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July 10, 2010 at 12:44 am

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Columbus Day 2010 and a brightest star

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Columbus Day has come again:

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My Ode to Columbus Day from last year’s celebration still rings true for me, how about you?

Here’s a good resource from History.com with articles and videos on the topic of Christopher Columbus and the ‘discovery’ of the New World. Obviously the indigenous peoples of 1492 had no idea the continent was missing.

You may also be interested in the constellation Columbae which is associated with the concept of peace. You remember peace, that concept and condition which the US military government has replaced with perpetual war in order to establish global domination…’globalism’.

Be that as it may, the brightest star in the constellation Columba is Alpha Columba Noae (Noah’s Dove) which in Arabic is Al-Fakhita (the dove) and is generally called, Phact.

In Astrology, Phact’s keywords are: ‘exploring uncharted waters’ and ‘to seek adventure’ which handily leads us back to old Chris Columbus 518 years ago and forward to…

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October 14, 2019 at 5:07 am

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New Moon in Libra, September 28, 2019

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A brilliant report on the September 28th New Moon to which I’ll add that this lunation @5Libra conjuncts the natal Neptune of D. Trump!

Libra Seeking Balance

As much as Libra prefers to keep things pleasant, this New Moon at 05° 20′ Libra on 28 September 2019, 11:27 AM PDT, is more likely to end up on the contentious side. When pressed this ordinarily peace loving cardinal air sign can be tough indeed.

All the Libra planets are under pressure on this lunation. The Libra Sun and Moon are both exactly inconjunct unpredictable Uranus in Taurus, Mercury squares Pluto in Capricorn and poor Venus, Libra’s ruler, catches the most heat. She squares both Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn and is exactly inconjunct Neptune in Pisces. The Jupiter-Venus sextile will help with maintaining a positive attitude, essential for finding win-win solutions.

Neither Libra nor Taurus is a fan of unexpected changes in plans; it makes them cranky and uncooperative. Unfortunately unexpected changes are Uranus’s specialty. Please remember to ask well beforehand whether or not your significant other is…

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September 27, 2019 at 6:42 pm

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Full Moon in Pisces, September 13, 2019

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Here are brilliant insights on the Pisces lunation of September 12th:

Libra Seeking Balance

Reality takes a big hit on this Full Moon at 21° 05′ Pisces on 13 September 2019, 09:33 PM PDT. Neptune in Pisces plays a major role on this lunation, since it conjoins the Moon and is part of a mutable T-Square. Naturally the seven planets in earth (Sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars in Virgo plus Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn and Uranus in Taurus) are going to act as ballast to keep us grounded but Neptune’s siren song can still insinuate its self into our brains, short-circuiting our common sense.

Coming up with a clear direction to make our next move is going to be extremely challenging now. The action planet, Mars, is in Virgo and part of a mutable T-Square. He is opposing Neptune in Pisces with both planets square Jupiter in Sagittarius. Jupiter amplifies Neptunian confusion, leaving poor Mars wondering what way is up. Mars in Virgo…

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September 12, 2019 at 6:59 pm

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Rainy Night, Mont St Michel, France

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Such a mood!

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Rainy Night, Mont St Michel, France

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September 11, 2019 at 1:55 am

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Edgar Allan Poe: Beyond the Horror video

You know actually I’ve been known to publish posts concerning Edgar Allan Poe’s natal chart including a display of his death horoscope if you’re curious.

Book Review: The Cowkeeper’s Wish

Sounds as if The Cowkeeper’s Wish has everything!

Princes, Paupers, Pilgrims & Pioneers

What would you give up and how far would you go to make a better life for yourself? Would you pack up what little you had and leave your loved ones and your rural homeland to seek your fortune in the big city? Would you walk 250 miles over mountains and moors while driving a herd of cattle to forge a new destiny? Just what would you do?

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Written by Jude Cowell

July 9, 2019 at 11:24 pm

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Cosmic Weather of the July 16 2019 Lunar Eclipse

Today a fresh post is published to my Political Astrology site Stars Over Washington in which an attempt is made to illuminate some basic information embedded within the July 16, 2019 Lunar Eclipse @24Capricorn04 via its Illumination Point degree and symbol. The karmic confrontation degrees are also included in order to present a fuller view of this uncovering-of-secrets lunation which is, of course, a Full Moon of awareness, fulfillment, and/or culmination of some kind which was ‘seeded’ at the last New Moon–lo and behold, the July 2, 2019 Solar Eclipse @10Can37! No doubt about it that July 2019 is a highly karmic month of ‘wild card’ eclipses for America and for the world.

So let’s put away the tribalism-nationalism of Cancer and the austerity-severity vibes of Capricorn for a few minutes and consider the Sun-Moon blend of the July 16 Lunar Eclipse, Sun Cancer-Moon Capricorn, which enables us to nab ourselves a peek at the cosmic weather on that particular day as spotlighted by the Capricorn Moon opposing a Cancerian Sun.

Right away we know that the Water-Earth Sun Cancer-Moon Capricorn combination of conscious-unconscious energies falls under a Moon-Saturn vibe which includes potentials for depression, suppression, and/or isolation but can also trigger ambition, strategy, and a sense of determined direction. Plus, a Water-Earth combination is pragmatic and practical and prefers dealing with the real world and the ‘bottom line’ in the realms of Home, Family, Nurturance, and Security (Cancer) and in the worlds of Business, Career, Law, Finance and Investment, and/or Government. And as you know, all Full Moons time or reveal something about relationships, whether they’re straining, ending, strengthening, or otherwise. Positive motives and honest commitment are the operables words there.

Now individuals and entities influenced by this blend tend toward introspection, shrewdness, taking responsibility, and can “drive a hard bargain” when necessary. Intuition (Cancer) is strong and leadership talents (Capricorn) are typical and there is often an interest in genealogical research for family ties are enduring. Loyalty is valued, recognition and a level of authority are needed, plus, a diplomatic streak may be in evidence with Sun Cancer-Moon Capricorn.

So let’s close with the Image for Integration for Sun Cancer-Moon Capricorn as given by Charles and Suzi Harvey in their classic astrology book, Sun Sign-Moon Sign:
“An ancient water mill works away in rhythmic fashion, meting out just the required amount of fluid force to grind the corn that nourishes and sustains the village.”

Well, water is the strongest element, is it not?

Written by Jude Cowell

July 6, 2019 at 3:43 pm

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