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Fourth Week of April 2008

Happy birthday to all the Taureans as the Sun enters your sign this week! Taurus natives include Martha Graham, Fred Astaire, Margot Fonteyn, Helen Tamiris, Shirley MacLaine, Audrey Hepburn — and those are just the dancers! Saturn and Pluto having just entered the other earth signs, trining your Sun, and Jupiter is already in Virgo. The first two can be tough taskmasters, but if you have learned the major lessons of life, you should be in a position to reap the rewards of working in harmony with the Earth. Read up on the effects of biotech crops and speak out for farmers and consumers.

In other news, the planet Pluto and the asteroid Juno become an odd couple for most of the year as they travel in close company. Juno lingers at the very end of Sagittarius and Pluto just entered Capricorn in late January. This will likely force partners to re-evaluate their relationship, and evolve into something healthier. Whether actual psychotherapy or counseling is involved, is up to you. But I feel that working on the relationship issues will bring about a much richer, rewarding and more productive level by fall.

A T-square between Mars in Cancer, Venus in Aries and Jupiter in Capricorn is in place this week. You may hold on to your house in spite of the crisis, but could very well cost you much more in monthly payments.

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Continue Reading April 17, 2008 at 2:36 pm

2nd Week March, 2008

Thursday afternoon (the 13th) Venus sextiles Pluto – a modest bequest or insurance settlement comes to your attention, altho you may not actually receive it till after Venus opposes Saturn on Saturday. Mars and Mercury also make aspects to either Pluto or Saturn on Friday and Saturday, so watch the mail carefully for legal paperwork. Push serious matters out our mind with a romantic early date Sunday the 16th to watch the sunrise, perhaps with a picnic basket or your morning java fix.
Time of day given in any case is Eastern Time, so please adjust accordingly if you live in another time zone. Readers can follow not only their Sun sign horoscope but also the sign of their Ascendant for further clues to how your week will develop.
This week’s bonus feature: What is your Goddess style? Go to Goddess-Power.com for an excellent, free detailed analysis of your lifestyle to determine your Goddess personality.

Continue Reading March 2, 2008 at 4:12 pm

First Week March, 2008

The Moon is conjunct Jupiter Sunday a.m. the 2nd — a fun, jovial mood prevails at the brunch buffet, but try not to overdo on the bakery. But invite extra friends along to multiply the fun. The other major celestial event this week is the Mars opposition to Pluto early Friday a.m. This does not bode well for commuters. At best it means huge traffic snarls, and at worst some multi-vehicle accidents — altho a stock market jittery over the mortgage situation is another possibility.

Continue Reading March 1, 2008 at 4:50 am

Introductions are in order

Good Day! Let me introduce me and my astrology horoscope ‘blog’, the Milky Way Astrology. This column will offer weekly (or monthly) astrology horoscopes for general use. I will also be writing periodic articles on current events in the sky and general lessons on astrology for background or reference. Specializing in ancient astrology and sports astrology. Occasionally I will offer monographs on related issues like feng shui, cosmology, synchronicity or other New Age type subjects.

My understanding of astrology comes from many years of reading, even decades of informal study. I follow classic principles, psychological astrology, elective astrology, some horary, and have more recently explored ancient and Vedic astrology altho I do not really feel adept enough at those last-mentioned types to write on them. Welcome to the column, and enjoy the ride. The millennium promises to be an interesting ride — so fasten your seat belts!

Milky Way Maid

February 27, 2008 at 11:35 pm

Third Week November 2007

One of the big influences this week is a real man-woman tension/attraction dynamic. Sparks can fly when introduced to new faces. That does not mean that all goes smoothly, relationship-wise. One party may still be licking his or her wounds from the last breakup, or may lose phone numbers, etc. But keep in touch with mutual friends because you will hit the right timing later.
Those at group meetings on Monday night hear a call to action. Organizers have little trouble getting volunteers for grass-roots efforts. Wednesday is good for announcements of new inventions and other innovations.
Readers can follow not only their Sun sign horoscope but also the sign of their Ascendant for further clues to how your week will develop

Aries – March 20-April 19 – Serge Lifar – On Tuesday, you get lots done without interruptions. Wednesday morn your spouse has some other ideas for the agenda, which may involve dragging you along to a group you see as fuzzy-headed practitioners of escapism. Not your cup of tea at all; you can either earn ‘good spouse’ points or find an excuse not to go. A weekend trip to the lake recharges your batteries. Unattached Arians can fall for someone they meet at the bank.

