Astrologer, Cynthia Novak, provides a quarterly look at how the stars affect the collective consciousness. she also gives insightful tips on to prepare for the upcoming astrological “weather”.
Welcome 2012! We’ve been waiting for you and I couldn’t be more excited to see a New Year arrive. It’s a year filled with financial opportunity and political debate that ends with a new plan and likely a new man in the White house. The first six months have powerful Mars transits that keep business […]
Thank goodness it’s October! This has been quite a year for the elements: Floods, tornadoes and fire. The only element left is Earth. I smile as I type this because the Earth is here and we are weary, but grateful for the opportunity to rebuild. This autumn many struggle to rebuild everything. Legislators struggle to […]
Politicians and people of integrity rise to the surface and others fall hard. Watch for the facts and ignore gossip. Still, scandal is in the air and scandalous behavior stings like smog. Most of us have a particularly pleasant summer. Planets are scattered about the heavens, a little stress here…a little bliss there…grins. The simple […]
Welcome tempestuous spring: Goodbye unpredictable winter. The fast-moving personal planets pull away from Neptune, the mysterious planet of illumination or confusion; then they cross Uranus, the planet of revolution and freedom. Uranus is unpredictable. The only thing we can count on is the unexpected. Here in Texas spring began in February and as I write […]
Welcome the cool breeze of autumn. What a relief to leave the heat behind. How exciting to learn that crude-oil eating bacteria multiplied and seems to have come to the rescue of the Gulf. For all of us, there are poisons or toxins that seep or pour into the daily experience of life. Sometimes they […]
The heat is on. The Sun takes center stage in the Northern Hemisphere, but the creative heat is on in the Gulf of Mexico. The seemingly endless oil spill pours from British Petroleum’s apparently endless list of short cuts, deceptions and lies. They couldn’t do it alone: inspectors and employees saw or knew safeguards were […]