Good Monday!

Hello to all TMA‘s dear readers. This is not my usual blog, just a warm note to let you know I’m taking a little break this week as I get ready to go to Boston early tomorrow for the NGCR conference. I’ll be TMA‘s eyes and ears, so please come and find me and say hello.

I’ll be there with my sister, Kate Plumb, a fine companion and terrific astrologer from New York. As she likes to tell people, we shared a room for 18 years. I think she mostly remembers that I was messy (that is, a Pisces). I mostly remember that she used to get up in the middle of the night to rearrange the furniture (that is, a Capricorn). To be fair, we each have a tendency to exaggerate – she’s got Mercury conjunct Jupiter in Capricorn, I have the same conjunction in Aquarius.

Please do come find me in Cambridge with any and all praise, ideas, complaints, feedback to Tem and his amazing TMA crew. I’ll gladly carry all your wishes back to everyone at the office.

Next Monday I will have a new blog, and I hope to see some of you soon in person!

At the Bending

Planets “at the bending” are an often underestimated point in a horoscope. Inspired by last week’s transiting Juno square the nodal axis, Mary Plumb finds examples from public life and her personal files.

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After the Full Moon

The biggest, brightest Full Moon of the year has come and gone, leaving us in her wake. Mary Plumb writes some thoughts and stories that appeared with this lunation (accompanied boldly by Mars retrograde and the second Saturn-Pluto square).

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It’s Been a Long Week

Mary Plumb links to a collection of astrological blogs commenting on the week’s events, including a few tips from Saturn to help us hold steady and on course.

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Hello twenty ten 

Remembering Janus, the Roman god of gates, doorways, beginnings and endings, Mary Plumb looks back and ahead as we enter the new year. Welcome twenty ten!

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Happy Winter Solstice

TMA‘s Mary Plumb takes a tour of the Winter Solstice with links to many sites – from an economic forecast to other astrologer’s views of the Solstice chart to ceremonies and music on YouTube. Enjoy these days!

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