In Part I of this series we saw how the changing date for when Easter occurs is determined by the most astrological of ways. But as we now shall see, Astrology plays a much bigger role with this holiday beyond just its yearly changing date.Read more "The Astrology of Easter – Part II"
Did you ever wonder why Christmas falls on the same day of the year but Easter doesn’t?
Why does Easter have bunnies delivering eggs? Bunnies don’t lay eggs….do they?
What’s with all the pastels?
Ah, the mysteries associated with that m
Why is lamb eaten at Easter and not rabbit?
Ah, the mysteries associated with that most unique of holidays better known as Easter.Read more "The Astrology of Easter – Part I"
The holiday known as St. Patrick’s Day is much more than just rowdy leprechauns and even rowdier parades – March 17th celebrates the life of an actual man whose exemplary deeds and actions elevated him to sainthood. Hibernophile. Celtophile. Gallophile. The terms above refer to those who admire any and all things related to the Emerald Isle along […]Read more "The Truth Behind St. Patrick’s Day"
There are those rare times throughout history when mere mortals achieve the impossible and end up victorious for reasons that could only be described as “otherworldly”. Human capability is limited at best. We are not immortal. We do not possess eternal youth. We cannot fly at will. We do not have the ability to transfigure […]Read more "The Tale of Cupid & Psyche – Part XI: The Ferryman Cometh"
The dichotomy of differences between the personal lives of Abraham Lincoln and his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, made them not only appear truly odd together as a couple, it must additionally be stated neither was the other’s first choice for a romantic partner.
Much like their opposing backgrounds, History has placed nearly every one of President Lincoln’s deeds through a predominantly positive lens, while dualistically the vast majority of his wife’s actions have been put through a filter that’s as unattractive as it is thoroughly negative.
Astrologically, the Lincolns’ historical personae reflect the inherently best and worst aspects of the signs each was born under.Read more "Abraham & Mary Todd Lincoln: Constancy in the face of Dualistic Decimation"
Prophets emerge during the severest of times, when the atmosphere is brimming with tension as if the earth itself demands that both Justice and Change make their presences known. Prophets are visionaries that are shown glimpses of the future so they may serve as beacons of hope and fortitude for their people. Prophets walk upon the world’s stage at the advent and duration of trying times but seldom do they live past the period of hardship in which they struggle.
The Prophet of the 1960′s was a man who fit all of the above criteria, who at the cycular end of the last joining of Uranus and Pluto in the sign of Virgo was taken from this world at the age of 39 on April 4th, 1968 – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
On the day before Dr. King was killed on April 3rd, this most charismatic of preachers gave a sermon to an overfilled assembly of people at the Mason Temple in Memphis Tennessee. The words of this last sermon are what many believe to be those uttered by a prophet. Dr. King’s natal chart supports this theory.Read more "Martin Luther King – An Astrological Analysis of a Modern Prophet"
Over the course of this series, we have observed how the themes of generosity and goodwill displayed by a man living in 3rd century Asia Minor have progressed through the centuries via the oral traditions of story telling and legend. The generous acts made by this one individual would eventually in turn be elevated to reflect the deeds of a venerated Saint.
Astoundingly, the final factor which transforms a Turkish bishop named Nicholas from a saint to the timeless icon of holiday cheer known today as Santa Claus is the archetype-like astrological symbolism associated with his good deeds and generous nature.Read more "Santa Claus, Saints, & Sagittarius – Part IV"