Category Archives: Pluto in Capricorn

Paul Craig Roberts, on the ease with which Boston was locked down

Paul Craig Roberts, in response to readers who wanted to know his “take” on the Boston Bombing: What strikes me about the event is the ease with which authorities were able to lockdown entire metropolitan areas, preventing US citizens from … Continue reading

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Inaugural New Moon: January 11, 2013

The title for this post comes from a short note my dear old friend and fellow astrologer, Lyn Dalebout, put up on her website. I find her website so beautiful that I think you should go there to get the … Continue reading

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Looking towards 2013: Let us begin the healing of this nation — and our Earth — in our homes, our families, our communities of care.

Update, 1.1.13: Wow, and check out Laura Bruno comment below. She’s already doing what I’m just imagining. Update, evening, same day: I just realized that 2013 is a numerological “six,” the number of service, nurturance and protection of home, family, … Continue reading

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More reverberations from the latest Sandy . . . Sandy Hook Elementary School Shootings

So what are we to make about the name “Sandy” in common with both terrifically destructive events? An “odd coincidence” . . . Speaking of which: I’m of two minds regarding the Connecticut Massacre. On the one hand, I want … Continue reading

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On the Astrology of This Year’s Epochal “12 Days of Christmas”: 12.12.12 – 12.23.12

Note: this is an astrological post, but you don’t have to know astrology to grok it. Just flow along with the words, no matter how “foreign,” and I promise, you’ll get what you need! Before I present my own astrological … Continue reading

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November 26-28: Mercury SD, Mars/Pluto, Venus/Saturn, Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse, Moon/Jupiter

Whew! Here we go! I repost Eric Francis, his astrological “take” on this powerful three day window of opportunity, which focuses on the intense “Finger of God” yod formation (sextile, plus two inconjuncts) linking the Sun/Moon opposition with three conjunctions: … Continue reading

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Graham Hancock: On the significance of December 21, 2012

To me, Hancock’s conclusion, that the significance of December 21, 2012 is a massive cyclic shift away from the hierarchical, centralized “state” as organizing principle for society, may also prove to be the central “take-away” from the ongoing Uranus/Pluto square … Continue reading

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Our father, Bernard L. Kreilkamp, finally let go of his suffering body

Our dear ol’ doctor dad, 96 years old, finally let go last night at around 7:55 p.m. (See earlier posts, beginning with the anointing ceremony, back in June and July.) After a mighty battle with the finality of his life … Continue reading

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