The Astrology of the Massacre at Babi Yar

From September 29-30, 1941, Nazi Germany committed one of the largest massacres at the city of Kiev, Ukraine. Over this two-day period, it is estimated that the Nazi’s exterminated almost 34,000 Jewish people along with thousands of other cultures and nationalities. To pull off this monstrous war crime, they had to trick the population. Shortly …

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The Significance of Midpoints: A Brief Analysis of the United States

I find it interesting that everyone has specific favorite astrological methodologies and concepts. Over time, I have found that I tend to gravitate towards midpoint analysis. Midpoints provide additional detail that flesh out a story that the standard aspects don’t/can’t always highlight. They are like little configurations all over the chart that reveal specific complexes …

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Radically Foreign & Existentially Rebellious

I spend so much time focusing attention on the invisible world of energy and connection that I sometimes take it for granted how that sensitivity grows over time. The “feel” of the ineffable within and without. But in parallel with this concentration, I also notice the divide with those who are completely ignorant to this …

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Pluto in Aquarius – The Intensification of Social Concern

I have become less concerned with the cost of goods and services. Advertisements that brag about their low prices mean little to me. In this day and age, I wish corporations would start advertising the state of their employee population. Things like: How many of their employees live near or below the federal poverty line? …

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Mercury – Neptune and The “Hard Problem” of Sibley

An astrological chart for the United States was proposed by the astrologer, Ebenezer Sibley back in 1787. Over time, research of this chart has revealed numerous issues. Not only does the historical record not support the time within this chart, but even a recalculation of the chart does not support Sibley’s work either. In other …

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Retrograde Overload

Retrograde motion is often described as a heightened focus or internalization of the archetypal functions affiliated with the planetary body. While this description is accurate, it also feels a little bland because this “heightened focus” doesn’t occur arbitrarily. What I have found is that it is usually motivated. More often than not, something has happened …

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