Pluto transiting Capricorn – The lessons for our times!

The role of astrology is not to instruct, or even advise, but to describe what fundamentally underlies our circumstances, and to point to the consequences of what we decide to do going forward. Yet good astrologers have learnt one lesson that can help decisions for the future. We know that selfish manipulation of others may work for a while, but never succeeds in the end. It just makes matters worse. So, any imminent world crisis will not be resolved by narrow economic solutions, propped up by laws and assumptions, based on greed and hatred of anyone in the way.

THE FIBONACCI ZODIAC – Celestia Mathematica Series

Without an awareness of the basic fingerprint of the cosmos, one will never have a true understanding of an interface between the pyscho-spiritual and the bio-material realms. With the awareness of this numerical cosmic fingerprint, one is inevitably lead to the realization that both the spiritual and material domains are indeed one and the same, operating at different vibrational orders, always seeking to achieve harmonic resonance.

cryptocurrency

Exploring the Astrology of Cryptocurrency with Noah Lampert

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In this show, I have a titillating conversation with my friend Noah Lampert about Cryptocurrency.  No matter what you have heard or what you currently think about this game-changing technology, I ask you to keep an open mind when listening.  It could change everything for you. It could be it: The freedom you have always been searching for…

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Charles Eisenstein

Exploring Astrology with Charles Eisenstein

In this show, I am joined by revolutionary thinker Charles Eisenstein.  We contemplate Neptune in Pisces under the Virgo Full Moon, take a look at long stretches of time through the quaking dynamic between Pluto and Uranus, and much more.  Charles is not an Astrologer but was kind enough to come on the show with an open mind to see what happened.  Well, I think what happened was kind of interesting…oOo Enjoy

his site:

www.CharlesEisenstein.net

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Sag season

The Torch and the Scatterling “Sag season”

“When we grope back far enough, we hear the clinking bells and animal croon of a vast migratory journey–way back, through the blue smoke. Press your ear to the mud and you will hear them.”

Martin Shaw. Scatterlings

Connected in a way like never before: the plane, the train, the automobile await to bring us wherever we are called to go.  We have replaced the horse with horsepower. It’s in this newly harnessed power where we have discovered so much, yet lost as much in equal proportion.  There are swaths of us who identify with being an adventurer, a traveler, a gypsy, a seeker, a nomad.  What is lost though? What is gained? Take the word nomad. It comes from the Greek nomas-“the search for pasture.” But is it pasture we are searching for, or something much more elusive?

This pilgrim breeze relates to Sagittarius.  A mutable kind of fire, one you can dip a torch into and walk with into the unknown. There is something essential to this search.  The wanderlust brings us to far off lands where we are touched by cultures richer than our own.  It contorts our beliefs when we encounter people with tradition, with a connection to the land and to spirit.  It helps us remember.  Yet, in my experience and careful observations, there is an immense shadow to this process as well in the 21st Century; It’s what Shaw calls the scatterling.

With the Sun now in Sag–along with Saturn and Mercury–we can expect more light to be shown on the pros and cons of this scat.  Ecological footprints aside, bringing the heart of the matter to the fore, I see superficiality as the clearest face in the shadow.  In the West, I feel it’s safe to argue that most of us are amnesiacs to our own heritage and roots, yet become experts at quoting the Buddha, strengthened by Shiva’s rudraksha’s, empowered by the vine of the soul, rarely contemplating the ground we walk on, and how we got here in the first place.  We are all guilty of this.  Even with Astrology, we see the disconnect between sky and ground and chart.  So here’s my offering I lay down for us today:

To not search for wisdom, but to find wisdom in the search.

As in: Always questioning the impulse to go.  Doing our best to understand the impetus for travel.  To realize all the wisdom that can ever be found is already within you.  And most importantly, to get claimed by the land you live on.  If you can’t hear it, flee the city, putting your “ear to the mud” once again, remembering.  There is no right way to do this.  All our paths look like a two-year-olds finger painting, but they all lead to the exact same place. It’s a process of falling madly in love with the moment and the richness of tradition that we are all wild expressions of.

This is Sag season.

…if only we traveled the inner worlds as much as the outer ones…

Long days & pleasant nights my friends,

Love,

Adam

Exploring Astrology

The Chiron Podcast pt. 1 “Timeless Teachings”

.: a Podcast :. In this Podcast, I explore Chiron from all the angles I feel necessary. It’s his 40th birthday soon, which means we have nearly a decade to go in discovering the entire spectrum of his expression.  I talk a bit about this in the show, and much more.  This is also the […]

Herschel, Uranus and Mary Shelley’s Vision of Horror

“We are about to unfold  the story of Frankenstein, a man f science who sought to create a man after his own image without reckoning upon God. It is one of the strangest tales ever told. It deals with the two great mysteries of creation—life and death. I think it will thrill you. It may shock you. It might even—horrify you. So if any of you feel that you do not care to subject your nerves to such a strain, now’s your chance to—uh, well, we warned you. . .”
With these words, Frankenstein, the movie was unleashed onto film audiences some 75 years ago, only a short time after the discovery of Pluto.