The Transits of September 2018, The Return of Mars

There is an old adage that bad things (and good things) come in threes, and trilogies are a common literary device. Astrological trilogies happen all the time. They are known as retrograde cycles. The Sun is the center of the Solar System, but in astrology, we track the movement of the planets from the Earth. … Continue reading The Transits of September 2018, The Return of Mars

The Transits of August 2018, The Great Storm is Over

Whew! The dramatic Summer Eclipse Season is almost over, and we have survived it. In Mundane Astrology, or the astrology related to larger world events, the impact of this season may be felt for about 6 months, or until the next eclipse season starting in January of 2019. Also, in larger world events, we may … Continue reading The Transits of August 2018, The Great Storm is Over

Eclipse Seasons and Saros Cycles, The Solar Eclipse of August 11, 2018

In the previous articles about the current transits and recent Lunar Eclipse of July 27, 2018, I discussed eclipse seasons and Saros Cycles in the course of my interpretation of current astrological events. Last year before the Great American Eclipse, I wrote an article discussing the meaning of eclipses on a metaphysical level.  Now, as … Continue reading Eclipse Seasons and Saros Cycles, The Solar Eclipse of August 11, 2018

Upcoming Transits and Managing Uranus

The use of the Outer Planets is one of the major areas of contention between Classical Astrologers and between practitioners of Classical and Modern Astrology. I have wrestled with this question for many years, and I have written two previous articles on the topic, which can be found here and here. I have looked at … Continue reading Upcoming Transits and Managing Uranus