Tag: astrology

Astrology Q&A: what are aspects?

Q: What do aspects mean in astrology? A: Aspects represent the general tone of the relationship between two different planets, or forces. If you look at the chart to the left, you see that many of the planets are linked…

Astrology Q&A: astrology and religion

Q: Is it possible that astrology can be amalgamated with religion? A: People of faith can use astrology just as effectively as anybody. Agnostics can use astrology. Even atheists, if they are willing to suspend disbelief enough to test it for…

Astrology Q&A: why the Sun sign?

Q: Why is the Sun sign so important, when there are so many other planets in the chart? Why have horoscopes gotten so popular when it talks about only the Sun’s sign? A: The Sun is the light that lights our…

Astrology Q&A: planetary rulerships?

Q: What does it mean when a planet is the “ruler” of a sign? A: The term ‘planetary rulerships’ is a bit misleading, because nothing is being ‘ruled’ in the sense of dominance or control. Rather, each planet belongs and is…

Astrology Q&A: death chart

This is the first in a series of posts answering peoples astrological questions. This one is for my Mom, for my stepfather Leon, who died in April. Q: Can you do a chart for my loved one’s death? A: Yes!…

march horoscope

Down-to-Earth Astrology by Bee Wolf Ray Humans are complex and cannot be reduced to twelve separate categories. For best results, read this column holistically, as if every sign pertained to some aspect of yourself (as it does). March Horoscope: The…

February Horoscope

Humans are very complicated and cannot be reduced to twelve separate categories. For best results, read this column holistically, as if every sign pertained to some aspect of yourself (as it does).  February Horoscope: Our collective mood is tentative, testing;…

Misty love dreams: Venus in Pisces

Venus in Pisces: yesterday, Venus moved from the clarity of Aquarius into the fuzziness of Pisces. Our collective longing for love has melted our defenses, and we find ourselves longing for something that has never existed but which we remember…