Archive for February, 2014

Is there a 13th sign of the zodiac??

Astrology is based on the seasons and the relationships between the planets and not what sign is located behind the Sun when you were born. The zodiac signs are symbols that divide the year into 12 different and equal parts. The Cardinal signs – Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn, for example, always herald a new season no matter where you are in the world. For example, Aries heralds the start of spring in the northern hemisphere and autumn in the southern hemisphere. We associate the cardinal signs with being leaders and catalysts for change – and they reflect that in the changing of our seasons. Then the fixed signs – Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius – are all in the →

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Full Moon in Leo on Valentine’s Day

Full Moon in Leo – Time to Enjoy!

It’s a Good Time to:

  • Celebrate, play, have a party
  • Do something really fun
  • Plan an evening of games or go out dancing
  • You might want to have a little flutter on the horses or on the lottery as Leo does rule gambling and speculation – just don’t take it seriously, see it as a bit of lighthearted fun

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Mercury Retrograde in Pisces February 6th

Mercury goes retrograde at 3 degrees Pisces on February 6th until the end of the month. How can you use these energies wisely? Because Mercury rules communication, transportation and technology, you may have some challenges in these areas during the retrograde. There could be delays and you could be frustrated about emails getting lost, a phone call that was promised not happening or adverse weather conditions affecting your travel plans. Make sure you double-check all information you are given, repeat instructions and get everything in writing. During the last Mercury retrograde, my taxi arrived half an hour late to take me to the airport and as if that wasn’t enough, he took me to the wrong airport! If you work →

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