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The Mountain Astrologer

PO Box 970

Cedar Ridge, CA 95924, USA


Q: What is TMA‘s publishing schedule?
A: TMA currently publishes 4 issues per year (EFFECTIVE MAY 11, 2023)

Q: I’m a TMA print subscriber. How can I get digital access too?
A: Every active TMA print subscription comes with free digital access via their “Personal Login Link” or Account ID & Zip Code.

Q: What stores carry TMA?
 TMA does not keep a distribution list. However, you can find TMA at most Barnes & Nobles, local co-ops, and many bookstores nationwide. Ask us about becoming a Stockist!

Q: I moved. How do I change my mailing address?
A: Address changes need to be received 90 days in advance of publication to ensure continuity in the receipt of magazines. Changes to billing and shipping addresses may be made using the My Digital Library link to access your account.  New addresses may also be emailed to, or call our office: (530) 477-8839 Please know that the USPS does not forward or hold magazines if you have moved or placed a hold on your mail while traveling.

Q: How can I find out how many issues are left on my subscription?
A: Access your account via your “Personal Login Link” to view your subscription information, email, or call our office: (530) 477-8839 

Q: When can I expect my next issue to arrive?
A: If you are a current active subscriber in the US, the delivery deadline dates are as follows (add two weeks for Canadian & international deliveries):

  • Capricorn Sol (1st Qrtly & Annual Yearbook Dec – Feb) – December 7, 2023 
  • Aries Nox (2nd Qrtly Mar – May) – March 7, 2023
  • Cancer Sol (3rd Qrtly Jun – Aug) – June 7, 2023
  • Libra Nox (4th Qrtly Sep – Nov) – September 7, 2023

Q: It’s past the delivery deadline date listed above and I still haven’t received my copy of TMA. What should I do?
A: Please email, or call our office: (530) 477-8839 

Replacement requests must be made within 90 days of the issue digital launch date:

  • Capricorn Sol (1st Qrtly Dec – Feb) – November 1, 2023
  • Aries Nox (2nd Qrtly Mar – May) – February 1, 2023
  • Cancer Sol (3rd Qrtly Jun – Aug) – May 1, 2023
  • Libra Nox (4th Qrtly Sep – Nov) – August 1, 2023

Note: TMA allows one free replacement issue per one-year subscription.

If you have already utilized your one free replacement issue, we will subtract one issue from your current subscription as payment for the additional replacement.

If you have already utilized your one free replacement issue and have no issues remaining on your current subscription, you will need to order a single issue or renew your subscription.

Q: What is the longest TMA subscription length I can purchase?
A: Due to fluctuations in postal rates, the longest TMA subscription option available is one year.

Q: I forgot to enter the current TMA Promo/Coupon code when making my purchase, what do I do?
A: You MUST use the current code upon checkout to qualify for the discount. No partial refunds.

Q: Are back issues of TMA available for purchase?
A: Yes, both print and digital 1992-2024 … Visit Our Shop!

Q: How long will it take for my back issue order to arrive?
A: 10–14 days in the US (add two weeks for Canadian & international deliveries).

Q: How do I cancel my subscription and do you issue refunds?


Q: How can I remove myself from your mailing list?
A: Please email or call our office: (530) 477-8839.

Q: Will TMA sell my information?
A: No. TMA does not share, trade, rent, or sell its subscriber list.

Q: I have many years of TMA I don’t want to throw away. Is there somewhere I can donate them?
A: Please contact your local astrological association, library, university or college, hospital, or community center, or check out

Q: When emailing an inquiry, when can I anticipate a response?
Email responses are made in a timely manner and are sent in the order received. You can anticipate a reply within 30 business days. Holidays and unexpected closures excluded. You may also call our office: (530) 477-8839 with inquiries.


  • Our magazines are mailed via USPS.
  • All subscription prices include shipping costs.
  • Orders of individual print issues of the magazine mail weekly to arrive within 7–10 days (add 7–14 days for international deliveries). Holidays and unexpected closures excluded.

Subscriptions & Distribution: (530) 477-8839 or Toll-Free (800) 287-4828 (US only)


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What is a Wyrd Arts & Culture Magazine?


Not to be confused with WEIRD, The Mountain Astrologer has always been an exploration of the beautiful and mysterious world of the WYRD …

“Wyrd is the very boundary between the essence and the appearance of things. It describes the sensory and affective impressions that haunt our encounters with the real things that mark us.”  — Erik Davis

  • wyrd/, [wyrˠd]

(n) fate personified; our personal destiny

To be full of spirit. 

To turn or rotate. 

To come to pass, to become, to be due.  

From Proto-Germanic *wurdiz, from Proto-Indo-European *wrti-, a verbal abstract from the root *wert- (to turn) (whence Latin vertere), related to the Old English verb weorþan (to grow into, become). Cognate with Old Saxon wurd, Old High German wurt, Old Norse urðr (fate), Old Norse Urðr (one of 3 norns).

What Is The Web Of Wyrd?

“So in simplest terms, what is the Web of Wyrd? It is the fabric of the universe. It is the threads, the cosmic strings, the links that connect us all to everything.

“Remnants of this ancient, animistic viewpoint persist on in our language. When you hear someone talk about “the fabric of the universe,” or talk about the spiritual depth of reality as something that binds us together and moves through everything, you are hearing the remnants in the English language that come from the deeper, ancestral concept that Northern Europeans once referred to as the Web of Wyrd.

“The Wyrd is the thread and the thread is the Wyrd. Wyrd is fate, the future, but also the past, the things that you have lived through and achieved. It is ever present. It has depth (Orlog) and where it crosses with other threads, you will find meetings with people, events and things that have the power to change the course of your life forever.

“The Web of Wyrd is what we make of it, and in turn, our actions within it are what make us who we are and what we will become.”  Earl S. Wynn


“Wyrd refers to more than individual lives but to the universe, a vast spider’s web where everything is connected and analogically related, so that vast galaxies can resemble cell structures and the genome of living creatures. Macrocosm and microcosm.”  — Sexual Fables