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The Stars: 11 April – 8 May 2024

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Through the darkness and the light, the spring quinox brings both lunar and solar eclipses; the strong shadow energies of these periods often upend our expectations and challenge our assumptions.

The Stars: 11 April – 8 May 2024

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Through the darkness and the light, the spring quinox brings both lunar and solar eclipses; the strong shadow energies of these periods often upend our expectations and challenge our assumptions.

The Stars: 14 March – 10 April 2024

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Through the darkness and the light, the spring quinox brings both lunar and solar eclipses; the strong shadow energies of these periods often upend our expectations and challenge our assumptions.

The Stars: 8 February – 13 March 2024

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Keep an eye on the sky for the Winter Hexagon, a prominent asterism that includes stars from six constellations; with the new year comes a new astrological era, marked by Pluto’s ingress into Aquarius.

The Stars: 14 December 2023 – February 2024

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With Mercury retrograde still hanging around, be careful not to let it spoil your holiday merriment; ‘tis the season when Sirius appears even more prominently than some of our neighboring planets.

The Stars: 9 November 2023 – 13 December 2023

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Eclipse season returns; sometimes staying true to one’s heart means going against the grain.

The Stars: 12 October – 8 November 2023

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Eclipse season returns; sometimes staying true to one’s heart means going against the grain.

The Stars: 14 September 2023 – 11 October 2023

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The scintillating secret behind the stars’ twinkle; the sun forms trine aspects to each of these planets this month, providing a harmonizing channel in the grounded Earth signs.

The Stars: 10 August – 13 September 2023

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The annual visual spectacle of the Perseids meteor shower is upon us; as retrograde changes loom this month, what had been crystal clear is now a bit more clouded.

The Stars: 13 July – 9 August 2023

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Make it through Mercury retrograde by being mindful; on the heels of April’s solar eclipse comes the occultation of Jupiter.