So I sprained my ankle again yesterday. Same right ankle as the last time, but the inside of the ankle instead of the outside. It feels like something sharp stabbing me when I put weight on it. And since my left knee is in such bad shape, I’m walking kind of like a Frankenstein’s monster. […]
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Another frickin’ Mercury retrograde, this time in Libra. Oh joy.
In case you were wondering what that means, astrology-wise. Or you could read this, this, or this.
I studied what is called evolutionary astrology, epitomized by the seminal books on Pluto written by Jeffrey Wolf Green back in the ’80s. (I think they’re out of print now.) I take them out every five years or so and read them in light of my more recent life experiences; they’re just fascinating. Although he […]
The clown car is getting bigger as George Pataki enters the race… It should be a mild Atlantic hurricane season and here’s the summer forecast for the U.S…. Astrologer Susan Miller tells how to survive and plan for (yeah, right) the Mercury retrograde… Here’s a nice NPR story about independent booksellers making a come back… […]
Emily Bills for redOrbit.com – @emilygbills It’s eclipse season! On Saturday morning, anyone east of the Mississippi River will be able to wake up early (between 4:00-5:00AM CST, with maximum viewing around 7AM CST) and view the first total lunar eclipse of 2015. This particular lunar eclipse is unique for a few reasons. For one, […]
At 5:50 pm EST, visible through much of the country. Good stuff for Scorpios!
I went to sleep about midnight and shortly before 2, C. woke me up. “I just got this alert on my phone. There’s a tornado warning and we’re supposed to take shelter.” I call the front desk. She tells me there’s no alert, and I said, “Just for the sake of warning, if there is […]
Mercury’s retro again. Not like I couldn’t tell, I just forgot to mention it.
Tonight, 2-3 a.m on the East Coast: VILLANOVA, Pa. (CBS) — A newly discovered meteor shower may be visible in the wee hours of Saturday morning if the weather cooperates. One name for the meteor shower in “Comet 209/P Linear.” The other is the Camelopardalids. Villanova astronoyy professor Ed Guinan says this meteor shower is […]