Sunday, December 16, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Eighteenth Edition

Welcome to the eighteenth edition of the astrology carnival!

Swami Tarakananda shares with us Astrology–A Practical Consideration posted at The Atma Jyoti Blog.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is Jupiter and/or Pluto in Capricorn. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know. I'm abandoning deadlines since I'm clearly not sticking with them, so I'll be accepting submissions on an ongoing basis and posting as it makes sense.

You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below. Past posts and future editions can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Gifts for Astrology Lovers

Here's this year's list of astrology related gift ideas. I may add ideas later as I think of them. Feel free to make suggestions, share your wish lists, or ask for more ideas if nothing here is a fit.

Calendars

Llewellyn makes the best astrology calendar. They also have a 2008 Astrological Pocket Planner available.

Etsy Finds

I did some searching through Etsy for some astro-gifts, because I thought this would be a great opportunity to promote some designers and artists. Please keep in mind that, when ordering from Etsy, availability may be limited because they are handcrafted items, if something you like has been sold ask if they'd be willing to make another one for you, and make sure to read shipping details for each shop as they may be located in a different country.

Here's a list of my faves:

Suzanna Coombes has some gorgeous Zodiac Symbol Pendants available at her Metalandstone shop.

Alicia Istanbul also has some beautiful Zodiac Pendants

And Erika Schulz has incredible Zodiac Paintings.

Books by fellow astro-bloggers

April'snew book, Star Guide to Weddings, is coming out soon and is available for pre-order.


Phil also has a book out. It's called Cosmic Trends: Astrology Connects the Dots

Astrology Books

I'll keep this short as I can easily go overboard with recommendations here. I'll add more as (if) people ask for ideas. I thought I'd suggest books for two of the most commonly known (or so it seems) planetary afflictions: Saturn Return and Mercury Retrograde.

Surviving Saturn's Return is geared towards women who just turned, or are approaching, thirty and are therefore going through their first Saturn Return.

And since everyone has probably suffered from a Mercury Retrograde meltdown at some point, we could all benefit from having a copy Chrissie Blaze's Mercury Retrograde: Your Survival Guide to Astrology's Most Precarious Time of Year.

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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Mars Retrograde in Cancer and Gemini

On November 15th, Mars turns retrograde in Cancer and will move forward on January 31st, 2008 in Gemini. Out of all the planets, Mars retrogrades the least. A Mars retrograde only happens about once every two years and two months.

When Mars turns retrograde it is a time to pause and think stategically about your current course of action. This is not a great time to get embroiled in conflicts so do your best to avoid them. Mars is quick to anger, and sometimes that anger can get short term results that seem beneficial. A question to ask yourself during this retrograde is whether your anger is truly productive (ie keeping others from crossing your boundaries and taking advantage of you) or destructive (ie a way to manipulate others and make yourself feel powerful).

During this retrograde cycle, Mars will be opposing Pluto two more times - January 2nd and March 7th (the first opposition took place on Sept. 21st). This is a powerful time to create radical transformation. To keep Mars from picking fights and getting twitchy from not being able to move forward at the rate he is used to, it is important to channel his energy into clearing away any emotional and mental debris that may be impedding your progress. Look deeply at where action is needed in your life and where lack of action is causing problems to fester. The area of your chart where Mars is transitting will be where Pluto will challenge you to drop your arrogance and false self. The area Pluto is transitting is where Mars will poke your deep seated fears, doubts, and vulnerabilities and challenge you to own your power. Pluto and Mars are asking all of us, "Who do you really want to be in this life, and why the bleep aren't you making it happen?"

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Saturday, October 20, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Seventeenth Edition

Welcome to the seventeenth edition of the astrology carnival!

The optional theme for this edition was eclipses and Matthew delivered with an article about how the lunar eclipse hit Britney in America's Other 9/11 Crisis: The Day After Britney Spears posted at Matthew The Astrologer.

And Beth shares a great article on Saturn ~ Astrology Explored Your Saturn Points, If You Care, Don't Touch Me There posted at Astrology Explored.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is the holidays, from what's happening astrologically to gift recommendations for astrology lovers. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The eighteenth edition of this carnival will come out around November 16th. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Sixteenth Edition

Welcome to the sixteenth (slightly delayed) edition of the astrology carnival!

