July 1 – Aug 17, 2019 Mars in Leo cultivates strength and sovereignty. The most important yet least talked about aspect of Mars, God of War (as he was known in ancient Rome): Mars fought only if it secured peace. So fight if you must, but fight for a cause, as a warrior of peace.
Tuesday, June 25 at 2.48am PST At the last quarter, the moon rises at midnight, peaks at dawn and sets at noon – and this is true all over the world, no matter your time zone. If you view the moon at midnight, the Sun will be positioned directly beneath your feet. Staring at the
June 21 (Summer Solstice) – July 22, 2019 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. As always, Cancer season begins on the summer solstice. This year the first day of Neptune Retrograde also coincides with the solstice.
June 21 (Summer Solstice) – Nov 27, 2019 Planets in retrograde are not actually spinning backwards – it is entirely an optical illusion as seen from Earth. Backwards motion appears to happen when Earth passes slower moving planets in the outer solar system. In astrology, this illusion manifests as a “backwards” functioning of the planetary roles. Click here
Monday, June 17 at 1.31am PST Sun and Moon oppose one another in Gemini and Sagittarius: the axis of seekers and ramblers. This full moon brings movement, adventure, teaching and learning. We are all teachers and students! What are you here to teach? What are you here to learn? The Algonquins call the June full moon
Sunday, June 9 at 11.00pm PST The Sun in Gemini squares the moon in Virgo. The moon will rise at noon, peak at dusk and set at midnight all over the world, no matter your time zone. The moon is waxing, gathering momentum for fullness. The moon enters Virgo on June 8 (one day before the
June 8 – July 3, 2019 Gemini is the sign of twins and social connectivity. When Venus dances in Gemini, cerebral and creative energies soar. This transit brings opportunities to meet new brothers and sisters and open up our circle. The more we share and co-create, the more we expand. Expect more conversation, buzz and
Artist: Arthur Rackham Monday, June 3 at 3.02am PST Every month the moon lands in the same sign as the sun. This lunar-solar conjunction is what we call a new moon. Sometimes this conjunction creates a solar eclipse. The next solar eclipse is coming soon on July 2. After this new moon, Luna returns “home” to
Sunday, May 26 at 9.34am PST At the last quarter, the moon rises at midnight, peaks at dawn and sets at noon – and this is true all over the world, no matter your time zone. If you view the moon at midnight, the Sun will be positioned directly beneath your feet. Staring at the
May 21 – June 4, 2019 Mercury: patron of travel, communication and the human mind; orator, poet, soothsayer, healer, lucky star and underworld guide. With magical caduceus in hand, Mercury led freshly discorporated souls from the lower to the upper worlds. Mercury governs mental processing; it is his influence which determines our perception and style