This week in Wheeling WV – 8/13-8/19


Our header picture is of Bill and Diana Roche, the latter whom passed the previous week.  Next week we hit the Empire State. This may have been a rough week for many, with the after effects of the Blood Eclipse, highlighting many a fatality.  Even deaths that were expected from old age or illness, are always a shock to the system — we tend to … Continue reading This week in Wheeling WV – 8/13-8/19

This week: July 9 – 16th Helena Montana


The Helena chart is deceptive.  Things look peaceful but Transpluto next to Jupiter in the second are showing the strains of debt and the high cost of going away.  The big holiday plans are have been scaled back, and instead talk is taking the turn of “quiet moments” in the park like the current Japanese rage of forest bathing  or shinrin-yoku (森林浴). There are a lot … Continue reading This week: July 9 – 16th Helena Montana

The Longest Eclipse of 2018


The longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century will occur in just a few weeks, on the evening of July 27. The bad news? Not visible from North America but it is completely visible in Eastern Africa and Central Asia from 3:30 p.m. to 5:13 p.m. EDT, while viewers in Western Africa, Eastern Asia, South America, Europe, and Australia will catch a partial glimpse, according … Continue reading The Longest Eclipse of 2018

This week in Raleigh, NC 2-11-2018


    Sunday February 11, 2018 Sun sextile Eris 10:38AM EST, Sun conjunct asteroid Hygeia 12:13PM EST, Mercury parallel Jupiter 2:10PM EST, Venus parallel Apollon 6:44PM EST, Mars quincunx Kronos 8:47PM EST Abraham Lincoln’s birthday Monday February 12, 2018 opposes Transpluto 4:33AM EST, Mercury trine Zeus 6:03AM EST, and conjunct Astraea 11:22AM EST and parallel asteroid Vesta 12:53PM EST, Mercury parallel South Node 11:40PM EST … Continue reading This week in Raleigh, NC 2-11-2018

Lunar Eclipse January 31 2017 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana


 The eclipse that occurs on January 31 2018 at 8:07 AM in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is from the Saros series 124. There are 147 eclipses in this series taking place from March 6 1049 to October 31 2468.  The most recent eclipses in this series are listed below in month, and not year order. You can download the chart for the 807am baton rouge eclipse Jan 9 1982 … Continue reading Lunar Eclipse January 31 2017 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Solar eclipse February 2018 – Chinese New Year


This eclipse on February 15th, ends the six month run of the Big American Eclipse on August 21st.   It is a rimless bowl, as it is too wide for a bundle — that span should not exceed 130º  from Uranus at 26 Aries to Scorpio 23.  It is rimless because there is no opposition at the edges.   This rimless bowl works like a bucket (but … Continue reading Solar eclipse February 2018 – Chinese New Year

Theodor Landscheidt, the Eclipse and Harvey


BACKGROUND While Veep Albert Gore is ballyhooing Global Warming, meteorologist cum astrologer Theodor Landscheidt, believed that after 2000 the world would be cooling based on his research.  Fellow astrologer Michael Erlewine was so convinced of Herr Lanscheidt’s argument that he dedicated his book on “Sun Storms, Solar Flares” to him.   One of the many physicists that agree with Landscheidt is the 1973 Nobel Prize co-winner … Continue reading Theodor Landscheidt, the Eclipse and Harvey

What an Eclipse! Charlottesville, the Civil War & Hurricane Harvey


The symbolism for the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse is amazing, powerful , extraordinary, epic or whatever superlative you care to use, as each can apply.   I have used ‘is’ because although the actual eclipse is over, its psychological impact and physical effects are felt for a while — well until the next eclipse at the Chinese New Year in 2018.   I want to share how I … Continue reading What an Eclipse! Charlottesville, the Civil War & Hurricane Harvey