Matthew writes about Pluto transits in Britney Spears & Me: Yeah, We're Close posted at Matthew The Astrologer.

fern feto spring muses on Virgo's Saturn posted at Wisestars's Weblog.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is eclipses. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The seventeenth edition of this carnival will come out around October 16th. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Thursday, August 30, 2007

Saturn in Virgo

On Sept 2nd, 2007, Leo will be taking much pleasure in kicking Saturn out into Virgo. And after dealing with the drama of Leo, Saturn will be taking much pleasure in his stay in Virgo - his home away from Capricorn - until October 29th, 2009.

Saturn in Virgo will be one of the gentler Saturn transits. Of course, that will depend on what exactly you have planted in your life up until now. It'll also depend on how much work you have done with the energy Saturn represents in your life. Those with the Sun, Moon, or Saturn in Virgo, or a Virgo Ascendant will be most affected by this transit.

Saturn represents The Teacher archetype and Virgo represents The Student, so Virgoans will excel at learning Saturn's lesson and become teacher pets. Saturn wants us to deal with the weeds in our lives and take them out by the root before they overtake everything. Saturn also wants us to learn to plant the seeds we actually want to reap in our lives. When dealing with Saturn's lesson always keep your attention focused on what you are responsible for: your actions and thoughts.

Virgo believes that god is in the details and tends to forget that the devil is in the details as well. It can be easy to get so caught up in trying to get rid of the weeds and creating the most immaculate garden, that you forget to plant any seeds. Saturn in Virgo will present the challenge of making sure our daily routines really serve the things we want to create in our lives and aren't just busywork.

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Saturday, August 18, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Rained Out Edition

Since there were no submissions this month, this is just a quick announcement for the next edition of the carnival. The optional theme this time will be Pluto. The deadline will be September 15th. For details on how to submit check out the previous edition of the astro-carnival

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Monday, August 06, 2007

Intuitive Astrology: A Book Review



I recently finished reading Intuitive Astrology by Elizabeth Rose Campbell. I love this book! As Elizabeth describes in the Introduction, Intuitive Astrology is an off shoot of Evolutionary Astrology (also known as choice-centered astrology). She believes that learning how to read your own chart will allow you to get so much more out of it. I totally agree.

This book manages to have something for every level of astrology student. The book is written so beginners in astrology who are interested in learning more about how their charts apply to their lives can easily pick up on the concepts, without getting bogged down in astro-jargon. The questions and exercises are designed to help with intuitively connecting with the energy of each planet, house, and sign (and four major aspects) and finding a deeper, more personal experience of how they are working in our lives. Elizabeth uses plenty of examples from her clients lives to illustrate how a particular configuration is showing up, and there are twelve (one for each sun sign) in depth stories - each accompanied by a chart - to explore.

My favorite part about this book is in the last chapter where Elizabeth shows how to use your chart to help you accomplish your dreams and goals. At its best, astrology makes you think more deeply about yourself and your life. That's exactly what this book does.

Sadly, Elizabeth Rose Campbell passed away in 2004. I'm grateful that a part of her legacy includes this book.

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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Thinking + Blogging

yay! April tagged my for the "Thinking Bloggers Meme":

1. If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think,
2. Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme.


This took me an embarrassing amount of time to come up with since most of my blog reading is either astroblogs (too many good ones to whittle the list down to five) or crafty blogs (more blog oogling than reading). So without any further ado, here's my five:

IntentBlog ~ This blog is written by an eclectic group of people (including Deepak Chopra) and covers all kinds of topics. Every week they have a weekly intent/question to focus on. This week's is "What would you do to change the world, if you were not afraid?"

Everyday Matters by Danny Gregory and Wish Jar Journal by Keri Smith ~ These two kinda go together because I like them for the same reasons: they get me thinking about creativity, what it means to be an artist, how to be a more authentic artist, and how to incorporate art into everyday life.

Marianne Williamson's Journal ~ Marianne has this incredible way of digging spiritually deeper on current issues.

