Monthly Archives: February 2014

Feb. 11 Sun square Saturn

In Future Signs, Maria Kay Simms writes about Sun square Saturn: “If circumstances or relationships are just not working for you, and are severely limiting your ability to shine, this could be a time when you’ll have to face up … Continue reading

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Feb. 10 Sun sextile Eris

In Yankee Doodle Discord, it is shown that Sun sextile Eris can mark a time of loss, separation, and decline. It was under this aspect that Benjamin Franklin lost his infant son to smallpox, and John Hancock, who had the … Continue reading

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Feb. 6 Mercury Retrograde

In The Plain Vanilla Astrologer, Pat Geisler writes about Mercury Retrograde: “Mercury Retrograde types are seldom quick with repartee. They like to think about things a while before they talk, and I have heard retrograde Mercury people moan for years … Continue reading

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ACS February newsletter on-line

  The ACS February newletter is on-line. Check out the romantic specials on reports and books.

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Feb. 3 Ceres in Scorpio

In Ceres in Signs, Houses, Aspects, Simonne Murphy writes about Ceres in Scorpio: “You might support others with something deep and mysterious or transforming. You feel nurtured by intimacy and touch, and you tend to form very deep bonds with … Continue reading

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