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Date: 2004-03-29 By: Stephanie Clement
Both major stars, both recent award winners, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas were both born on September 25, but twenty-five years apart! Astrology reveals how they connect to each other, not just through their Libra Suns, but through ...
Date: 2005-06-06 By: Isabelle Ghaneh
Chiron is an asteroid, a mythological figure and a catalyst for that delicate place you have deep inside that contains your most inner sense of woundedness. Where Chiron is placed in your zodiac charts, according to sign, house and aspect, shows ...
Date: 2011-06-24 By: Alice DeVille
In our rapidly changing economic climate, over 10 percent of the United States population will look for opportunities to switch careers in 2012. Hoping to tap into new and emerging networks, an increasing number of avid job hunters will look at career paths that have been designated "green." While looking at the realistic "Big Picture" that includes some of the obstacles to progress, this article broadly highlights career possibilities in green industries, by astrological sun sign.
Date: 2007-07-23 By: Marguerite Manning
Is it any wonder why the ancients proclaimed that our destiny was “written in the stars”? Evidently, our fate here on terra firma is a lot less predetermined than we’ve been led to believe because when we view our natal sky from this perspective it’s a lot more than just a celestial reflection of our earthly destiny. It’s a universal documentation of the agreement we made to live up to it. An agreement the ancients called a horoscope, but based on their scientific principles I prefer to call our very own “contract with the universe.”
Date: 2007-01-08 By: Isabelle Ghaneh
What roles do the celestial archtypes play in our lives? With analysis of Pluto, Charon, Eris, Ceres, and more, discover the mythical and astrological ways these heavenly bodies affect you and your birth chart.
Date: 2003-02-04 By: Stephanie Jean Clement, Ph.D.
Crash of Space Shuttle Columbia By Stephanie Jean Clement, Ph.D. On February 1, 2003, at approximately 8:00 a.m., CST, The space shuttle Columbia broke apart on re-entry and crashed. Pieces have been found over a wide area of Texas, Louisiana, ...
Date: 2013-03-01 By: Lisa McSherry
Date: 2006-06-12 By: Lisa McSherry
Are you a Daddy’s girl or a Mama’s boy? Come June 18, you’ll pledge your love and appreciation to the man you call Dad. Mom had her big day....now it’s dad’s turn. As we celebrate fathers all over world, this tribute is based on your papa’s zodiac ...
Date: 2015-12-14 By: Lisa McSherry
Brad Kronen's new book, Love in the Stars, profiles the romantic dynamics created between each of the twelve signs of the Zodiac whenever dating one another. The book illustrates that every combination of sign can work together, but that some combos take more work than others just to achieve a state of equilibrium. This is especially true when you consider the astrological rule of thumb that same-signed unions are generally frowned upon, due to each sign having its own unique issues to confront whenever dating itself. Since we're currently in the sign of Sagittarius, he discusses the issues that can arise with same-sign unions through the lens of the double Sagittarius couple Jim Morrison & Pam Courson.
Date: 2007-09-10 By: Celeste Teal
Two weeks ago, on August 28, we had a lunar eclipse, which is followed by a solar eclipse tomorrow night (visible from parts of South America). With all of that astronomical push and pull, what are the astrological implications for us?