Taurus – April 20-May 20 – Margot Fonteyn – Thurs. & Fri. are your best days this month. You could be in motion all week, buzzing around on errands and deliveries. Take time for a beautiful haircut mid-week; make sure to peek at a computer image of yourself with the new do before cutting. Settling in with a classic movie appeals to you Thurs. evening. Got popcorn? On Friday, be sure to attend the civic or club meeting; you’ll pick up juicy factoids and make great contacts.

Gemini – May 21-June 20 – Henry LeTang – Home feels confining. I see you chilling out at the movies a lot this week, and you’ll actually find some films you enjoy. Save a few bucks by borrowing DVDs from the library. Saturday is a Super Full Moon in your sign. Pressure to decide whether you are going to follow your unique life path, or just follow the crowd, is high. Learn from past lessons, and plot your course anew.

Cancer – June 21-July 22 – Twyla Tharp – Investigate local classes or opportunities to assist at your children’s school. Their training for teaching assistants may inspire you to get your own teaching certificate. You have a lot of skills to share with the next generation, and fostering children’s sense of competence and self-reliance are huge assets to building self-esteem. PS – Nothing stops you this week.

Leo – July 23-Aug. 22 – Leonide Massine- You’re not known as a homebody, but this week home is the best place for you to shine. It helps people to know where to find you, and your house is always open to anyone who wants to pay homage to you. You also may be involved in renovating the place in advance of the holidays; a bigger party room, or maybe a playroom for the kids, is high on your list of needs.

Virgo – Aug. 23-Sept. 22 – Thierry Sirou – Interesting developments in your speaking and consulting career. An interview or newspaper story puts you in the public eye, and the speaking calendar is pretty busy. Virgos usually prefer something on paper to keep track of appointments, so whatever works for you is fine. Home is still where your heart is, tho you may dream of a bigger house.

Libra – Sept. 23-Oct. 22 – Fayard Nicholas – Your muse draws closer to you this week. If you work in the music field, possibly you swing toward jazz or global rhythms. If in photographic or graphic arts, more computerized, collage-type graphic techniques fascinate you. Old-fashioned painting with brush and oils or inks still does it for you in your off hours. Your home, and home studio, are sacred retreats where you recharge your batteries. PS – A VERY interesting someone enters your circle as a result of your career. Make sure to get his or her card.

Scorpio – Oct. 23-Nov. 21 – Eleanor Powell – Action comes from calling up the community college or signing on for online classes. You’ll benefit from the mental stimulation, research opportunities, and new contacts. Also creative expression blossoms, and you find your own voice getting stronger. Make space for artistic work in your schedule. You can find an instructor who inspires as well as teaches.

Sagittarius – Nov. 22-Dec. 21 – Merrill Ashley – Your feelings bounce from home to career, career to home. It’s hard to juggle the two, because it seems like career demands that your family comes last. Spend quality time with your family instead of checking emails every 10 minutes. You could even take them camping instead of shopping, and the kids would learn life skills that no money can buy. You might be surprised at how much you enjoy camping, too.

Capricorn – Dec. 22-Jan. 19 – Debbie Allen – It’s a very conflict-filled week. Not that people are at each others’ throats, but you have to get everyone focused on the goal and away from their little distractions. A lot of messages flying around, mostly very good news – altho its too early to celebrate a victory. Those of you in college make good progress toward your final degree; you fly thru term papers and exams.

Aquarius – Jan. 20-Feb. 17 – Gregory Hines – Your energy is not what it should be? Consider getting a checkup to find out what the problem is. Make a food journal and note everything you eat. Are you feeling sluggish after sweets or junk? Make some changes, learn to make your own (healthier) treats, and look forward to active golden years. Aquarians are usually very health conscious, but darn can they ever have a sweet tooth.

Pisces – Feb. 18-March 19 – Rudolf Nureyev – You feel like kicking over the traces and making a run for it. But are you running toward something or just away from something? Your answer will determine whether your run is a step forward or back for you. A fight and tears are in store late Monday if you cannot accept self-discipline. I’m guessing this means you blow the family budget — stay out of malls!

November 14, 2007 at 12:55 pm


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As a special gift to my readers I thought you might enjoy some background music. A terrific writer and geek found these archived radio recordings of the Beatles for a Swedish radio show way back when. He cleaned them up a bit and edited them, and here they are. Five songs in cool condition. So turn up the volume alright already.

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