Today is International Astrology Day!
Considered by many to be the start of the astrological new year, International Astrology Day is celebrated each year on the Spring Equinox (the day the Sun enters Aries).
There are various observances around the world, including lectures and other events.
Anyone have any plans to celebrate this observance?
(PS: We're celebrating with a sale...feel free to join in our celebration!)
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Patricia Papps, author of Heal Yourself with Angels and the new Angels of the Zodiac.
Lead a happy and fulfilling life with your own special zodiac angels who work in conjunction with the ray of your zodiac sign. Zodiac angels have a special power and a deep love that will raise your consciousness to a higher spiritual level, enabling you to embrace life in all its glory and face any problems with courage and faith. My book, Angels of the Zodiac, will show you have to use the power of these angels to enhance your life and sort out any problems that you are experiencing. They bring an understanding of the reason for this particular incarnation
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Founded in 1996, the Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) is an organization formed by a unique group of businesses that deal in "Visionary Resources," and who work with and support each other as independent retailers, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, and publishers of visionary books, music, and merchandise.
For 2016, the nineteenth annual Visionary Awards, there are some changes.
Most notably, winners are
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Amy Herring, author of Astrology of the Moon and the new Essential Astrology.
Almost any astrology software or chart calculation website will also include an aspect grid: a table that shows you where all the planetary aspects are in your chart. This can be a handy, thorough guide to keeping track of all the chart aspects, but you can learn to spot the major aspects quickly in a chart just by eyeballing it. Here's how to do it.
Pick any planet in a chart and note its sign and degree. For example, let's use the Sun at 19° Sagittarius. Now, add and subtract your preferred orb amount to that degree number to get a range. Let's use a 5°