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GOING FOR THE GOLD: February 3, 2015 – Full Moon in Leo

GOING FOR THE GOLD: February 3, 2015 – Full Moon in Leo

Something will be exuberantly, perhaps jubilantly and most dramatically forced into the spotlight in your life (and on the international stage). We have a loud, proud Full Moon at 14º Leo on February 3, 2015 at 3:06 PM PST /6:08 PM EST / 12:08 AM CEST on February 4, 2015  in Central Europe. This lunation will bring the Moon trine Uranus at 13º Aries, and the fire will be visible, bold, courageous and unmistakeable. Uranus rules the opposing Sun in Aquarius and…

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Unusual Blessings: September 25, 2014 – Jupiter Trine Uranus

Unusual Blessings: September 25, 2014 – Jupiter Trine Uranus

Expected wonderful things on Wednesday September 24, 2014 and Thursday September 25, 2014. There will be a a magical trine of Jupiter in Leo and Uranus in Aries. Expect this energy to bring unexpected windfalls quickly arriving opportunities from unusual sources or in unusual ways good fortune around travel exciting social engagements where you may meet wealthy and/or unusual people Trine aspects produce extremely positive energy and when benevolent Jupiter is involved it is even more positive. Jupiter in Leo…

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Leo Rising: Great News As Pluto Stations Direct 2014

Leo Rising: Great News As Pluto Stations Direct 2014

What happens as Pluto stations direct? This was in another article on Pluto’s direct station on September 23, 2014, but I thought it would be good for people with Leo Ascendants/Leo Rising to take note of this transit: Pluto in Capricorn, 6th house Leo Ascendant/ Leo Rising people have a 6th house cusped by Capricorn (unless intercepted). If Pluto in Capricorn is stationing direct on September 23, 2014 is  your 6th house, the 2nd, 4th, 8th, 10th  houses are involved…

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Great Balls Of Fire!: September 29, 2014 – Grand Fire Trine

Great Balls Of Fire!: September 29, 2014 – Grand Fire Trine

We use our plates, bowls and pitchers without thinking much about them. They began as dust, that mixed wth water, became clay. That clay was mixed with more water and molded into a shape. That shape, that plate, was then put through incredible heat inside a kiln, fire blasting around it, over it, under it and inside it. The finished product is a work of art. It is creativity in action.