365 Days of Gratitude Photo Blog ~ Reminds me to think about what I'm grateful for and how many things there are to be grateful for. And, since it's written by a friend, it makes me think about her - which is never a bad thing!

I tag (and forgive me if someone has already tagged you) ~*~
Doreen
Michele

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Monday, July 16, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Fifteenth Edition

Welcome to the fifteenth edition of the astrology carnival! And since I started the carnival last July, this is also the one-year anniversary edition. woot!

This month, Julie shares her astroblog with us ~ Julie Demboski's Astrology.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is Jupiter, since he'll be moving direct at the beginning of August. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The sixteenth edition of this carnival will come out around August 16th. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Saturday, June 30, 2007

Pluto and Jupiter in Sagittarius: My Journey

July 01, 2007 chart

As I mentioned in a previous post about Jupiter in Sagittarius, I'm reading/working through the book Pronoia with a group of friends. One of the exercises in the book involves a meditation on a fire, alternating between being the fire and the wood. When I imagined being the wood, I associated it with release instead of pain. I wasn't sure why at first, because it only seems logical to think burning would be associated with pain. Then it hit me: The wood I was imagining was dead. And when I imagined being the fire, I felt free and creative. I felt like I was being fueled to do more and grow more.

This meditation really helped me to see how Jupiter and Pluto are working in my life right now. Pluto has, at times, been very much like the forest fire that some seeds need in order to open up and start growing (Pluto did, after all, transit my grand trines in the fire signs). Now, the fire is dying down and Pluto is throwing dead wood (re: old ideas, beliefs, patterns) onto the fire to prepare a clear path for Jupiter to lay down new seeds - seeds I get to choose, instead of have thrown at me. I know this sounds all vague and metaphor-y (Neptune is conjunct my ascendant so what do you expect? hee), but I'm not really sure how all this is going to show up in my life yet. It can be hard to put spiritual growth and changes into words sometimes.

previous posts:
Jupiter in Sagittarius: My Journey

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Sunday, June 17, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Fourteenth Edition

Welcome to the fourteenth edition of the astrology carnival!

There are five wonderful submissions in this edition:

There's one submission for this month's carnival theme of Jupiter square Uranus: Doreen sent in Jupiter Square Uranus: And the Truth shall set you free posted at Key On Garden Door.

Phylameana gives us an article about Astrology and A New Book About Saturn posted at About Holistic Healing.

Shane shares Astrology and Spirituality posted at shanemagee.com

Kshitij Sharma sent in two vedic astrology articles: Residential Strength - Avasiya Bala and Money Matters posted at Vedic Astrology Notes.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is Saturn in Virgo. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The fifteenth edition of this carnival will come out around July 16th. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Mercury Retrograde in Cancer

Mercury is retrograde in Cancer from June 15th until July 9th. It's time to do all the usual Mercury Retrograde stuff: backup your important computer files, try to avoid signing contracts or read thoroughly if you can't, avoid major purchases, enunciate clearly during all conversations, and be patient with your mail delivery person. Try to spend as much time as possible puttering around your house and/or office, clearing out any unfinished business, tying up loose ends, and fixing things you've been putting off. It may help to make you feel less crazy during the next few weeks (depending, of course, on how crazy you were to begin with).

And share your funny Mercury Retrograde stories, if you have any.

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Saturday, June 02, 2007

Neptune retrograde in Aquarius

From May 24th until October 31st, Neptune is retrograde in Aquarius. The shadow period for this retrograde started on February 1st, 2007, so what ever happened between then and May 24th is what we need to review during this retrograde. Neptune retrogrades give us an opportunity to reconnect with a deeper source of inspiration and imagination. It is important to have a vision for our lives that gives us a greater sense of meaning, and is a source of fuel for dealing with the mundane details of life. Some good questions to ask ourselves: What is my vision for myself and my life? What is getting in the way of the expression of that vision? What inspires me and how can I connect to that source of inspiration on a regular basis?

Another thing to consider during this retrograde: With Saturn in Leo opposing Neptune right now, there is a crack down on any illusions we may be holding and deceptions we are trying to get away with, as Saturn is giving Neptune (and us) a reality hip check. The lesson of the Saturn-Neptune oppostion is to master the balance between the bounded and the boundless. Or, in other words, learn how to keep our feet on the ground while our heads are in the clouds.

