I confess, I loathe sun sign talk.
Let me explain. I cannot stand the flip explanations people give for why one acts a certain way based on one's sun sign. 'O she's a Gemini, she 's talkative, bright, and witty!' 'That Scorpio, he's secretive, complex, and intense.' 'Geminis and Scorpios could never make good life partners!' Now, to some extent, these descriptions can be true. However, complicated humans cannot be so simply described. The sun sign is a teeny tiny aspect of your personality.
First, you really need to take another look at what the sign your sun is in truly means. Your sun sign is not the instinctive part of your personality. It is the part you are trying to become.
At twenty-three weeks pregnant, I am beginning to contemplate more and more my upcoming role as mother. So of course I look to the moon. Even as a child I associated the moon with mother. The face in the moon was not 'The Man in the Moon', but Jesus's mother, Mary.
As an astrologer, I know that the moon can signify a lot about the mother, as well. So I begin to contemplate my experience with my own mother based on my moon's position, and how I may be as a mother myself. My moon is in Virgo in the ninth house, very close to the midheaven and I have a few pretty hard aspects and one really nice one. I could interpret so many things just based on these few facts in my chart...my
We are told that Mercury Retrograde is generally not the time to start something new. We certainly should avoid beginning projects or dealing with any form of technology. So why did Llewellyn decide to launch its new website?
I was thinking of this, and decided it wasn't such an inauspicious beginning. Mercury Retrograde is not as frightening as everyone thinks. While most people worry about delays and setbacks, lost mail and broken electronics, I tend to find the retrograde cycle quite refreshing.
Mercury is one of my favorite gods, and that's not just because I'm a Gemini. He's the winged messenger, a trickster and teacher. So what can this cycle do for us?
Right now, Mercury is
Many people plan their weddings by astrology (as evidenced not only by previous conversations I've had with readers on Twitter but also by the number of copies of April Elliott Kent's Star Guide to Weddings we continue to sell). The astrology of your wedding date can have a significant impact on what kind of marriage you will have: will you be the hosts with the most or will you be homebodies? Regularly church-going or simply spiritual? Kid-friendly or child-free?
Currently engaged, I am tentatively planning for a wedding date in July of 2010 (we've picked July not only because my parents travel 1500 miles each Fourth of July to visit me and my siblings, so we would cut down on any