Chiron is finishing up his transit through the sign of Pisces before its Aries ingress on April 17th. Two days before this ingress, Mercury will have stationed direct at 4° Aries, placing it in a position to drag Chiron along with it from out of the underworld into a
Olivia de Havilland, the last truly great lead actress and star still surviving from Hollywood’s Golden Age of the 1930’s and 1940s, just celebrated her 101st birthday with two landmark events. On June 17th she became the oldest living person to be honored with the title “Dame Commander” by
Venus begins her 2017 retrograde on March 3. Her shadow begins January 30 at 27° Pisces; she turns retrograde on March 3 at 13° Aries, turns direct on April 14 at 27° Pisces and leaves her second shadow on May 18. Even though the exact retrograde is March 3
This article was originally published in NCGR E-News back in March 2016. That was before Hillary Clinton was the Democratic candidate and Donald Trump the Republican candidate, so Bernie Sanders is considered strongly in the discussion. He still remains a prominent figure because he is one of the instrumental
Though we are no longer incarnate in physical form after death, our charts continue to live and breathe. Famous people are wonderful examples of how a chart can still be used to predict events, especially with the way a person ‘s legacy remains alive in the public consciousness. There is further insight into the unfolding of their personality, growth, and psychology through the events that occur after death as represented by transits and progressions. That person often comes back into the consciousness of the public for a reassessment of their talents and contributions, as well as learning more about who they were and why they influenced the world in such a profound way.
As most of my friends and colleagues know, I have an obsession with Joan Crawford!! I love studying her chart. She is a larger than life star, actress and film legend of the 20th century and never did anything in a small way. While alive, she led an extraordinarily active and complex life, so it’ s no wonder that in death she remains a