One of these days I will write a post on my own personal astrology. It’s been quite something: the end of my Saturn return this summer and fall, the square of Uranus and Pluto falling right on my Chiron, and now Saturn sitting on my Mercury making it very difficult to come up with anything creative to say which explains why you have heard less of me recently.
But in the meantime… we had an election, and Obama was elected. There were no hanging chads, very few Mercury retrograde fiascos (unless you count Mitt Romney’s victory webpage and voting problems in Florida that have more to do with their political system than Mercury. Now that we’re past the election, though, the political situation in the US seems very much the same as it did previous to the election: gridlock and partisan bickering.
Saturn is now in Scorpio and suddenly there has been an eruption of sex scandals and sexual abuse allegations. Saturn was last in Scorpio in the early 1980s, joined by Pluto in 1983. We saw this kind of surfacing of sexual abuse the last time Saturn was in Scorpio, but of course the presence of Pluto intensified the drama and brought out the dark side to a far greater extent than what we are likely to see now.
Neptune turns direct today so don’t be surprised if things are a bit murkier than usual right now. While Neptune is stationary in the sky, creative inspiration is powerful and we can find it easier to achieve a transcendence in our spiritual life that is normally more difficult. Meditation and prayer are important now, but so is music, art, nature and other activities that create a deep sense […]