Saturn in Aspect to the Moon or Ascendant