Monthly Archives for: June, 2014

What Do I Want to Be When I Grow Up – Astrology’s Perspective

Here’s something you may not have considered. What does your natal birth chart have to say about the nature of your career path and “true calling?” The short answer is “a lot.” Talents, hidden talents, creative drive, leadership style and […] 

New Horoscopes for the Week of June 25th – July 1st

This week I’m using the New Moon Chart to write horoscopes to determine its influence for each sign. Moons in Cancer are always powerful and this one is no different. Venus has recently moved from the slow moving sign of […] 

Cancer New Moon Friday, June 27th, 2014 at 1:08 AM PDT & 4:08 AM EDT

Mosaic by Anisa Sherif Overall, this is a really nice new Moon. Ease, flow, beauty, romance, and harmony dominate it’s effects, most of those created by flowing aspects between the Moon and Neptune and Mercury and the North Node. In […] 

The Solstice

At 3:51 AM PDT today, the Sun (in relation to the earth) reached it’s highest point in the sky, creating the longest day of the year at the North Pole. From now until the Winter Solstice in December, the Sun […] 

Horoscopes for the Week of June 18th – 24th

Mosaic Art by Sonia King Yesterday, Mercury, continuing its retrograde motion, transited back into the sign of Gemini. This changes, somewhat, the nature of what we’re reviewing. Last week, while Mercury backtracked through the early degrees of Cancer, the family, […] 

Full Moon in Sagittarius, June 12, 2014

The full Moon/Sagittarius combination blends together emotions, past experience, and beliefs, highlighting the possibility that old, stagnant beliefs keep us ineffective in some particular area of life. What prevents beliefs from evolving is embedded fear based on some previous, very […] 

Horoscopes for the Week of June 4th – 10th

Mosaic Artists Collaborative Linn Schorr & Pam Goode On Saturday, June 7th, at 4:56 AM PDT, Mercury turns retrograde for three weeks. An impending “pause in the action” allows time to reconsider the facts, revisit communication issues, renegotiate contracts, and […]