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Article Topic: Astrology

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The Astrological Signs: Twelve Passports to Past Life Awareness
Date: 2010-12-27   By: Bernie Ashman
Each of the twelve signs of the zodiac has the potential to carry us back into past life memories and patterns. In the course of our lifetime, each of us will be asked by the universe to understand the basic nature of each sign. Why? Because each sign can act as a catalyst to stimulate your past life awakenings so that we in this lifetime can convert past life negative patterns into winning creative life directions. Bernie Ashman, author of Sun Signs & Past Lives, explains.
The Natal Moon in Capricorn
Date: 2010-12-10   By: Amy Herring
Evolutionary Transitions: Where the Past Meets the Future (A Case Study)
Date: 2010-11-15   By: Deva Green
In evolutionary astrology, there are times of great challenge and stress when we are confronted by transits that require us to let go of the past so that we can positively address the future. Deva Green, author of Evolutionary Astrology, presents a case study of such a period of astrological transits and why such times are sometimes necessary for change.
Astro-Elemental Opposites: Aries and Libra
Date: 2010-10-12   By: Llewellyn
Astrological Aspects
Date: 2010-10-12   By: Llewellyn
Astrological Transits
Date: 2010-10-12   By: Llewellyn
Transiting Pluto in Capricorn and the United States' Economic Challenges
Date: 2010-09-06   By: Deva Green
Transiting Pluto in Capricorn symbolizes the collective need to re-structure any outdated systems, methods, or behaviors that have become stagnated and are preventing further growth. Pluto in Capricorn reflects the need to evolve past any internal behavior has become crystallized and outdated in order for individual and collective growth to occur. The natal chart of the US currently includes transits of Pluto in Capricorn, and these aspects are wreaking havoc, including economic and social instability. Why do we need to face these transits in order to experience growth? Evolutionary astrologer Deva Green explains.
The Time of the Quickening
Date: 2010-08-23   By: Rose Marcus
Since 2008, we have seen a number of social, economical, and natural disasters, and many predict that the future will continue down this rocky path. What can astrology tell us about what the future holds? Rose Marcus, editor of Insights into Evolutionary Astrology, explains the predictive power of the planets during these troubling times.
A Deeper Look at the Progressed Moon and Saturn Cycles
Date: 2010-07-12   By: Amy Herring
Saturnís twenty-nine-and-half-year transiting cycle as personal evolution represents most directly the process of maturity. Not just getting older, but gaining wisdom through what we learn in our experience of growing up. During highlights in our personal Saturn cycle, we are often asked to confront a certain reality, whether itís about how the outside world works or whether itís our internal state of being, along the theme of what Saturn represents in our birth chart by sign and house. Our personal Saturn cycle can also have us confronting authorities, again whether they are external laws, judges, teachers, or parents, and our internal lesson of claiming our own natural authority and governance over our own lives. Amy Herring, author of Astrology of the Moon, explains.
The Astrology of Social Networking Sites
Date: 2010-04-27   By: Amy Herring

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