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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Thirteenth Edition

Welcome to the thirteenth edition of the astrology carnival!

There are four great submissions to explore this time:

Shama Hyder shares her thoughts on Astrology and The Law of Attraction posted at SHAMA HYDER.com.

Kara-Leah Masina explores Transcending astrology, discovering Self posted at K-L Masina.

Kathryn presents Horoscopes San Fran Voice posted at San Fran Voice.

And, in the spirit of Haiku Horoscopes, Michael Fowke gives us his Horoscopes posted at Money is the way. (There's a link to Haiku Horoscopes on the sidebar of my blog under "interesting blogs and websites".)

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is Uranus square Jupiter. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The fourteenth edition of this carnival will come out around June 16th. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Saturday, April 28, 2007

Saturn Direct in Leo

On April 19th, Saturn moved direct in Leo. Which, of course, Saturn takes literally and starts directing us to take action, demanding us to focus on goals, goals, goals. In September, Saturn will be moving on into Virgo so this is the final opportunity for those with Leo prominent in their charts and/or with Saturn in Leo to take advantage of Saturn's always necessary and usually annoying lessons. Take responsibility (not to be confused with blame) for whatever is showing up in your life and for achieving the goals most important to you. Focus on what you can learn to become a stronger and wiser person. Saturn's lessons aren't always easy, but they always lead to enduring rewards. Saturn teaches us how to master climbing up the rockiest of mountains, because once we do, we can climb anything that gets in our way.

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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Twelfth Edition

Welcome to the twelfth edition of the astrology carnival!

In this edition, Michelle presents Ruled By Their Star Signs? posted at Tonic Gifts.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is the Moon. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The thirteenth edition of this carnival will come out around May 16th. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Saturday, March 31, 2007

Jupiter Retrograde in Sagittarius

On April 6th, Jupiter turns retrograde in Sagittarius and moves forward again on August 8th. When Jupiter retrogrades, it can feel like all the air has been let out of the party balloons. This year it will feel more like a much needed respite, as Jupiter is kicking it in his own crib and can finally recover from squaring off with Saturn last year. Saturn is trining Jupiter this year (next one taking place around May 6th) which is as gentle as Saturn gets.

This is a good time for reassessing our goals, thinking about what we would like to expand in our lives, and seeking out ways to create more balance. Without Jupiter providing his usual mojo, it also serves as a reminder to ask ourselves WWSD? (What Would Saturn Demand) In other words, figuring out what structures we need to create in our lives so that we can sustain our freedom and growth. What limits do we need in our lives to be truly free and fulfilled?

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Monday, March 26, 2007

Pluto Retrograde in Sagittarius

The Pluto Retrograde in Sagittarius starts on March 31st and ends September 7th, 2007. This is the second last Pluto retrograde in Sagittarius before Pluto moves into Capricorn in November 2008.

By now, we've either adjusted to Pluto's extreme makeovers in the area of our charts ruled by Sagittarius, or continue to struggle and resist growing. Over the next year and a half, we will get a few more chances to work with Pluto's deep, transformational energy. This retrograde period gives an opportunity to see where we still need to transform ourselves and our lives. We need to reflect on how we have transformed since 1995, asking ourselves what patterns and behaviors we need to shed in order to become more ourselves. It is also important to look at how we self-sabotage ourselves and do our best to take responsibility for the negative results of our actions. In August, Saturn will trine Pluto, setting the stage for us to potentially see powerful, concrete results and opportunities from all this inner work. How we choose to use the next year and a half of Pluto's stay in Sagittarius will have an affect on the next transformational phase we will be thrust into when Pluto moves into Capricorn. Now is a time for processing Pluto's lessons and letting go of what no longer fits the people we have become.

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Friday, March 16, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Eleventh Edition

Welcome to the eleventh edition of the astrology carnival!

