TMA Weekly Blog Posts

Chiron Calls

Mary Plumb writes personally about Chiron turning direct and slowly moving forward again – with Neptune, Jupiter and the Full Moon close by.   read more...

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Mars in Leo & the Cardinal Crisis

Gary Caton notices a few key historical events from Mars’s previous long transits in Leo (1962-63 and 1915-16). He then looks at the current ingress chart (Oct. 16) cast for Washington, D.C.,  and the Sibly chart to see what we might expect in these months approaching the Uranus-Pluto square.   read more...

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Health Insurance Reform

Robert Blaschke writes on Pluto squaring Saturn as it crosses the U.S. Sibly chart Midheaven. He includes a look back to the last triple conjunction of Jupiter, Chiron and Neptune in 1945 when a key legislation allowing state law to regulate insurance companies was passed. Congress is now deciding whether to repeal this law.   read more...

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A Big Week

Mary Plumb looks at President Obama’s big week from Copenhagen to Oslo, including an important shift in his progressed chart.   read more...

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Some of the Current Best Astrology Blogs

Mary Plumb collects  a handful of some fine blogs. Enjoy!   read more...

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Michael Moore’s Love Story to Capitalism

Mary Plumb discusses Michael Moore’s newest film, Capitalism, A Love Story, which goes to the heart of the economic crisis. Moore’s natal and progressed charts shows his strong connection to the fast approaching Saturn square Pluto.   read more...

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The Libra Ingress Chart

Gary Caton demonstrates techniques from traditional mundane astrology and gives a forecast for the season using tomorrow’s Libra Ingress chart set for Washington, D.C.   read more...

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Saturn and Uranus: One More Time

Mary Plumb looks at the President Obama’s chart – complete with Mars yelling from the floor of Congress and Saturn and Uranus coming around again for a redefinition of the role of government.   read more...

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Until Death Do Us Part

Mary Plumb looks at the charts of Edward Kennedy and his two marriages. He has the Sun in Pisces as does Vicki, his second wife, to whom he proposed at a performance of La Boheme. (Is there a Pisces anywhere who isn’t moved by this beautiful, tragic opera?)   read more...

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Jackson Death Ruled Homicide

Alex Miller spells out the intricate and highly specific minor asteroids, planets – and TNO Chaos -  in Michael Jackson’s and Dr. Conrad Murray’s natal charts and for the day the death was ruled a homicide. Amazing.   read more...

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  • This Week's Features

    • Scorpio Solar Eclipse
      Guest blogger Sheldon Rosner writes on personal and political themes of this week’s Scorpio solar eclipse.   read more...
    • Astrological podcasts
      Mary Plumb collects links to podcasts. Although some early adopters have archived their work (from as long ago as 2007!), and some are newly created, there’s a range of interesting topics and approaches. Enjoy listening.   read more...