We knew, or we collectively hoped, that 2020 held great promise, astounding possibilities, bold new beginnings as a fresh decade began. As astrologers, we also knew destruction and disruption most certainly would be on the rise, a looming cloud of uncertainty and unforeseen challenges from what we foresaw in the star weather.
"Red Rock Sunset" by Natalie Connell
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EarthSky Oracle offers longer posts which I periodically write when I am moved to do so. I discuss long-range astrological cycles and how those planetary energies are manifesting as events here on Earth. I also muse about other topics that have captured my imagination.
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The Great American Total Solar Eclipse (TSE) of August 21, 2017 is a crossing, a passage, a bridge across time, especially for the USA. The last time a TSE covered the entirety of America, coast to coast, was 1918 and the next time will be 2045. If you travel to the swath of totality, expect to see day literally becoming night, with purple-blue supernatural shadows, stars suddenly shining, and the diamond ring of the Sun’s corona at totality.
Listen to the latest episode of The Grizzly Beat podcast, featuring poet, educator, astrologer, Lyn Dalebout. She speaks passionately and eloquently about linking the sacred to the political — and the role of the grizzly bear in her life.