Cynthia Novak

Cynthia Novak is a professional astrologer. She can be contacted at metro 817-261-2984 or visit www.CynthiaNovak.com

Winter Stars 2009

Winter Stars 2009

Written by on December 21, 2008 in Astrology

Hello New Year and the excitement of anticipation! Change is in the air. It’s not a passive expectation, but one born of nervous excitement and anticipation that the “change” in Washington is more than a campaign promise. It is also the renewed enthusiasm of the 1960 election of JFK. Remember the great Inaugural Address of […]

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Your Autumn Stars (2008)

Your Autumn Stars (2008)

Written by on September 21, 2008 in Astrology

Are We in The Grasp of Destiny or is Destiny In Our Grasp?
From the beginning of Autumn until December 17th, all of the visible planets will be on one side of the ecliptic path. Since the Moon runs around the heavens every month, she’ll venture out of the grasp of the great serpent, which is […]

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Your Summer Stars (2008)

Your Summer Stars (2008)

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Astrology

Welcome summer with the promise of heat, fun and economic rebuilding. July starts with a New Moon on the 2nd, just in time for America’s annual birthday party. The economy struggles with inflation and there is fear of foreign dollars. However, there is an excitement for what is to come through the Presidential Election. That […]

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Winter Stars (2008)

Winter Stars (2008)

Written by on December 21, 2007 in Astrology, Features

The great wheel turns and the long nights slowly give way to more and more day light. This is an exciting year for many things, but nothing quite as passionate and universal as the Presidential primaries that begin in January. While the election is in November, this first quarter is, arguably, extremely important. The Primaries […]

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Autumn Stars (2007)

Autumn Stars (2007)

Written by on September 18, 2007 in Astrology, Features

We welcome autumn breezes that lift us more upright and carry us along like a breeze beneath little human wings. We wait and watch for the bright autumn pallet that emerges differently each year; and hope we aren’t so busy we miss the show. Finally, the trees drop their color on the ground below and […]

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Your Summer Stars (2007)

Your Summer Stars (2007)

Written by on June 23, 2007 in Astrology, Features

Will you offer problems or solutions? It is a simple query with powerful potential. As we look at the planets with all their potential for both problems and solutions, look into your own eyes in the mirror and ask which you will offer. At first glance you might see all the solutions you have to […]

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Your Spring Stars (2007)

Your Spring Stars (2007)

Written by on March 20, 2007 in Astrology, Features

The winds of spring blow quickly and storms may arrive with little notice. They can be blissfully cool on a hot afternoon or brutally snap trees or buildings as they spin across the plains. One thing is certain, spring offers change to us and through us. However, the big question for each of us is: […]

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Winter Stars (2007)

Winter Stars (2007)

Written by on December 24, 2006 in Astrology, Features

The longest night, the Winter Solstice, is behind us. The air is frosty cold; every creature that lives outdoors is hungry and needs to eat. They instinctively know it’s time to fuel up and the environment stimulates their metabolisms. We humans need to figure out a way to burn what we stored over the holidays!
Let’s […]

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Autumn Stars (2006)

Autumn Stars (2006)

Written by on October 3, 2006 in Astrology, Features

Just when we feared it would never end, the heat of war and the long-hot summer abated. Things always seem clearer in retrospect than they do in the present. Let’s imagine that we are looking back at this time from the future. Imagine what signs of change we might have to indicate that the world […]

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Summer Stars (2006)

Summer Stars (2006)

Written by on June 21, 2006 in Astrology, Features

It’s summer time, and the living is frenzied. In a nutshell, here is how I suspect the summer will play out. I believe there will be fewer storms in nature this summer; but, plenty of storms and posturing between nations and political parties. There are solutions and I have a hunch that a crisis will […]

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