Here’s Why You’re Trying Way too Hard: Singleton Planets in the Birth Chart

Today and tomorrow, I have to power through all of my assignments because we are celebrating my boyfriend's birthday on Sunday, and I have to not have to hand in outlines or writing assignments that day. But I have been wanting to make a proper post for a while. Law school is probably going well; … Continue reading Here’s Why You’re Trying Way too Hard: Singleton Planets in the Birth Chart

Yes, you are going crazy, but see where things go: The Saturn Square Neptune Transit

Last night, we had a section dinner in which we sat at tables with some of our classmates, a person from the law school, and an alumni. Our school chaplain sat with us, and I thought 'Thank the GOD I don't believe in.' If I have to deal with any more lawyer stuff, my head … Continue reading Yes, you are going crazy, but see where things go: The Saturn Square Neptune Transit

T-Squares and the Missing Sign: The Astrological Witching Rod

*DO NOT GET HUNG UP ON PLANETARY ASPECTS.* They're not the thing most indicative of the nature of the person. The late David Roell of Astroamerica.com (may he rest in peace) was a traditional astrologer I can immediately think of as being the one to drive this idea home the most. The importance of aspects … Continue reading T-Squares and the Missing Sign: The Astrological Witching Rod

Astrology Starts in the Imagination, Part I: Visualizing the Planets in the Signs and House

It is easy to determine what the planet Mars signifies. Imagine a wild man in a loin cloth, rushing through the jungle at full speed, an unstoppable juggernaut ignoring the cuts and scrapes on his feet as he lets loose in a burst of energy. Or, imagine a warrior, brandishing his sword, ready for battle. … Continue reading Astrology Starts in the Imagination, Part I: Visualizing the Planets in the Signs and House