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Far Out! A Neptune in Transit Story

Posted on Sep 16, 2014

One day, a man wakes up as if from a heavy dream. But he feels free and unbound. Why? Because in the dream, this man touches something ephemeral in the cosmos that connects him to his creativity and spirit. In a moment, he knows that he can detach from his home, his job and his loved ones – without any moral sense of duty, or any passion for ambition. In its essence, it is cold, like the far out environs of Neptune itself, at the edge of our solar system. But when integrating pieces of the subconscious psyche into one’s identity, Neptune can bring gifts of beauty, knowledge and an expanded sense of self as a divine child. Neptune’s signal is not an easy...

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My Pluto Transit – The Journey Continues

Posted on Sep 10, 2014

In Astrology, Pluto tends to carry the signature of events that are related to trauma, fierce healing, life-altering changes in course that can seem tragic, evil or unfair. Why would a soul choose to experience such deep and intense events – from many of which some never seem to recover? In my earlier post, , I merely scratch the surface of plutonic musings while near the beginning of my particular journey with transiting Pluto crossing my Ascendant. I began to have some inkling of what was to come, and this post is an update as Pluto sits exactly at 11 degrees Capricorn, on my Asc. When Pluto hits a major point in the natal chart, such as the Sun, Moon or any of...

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Protected: About The Camino

Posted on Aug 19, 2014

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Making The Bed

Posted on Apr 8, 2014

It’s morning and I am making the bed. It’s my last morning in this bed, so first there’s the stripping, then the making of the bed. In a while, I’ll launder the old linens, they’ll dry, ready to be folded and put away.   Rituals like these bring me a certain peace on mornings like this. Mornings when I am aware that my entire known universe will be different by this time tomorrow. My actions are in the now but I am also present to a want not to feel fear, not to feel sadness. I am sad to leave but I do not know why.   It is after all, my choice to leave. The call was made, striking my body like lightning from head to toe and through to the ground. The...

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The Answer is 42: Thoughts on My Uranian Opposition

Posted on Apr 28, 2013

“My Grandmother died just a few months before I was born,” was what I said to Eddie in fifth grade, “But she knew I was coming.” “She sure did,” Eddie said. I was crushed. I didn’t know much about her. But dying at age 42 seemed like a tragedy to me. Most other kids knew their grandmothers.   Ten years later, my dad had a near death experience, or NDE as they are called. He was 42. NDEs are recognized medically as moments when a person’s consciousness observes its physical body’s own dying, has the feeling of oneness and love as if heading somewhere else but then returns to the body. In my dad’s story, he was given the choice to stay or go and he...

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