The new moon in Libra has officially passed, but there is still a lot of Libran energy into which you can tap. The new moon in Libra not only bolsters justice and fairness, but also places great emphasis on relationships and love (most specifically, adding justice and harmony to your current relationships and as you continue to build new ones). The sun is also in Libra, so there is an emphasis on thinking, specifically clearing your head on relationship matters. Additionally, the new moon is a time of new beginnings, so keep these things in mind as you approach the following:
Building or re-building relationships
Purifying your mind, body, and spirit
The past year has been especially hard on Americans. We've seen our housing market collapse into ruins of foreclosures, unemployment rates skyrocket, and business after business shutter their doors. That said, it seems that one market—the metaphysical—continues to do quite well.
It seems that while some people who regularly visit psychics and astrologers have cut back on their visits as their budgets become tighter, these metaphysical businesses are seeing a surge in new customers, those that are looking for advice in these uncertain times.
Lisa Barretta, author of The Street Smart Psychic's Guide to Getting a Good Reading, recently wrote an article on getting psychic
Please welcome guest blogger Sharon Leah to Guided by the Stars! Sharon works with Llewellyn's Calendars and Almanacs in our Production department.
Mercury is in apparent direct motion again after being retrograde nearly all of September. Did anyone breeze through this retrograde period unscathed? The winged trickster tagged me. I purchased a new domain name for a Website on September 28 (one of the worst days to conduct business, because Mercury was almost stationary). The domain remained in limbo for several days before it became active on October 2.
While Mercury was retrograde, it slid back into Virgo, where it drew attention to the details of life, and we spent three weeks
I'm 98.7% certain that we are all familiar with the adage "You are what you eat." Domino's Pizza, however, recently teamed up with astrologer Steve Weiss, and determined that, in reality, we eat what we are. Meaning, our tastes are somewhat dictated by our astrological sun sign.
While I'm not sure why Domino's would want to fund such research, they have a valid point; after all, even we at Llewellyn have long had books based on the marriage of astrology and food (for some great meal planning, just check out Sydney Omarr's Cooking with Astrology!).
According to Domino's, As a Leo I should "expect each meal to be a social event, and not care what I'm eating" (I hate people watching me