Venus emerges as the morning star 29th March. Depending on where you live, your latitude on this planet and if you happen to be up before Sunrise gazing to the east on a clear morning over these few days you would see the helical rise of Venus, Venus rising as the morning star. This rise can happen anywhere between Venus being 8-13 degrees away from the Sun whilst still in her retrograde phase after the interior conjunction.

Venus and her cycle is by far the most interesting and rhythmic of all planetary cycles, besides that of the lunation cycle which is much quicker and transient, the Venus cycle is made up of 8 year, 4 year, 9.5month and 19 month cycles, which we can use to plan, incubate, create, remember and work with.
The timing of the Venus cycle. 9.5 months (plus a few days)– A conjunction with the Sun occurs every 9.5 months alternating from inferior to exterior conjunction
19 months – 1.6 years = 584 days= One synodic cycle of Venus

In this video Christina Caudill Agent 128 and Adam Somer Agent 108 riff on the significance of the September 22/23rd Equinox and the powerful galactic alignments at play. They discuss Mars at the Galactic Centre, the Sun conjunct Jupiter, navigating significant life transits, the nature of astrology and finding the vision for this next quarter.

No doubt many of us are feeling the uncertainty and extremity of the culminating mutable cross. The mutable cross is the alignment of three major planets that have been in this formation in and out of intensity since the end of last year, when Jupiter and Saturn first made a square, then Jupiter opposed Neptune and then Saturn squared Neptune, the faster moving planet always applying to create the aspect. Yet this week Venus and the Sun join this mutable line up to form…

The world was shocked and saddened to hear of legendary musician David Bowie passing away January 10, two days after his 69th birthday. Millions of fans would agree that David Bowie was one of the greatest, most audacious, multi-talented rock stars ever. He was Ziggy Stardust, the Thin White Duke, the Rebel Rebel, Aladdin Sane(A Lad Insane), A Starman and Spaceman an androgynous, chameleon, actor, producer, artist, joker, husband, father and much more. With a high profile career that lasted 5 decades and with a following that touched many generations.

As the great wheel turns day after day, month after month, year after year we tune into the rhythm of the constantly moving planets, the signs and symbols reflected in our heavens. It was at the end of 2006 that a few conscious Agents of change began writing about this turning mandala, with the idea of emphasising important turning points in the year that would work towards setting our collective intentions with the emerging astrological signifiers.

No doubt many of us are feeling the uncertainty and extremity of the culminating mutable cross. The mutable cross is the alignment of three major planets that have been in this formation in and out of intensity since the end of last year, when Jupiter and Saturn first made a square, then Jupiter opposed Neptune and then Saturn squared Neptune, the faster moving planet always applying to create the aspect. Yet this week Venus and the Sun join this mutable line up to form…

Journey to the heart of Australia, the red centre, for a four night star camp, April 2017. The night skies of Mbarntwe* are awe-inspiring, you will see the magnificence of the Milky Way as you have never seen it before.
We have chosen the date to allow for moonless nights. There is nothing in the world quite like sleeping in a swag, with the night sky as your heavenly blanket.

Here we are ready to bounce off into another astrological year when the Sun enters the first sign of the zodiac, Aries at the March Equinox, Spring in the North, Autumn in the South. Tropical astrologers use this alignment of the Sun crossing the equator to keep our zodiac aligned with the seasons, from which the zodiac originally developed, something we continually need to explain to the uninitiated that try to debase our craft, that our zodiac is no longer aligned with the stars, the constellations from which the zodiac signs developed much of their meaning from