daily 4cast: 10/24/2015 [#StarsAndSymbols]

Moon [in Pisces] conjunct Chiron [in Pisces]
Moon [in Pisces] opposite Venus/Mars/Jupiter [in Virgo]
Moon [in Pisces] square Pallas [in Sagittarius]


A healthy appetite can be quite compelling, but it is important to recognize when you’re hungry versus when you’re trying to fill a hole. If you’re soaking up everything in your environment to escape the confines of the cold, hard truth, you could develop an issue with addiction, which is a form of self-sabotage. Continue reading

venus retrograde: bitch better have my money [#StarsAndSymbols]

when the word ‘retrograde’ comes to mind, most of us are used to hearing it associated with the planet mercury. maybe that’s why as i’ve been mentioning venus retrograde [Jul 25 – Sep 6, 2015] to people, i’ve received such a curious response. venus goes retrograde less frequently than quick-moving mercury, but it always comes right on time to help us process all of our venusian intake.

art. love. money. just some quick keywords that fall under the domain of venus, mythical goddess of all things beautiful.


in astrology, venus is all those seemingly unrelated keywords, except they are all super related. our appreciation for art is related to our love interest is related to our capacity to circulate money. how? value. it’s all based on what we value and what we esteem to be worth it, including our own self-esteem. in short, we attract [venus keyword] into our lives the people, places, and things that we value, and what we attract has everything to do with our self-worth or lack thereof.

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daily 4cast: 5/31/2015 [#StarsAndSymbols]

Sun [in Gemini] square Neptune [in Pisces]
Mercury [in Gemini] trine North Node [in Libra]
Uranus [in Aries] trine Juno [in Leo]
Moon [in Scorpio] trine Neptune/Chiron [in Pisces]
Moon [in Scorpio] square Jupiter/Juno [in Leo]


What happens when the crystal clarity of your consciousness is clouded by a good time? You might just wake up with a hangover.

Parlay, but uphold some sort of equilibrium to temper your turn up, at least for the sake of proper social engagement. Events like this call for etiquette, after all, so watch yourself. Whatever you do, don’t do too much… Unless that’s what you want to do. Continue reading