Lunar Eclipse in Aquarius ♒ July 27, 2018

Photo by Jimmy Westlake Friday, July 27 at 1.22 pm PST This Full Moon Lunar Eclipse marks Lunar Lammas, halfway between the summer solstice and fall equinox. Lammastide is celebrated in the Northern Hemisphere on the first harvest of the year. The Algonquins call this full moon the Buck Moon as it coincides with new antler Read More

Sun in Leo ☼ July 22 – Aug 22

July 22 – Aug 22, 2018 The Sun sign is a much-celebrated astrological element, usually given more significance than it deserves. Remember – the Sun is just one planet in your star-soup. Happy birthday fuzzy cats! Heart-deep in the astrological year, we arrive at Leo, king of the zodiac. Leo is ruled by the sun, Read More

First Quarter Moon in Libra ☽ July 19, 2018

Thursday, July 19 at 12.53pm PST The Sun in Cancer squares the moon in Libra. The moon will rise at noon, peak at dusk and set at midnight. Quarter moons prompt definitive change. They represent a turning point. Libra is the sign of scales, representing equality, balance, compromise and true love. It is Libra who transforms us Read More

Solar Eclipse in Cancer ♋ July 12, 2018

Thursday, July 12 at 7.49pm PST Happy new moon and happy solar eclipse!! Eclipses represent rebirth and the dawning of a new age. They take us from light to darkness back to light again. They suggest, by virtue of their potency, a radical shift. Something is subsumed, transmuted. This is all happening in Cancer, the Read More

Venus in Virgo ⚢ July 9 – Aug 6

July 9 – Aug 6, 2018 Venus in Virgo teaches us to be more sober and perceptive so that we may better serve others’ needs. Astrologers often misinterpret Virgo as cold and uncaring, but she is a loving, devoted goddess. While Venus is in Virgo, demonstrate your affection by simply being available and doing the little Read More

Last Quarter Moon in Aries ☾ July 6, 2018

Friday, July 6 at 12.52am PST At the last quarter, the moon rises at midnight, peaks at dawn and sets at noon. If you view the moon at midnight, the Sun will be positioned directly beneath your feet. Staring at the moon during this time will align you so that you are looking right out Read More