SkyCode Horoscopes for February 6-12, 2017

Codes to unlock the stars, not to be locked down by them. “Givers, Receivers, and Takers” Friday night’s lunar eclipse is the first set of eclipses in courageous Leo or altruistic Aquarius that we’ve had since 2008. The Leo-Aquarius axis prompts us to become better givers. From Leo, we can learn the beauty of giving […]

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2016 Solar Eclipses by Sign

The Doors Which Are Opening For You In 2016

Opening Doors: The Solar Eclipses of 2016   The 2016 Solar Eclipses in Pisces and Virgo mean there will be doors opening for us all! If you want to get your hands on an Astrodiary, they are on sale in all good news stands and you will have a link to order one from me very […]

Motion Sickness Monday… 2

I know we’re practically hip-deep into Tuesday, but I started this in my head yesterday–when I was listening to my poor wife barf at 4:30 am in the morning in my niece’s car from motion sickness. We were on our way to the airport for an early flight from Buffalo to JFK. When we were […]

The Churning… 1

Today, Mercury “conjoins” with Saturn. Literally Mercury gets hooked at the hip with Saturn (from the Earth’s perspective). But what it means is that it’s a time for ponderous thoughts and some thoughts could get too heavy, even for speaking or writing. So it’s no wonder that I don’t feel inclined to write so much […]

A “bye” horoscope week…

In a few horoscopes, I called this week a “bye” week as we’re between eclipses.  This means it’s a time to recoup and refresh your heart and mind for the lessons coming up. Next week’s lunar eclipse touches on any planets or key points of your chart that are 0-10 degrees of Gemini and Sagittarius. […]

How about a Mercury Retrograde with a nice solar eclipse finish for after Thanksgiving dinner?

Or we can make this really simple.  Today, November 25, 2011, Mercury goes retrograde AND there’s a solar eclipse.  My astrology colleague, Gary Caton, does a thorough job of breaking down what this solar eclipse (and a bit about the coming lunar eclipse on Dec. 10th) portends. He says: “In the short term, this partial […]