SkyCode Horoscopes for September 4-10, 2017

Horoscopes to unlock the stars, not to be locked down by them. “The Elegance of Errors”   One of the supposed highlights of the assembly line model is efficient, error-free production. Manufacturers want to ensure that every consumer gets the same reliable product. They also want the reliability of dollars dropping into their bank accounts, […]

horoscopes, spring, weekly horoscopes, Venus retrograde, Pisces, Aries, New Moon, Mercury, retrrograde

SkyCode Horoscopes for March 27-April 2, 2017

Codes to unlock the stars, not to be locked down by them. “Rooted, gripped down and awakened” Tis truly a season for renewal! Tonight’s New Moon seals the deal. Last Saturday’s cazimi Venus testifies that spring is truly in the air. I wrote about that here. But what do we really do with all of […]

SkyCode Horoscopes for the week of February 13-19, 2017

Codes to unlock the stars, not to be locked down by them. “On the Cusp” Last quarter moons like the one we have on Saturday are always interesting. That also happens to be the last day of Aquarius and the beginning of Pisces. It brings up the common question of cusps. I’ve given my opinion […]

horoscopes, weekly, 2017 horoscopes, last quarter moon, Pisces, Aquarius, cusps

Zodiac constellation

What’s meant by a sign?

Here’s something most folks into their horoscopes or signs don’t know. When you look up in the sky and you somehow have a night sky app like Stellarium or Google Sky Map to make out the constellations, you’re not looking at what we commonly call Zodiac “signs.” For instance, an hour or so after sunset […]

Eclipsed at JFK

Last Thursday, the day before our recent solar eclipse, I was eclipsed at the JFK airport. For the first time in a lifetime of travel, I missed a plane. My jaw slacked a little bit as I was told that my passageway to sunny California for the Queer Astrology conference was shut—and it couldn’t be […]

Uranus, unexpected, surprises, uniqueness, unpredictability, eclipses

Meet the people of the Zodiac Lounge — Lauren McBride, Astrologer

    I have been a practicing astrologer since 2012. I couldn’t decide what to write in my bio (because #Libra) so I asked my son. Here’s what he said: “My mom? All she does is paint her nails and read Astrology books.” Valid. But I do other stuff too! Like practice as much yoga as […]

Astrologer Lauren McBride

Pisces full moon horoscopes: September 8-14 1

Don’t be a “mark” Monday’s Pisces full moon is the last super moon of the year. To remind you, a “supermoon,” is both an astrological and astronomical event. It’s a new or full moon that happens when the moon is closer to the Earth than usual. This closeness is thought to affect the Earth’s crust and […]

Pisces full moon

Are Libra men worth the effort? 1

This article was originally published at [Sasstrology](http://sasstrology.com/2010/09/libra-men-are-they-worth-the-effort.html), and is republished with permission. Recently, on Twitter, I got an interesting direct message from a guy who asked, “Why do some women look at me sideways when they find out I’m a Libra?” There are a few answers to that question. First, nearly everybody gets the side-eye for […]

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. […]

Fishing for Pisces… 2

Here’s my talk at the last Zodiac Lounge on 3/30/13 where I talk about #Pisces. The questions at the end are about a young woman’s son who has an extremely sensitive moon in Pisces. The other question is about managing Pisceans who swing from passive to really aggressive.