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Pluto unannounced

Mary Plumb writes on Pluto’s great and mysterious opening to the underworld (with much appreciation to Brian Clark).    read more...

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A pancake tale

Tem Tarriktar offers some cooking tips in this classic story of cast iron vs. teflon-coated skillets and a Moon-Mars conjunction.   read more...

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Sun-Mars, Part Two

Mary Plumb re-visits the Sun and Mars and links to other bloggers on the events of the past week.   read more...

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Meeting Mars: Inside and Out

Mary Plumb writes on Sun-Mars beginning a new synodic cycle.    read more...

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SCOTUS Goes Gay

Guest writer Alex Miller looks at the asteroids active at this past Full Moon and the gay issues before the Supreme Court – Sappho, Eros, Hera and Justitia are some of those who make an appearance in this amazing asteroid tableau.    read more...

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The Conjunction of the Sun, Venus and Uranus in Aries

Gary P. Caton offers his unique perspective and creative consideration of the current Sun-Venus synodic cycle. Many thanks, Gary.   read more...

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Monday morning blogs

Mary Plumb finds some diverse astrology blogs – a display of this morning’s  Moon square to Jupiter in Gemini – and a windy kite-filled walk on the beach.   read more...

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Venus cazimi

Venus disappeared from the morning sky (Venus Lucifer, “the light bearer” to the Greeks) on February 16. She will reappear in the evening sky on May 16, when she will be low and faint in the sky after sunset. This begins her reign as Venus Hesperus, i.e., “setting in the West.” Venus is invisible now; […]   read more...

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A Heavenly Deluge: Notes on the Planetary Line-Up in Pisces

TMA Editor Ray Grasse makes a special appearance in today’s blog, pulling together some of the Pisces themes that are carrying us all along.    read more...

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The Eurozone Crisis 2013: Theory and Method in Mundane Astrology

Guest blogger Nicholas Campion writes on several historical views on “the metaphysics of time,” and combines theory with method in predictions about the Eurozone.    read more...

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  • This Week's Features

    • Check-in from around the web
      Mary Plumb brings views from other bloggers – including ideas for managing the April eclipses and a beautiful astronomical  time piece made with precious stones.   read more...
    • 2014 and beyond
      Special guest writer Louis Acker takes us through the stellar/political/social landscape beginning with today’s Full Moon eclipse. He is a marvelous guide to the pathway that is upon us.   read more...