29th Degree: The End of a Saga

Question: What does the 29th degree mean in the astrology chart? The 29th degree in astrology is a fascinating one, often seen as the culmination of a planetary influence within a particular zodiac sign. It can be likened to the final act of a grand performance, where the energy and expression associated with a planet...

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The Yod Aspect Pattern: The Mystical Power of the “Finger of Fate”

The Yod, also known as the “Finger of God” or the “Finger of Fate,” is  one of the most intriguing astrological configurations in a natal chart. Its unique geometric structure consists of two inconjuncts (150-degree aspects) pointing toward a planet or point that forms a sextile aspect (60-degree aspect) with both of them. The Yod’s … Read moreThe Yod Aspect Pattern: The Mystical Power of the “Finger of Fate”

QUESTION: What Aspects to Use?

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Modern astrologers utilize a range of astrological aspects to gain deeper insights into a person’s birth chart and personality. These aspects, which represent the angles formed between planets, help astrologers understand the various energies at play in an individual’s life. The major aspects, including conjunction, sextile, square, trine, and opposition, are fundamental building blocks of … Read moreQUESTION: What Aspects to Use?

The Unaspected Planet: It’s Difficult to Know It’s There

When a planet is unaspected by other planets, its energy is pure and untainted, unlike the energy from planets that are influenced by other planets. W hen a planet lacks ties to other planets in the birth chart, it hides.  Eventually, it makes itself known. In those rare times when it reaches the surface, it … Read moreThe Unaspected Planet: It’s Difficult to Know It’s There

Jungian and Freudian Astrology: Part 1

Astrologers have long felt a natural affinity with Jungian psychology, finding its concepts to be highly compatible with their astrological work. One of the fundamental ideas that Jung contributed to astrology is the concept of the unconscious as the basis of fate. This notion suggests that there are deeper, hidden forces at play in shaping … Read moreJungian and Freudian Astrology: Part 1

Mutable Squares and Oppositions: The Shape Shifters

According to Expanding Astrology’s Universe: The mutable or cadent quality (formerly called “common”) represents different aspects of the mind, so people with a strong mutable emphasis in their horoscopes live a lot in their heads. If they also have strong earth, they will use their minds to produce tangible form in the world, but they … Read moreMutable Squares and Oppositions: The Shape Shifters

Palmistry and Astrology

Here is a look at Palmistry and Astrology. In palmistry, the practice of using planets and astrological elements to represent different parts of the hand, a divination and character analysis method that has been practiced for centuries. This unique interpretation of palmistry combines astrology with the study of the human hand to provide insights into … Read morePalmistry and Astrology