solar eclipse


SkyCode Horoscopes for August 28-September 3, 2017

Horoscopes to unlock the stars, not to be locked down by them. “Triggered”     First quarter moons activate what’s brought together at the new moon. Of course, this last new moon was a super powered as a solar eclipse. So, we’re bound to see more triggered off by what was loaded up and beyond […]

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SkyCode Horoscopes for August 14-20, 2017

Horoscope codes to unlock the stars, not to be locked down by them. “So close yet so far”   On Tuesday, a tough Morningstar Venus in sensitive Cancer clashes with demanding Pluto in powerful Capricorn. Then Venus gets down and parties with outgoing Jupiter by a square early on Thursday morning. Effectively, she tries to […]


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

Venus in Scorpio, eclipse, epic,

An epic eclipse horoscope post with a Venus cherry on top

epic eclipse horoscopes for october 20 – october 26, 2014   Last week, I talked about Mercury’s cazimic re-birth in the heart or throne room of Sun. This coming week is Venus’ turn, but it’s a superior conjunction during a solar/new moon eclipse in Scorpio. Um, can you say INTENSE, kids?! (Fittingly this is a […]


Horoscopes, to get you thinking about & with Thursday’s solar eclipse

Last week, on twitter, I talked about one of the key purposes of astrology was “consideration.” I broke down how the word consider has its origins in Latin with the prefix “con” for with and “sidere” or “sidus” for stars.  So to consider something is to think with one’s stars.  Around eclipses, people tend to […]