In this edition, Jyotish Ratnakar shares Astrologer from KASHI (Varanasi) giving horoscope readings,astrology charts,kundali,zodiac reports online. About vedic jyotish, dasha, kalsarp dosh, manglik dosha posted at know astrology.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is the Saturn/Neptune opposition. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The twelfth edition of this carnival will come out around April 16th. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Mercury Retrograde Report

This Mercury Retrograde has been typical for me: things taking longer than normal, minor miscommunications, amazing displays of clumsiness (I can't be the only one who manages to need a bandaid after putting away the milk). But it's making me think that Mercury Retrograde needs to be celebrated in a spirit similar to Festivus. It can be called RetroMercuMas. Instead of the 'Feats of Strength', there will be 'Feats of Clumsiness'. And instead of the 'Airing of Grievances', there will be the 'Fixing of the Computer'. When things run smoothly during a Mercury Retrograde, it will be known as a RetroMercuMas miracle.

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Saturday, February 10, 2007

Astrology Carnival: Tenth Edition

Welcome to the tenth edition of the astrology carnival!

The theme for this edition is Mercury Retrograde and Michele Lessirard submitted a great article that you'll want to bookmark for the year ahead called, When does Mercury retrograde in 2007? posted at New Moon Journal.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is "what did you experience or learn during this Mercury Retrograde (Feb 13th-March 7th)?" Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The eleventh edition of this carnival will come out around March 10th. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Saturday, February 03, 2007

Jupiter in Sagittarius: My Journey


February 3rd, 2007 chart
Originally uploaded by knowitall.
In my chart right now, Jupiter in Sagittarius is conjunct my natal Neptune and squaring transitting Uranus. It feels especially fitting that I'm exploring the law of attraction more deeply and expansively than I have in the past. I have noticed that I have a set point when it comes to how much money I earn - and feel I can earn - so I am working on changing that. I'm learning more about resistance: how and where it shows up, and how to let it go. And I've been having all these lightbulb/duh moments lately. The latest one occurred when I realized that making goals based on what I want to overcome or avoid in my life only creates resistance and more of what I don't want.

Law of attraction resources I've been exploring recently ~
The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire, Choosing Prosperity, and of course, The Secret.

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Saturday, January 20, 2007

Jupiter square Uranus

Jupiter in Sagittarius will square Uranus in Pisces three times this year. The first square will last from January 9 to February 8, with the square being exact on the 22nd of January. The second square will last from April 24 through May 24 (Mars will also be conjunct Uranus during this square), and the third from September 29 until October 18. This means we will have three chances to learn the lessons of this aspect (so if you aren't paying attention now it will come around to kick you in the butt a couple more times). Those with the mutable signs (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces) prominent in their charts (especially with planets between 9 and 15 degrees in those signs), will feel this aspect the most.

Some words that come to mind when I ponder the meaning of this aspect: crisitunity, serendipity, synchronicity. Unexpected, seemingly random and sometimes chaotic, events will be woven together with incredible opportunities and good fortune. Uranus loves change and Jupiter loves growth, which will lead to a feeling of creative tension within, a longing to deeply explore all the possible ways we can transform ourselves, our lives, and the world. Change and growth are both inevitable, and this aspect challenges us to choose how they will occur in our lives. Misplaced optimism will be replaced with a deepening faith in ourselves.

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Astrology Carnival: Ninth Edition

There weren't any submissions for this edition, so this is really just an announcement for the next one.

For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is Mercury Retrograde. So, if you want to, write a post on your blog about Mercury Retrograde to submit, or send in a link to one you've already written. Feel free to send in any astrology-related articles, though. Also, if you have any suggestions for a theme you'd like to see, let me know.

The tenth edition of this carnival will come out around the 10th of February. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below.

Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Saturday, January 13, 2007

Mars conjunct Pluto in Sagittarius

I figure it's safe to come out now since the exact point of headbutt (or conjunction, whatever) between Mars and Pluto in Sagittarius has passed. In the past week, during the run up to this conjunction, a mirror has been held up for us to see the results of our actions and how we are unconsciously sabotaging ourselves. Now that the tension, impatience, and frustration is passing, it is a good time to use the positive energy of this conjunction before Mars goes off and headbutts another planet. Pluto is asking us to transform our actions so that we actually generate the results we want. Mars is asking us to stop running on automatic and make conscious choices. So during the next couple of days check in with yourself to make sure your thoughts, feelings, and actions are all in alignment.

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