Welcome to the twentieth edition of the astrology carnival! There are four great submissions this time.
Ella shares a bit about her current journey as it relates to vedic astrology in Sun Problems posted at ZODIAC TIMES.
Olga writes about The spiritual origin of the Zodiac posted at Metaphysical light rays meditation.
Josephina shares her love of the moon in My Lunar Celebration posted at Heart To The Ground.
And, given my recent epiphany about Chiron, Beth fittingly gives us How Chiron Parties in the Houses posted at Astrology Explored.
For the next edition of the carnival, the optional theme is oppositions. 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.
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.
Tags: astrology carnival, blog carnival, Chiron, Moon
Monday, March 03, 2008
Since my Dad passed away, there has been this feeling of transformational healing and a deep peace inside me that, I must admit, did not make sense. Within the whole swirl of emotions I've been feeling, I was not expecting peace and a sense of healing to be among them. So I've been wondering what's up with this energy and decided to check my chart out to help me make sense of it.
Astrological epiphanies come at the strangest times. To the right, is my chart on the day my father passed away. Transitting Pluto in Capricorn is trining my natal Chiron in Taurus. That's a transformational healing aspect if I ever saw one (I think somewhere I've read this aspect referred to as healing power coming from a loss). I've never really felt an intuitive pull to include Chiron in my readings before. I haven't been resistant to including Chiron, but I just didn't see what other astrologers were seeing. I never really knew why before, but now I'm thinking it's because I wasn't ready to understand how Chiron was manifesting in my life. And now that I'm intensely feeling Chiron's energy, I can see how he's been working in my life more clearly now. Like, I can see that when I need to heal from something I tend to turn to writing (Chiron conjunct Mercury) and all things creative (Chiron in the 5th house). I'm sure this aha moment will lead to more lessons about Chiron, especially since Pluto will aspect it a couple more times this year.
tags: Pluto in Capricorn, Pluto, Pluto trine Chiron, Chiron