My latest webinar, Pluto Turns Direct: The Midterm Stretch was a great event that took place Saturday October 8, 2022. You can purchase your copy of the MP4 right here.
Also, each Wednesday night, for the next six weeks, I will offer a class on 5D transits. There is nothing more important than understanding the power of the transits... Each week I will use charts of well known people to demonstrate how significant the transits can be. You don't have to know a lot about astrology, i promise you will learn a great deal each week. Sign up for one class, to try it out, or for all of them... REGISTER HERE
We have entered a very powerful worm hole with the last Libra New Moon on September 25. It will deliver us to an amazing Sagittarius New Moon that is conjunct Venus and Mercury on November 23, the same day that Jupiter, disposing that new Moon, goes direct. Talk about a powerful moment. It could prove to be a major leg up, a kick in the butt, or an unprecedented forward lurch. With Jupiter, anything is possible. The thing is getting there from here. The mantra "Be Here Now" comes to mind. There is no other way to go. So much is going to happen in the next 8 weeks, it's almost impossible to wrap the mind around it. Let your heart embrace it instead.
Mercury is stationing to go direct and is now recovering his shadow. Mars is in his own retrograde shadow, preparing to go retrograde in about a month. There are two eclipses coming, Saturn and Pluto will both turn around, bringing the Pluto return fully into its final leg. You don't need me to tell you how significant that last leg of a Pluto transit can be. Just look around, but not too hard. Stay tuned to your Self for the most part. That way you won't get lost.
Venus has moved into Libra and Ceres has moved into Virgo. Mercury has turned direct at 24 Virgo 12 in a bridge (opposition to) with Neptune. There's so much going on it's hard to stay tuned to anything. Stay tuned to you. Don't let the maya of the world distract you.
I want to welcome back my wonderful writers, Cari Campbell, Beth Nolte, Bernice Kadatz, Jan Finley and Shelly Leal. And a special embrace to our newest writer, Lisa Zimmerman, who I am thrilled to have writing the weekly reports.
I can't promise I will write every day, but I will do my best, as I head for a kidney transplant, to offer up what I can. Please feel free to subscribe to the new membership, but know I will offer these daily writings openly until I recover from my surgery...
I am thrilled to be back, even in this wild and crazy moment.
“Suffering is traumatic and awful and we get angry and we shake our fists at the heavens and we vent and rage and weep. But in the process we discover a new tomorrow, one we never would have imagined otherwise.”
- Rob Bell