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Category Archive for 'Astral Weather'

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 […]

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Forgot to mention…

Mercury’s retro again. Not like I couldn’t tell, I just forgot to mention it.

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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 […]

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Imagine that

Link: NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – More strokes happen when geomagnetic storms are afoot, according to a new review of stroke literature – although it’s not clear what protective measures anyone could take, researchers said. Geomagnetic storms happen when the Earth’s magnetic field is disturbed by solar winds or coronal mass ejections, which throw out […]

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Upcoming grand cross eclipse

Let’s just say that I remember the grand fixed cross eclipse in 1999 very well (it was a huge turning point), and I’m hoping this one is nothing like it, but since it hits right on my ascendent, I doubt it. Keep calm and carry on, I say! If you keep up with my update […]

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My new debit card didn’t work. On perpetual hold (I suspect I may have changed the password). Also, my car’s radiator is leaking. Yay.

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Happy Mercury retrograde

Be prepared!

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Uh, happy New Year, I think?

Astrobarry on today’s supermoon, Grand Cross and assorted other vises which are squeezing the collective psyche: Let’s be blunt: The current astrology is kind of a shitshow, and remains so until after the first of the year. When I say ‘shitshow’, I mean these are the sort of aspects which make for explosive holidaytime conversations, that’s for sure, […]

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Happy solar eclipse

In Scorpio. Details here.

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They should peak tonight, but they’re hard to see with this moon: The Orionids occur each year in mid-October when Earth passes through a stream of dust left in the wake of Comet Halley. Halley returns to our solar system every 76 years, and each time it does, it sheds bits of rocks and dust […]

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